Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones, Noise Cancelling - Black
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- World-class noise cancellation makes quiet sound quieter and music sound better
- Volume-optimized EQ for balanced audio performance at any volume
- Wireless convenience, with easy Bluetooth and NFC pairing aided by voice prompts
- 20-hour battery life per charge; up to 40 hours in wired mode
- Noise-rejecting dual-microphone system for clear calls even in windy environments
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QUIETCOMFORT 35 WIRELESS HEADPHONES
The best from Bose just got wireless.
Bose put years of research into QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones so you could get more out of them. They're engineered with world-class noise cancellation that makes quiet sound quieter and music sound better. Experience world class performance and superior comfort without any wires in your way.
ACOUSTIC NOISE CANCELLING
More than 40 years of noise-cancelling obsession makes quiet sound quieter and music sound better.
BLUETOOTH AND NFC PAIRING
Engineered with Bluethooth and NFC technology, so you can enjoy superior performance without the wires.
RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM-ION BATTERY
Get up to 20 hours per charge, so you can listen longer.
Noise-rejecting dual microphone so you can hear every word of every call.
More control with the connected app.
Get the most out of your headphones with a free app that makes connecting and switching between devices easier than ever. It also provides product tips and lets you personalize your settings. See how a simple, intuitive app makes all the difference.
Free yourself from wires and noise.
In the box
Quiet Comfort 35 wireless headphones are engineered with world-class noise cancellation that makes quiet sound quieter and music sound better. Free yourself from wires and connect easily to your devices with Bluetooth and NFC pairing. Volume-optimized EQ gives you balanced audio performance at any volume, while a noise-rejecting dual microphone provides clear calls, even in windy or noisy environments. Voice prompts and intuitive controls make communicating and controlling your music hassle-free. A lithium-ion battery gives you up to 20 hours of wireless play time per charge. And if you anticipate a situation where charging may not be possible, just plug in the included audio cable. Wired mode gives you up to 40 hours of play time per charge. Premium materials make these headphones lightweight and comfortable for all-day listening. Use the Bose Connect app for a more personalized experience. Included: Quiet Comfort 35 wireless headphones; USB charging cable; backup audio cable; airline adapter; carry case.
Top Customer Reviews
Design: The QC35 have practically the same design as the QC25, but with wireless controls built-in to the back of the right earcup. They feel tough and premium. The QC35 utilize Bose’s special plastic that is glass-filled resin, Alcantara on the headband, memory foam in the earcup padding, slanted drivers inside for better comfort and soundstage, metal caps on the earcups, and solid clicky buttons. The mechanism for size adjustment is solid, and the QC35s can fit a wide variety of head sizes. The ear cups rotate 90 degrees, but the earcups face outward instead of inward when worn around the neck. The folding mechanism allows the QC35 to fit in the included carrying case (which is equally high quality in its build). Throughout the past two weeks of my testing, I have accidentally dropped the QC35 one or two times from around 4 feet, and they have suffered no damage whatsoever. Solid.
Comfort: In general, the QC35 headphones are very comfortable. Out of all my friends who tried it, the only one who complained about comfort has a relatively small head. This was my first time extensively using over-ear headphones, but I have no problem wearing them for several hours in a row. My only two minor “complaints” are that they are a tad heavy (due to all the quality electronics inside that I will discuss later), and they need a little stretching before they get more comfortable.Read more ›
I always start with Thievery Corporation - A warning (Dub) from Sounds from the Thievery Hi-Fi album. This is about the deepest bass of any track I own. The QC35 handled it easily. Very deep and without driver rattle and still able to reproduce the midrange and treble. The rhythms in this song like to oscillate back and forth and that staccato effect is reproduced very well.
Next up was Steely Dan - Everything Must go. I started with Green Book as it has a very prominent piano (always the most difficult instrument to reproduce) and a "Lead Drum" pushing the song forward. This song also has a wide soundstage and, again, wow. I moved on to the Title track 'Everything Must Go." The song open with a cacophony of instruments all improvising with a rolling drum adding backbeat. On the QC25, every instrument can be picked out. The sax is wonderful and seductive.
Moving on, I played The Toadies "Possum Kingdom" to see if the grungy rhythm guitar could be reproduced. Sorry, but I got lost in this song and forgot I was reviewing. That is always the mark of a great headphone to me.
When I regained my senses, I played Sublime "Garden Grove" to see if the impact from the steel drum would show up. It did, easily.Read more ›
After using it to watch 2 horror movies with tons of bass, YouTube videos, and music; I'm confident to say I really like this better than my SoundLink 2. I expected the sound to be the same, but the bass on the QC35 is "tighter" - as if I had my 300W Boston Acoustic subwoofer running on low-volume. The SoundLink's bass is pretty weak and flat. The high's and mid's are just as crisp; and I have absolutely no pairing issues like my SoundLink 2 (I actually gave the SoundLink 2 a not-so-favorable review because of the pairing issues). I was also surprised by the construction because it's not all plastic like the SoundLink 2 - surprised because I was expecting the $70 premium over the SoundLink 2 only adds ANC inside. The QC35 has metal (such as the ear-cup plate where the "Bose" logo sits on). The QC35 is only $70 more than the SoundLink 2, but you get much more than ANC - better materials, almost 2x battery life over SoundLink2, wider head band, better case, and ANC.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product from Bose as usually. Good battery life, crystal clear soundPublished 5 hours ago by R X
These phones had everything I wanted wireless and wired high quality sound, all day comfort, solid microphone for conference calls, and durability. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Amazon Customer
After two weeks, I'm still quite enamored of this purchase. The noise cancelation is unparalleled in my experience. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by bicycledad
This product is fantastic and totally all they are cracked up to be I am very happy with them.Published 10 hours ago by Michael Kalamaras
I purchased for my husband for Christmas 2016 and he said they were INCREDIBLE! He let me use the BOSE this month on my flight to Miami and I totally agree with him!Published 11 hours ago by Jennifer Jflo
As advertised. Very pleased at the music quality, something that I was prepared to compromise on.Published 12 hours ago by Eaglesrester
I was excited to splurge on a set of comfortable headphones for travel and was very satisfied... Until I tried walking with them. Read morePublished 15 hours ago by Capybara