Bose QC35 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by blinxat, Jun 6, 2016.
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  1. Jodiuh
    thanks, so AAC bluetooth is better than sbc? I don't know what sbc is, but AAC is better because why?

    My gym isn't too loud, they do have music playing though. I guess I'll have jot try when I get the foamies in...too much ear wax getting in the grills without those little foam ear pads. Hopting that will make them a bit more comfy as they numbed the back of my ear a little.

    So you don't find the II's bassy? I had the originals and the bass overwhelmed me... Are you a bass head?

    from the wirecutter…
    Brent and I didn’t like the change. As he said, “I like the sound of the 25 better. They gave these a bass bump and a treble boost. Little too sizzly and a little too bloated.” Lauren was on the fence, “Decent highs, though a little rolled off. The mids are a bit flat (lacking dimension) and lows are a little bloated.”

    From sound guys…
    Lows are definitely still given preference over everything else, but on the bright side the weird rattle that used to occur in songs with heavy bass is gone, so thankfully they fixed that. That said, these aren’t any less bassheavy. Each basskick in the song “We Just Haven’t Met Yet” by Russ shook my eyes just a little bit. I’m sure some people will find this to be great but I do not. Still, at least the rattling is gone. Mids are just as clean as they’ve always been with vocals coming through loud and clear.
  2. DarwinOSX
  3. DarwinOSX
    Does anyone else notice that whenever you turn your headphones on they revert to High noise canceling no matter what they were set to before? I prefer no noise canceling a lot of the time since I use my headphones in my office and I assume no or low noise canceling sounds better than high. Or perhaps the full DSP does not kick in unless you have at least low noise canceling turned on?
  4. Jodiuh
    For anyone thinking the QC35's bass is overwhelming and doesn't need the ANC, check out the Soundlink II. I'm much more impressed with the sound signature on the Soundlink. I've had it on my head for about 4 hours now. I would take the 35 off after 15 to 30 minutes in frustration.
  5. viperxp
    Hello. Can anyone comment on the material of the earpads, and the longevity? Also a suggestion of alternative earpads would be welcome.
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