Active Noise Cancelling
- USB 2.0
- 19 points
- 26 months ago
from completed build Aduthan
Had the QC25 headphones for two years, amazing headphones, love them, (couldn't find the QC25s on the list? :/) (if you are looking into the QC 35s or QC 35 II they should only be better)
- 15 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build Red Black Beast
Had the QC15's since ~2010 and they're still going strong. The ear cups and head band have worn out multiple times and back then they didn't have a microphone option. I eventually got a UFlyMike boom mic for them and it's still a great setup. Wanted to get into the modern times and upgraded to the QC35 II's and I couldn't be more pleased with them. The quality of life improvements from QC15 to QC35 II are many, and all worth the upgrade.
- 13 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Very Quiet Very Quick Gaming Rig
Bose QC35 are great for keeping the noise out when I need to focus, probably the best noise cancelling headphones around.
- 7 points
- 27 months ago
from completed build My Gaming PC
Good sound, and really nice noise cancelation.
- 6 points
- 25 months ago
from completed build Savitar
Sound Quality: 9/10
Build Quality: 10/10
Comfortable to wear for long periods of time, the battery seems to last forever, and comes with a nice hard cover carrying case. The best noise canceling headphones I've ever used. My only complaint is the cord is thin and seems easy to rip/break (Although after a year of use it hasn't).
- 4 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build First Build: Living Room Gaming HTPC
Hands down the best pair of headphones I've ever owned. Although, I received these as a gift and I've never owned a pair of headphones at this price level though, so I don't have much of a reference to compare it against. However, I'd say the hype behind them is justified. Just watch LinusTechTips review video where they compare these against the premium Sony, Microsoft, and Beats headphones at this price level.
Overall they are incredibly comfortable, have amazing noise cancellation, and the sound quality is very satisfying.
I've seen a lot of people saying that you can't use these as a headset. That's partially true, but also false. If you are using them via Bluetooth with microphone capabilities you will suffer audio quality switching to mono because of the limitation of that version of Bluetooth. However, you can use them as a proper headset without losing audio quality if you wire them in line by using a 2.5mm male to 3.5mm female TRRS audio adapter with an accessory microphone such as the V-Moda BoomPro or the Antlion Modmic. I went with BoomPro because it was half the price as the Modmic and reviews showed that they perform almost the same.
Coming from using a SteelSeries Siberia V2 crushing my ears after only an hour of use, the QC35 VII are a godsend.
- 4 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build 1st HTPC/Photo & Video Editing
Rich sound. Superb noise cancellation. Works great with Alexa. It starts breaking up @ about 30% of battery power.
- 4 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build 2019: Aurelian 275
I love these cans in wired mode with noise cancellation off, because I'm an old fuddy-duddy who hates new technology. Seriously though, the delay in bluetooth connection sucks, and the noise cancellation tech gives me a headache. Other than that, they are out-of-this-world comfortable — I often leave them on for 12+ hours straight at work and gaming and feel zero discomfort whatsoever. Also, the sound quality is excellent. But they are very expensive and the bells and whistles aren't all that great, in my opinion.
- 3 points
- 36 months ago
from completed build Home Office Overkill
I travel overseas for work and bought these primarily for in the plane on long flights. A bonus is that I can now use these on my PC when I want to crank out some work and need to drown out the background noise from my kids which these are great at.