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The Bose QuietComfort 35 (or short: Angry QC35) is a wireless headphone with Around ear ear cups and noise reduction, or to new German Noice canceling. The headphones can be connected to a smartphone, cell phone, laptop, MacBook or other device via Bluetooth and NFC (Near Field Communication) as well as by means of the supplied cable. In the following summary you will find out whether the Bose QC35 convinces professional testers and whether it is also something for people who wear glasses.
The Bose QC25 is a Noice Canceling Headphoneswhich, in contrast to the new generation, was still wired, will soon no longer be an option for Apple fans. Because if at iPhone 7 If the jack socket is really to be abolished, then as a music lover you have to switch to wireless models like the Bose QC35 To fall back on. These headphones with a considerable weight of 310 grams have some very good advantages for travelers, music freaks, people who wear glasses and all other friends of the well-groomed audio experience.
Here are some basic data so that you can get an idea:
On Amazon, with the help of the question option for those interested, the Inside dimensions of the around-ear pads he asks. The answer could be from quite extensive 5,8 cm x 4,0 cm read. In addition, it was noted by one reviewer that "the wearing comfort [...] thanks to the very soft ear pads too very comfortable for people who wear glasses [is]. "And further:"Even after prolonged use, they do not create an uncomfortable feeling of pressure."
In a review that compares the Bose QC25 with the Sony MDR-1RNC, you can read about the predecessor named above:Although the contact pressure of the Bose is lower, its softer ear cushions simply surround the ears and the temples better without pressing everything too much against the head like the Sony. Even after two hours of wearing it remains comfortable and does not pinch. After over two hours, I almost forgot that I was wearing the headphones."
Among other things, the Computer IMAGE took a closer look at the headphones. For example, the noise canceling was praised: "The noise-canceling electronics use two microphones on each side of the listener to record all ambient noises, calculate precisely opposing vibrations and play them back through the headphones.“The noises from the environment and the countermeasures by the headphone technology then compensate and, so to speak,“ switch off ”the ambient noise. And even though microphones are used to eliminate ambient noise, wind is not a problem; he takes care of no disturbing noises.
According to the Video report at Chip.de you cannot hear monotonous and low frequencies due to the noise canceling of the Bose QC35. On the plane, on the train or on the motorway (as a passenger, of course) you are very well shielded and can indulge in music, audio books or other audio data. High frequencies, beeping noises and voices are not switched off 100 percent, but they are still very well suppressed. The Bose QC35 also highlighted the buttons on the headphones for answering calls and adjusting the volume. And even if the device is not a bargain, there is a purchase recommendation at the end.
In conclusion to the test of the Wired magazine one also only reads good things: "The Bose QuietComfort 35 is especially worth considering for long-term travelers, commuters and people who work in a noisy environment thanks to its noise-canceling technology. Whether you prefer wireless technology or can live with a cord, in the end it makes a price difference of around 50 euros. Investing in the newer QC35 is absolutely worth it."
At Amazon it is Bose wireless headphones with Bluetooth and NFC a bestseller. The good ratings with a current average of 4,3 stars also show that there is still quality behind the name Bose. Among other things, you can read the following in one of the 5-star reviews:
"I have had Bose Noice Canceling headphones for a number of years. Starting with the QC15, then stuck with the QC3, then recently the ingenious QC20 InEar [...] All 3 convinced me, but the cables ... I hate cables. And that's why I reached deeper in my wallet this time and got the new QC35 wireless. [...] The wearing comfort is super comfortable, the noice canceling as always impressive (almost comparable to the QC20, which is of course a little more attenuating as InEar) and the coupling with the iPhone or Mac is the absolute no-brainer. I hope the batteries and the handset itself last as long as my beloved QC3.
Absolute buying tip! "
From what I've seen, these are excellent headphones that, thanks to their noise suppression, are ideal for anyone who wants to listen to music on the go and in noisy vehicles. What many tests or testers do not pay attention to, but what I wanted to emphasize, in addition to the noise suppression, was also the fact that this Bose device is well suited for people who wear glasses. So it seems to me the Bose QC35 is a real all-rounder to be!
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.