Bose QC35: The Best Noise-Cancelling Headphones Have Gone Wireless
Ask anyone who’s used various noise-cancelling headphones about which pair is their favorite, and the Bose QuietComfort series will invariably be mentioned. For years, the QC have been considered some of the best noise-cancelling headphones available. Since their inception in 2000, they’ve gone through a few different iterations, each upgrading some aspect of the headphones’ performance. This week, Bose stepped up their game even further, revealing a QuietComfort with the one feature that users had still been waiting for: no wires. The Bose QC35 are the first wireless noise-cancelling headphones from the company, and they do not disappoint.
Owners of the QuietComfort series usually rave about, as the name implies, how supremely comfortable the headphones are. That tradition continues with the Bose QC35, with the added benefit of no wires tethering you to your computer or audio source. And of course they feature the same beloved sound quality that’s made Bose a favorite for decades.
We’ve had a few days to play with them and came away quite impressed. Check out what we thought of them:
While video and written reviews are helpful, these are one of those products that need to be heard to be believed. If you’re local to our Glenview store, we’d love to have you stop by and give them a test run. We’ve got two pair on showroom floor waiting to amaze you.