Bose QuietComfort 35 II

Bose QuietComfort 35 II

  • Wireless connection: Bluetooth
  • Earpiece design: Over ear
  • Wireless
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3.8 of 5 stars

Based on 99 reviews

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06/02/2020
Good battery. Racing. Easy

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02/02/2020
Tested Sony's WH-1000XM2 and these and can say: + Nice to wear + Buttons instead of touch + Connect two devices + Slightly worse ANC than WH-1000XM2 - I felt that there was too much treble in these and it was hard sometimes to listen to certain songs as it felt too sharp with cymbals eg in the music. Some managed to get rid of Android EQ but it was there anyway. - In conversation, it sounded like talking in a jar - Small bass - Bad app compared to Sony's app

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04/06/2019
Edited 16/01/2020
Sounds good and noise canceling works great, but bluethink works extremely poorly .. The range seems to be about a meter, have tried all the "solutions" available on the web (I'm far from the only person with hacking sounds on these nuggets) but nothing fixes the problem but I have the phone in the left pocket pocket so the sound chops several times per minute, but in the right pocket no problems ?? Also chops about 3m from the TV. Know that there are many who have no problems at all but for such money you should not have a chance if you get a working or a Monday copy. It was so bad that it got to return the handsets, bought the Sony WH1000XM3 instead and they work ...

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06/01/2020
Weak point: Too good, the audio quality is great, the battery lasts 20 to 30 hours with the noise reduction to the maximum and music at the same time, and the noise reduction works very well, the comfort is great, I spent 6 hours in a row with it on my head and I never felt its weight Conclusion: Weak point, too strong

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23/02/2019
Edited 28/12/2019
Very good. The only minus is that they run miniUSB and not USB-C. Edit: after moving to an open office landscape, I notice how damn bad the microphone is. It records ALL sound from the outside.

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