Selling these preloved Bose QuietComfort 35 noise canceling headphones as I don’t use them as much as I assumed. They operate completely well and they were used only a few times. Comes with initial packaging, box and wire charging. What really impresses is the way the renowned audio brand managed to cut the cables with very few compromises with the QuietComfort 35 headphones.
Battery life has improved to the extent that you don’t have to constantly worry about your headphones running halfway through a plane out of juice, while NFC technology makes pairing as simple as taping twice. If you need more characteristics–like an integrated voice assistant–you can jump up to the Bose QuietComfort 35 II we’ve already listed, providing all you see here plus some fresh bells and whistles. But the initial QuietComfort 35 continues one of the finest noise-canceling headphones on the market if you like your intelligent assistants restricted to your phone and intelligent speaker. The easy design of their oval earcups may not be the most exciting on the market, but I personally prefer them to some of Bose’s rivals’ more’ fashionable’ attempts. The DJ headphones are accessible in black or silver, and there is a Bose logo on each earcup that, although slightly raised, does not attract too much attention.
The headband that connects the two earcups is well fitted, and the general comfort of the manner the headphones sit on your head. Partly because their weight is beautifully spread, but partially because of the cushioning quality on the cups as well. I’ve been wearing these headphones personally for hours at a moment and discovered them all convenient. On the left earcup is a single 2.5 mm jack for linking the wired link to your computer, but in order to get the most out of the QuietComfort 35s your attention should be concentrated instead on the correct earcup where you will find a energy slider, micro USB charging port and buttons to pause, skipp, raise and lower the volume.
The headphones switch between various links is very nice. I had my couple of QC35s linked to both my laptop and my phone, and there was no problem with the headphones changing between the two as I performed music from both systems alternatively. It’s very nice battery life on the QC35s. Bose promises that wireless operation of the headphones will last 20 hours, which increases to 40 hours when used as a couple of wired headphones. I didn’t know precisely how long it took the battery to run down, but the headphones took me on and off for several days before I needed to recharge.
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|Model: QuietComfort 35|
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