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Bolle&Raven Wireless Bluetooth Adapter for Bose QuietComfort 25 Headphones (QC25) Black
- UNWIRE AND UPGRADE your Bose QC 25 headphones to wireless functionality using this airMod bluetooth adapter
- Apple + Android Compatible: easily access the controls (volume, song skip etc.) and still enjoy the serenity of the headsets noise cancellation feature
- PLAY ON, the internal battery provides up to 8 hours of uninterrupted playback and talk time
- Built-in mic and controls makes switching from phone calls to music a breeze (apple / android compatible)
- What you get: The airMod wireless adapter, Charging cable, User guide and our 18 Month Guarantee supported by our friendly customer care team.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 0.81 x 3.56 x 5.33 cm; 120 Grams
- Date First Available : 4 April 2018
- Manufacturer : Bolle & Raven for Bose QC25 QC 25
- ASIN : B01MTQGY69
- Item Model Number : AQC25-BK
- Best Sellers Rank: 14,679 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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The noise is gone, now lose the cord.
The airMod wireless adapter is custom designed for seamless compatibility with the Bose QC25 model. The airMod adapter instantly
upgrades your existing pair of Bose (QC25) headphones using bluetooth 4.1 for an ultimate, wire-free listening experience.
In The Box:
- airMod wireless adapter
- Charging cord
- User guide
Bolle & Raven audio technologies shares no affiliation with the Bose Corporation. Any reference to the brand and it's trademarks is for reference purpose only.
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Pros: Great design idea.
Upgrade your QC25 to wireless with just a fraction cost of QC35.
Easy to control volumn and answer phones.
Sound quality is good.
Cons: No battery life indicator
There are cuts of music from time to time, I don't know if it is from interference or not.
The charger is the dedicated one, so if you lose the charger you will need to buy a new one from the seller. You cannot use a mini USB charger instead.
Update of the review:
After using it for around a few weeks, I determine that this product has defective function when connecting to my iphone, because there are always cuts while listening to music. It is quite annoying. So I have to give 2 stars for this products.
Using it indoors is perfect, gave a new life for my wired Bose QC25, allowed me to repurpose my old headphones and save a lot of money for not needing to buy a new one wireless. However using it outdoors for example going to buy groceries or walking to the office it has a really annoying interference, like if your music is skipping 1s every 5 seconds. Maybe the bluetooth strength is just too sensible and weak so anything can mess with it. If my phone is on my pocket it will happen every 5 seconds, if its on a pocket in the jacket (closer to the headphone) its around every 10 seconds and if I keep my phone in my hand will hardly occur. Not ideal but will do, maybe its too much to ask for a device so small and cheap(ish).
Most of my time is listening to music and podcasts indoors anyway plus the fact that now my headphone is wireless makes me satisfied with the product.
Very please I purchased my AirMod
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- it has no battery indicator, just a repeated warning tone roughly 5 minutes before it goes dead (you may want to carry your cable for this reason!)
- you will want a spare charging cable and these are not easy to come by Charging Cable for AirMod QC25 Bluetooth Adapter (adapter is not included) (Bolle & Raven needs to sell these outside US!)
- the microphone is more or less unusable for voice calls
- it's Bluetooth so you will lose signal now and again, especially in open areas with competing signals
With that out of the way, I can say that I really love this product. It takes your expensive headphone investment into the Bluetooth age in about as simple and effective a way as you could hope.
- It's so small it's barely noticeable
- It pairs easily and retains the pairing (I'm on iPhone)
- It lasts a good 5 hours and charges from any USB type A socket
- Sound quality (to me) on music or spoken is indistinguishable from cabled
- Volume is boosted over the regular cabled level
- Noise cancelling works as normal
- Remote control capabilities work great - play/pause, volume up/down, call answering
- It will auto shut-down to save battery after a period of no signal
- Turning on or off will give you an appropriate audio tone and a green / red light
Pourtant, le constat est très mitigé. L'idée est excellente, la réalisation l'est un peu moins.
- l'adaptation sur le casque se fait parfaitement et facilement, sans nuire beaucoup à l'esthétique d'ensemble
- la reconnaissance bluetooth est plutôt simple et rapide
- l'autonomie est correcte.
- grosse déception sur la qualité de finition qui trahit l'origine chinoise du produit
- les commandes sont vraiment peu pratiques et difficiles à localiser
- et surtout le son transmis via ce dispositif est quand même nettement moins saisissant et précis qu'en utilisant la liaison filaire. C'est un peu brouillon dans les médiums, avec peut-être une légère tendance à la saturation à fort niveau d'écoute qu'on n'a pas non plus en liaison filaire.
Je trouve que c'est quand même un peu cher payé pour un accessoire qui améliore le confort d'écoute mais diminue quand même sensiblement la qualité d'écoute sur cet engin exceptionnel qu'est le QC25.
I use my headphones on my commute into London; therefore on busy trains and tubes. This is where the airmod fails. The interference is so bad it makes them unusable. Listening to the same music in the office there is no interference.
I have some jabra MOVE headphones which don't suffer the same interference but don't offer noise cancelling.
If I had the choice again I would not buy as the issue I find with the cable is during my commute and not when sat at my desk.
For the £70 you can buy reasonable bluetooth headphones like the jabra's.
Another note the build quality of the airmod whilst snug and it fits really well on the QC25's isn't, in my opinion, worth £70. Its a cheaper build than the headphones. Yes it needs to be light but the seems on the edge are rough. I suspect the company is riding on the tails of the BOSE retail price.
Get them if you use your BOSE headphones outside of busier areas. Avoid otherwise.
As an added bonus, they make the speakers even louder than when listening via cable.
I'd go so far as to say that they are even better than my friends QC35's as these run off a simple AAA battery and his have a BOSE supplied internal battery.
These coupled with a set of QC25s are the clever mans money option in BOSE noise cancelling headphones