Also meet the QuietControl 30 and new SoundSport earbuds.
Ever since the first QuietComfort headphones, released in 2000, Bose has offered consumers noise-cancelling tech that’s second to none. This, along with excellent audio quality, made QuietComforts become best sellers in the market. But Bose knows it needs to keep evolving, and what better way to do so than by making its latest flagship headphones wireless. Enter the QuietComfort 35. Design-wise, the new model is quite similar to the previous one (QC25), sporting a sleek and minimalist look with your choice of black or silver finish.
During our demo, Bose engineers emphasized that the key was to not give up audio quality over the added wireless functionality. And I’m happy to report they succeeded, albeit my impressions are based on a controlled setting — I listened to simulated subway noises and a few songs inside a New York City building. Still, it doesn’t take much to realize the potential of the QuietComfort 35. Bose says there are “night and day” improvements to the sound, designed to make sure that music is crystal clear whether you’re listening at a low, mid or high volume.
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