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Bose QuietComfort 35 II

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Bose QuietComfort 35 II
Connection and design
Designoverhead, closed
full size Over-Ear
swiveling earcups
Connection typecombined
Connectionmini-Jack (3.5 mm)
Bluetooth v 4.1
Cable supplysingle-sided
Cable length1.2 m
Range10 m
Cable typeround
Detachable cable
Frequency range20 – 20000 Hz
Emitter typedynamic
Microphone specs
Microphonebuilt into the body
Microphone noise cancelingENC
Volume control
Noise cancellationANC
Transparent mode
Codec supportAAC
Voice assistantGoogle Assistant
Power supply
Power sourcebattery
Operating time (music)20 h
Operating time (no noise canceling)40 h
Charging portmicroUSB
Weight310 g
In boxsheath
additional cable
Added to E-Catalognovember 2018




Button to call the Google Assistant. Active noise cancellation. NFC and multipoint.
The cable is connected to the headphones using a micro-Jack connector (2.5 mm).

Full-size on-ear wireless headphones with a high-quality active noise cancellation (ANC) system and excellent battery life from one of the leaders in the mobile acoustics market — the American company Bose. They are positioned as a device of the upper price category, capable of satisfying the needs of demanding users. Provide high-quality reproduction of any musical genres and high detailing of a sound.

Comfortably sit on the head of any size, able to successfully adapt to the anatomical features of a person. To connect to a signal source, which can be a smartphone, tablet, player or laptop, an energy-efficient version of the bluetooth wireless interface is used. Fast NFC pairing is supported. There is a high-tech active system for suppressing loud monotonous noises, which shows itself most effectively when working in transport.

The Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Headphones are equipped with a built-in lithium-ion battery that can provide up to 20 hours of continuous use. Moreover, fast charging is supported and only a 15-minute connection to a power source provides up to 2.5 hours of additional sound. They can also work with a wired connection with a complete cable. Folds up conveniently for transport.

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Video reviews

Active noise cancellation that works

Active noise canceling headphones are great in every way. The problem is that making a truly working noise reduction system is not so easy. Often, with noise reduction, part of the music is killed, then the noise, on the contrary, is amplified or parasitic overtones come out. Luckily, Bose got the dog on this case, so if you're looking for one, be sure to check out the popular QuietComfort 35 II. They have an excellent audiophile sound, chic ergonomics and a fairly simple but extremely effective noise reduction system from a pair of conventional microphones and an antiphase creation algorithm. In these you will not even hear the noise of a subway car or a concert of street musicians.

Stylish and restrained

Like many Bose models, the QuietComfort 35 II looks stylish but understated. Pleasant to the touch, but slightly easily soiled plastic, soft leather ear cushions and a headband covered with suede — nothing screams about the $400 price tag. It is much more important that the landing here is 5 plus, moderately strong, moderately soft, with the correct distribution of pressure on the ears and head. These are one of the few closed-back headphones that can be worn on the head all day with short breaks.

audiophile sound

In terms of sound, this is a solid five, you don’t expect anything else from Bose headphones for $400. Engineers have tuned the Bose QuietComfort 35 II speakers to sound velvety, with good detail, and with pronounced mids and highs. The bass is confident and collected, the sound stage is wide and spacious. This sound is easy to listen to for hours without fatigue.

I was pleased that the headphones digest all genres in the same way — they do not have dominant character traits that would be transmitted to each song. And, probably, this is good, because everyone has their own preferences in terms of sound. Of the codecs, Apple's AAC is supported, but when using an Android smartphone without Hi-res audio, we did not notice any drop in quality.

Wire is short

Against the backdrop of all the compliments to the headphones, in fact, the only complaint we have is the length of the replaceable audio cable. It is unforgivably short, as if someone was trying to twist a rope from the remaining pieces and escape from the Bose factory. It would be possible to buy a new one more authentic, but the problem is that, on the one hand, there is not a 3.5, but a 2.5 format output. And finding such a cable will not be easy. But from the additional goodies there is NFC for quick connection with a smartphone, support for voice assistants from Amazon and Google, as well as a multipoint function for simultaneously connecting to several sound sources.