Bose Quietcomfort 35 QC35 wireless Bluetooth headphones, preorder - £289.95 @ Bose
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Bose Quietcomfort 35 QC35 wireless Bluetooth headphones, preorder - £289.95 @ Bose

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Found 6th Jun 2016
The QC25 have very good noise cancellation but finally, you can have both noise cancellation and wireless Bluetooth! There are also updates across the range such as QC30, the Bluetooth update to QC20.

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Pre order!!!! Great deal! NOT cold from me!

Try Blantronics BackBeat Pro for £115 with 100m Bluetooth range before you buy this for £300. Noise cancellation works great plus they also got couple extra features. Check video on YouTube.

I expect I will pickup a set of these but as it's rrp it's not really a deal here.

Bose spend a lot of money on research and development hence their prices. I picked up some QC25's and they have proven absolutely fantastic for all types of activities. The most precious being stuck on a train with a whiney kid, flip the switch and peace baby (whine cancellation to a t). Bit sceptical here about the wireless function though, as every pair of wireless headphones I have tried and testing in the past have lacked quality compared to the wired predecessor , and that's a lot of headphones tested working @ VocalViews.com the tech blog testing market research company. However, I really look forward to testing these out but would be reluctant to pre order.

Reading the reviews these do both wired and wireless

life_in_hd

Reading the reviews these do both wired and wireless



I personally would not upgrade from QC25 to QC35 if the quality wired remained the same, for me the wireless would have to prove an unbelievable clarity, otherwise QC25 are just fine. (Obviously this is subjective).

It's not aptx bluetooth

It's not aptx bluetooth



No because Apple aren't supporting it.

Try Blantronics BackBeat Pro for £115 with 100m Bluetooth range before … Try Blantronics BackBeat Pro for £115 with 100m Bluetooth range before you buy this for £300. Noise cancellation works great plus they also got couple extra features. Check video on YouTube.



Great headphones and tech but large. Good for home use but not so great in public for the fashion conscious.

Pre-ordered. I must be mad...

Amazon gave me a £10 voucher today because my preorder of these headphones will be a few days late. Great service!
Edited by: "grahambeale" 10th Jun 2016

same same but different...

http://i.imgur.com/ETwWJNa.jpg

Avidfanofstuff

same same but different...


What's that? A microphone?

grahambeale

What's that? A microphone?



Bluetooth receiver including mic...

ebay.co.uk/itm…741

You will need a 2.5mm - 3.5mm jack adapter and slightly modify the headphones for this to work.

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Avidfanofstuff

Bluetooth receiver including … Bluetooth receiver including mic...https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/200838183741You will need a 2.5mm - 3.5mm jack adapter and slightly modify the headphones for this to work.



Wow, I was going to return my QC25 but I might just do this. Have you done it? How do I need to modify QC25? What sort of battery life do you get with it and does it affect audio quality? Thanks
Edited by: "misa426" 11th Jun 2016

misa426

Wow, I was going to return my QC25 but I might just do this. Have you … Wow, I was going to return my QC25 but I might just do this. Have you done it? How do I need to modify QC25? What sort of battery life do you get with it and does it affect audio quality? Thanks



Yes, the ones in the picture are mine.

I used a Dremel (on the slowest setting) with a router bit to take a small layer of plastic off the inside of the microphone hole, I was nervous doing it but worked out very well. It's only a tiny amount (like 30 seconds worth) Not sure on battery life as I only did it the other day but initial impressions are good. The sound quality is fine for me, I can't hear any difference but then I'll admit I'm no audiofile.

If you do it you will also need one of these...

ebay.co.uk/itm…346

Thanks I have just preordered these from Amazon didn't say they will be late on delivery.
Been waiting a long time for these to come out.

stevesteca

Thanks I have just preordered these from Amazon didn't say they will be … Thanks I have just preordered these from Amazon didn't say they will be late on delivery.Been waiting a long time for these to come out.



Weirdly, they said it would be delivered late twice and gave me a £10 voucher, now they say it will be back to the original delivery date. :-/

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grahambeale

Weirdly, they said it would be delivered late twice and gave me a £10 … Weirdly, they said it would be delivered late twice and gave me a £10 voucher, now they say it will be back to the original delivery date. :-/



Why didn't you order directly from Bose? Just wondering. You get a free 30 day trial with them too I think, in case you want to try it.

misa426

Why didn't you order directly from Bose? Just wondering. You get a free … Why didn't you order directly from Bose? Just wondering. You get a free 30 day trial with them too I think, in case you want to try it.



I would have done that but I had a load of Amazon vouchers poised for the purchase.

I wonder how many Bose engineers resigned over them adding bluetooth.

Argos appear to be offering a 5 year extended warranty that differentiates them from all the others charging £289..... argos.co.uk/sta…htm

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frostforbes

Argos appear to be offering a 5 year extended warranty that … Argos appear to be offering a 5 year extended warranty that differentiates them from all the others charging £289..... http://www.argos.co.uk/static/ArgosPromo3/includeName/bose-5-year-guarantee.htm



Yep, I spotted that. Is that a new thing they're doing? At the same time, John Lewis and Amazon accidental damage cover is cheaper. Not sure which to go for.

Not a deal at this price, but the Argos 5 year warranty is tempting.
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