Monday, June 6, 2016

Bose Wireless QuietComfort QC35 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones

The prominent brand in audio technology introduces a new line of noise cancelling or reduction headphones, their very own wireless QuietComfort QC35. According to report, it is the descendant of QC25 in terms of inherited style and design. It is also available in either elegant-looking black and silver.

Maybe, it is one-of-a-kind headphone to offer a full noise cancelling operation. We cannot deny but most of Bose products earned the highest expectation from prospect users. They have a strong and durable accessories for high-end devices that can offer a standard to excellent quality of dynamic sounds.

Going back to Bose QuietComfort QC35, it is equipped with a built-in microphone and processing chip for sensing and processing of unwanted noises. And it is also design with a high-level of noise reduction strategy in digital form. It has a long-lasting battery that can last for up to 20 (twenty) hours of music playback in wireless mode and non-stop if on its standard wired 3.5-millimeter headphone mode.

Furthermore, its dual-mode support is the most promising feature of Bose QuietComfort QC35 for travelers who are waiting to pass their time while on the road. However, the price is slightly expensive compared to other wireless brands. The price tags are expected to start at about $350 and up. But that is a reasonable price for anyone who are looking for high-resolution and dynamic high-quality stereo sounds.

In addition, this wireless headsets will work in any iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S-series, LG smartphones, and to other handheld devices with Bluetooth 4.0 support. Recently, i.Tech Dynamic brought out their very own ProStereo L-series, a different headphone brand that you can choose for a high-resolution and dynamic sounds.



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