Bose Introduces Wireless Headphones

The headphones that revolutionised the ‘noise-making’ industry have done it again, but this time they’re wireless. Forget about untangling those headphone wires, Bose has announced the QuietComfort 35 around-ear headphones and the QuietComfort 30 in-ear headphones. The headphones have shattered limitations of existing wireless noise cancelling headphones, allowing for an entirely new experience for travelling, commuting, creating, studying, or relaxing.

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Living in an increasingly noisy world, the QC35 offers the best noise cancellation available in the industry. The QC35 and QC30 lets you tune out completely, giving the ability to adjust how much surrounding sound you block or let in. Your favourite songs will sound better than you’ve ever heard them before. Bose describes the experience as “magical to the ear”.

With microphones inside and outside the earcups, the QC35 senses, measures and reduces unwanted sounds, within a matter of seconds. In an instant, the rumble of the train, peak hour traffic or droning plane engine noise has completely disappeared.

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The QC35 has up to 20 hours of battery life, from a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, lasting longer than most flights you will see yourself on. By customizing the size and shape of the battery, Bose optimizes the space available in the earcup, without compromising fit or comfort. There is also the quick charge feature, in which 15 minutes of charge will provide 2 hours of battery life.

In terms of making calls, the QC35 and QC30 use microphones for noise cancellation and controllable noise cancellation, and a dual-microphone system to reject the background sounds that interferes with your phone call. Conversations are clearer, voices sound natural, and every word can be heard on both ends.

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The QuietComfort 35 headphones are available in both black and silver, made of premium materials, making them lightweight and comfortable for all-day listening. Bose substitute plastic for glass filled nylon, providing a lightweight feel but a high level of durability.

Bose has introduced the QC35 and QC30, proving to be the best headphones the company has ever produced. In making them wireless, Bose aimed to combine Bluetooth and Noise Cancelling technology, with no compromise to the audio performance. When it comes to build quality, comfort and sound clarity, the QuietComfort 35 has got a lot right. If you’ve been eager to cut the cable and the noise, the QuietComfort 35 are the wireless Bose headphones you have been waiting for.

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Chris Stenta

Chris Stenta

Contributor at THE F
Chris loves fashion and personal style. A budding blogger and photography lover, he roams Sydney and its surrounds bringing the best of what the city has to offer to anyone who wants to know.
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