Bose QuietControl 30 review

Think of Bose’s QuietControl 30 ($300, £230 or AU$449) as the ultimate neckband-styleBluetooth headphone. (That’s the style that looks like a horseshoe draped around the back of a person’s neck, which LG pioneered with its top-selling Tone series.)


Because it’s an in-ear model, a lot people, including me, thought it would be the wireless successor to the QuietComfort 20, which started out at $300 and now lists for $250. That wired model is Bose’s smallest model with built-in noise-cancellation, which can block out droning sounds like airline engines or traffic noise. However, that’s not exactly what the QC30 is. After using it for several says, I now think of it more as the noise-canceling version of Bose’s SoundSport Wireless.

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