Bose QC35 Wireless Headphones Review

Bose QC35 Wireless Headphones Review
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  • The Bose QC35s sa phethahala. Ho haella ha inehetseng likonopo pina tlolela le tshebediso ya soketeng 2.5mm e-na le lefapha maemo a 3.5mm ke la halefisa.

The headphone e ncha Bluetooth tsoang Bose iphapanyetse ea lefatše lerata u potolohileng le tlatsa kelello ea hao ka 'mino o monate, ntle ho hlokahala hore lithapo


Tsamaisoa ka Guardian.co.ukSehlooho sena se titled “Bose QC35 waelese headphone: mpa feela unrivaled lerata hlakola” e ngotsoe ke Samuele Gibbs, etsoe theguardian.com ka Labobeli la bo21 la June 2016 06.00 UTC

Bose headphone li tšoaroa joaloka tekanyetso khauta lerata a sebetsang a hlakola le batla e Premium bakeng sa eona. Empa ka ya khampani US e ncha QC35 ea mohlala, Bluetooth ea eona ea pele lerata-hlakola headphone, phelele litebello?

Seiponeng setšoantšo sa QC25

Bose qc35 tekolo botjha
The headphone mene bakeng sa maeto kapa a sephara bakeng loketseng nyeoeng e. Photograph: Samuele Gibbs bakeng sa Guardian

The QC35s e le hantle e para ya QC25s le Bluetooth ho tsona, 'me ho tloha ka ntle ho thata ho bolella ba babeli kantle ntle le haeba u tseba seo u se ntse u batla: ba u 'mala o fapaneng hanyenyane - fumaneha ka batsho thota kapa silevera ho e-na mebala tse peli ho etsa modumo - le senoelo tokelo na ho laola maikutlo likonopo tse tharo, e LED le e microUSB sekotjana.

Le letšehali tsebe ea senoelo na le 2.5mm headphone boema-kepe, e leng ho bolelang li ka sebelisoa e le headphone ka megala ka kapa ntle le lerata hlakola hodima, empa u lokela ho sebelisa usb akarelletsa kapa reka 3.5mm ho 2.5mm adaptara.

QC35s ea ikutloa e hlileng a haha. Marapo fetolehang ikutloa tsoarellang, joalokaha etsang headband tlhōrōng, koahetsoeng ka pleather le le bonojoana sebaka chamois-joaloka khahlanong hlooho. linoelo tsebe ba kuta le mekatelo bonolo-pleather ha a ntse a ka hare e contoured kahoo ho lula theoha tsebe.

Ba ke ba bang ba phutholohile ka ho fetisisa le e ntle-to-apara headphone Ke ne khahlisoa ke ho apara ho se. Ba sekaseka 310g, empa u se ke ua boima haholo, lula hloohong ea hao le boiketlo 'me u se ke ua tsamaea ha u tsamaea, ha a ntse a sa behe khatello ea sa hlokahaleng e le efe letheba e mong ka hlooho ea hao. The feletseng encapsulate litsebe tsa hao ntle li amang, empa ba batlang diseke ee le poteletseng bakeng khōlō headphone holimo-the-tsebeng a sa hlokomele.

Ba ile ba boela mene bakeng sa dipalangwang, le linoelo phutha bataletseng inline le headband ho lumellane ka taba ea bona e batlang e diseke ee. Ba u se ke ua e nyenyane ha a phuthilweng, empa e nyenyane ka ho lekaneng hore ha u sa etse hore ba boima ka mokotlaneng banamedi a.

Taolo le kgokelo ya

Bose qc35 tekolo botjha
Senoelo tsebeng e tona etsang lintho tsohle li tsamaea, le likonopo laola liketso, matla fapoha, microUSB soketeng le NFC letheba. Photograph: Samuele Gibbs bakeng sa Guardian

Tsebe senoelo tokelo ke moo nke khato e molemo tsohle se etsahala. E na le para ya dikonopo molumo oa flanking ea khefu / bapala konopo. Ha ho na inehetseng pina tlolela likonopo, e leng e nyenyane soabisang, empa imene habeli kapa hararo phehella papaling eo konopo ho tshepahala e qhomela ka pele kapa ho khutlela morao.

Tsebe senoelo tokelo boetse o na le matla a fapoha, eo u folika ho le ho boemong la boraro ho beha headphone ho kena screen reader mode beha ka bobedi, haeba u hloka, eo u etsetsa iPhone e. Most Android basebedisi tla mpa feela lokela ho Tlanya smartphone bona hang-hang NFC - boetse e le har'a senoelo tsebe ea tokelo ea ho ba babeli le bona dessyecik Bluetooth.

The mabapi Bluetooth bobeli smartphone le sa PC ne lefika le tiile maemo 'ohle, ntumella ho ipotsa potoloha ntle ho lahleheloa ke mabapi le ho tsoa seterateng le fono ka pokothong ntle tokollong.

Joaloka headphone fetisisa Bluetooth ea QC35s tla amahanya ho disebediswa tse peli ka nako, o tla nka khato e le semamedi bakeng fono 'me a ka kenya tshebetsong tshwariso ya Google Now kapa Siri mabapi le smartphone e. Boleng ba call ho pholletsa semamedi e ne e le ntle molemo haholo.

Lerata hlakola le ho itšehla thajana

Bose qc35 tekolo botjha
Ka ho le letsehali tsebe ea senoelo na le 2.5mm headphone kepe boo sebelisa 2.5mm fuoa tsa moetlo usb 3.5mm. Photograph: Samuele Gibbs bakeng sa Guardian

Ntho e molemo haholo mabapi le lintho tse QC35s ke hore ho beha bona ha ba le ba joalokaha eka ke lesira ho khutsa e wafted ka lebaka la hao, ho tlosa le semelo se hubbub, ebang seterateng, ka tereneng kapa ofising ea.

Bose a lerata hlakola thekenoloji, which monitors incoming sounds using microphones and sends the inverse sound wave using the speakers to cancel out the sound before it hits your ear drum, is said to be the best in the business. It is very effective, although arguably not leagues ahead of the best of the rest. What is miles better than any other noise-cancelling headphones I have tried is the passive blocking of noise.

Bose packs the ear cups with sound absorbing materials, e leng, combined with the active noise cancelling technology, works incredibly effectively, blocking the sudden, sharp sounds that noise cancelling struggles with.

There are no better headphones available at the moment for sheer power of isolating you from the outside world, wireless or otherwise, apart from the QC25s.

utloahala

Bose qc35 tekolo botjha
The ear cups are comfortable and provide excellent isolation from the outside world. Photograph: Samuele Gibbs bakeng sa Guardian

The beauty of that excellent isolation is that the music can really sing at any volume. I found myself consistently listening to my music at much lower volumes, which is a good thing for the longevity of my hearing.

The headphones sound great. Some people do not like the way Bose products sound – there is definitely a “Bose sound” – but they have great balance, good bass when required and great separation between sounds and instruments. They do not sound as good as a set of audiophile-grade £300 wired headphones, but most people will love them.

They certainly aren’t a pair of Beats, but can produce really quite deep bass if pushed. The most impressive thing is that the active noise cancelling doesn’t affect the audio quality,unlike on many other similar headphones.

bophelo ba betri

Bose qc35 tekolo botjha
With Bluetooth on the QC35s will outlast even the longest of plane journeys. Photograph: Samuele Gibbs bakeng sa Guardian

The QC35s lived up to expectations dropping around 5% per hour of listening over Bluetooth lasting approximately 20 hours between charges when listening over Bluetooth, and longer if restricted to wired connections. There aren’t many rechargeable wireless noise-cancelling headphones that last as long as the Bose between charges.

There’s also an auto-standby that helps prolong battery life and can be triggered after as little as five minutes or as long as three hours inactivity, kapa reteleha tima ka ho feletseng. To wake from standby you just have to push one of the buttons.

The headphones can continue to be used when the power runs out using the included cable, but they don’t sound quite as good. They take just over two hours to fully charge via microUSB.

hlokometsoeng

  • The 2.5mm headphones socket is irritating – means you can’t just plug any old headphones cable in
  • A dedicated power switch is so much better than having to hold the power button for 5 seconds to switch it on or off
  • The headphones speak to you announcing battery percentage and the devices connected on start up and when devices connect or disconnect using text to voice
  • The female English voice prompts sound a little flirtatious, with a slight uptick at the end of numbers or letters, which almost sounds like its said with a wink and a smile
  • The voice makes some curious choices – attaching the OnePlus 3 smartphone was announced as a O-N-E plus three
  • There’s an Android/iOS app that allows you to manage paired devices, switch off voice prompts, change the name of your headphones and manage the auto-standby timer

Price

The Bose QC35 cost £290, which makes them £40 more than the wired QC25, £160 more than the Philips SHB9850NCs, £100 more than the Plantronics BackBeat Pro, £70 more than the Sony h.ear on Wireless NC headphones, but £9 cheaper than the Parrot Zik 2.0 headphones and £90 cheaper than the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless.

Qeto

The Bose QC35s sa phethahala. Ho haella ha inehetseng likonopo pina tlolela le tshebediso ya soketeng 2.5mm e-na le lefapha maemo a 3.5mm ke la halefisa.

But those small niggles are far outweighed but the fantastic noise cancelling and isolation, comfort and excellent sound. They’re expensive for non-fashion headphones, and they might not make you look like Dr Dre, but they’re worth every penny if you commute by public transport, struggle to concentrate in an open plan office, fly anywhere or just want a bit of peace and quiet in your life.

The Bose QC35s are the best noise cancelling headphones money can buy right now, and arguably the best Bluetooth headphones too. They’re brilliant. Why we had to wait so long for them, I have no idea.

Pros: best-in-class noise cancelling and isolation, great battery life, great sound, mabothobotho, fold for transport, Bluetooth, NFC, decent management app

Go tlhoka mesola: 2.5mm headphones port, no dedicated track skip controls

Bose qc35 tekolo botjha
Tap the NFC symbol with your phone for instant pairing. Photograph: Samuele Gibbs bakeng sa Guardian

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