|Hardware Interface||3.5mm Audio|
|Special Features||Wireless, Noise-cancellation|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Microphone Form Factor||With_Microphone|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium Ion|
|Cable Feature||Without Cable|
|Memory Card Slot||;;|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||Yes|
|Includes AC Adapter||No|
|Product Dimensions||8.13 x 17.02 x 18.03 cm; 234 Grams|
|Item Weight||234 g|
|Country/Region of origin||China|
|Item Model Number||789564-0030|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||21 September 2018|
Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) Wireless Headphones, Noise Cancelling, with Alexa voice control – Limited Edition Triple Midnight
Recommended Retail Price (RRP)The RRP displayed is the most recent manufacturer’s recommended retail price made available to Amazon AU.
|You Save:||$51.27 (10%)|
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|Noise control||Sound Isolation|
|Headphones jack||3.5mm Jack|
About this item
- Quiet sounds quieter and your music sounds better thanks to world class noise cancellation Now available in limited edition Triple Midnight
- Dimensions and weight without the cable; Headphones; 18 cm H x 17 cm W x 8 1 cm D (0 24 kg); Audio cable; 1 2 m; USB cable; 30 5 cm
- Connect to your devices wirelessly with Bluetooth and NFC pairing, with voice prompts for hassle-free pairing
- Keep in touch, get answers, and manage your day using just your voice with one button access to the virtual assistant of your choice
- Enjoy balanced audio performance at any volume with volume-optimised EQ
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QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II are engineered with world-class noise cancellation. And now they're optimised for Amazon Alexa. Choose which is right for you for help on the go. Press the Action button to enjoy entertainment, get information, and manage your day, without looking at your phone. If you don't use Alexa, you can still use the Action button to adjust your level of noise cancellation. The multi-function button offers access to your phone's default virtual assistant, like Siri. Bluetooth and NFC pairing free you from wires, while voice prompts make connecting easy. Volume-optimised EQ gives you balanced audio performance at any volume, and a noise-rejecting dual-microphone system provides clearer calls, even in noisy environments. The headphones feature up to 20 hours of wireless listening per charge and are designed with premium materials that make them lightweight and comfortable. Unlock more features and future updates with the Bose Connect app. With the included cable, you can keep listening even if you forget to charge. Now in limited-edition Triple Midnight.
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As someone who would get a lot of ear and head fatigue to the point of extreme discomfort, this was my number one priority. These headphones are by far the most comfortable pair I have ever tried - I can wear them all day without any signs of discomfort, in fact they make great ear muffs in winter! The build quality is also excellent. They feel very premium and sturdy unlike others at this price point like the Sony's which definitely feel more fragile. They are also noticably light weight.
Their noise cancelling is also far superior to any other pair on the market. It's like being sucked into a vaccum - albeit it would be nice if there were as many options as there are on the Sonys.
Finally in terms of audio quality I really have no complaints. They sound brilliant. What's important to keep in mind is the device outputting the sound. These are a force to be reckoned with when connected to my MacBook Pro with an audio enhancer running, while they are far more subdued when running Spotify on my Galaxy S8. There are better sounding alternatives out there at this price point, but unless you're an audiophile the difference is marginal, and again a lot of what you notice will depend on the quality of audio you output.
Also, as a bonus, pairing to two devices is really handy, as for Google assistant, haven't really used it much but it works well if you're into that thing - same goes for phone calls.
I was a bit apprehensive about spending this much on headphones, but if they're within your budget you really won't have any regrets.
The only cons I want to mention is when changing noise cancelling mode, the voice notice is annoying because it speaks for quite some seconds which makes the music disappear for a while, so it is not that smooth when switching modes. I understand you can disable the voice notice but you might not know what level of noice cancellation it is when switching. And the apps for this phone is useless
They aren't. They are really comfortable, the soft foam is supportive yet you don't notice it. They are lighter than I expected also. There are no creaks when moving in the plastics.
They've paired easily with my iPhone, iPad and Dell XPS15 laptop, and switching between them is easy. They only support 2 simultaneous connections at a time, but that's plenty.
The reason I wanted these was to get good noise cancellation in the office. They do a really good job of this. I have noise cancelling earbuds from AudioTechnica, which are also fantastic for noise cancellation, but having the buds in for long periods is no where near as comfortable.
I wish they were more affordable to be honest, but hard to knock them in terms of performance for listening to quiet instrumental tracks in an open office.
Two active connections is a feature I didn't expect I'd use but it is amazing. I have music playing through my phone, and I take phone calls either from my phone or my business chat application.
Battery life is as expected and the device charges very quickly.
I highly recommend these headphones to anyone looking to focus in the busy world around us.
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The Sony’s - Greatly improves over the series 2 version of the headphones. They are a right fitting headphone, very loud and impressive base. You can fiddle with the base, treble and noise cancellation until your hearts content as it’s all adjustable via the app. The best thing about these is the noise cancellation. It is the market leader and has overtaken the Bose in this area. They are comfortable and made to high standards. You can even adjust the noise cancellation at different altitudes such as in the aeroplane and this works well. I actually fell asleep with them on recently which was a first as I hate flying. Wearing them and walking I did feel a bit weird for some reason. I think it was the noise cancelling software, perhaps it’s a little too good?
The Bose’s - They feel lighter, easier to live with, more roomy than the Sony’s and not as tight a fit which I think makes the more comfortable. The noise cancellation is excellent and you can set them to high, low and off levels. The noise cancellation works very well, however not quite as good as the Sony’s, which you can fiddle with until your hearts content with the app. The sound quality is brilliant, you do get more mid level sound with the Bose, though the Sony’s were definitely louder with more richer base. I wish you could adjust the base and treble but you can’t or at least I can’t find out how you do it. You can adjust these setting with the Sony’s in the app.
The winner for me was the Bose. When I began looking for noise cancelling headphones I first began looking for the ‘best cancelling’ on the market but there are many other factors you need to consider when making a buying decision. For me that issue was comfort and ensuring they are ‘fit for the purpose of the wearer.
If like me you could end up wearing headphones for 2-6+hrs per day I would choose the Bose over the Sony’s in a heartbeat. They are lighter, your ears don’t get hot or sweaty when wearing them and they have more room. Yes the noise cancellation is very slightly substandard to the Sony’s when side by side testing (though still pretty amazing) and they aren’t as loud, but they are the best for all day wearers. If I only wanted to use my headphones for an hour or two per day, the Sony’s would win hands down (although I found them a little tight for my big head).
I advise you to try both pairs, but consider the anount of time you’ll wear them for each day as comfort is really important when you have to live with these headphones. Consider the weight you like to have on your head, comfort around your ears such as the fit and tightness. Comfort becomes more important than being able to fiddle with sounds such as base and noise cancellation when you don’t actually like the things in your head. So please buy the most comfortable and then everything else will fall into ace and you’ll love your decision between these two amazing brands.
Last point. If you go into a busy airport and watch the commuters in London you’ll quickly notice most people are wearing one brand in particular. You can guess which it is.
- These are not bass centric
- Noise cancellation does not block all sounds, but blocks most.
Things I did not know:
- Sound distorts at max volume
- There’s a crackling noise every now and then
You can do a google search to see that they are known issues and many users are facing these. The above 2 points were unacceptable in a 30000/- bucks headphone. I got these for 20k during the sale but still unacceptable. It was so shocking to me that I went to a bose store to check a) if they are genuine or not b) to demo a pair to see if the issues exist in the demo as well. They were genuine and the same issues existed in the demo pair as well.
Thank you so much Amazon for the quick delivery and for processing the return. I would have been stuck with these if I would have bought them elsewhere. Anyone who has them and says these issues do not exist is either deaf or too proud to accept that he/she has been duped by bose.
Die Klangqualität würde ich als neutral/weich betiteln. Die Bedienung ist Dank der gut fühlbaren haptischen Knöpfe auf der rechten Seite gut zu bedienen.
Der BOSE ist trotz seiner leichten Bauform sehr robust.
Die BOSE Connect.app sollte man sich auf jeden Fall über sein Handy laden. Denn nur so kann man interne Einstellungen des KH vornehmen. U.a. werden so auch Firmwareupdates aufgespielt.
Leider musste ich feststellen, dass beim Filme gucken die Stimmen nicht synchron mit den Lippenbewegungen erfolgt. Die Latenz ist so groß, dass meistens die Münder bereits geschlossen sind, während über die Ausgabe noch der Text ertönt. Geht gar nicht!!
Aufgefallen ist mir, dass bei Deaktivierung von NoiseGuard die Latenz etwas niedriger ist.