Bose Finally Brings its Noise-Cancelling Technology to Wireless Headphones

Last Updated: 25 October, 2016
QuietComfort 35

Bose’s best-in-class noise-cancelling technology was only available in wired headphones until now, and with the QuietComfort 35, the company has finally into the game of wireless headphones with an amazing noise-cancelling tech.

This is the headphone that a lot of people have been waiting for, priced at $350, the QuietComfort 35 will be available starting right now.

As per looks, the QuietComfort 35 looks similar to its previous offering, QuietComfort 25, and you’ll get the very same quality of noise reduction that you get from QC25, according to Bose.

The QuietComfort 35 is a lightweight around-ear headphone that’s around $50 bump than QC25, which has been discontinued recently.

The latest QC35 delivers up to 20 hours of battery life on a single charge, which is quite good and if you plug them in with the included cable, it will go even longer. It includes control buttons on the right earcup or adjusting the volume, controlling playback, answering, and ending calls.

This headphone makes you feel alone by tuning outside noise surrounding you. The headphone offers a balanced sound at higher and lower volumes, thanks to the new digital equalizing system.

Available in black and silver, the headphones blocks outside ambient noise – subway stations, busy city streets, and so on – you can hear callers better and so callers hear you better.

This isn’t the only wireless noise-cancelling headphones from Bose, the entire QuietComfort lineup will be going wireless and they will be launched in the coming months.

Bose Quiet comfort 35

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