Bose QuietComfort 35 20% off - £260 Amazon Spain
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Bose QuietComfort 35 20% off - £260 Amazon Spain

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Found 7th Jul 2017
I have been looking for the QC 35 for a while now, and saw they are being sold 20% off on amazon spain.

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    Can you please explain, 20% off what price? They've been 297 EUR from Amazon Spain for a couple of weeks now. I've been tracking prices too. I'm hoping that the Amazon Prime event on the 11th July will see a discount in the UK store
    Wasn't this 235 last week? Might as well wait for the price to drop again or get something better.
    Buy Other Sound Equipment - just in case you were wondering what BOSE means ;-)
    Bleugh

    Buy Other Sound Equipment - just in case you were wondering what BOSE … Buy Other Sound Equipment - just in case you were wondering what BOSE means ;-)



    Any better wireless option you may suggest?
    fire_emblem

    Any better wireless option you may suggest?



    He'll say MDR 1000X, then you'll go and read about all the issues they have with cracking headbands and Sony's lack of support.

    Where were the QC35 cheaper last week?
    The_Hoff

    He'll say MDR 1000X, then you'll go and read about all the issues they … He'll say MDR 1000X, then you'll go and read about all the issues they have with cracking headbands and Sony's lack of support.Where were the QC35 cheaper last week?



    They were £239 for "factory renewed" ones at the Swindon outlet centre. I couldn't tell the difference from a brand new pair, and they came with the same warranty.
    fire_emblem

    Any better wireless option you may suggest?



    B&W P7 sound much better than these.

    No noise cancelling though.
    All I can say is try them first. The MDR-1000X is an amazing bit of kit. Noise reduction is different than the QC35s and quite possibly better. The sound is 'thicker' in the Sonys. Not sure if this is good or not. I actually prefer the BOSE sound, but at this end of the market it's as much about opinion as aural fidelity. The deal breaker for me is that the Sonys are not that comfortable for me. The QC35s feel amazing. Just go with what you prefer. Imma grab some as soon as I can afford them.
    Does the noise cancelling technology do well at eliminating people talking, or is it for aeroplane engine sounds and similar?
    Morsicatio13 m ago

    Does the noise cancelling technology do well at eliminating people …Does the noise cancelling technology do well at eliminating people talking, or is it for aeroplane engine sounds and similar?

    ​With music playing, the noise cancelling is very effective. I can just about make out our office's Brian Blessed with these on, but the others have to prod me to get my attention. Constant, full spectrum music works best. I'd recommend them.
    I had them. Noise cancelling was the best I have ever used, howeverr sound quality was rubbish. MDR-1000X blow these out of the water and match the noise cancelling.
    I have them, I think there amazing
    HOT.

    A guy at work has the qc35 and I have to say they are amazing, noice cancelling. Is out of this world.

    The only downside to mdr1000 is they have a defect where they easily crack. Google "mdr-1000 crack"

    When you look at amazon warehouse there are no qc35s but 9 pages worth for the Sonys.

    Edited by: "samosa" 8th Jul 2017
    the best pair of headphones i own are sennheiser hd598 and akg k551 - anyknow know how these fair against the qc35 in terms of sound quality?

    the spain site is showing a "total imports" cost...i thought there wouldnt be any import duty...anyone confirm?

    Order confirmation
    Products:\x09EUR 294,55
    Shipping:\x09EUR 5,92
    (Total Imports: £ 300.47)
    Full payment:\x09GBP 276.17
    The total order includes VAT.
    Looks like its slightly cheaper on amazon.de
    Imports is just delivery. Tax is inc already as we're still in the eu... for the mo!
    garyjewula17th Jul

    B&W P7 sound much better than these. No noise cancelling though.


    But they make you look like you're wearing a defibrillator on your head. And they're more expensive.
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