Bose QuietComfort 35 II

Over-Ear Wireless Headphones

2,159,675 ratings
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Comfort
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85%
Value for money
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90%
Bass quality
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94%
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92%
Easy to use
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94%
Volume control
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83%
Portability
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Great Comfort & Sound Quality With a Few Glaring Setbacks.

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Nov 17, 2018

Reviewed by Nicholas on B&H Photo Video

These are the very 1st pair of Bose headphones Ive ever owned. Ive been curious in buying a pair of Bose headphones given the companys stellar reputation for excellent sound quality with their products. Im no audiophile, but I do value headphones that support a variety of sounds other than bass-oriented products. I bought these when they were $300 and Ive owned them for a few months; despite offering excellent battery life, noise cancellation, comfort, and sound quality I still have rather mixed feelings regarding the QC 35 IIs due to some noticeable drawbacks. One of the first things Ive noticed with these headphones is just how light they are (8.3 ounces) yet durable. My initial impression upon removing them from the box was that they were felt cheaply manufactured and extremely fragile. However, the QC 35 IIs are very flexible and durable headphones that can withstand a surprisingly fair amount of bends and contortions. The QC 35 IIs feature standard volume and pause/play control buttons, but also has a built-in microphone and a helpful action button. You can use this button to toggle between noise cancellation levels or speak to Alexa, Siri, or Google Assistant. I seldom use it, but when I do I find it useful with keeping track of notifications and getting information through helpful voice commands. This feature helps differentiate the QC 35 IIs specs from other premium bluetooth headphones. Now in terms of comfort, these are the most comfortable headphones Ive ever owned. I own Sonys WH1000s and 2 different pairs of Audio-Technica headphones and the QuietComforts are by far my most comfortable headphones. Upon hours of use I never feel any discomfort over my ears or jawline in comparison to my rather uncomfortable WH1000s. I find it really difficult to using to my other bluetooth headphones because they cant match the comfort. The overall sound quality is great from my experience. I primarily listen to different forms of Electronic (Synthwave, Chillwave, Trip Hop), Chillhop, & Rock music and the QC 35 IIs offer exceptional dynamic ranges that allow me to hear the most nuanced sounds as well as solid bass levels. Additionally the QC 35 IIs offer 2 different levels of noise cancellation (High and Low) along with the option to turn the feature off as well. The overall sound quality is great, however I do feel that the sound quality and noise cancellation from my Sony WH1000s is comparable to the QC 35 IIs so its hard for me to view these as a clear winner in terms of sound quality and noise cancellation. Battery life is phenomenal with up to 20 hours of playback on a full charge and up to 40 hours via a wired connection. I often find myself using these for hours on end over the course of a couple of days with excellent remaining battery life. The QC 35 IIs also recharge very quickly as well, a quick 15 minute charge will last you longer than a charge from other premium headphones. Battery conservation is the least of my worries when using the QC 35 IIs and Im very impressed how Bose was able to develop such an efficient battery for a very lightweight pair of headphones. There are 2 main complaints I have regarding the QC 35 IIs: (1) Poor bluetooth connection quality, and (2) The lack of support for personal computers. What baffles me is how can headphones with a $350 MSRP struggle to keep a consistent bluetooth signal? This is my main biggest issue with these headphones. Whenever I move at least 15 feet away from my phone I experience significant signal interruptions disrupting my listening experience. Even simple decisions like leaving my phone momentarily either by closing a door or going moving to a different room will cause chopping and disruptions. Strangely enough this also occurs occasionally even when I have my phone in my pocket for no apparent reason. I dont have this problem with any other pair of bluetooth headphones except this one despite these being the most expensive headphones I own. Secondly, I find the lack of bluetooth pairing with my laptop very disappointing. In order to wirelessly connect the QC 35 II, you need to have the accompanied Bose Connect app which is only available via mobile device marketplaces. This is a basic feature available with numerous bluetooth headphones, but for some odd reason QC 35 II users cant wirelessly connect to computers because the lack of the Bose Connect app. Any user looking for bluetooth headphones while working from a computer will have to resort to using the included cable instead. Overall I do believe Boses QC 35 IIs offer great sound quality and comfort accompanied by some unique and helpful features. However, I cant recommend buying these headphones due to their weak bluetooth signal quality and the lack of bluetooth integration with nonmobile devices accompanied by its $350 MSRP. Ill continue using these periodically, but I plan on purchasing Sonys WH-1000XM3s in the near future to replace these. ... More

Pretty Satisfied with these headphones

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Aug 5, 2019

Reviewed by Christopher on B&H Photo Video

Now that I have gone on several trips & airplane trips and use these now more than my Quiet Comfort 25's I can say I like these a lot. They are great for Bluetooth devices. I wish that there was a way to use Bluetooth but then have the option to turn on and off the noise canceling abilities so that if I need to hear my music but also what is going on in a room you could have that option especially with a Apple phone with no headphone jack. I do think these are comfortable and gives me a lot of freedom without worrying about a wire holding me to be in a particular distance. I can walk away from my device and as long as there is no interference or stay in a particular distance of the device I can have my head phones on and the device in a different room while listening to a podcast or my music. Not a fan of the audio wire it comes with because it is so thin that it could easily be cut when caught in a door. Wish the charging wire for the headphones was just a little longer rather than short. Especially it the wall plug is so high and the charging wire is not even long enough to touch the floor. I think I prefer the case that comes with the QC25 vs the QC35. The QC 25 case is a better made case. In some ways I feel like I received more from the QC25 headphones than the QC35. The big differences is being able to charge the headphones vs batteries. You can control more with more buttons on the headphones vs the QC25 which had controls on the audio cable. I will say that I used these from Alaska to Florida & did not need to charge them during the trip. The batteries lasted me the entire trip both going there and back & that was true as well when I went on my recent trip driving to Washington DC & West Virginia From Florida and they lasted me the entire trip. I have also worn these to sleep to try and make it so I could sleep through noisy snoring people. Even though it may not have drowned them out completely it did reduce the sound significantly. ... More

Finally, I understand...

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Sep 13, 2018

Reviewed by O'Deady on B&H Photo Video

This is my third set of Noise Cancelling Headphones. My first was an entry-level set of Sony noise cancelling headphones which significantly improved my ability to enjoy music and movies during flight. I was awed by the Bose QuietComfort 35 predecessors, but could never really justify a $300 purchase. I limped along with the Sony for well over a decade, finally replacing them last year with a mid-price range over-the-ear product from Owlee. The Owlee purchase was an impulse buy on Amazon based upon a referral and an appealing price point. This was a huge step-up for me and worth every penny -- especially when one amortizes the cost over at least ten years of use. I've only used the Owlee on a dozen occasions, but I like 'em a lot. This year, I learned that a very modest startup investment I'd pretty much given-up on was being acquired. I purchased this set of Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones as a reward for my patience (waiting out both the investment and the desire to own a set of Bose noise-cancelling headphones). I've only used them twice so far. Once, at home when I opened the box and then on a long flight last week. I don't know why I waited so long, but I finally understand why my colleagues shelled-out three or four C-Notes for a set of headphones. Of course, now I'll never be able to go back, but QuietComfort 35 is incredibly comfortable, stores flat in a nice case (included) and provides the best quality sound I've ever had onboard an aircraft. Although the product is equipped with a high-quality microphone, I've only experimented with it for cell phone use once and can't tell you whether it is a reasonable way to answer the phone while listening to music at your desk, but I'll let you know when I'm back at my desk. In the meantime, I'm still wondering what took me so long to commit to this purchase, but I'm glad I finally got there. ... More

I should have bought some Bose QC headphones years ago!

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Jan 9, 2019

Reviewed by Paul on B&H Photo Video

My work productivity has definitely gone up from having these to block out noise, listen to music, and focus on my work. I used to mock people who spent $350 to cancel noise - well, Ive repented. Its worth every penny. Why did I get the QC 35 IIs instead of the Sony WH-1000XM3s? Im glad you asked! Both the Bose and Sonys have stellar sound and stellar noise canceling, yet the Sony edges out the Bose in both categories by a slight margin according to most peoples ears. Whichever headset I chose would be replacing my critical listening headphones and audiophile-DAC for daily listening while at work. This isnt just about audio quality though - its not less than that, but its certainly more than that. For me, I went with the Bose over the Sonys because of multi-pairing. Being able to connect to my phone and my computer at the same time is a huge bonus so I can seamlessly listen to both without a second thought. Likewise, the telephone call quality on the Bose headphones is absolutely excellent - I can take calls on them fearlessly without callers asking me what, what??? all the time. Sonys headphones? Yeah, not so much. Listen to some comparison samples of phone calls from the Sony headset versus the Bose headset on YouTube - the difference is enormous! Last of all, comfort. I wouldnt describe the Sony headphones as uncomfortable, but as someone who often has his headphones on for 7-10 hours a day, the Bose headphones are just amazingly comfy. No aches, pains, or tension. Its like wearing a fluffy pillow on your head. ... More

Quality Sound and Comfort

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Apr 8, 2018

Reviewed by Tim on B&H Photo Video

I purchased these headphones to get away from being tethered to my computer by the cord. I also have a corded version of the same headphone, in fact, this is my third set of Bose QuietComfort headphones. The sound and noise cancelling feature of Bose headphones is the best in my opinion. I was worried that the cordless version would sacrifice sound quality, but this is not the case. I haven't detected any difference. They are also very comfortable. The battery lasts a long time, and each time you plug in you hear the battery status, and what devices are connected, through the headphones, nice! There are only a couple things I am concerned with. You must use the Bose Connect ap on a mobile device in order to connect. I've found that ap to be less than intuitive. Also, I've only been able to connect to two devices using the bluetooth. If I want a third device (ie Phone, Tablet, Desktop) I must disconnect one of the others. Fair warning! There might be a way and I just don't know how. If there is a way, it's not described or intuitive. Secondly, there is a small switch to turn the headphones on and off. I have found with my other Bose wired headsets that using this on / off switch too much will cause it to fail. That's happened to me twice. Each time Bose customer service has given me a reduced price on replacement headphones. If I remember correctly it was $100 plus my old headphones back to get a replacement. My Beats headphones never had this problem because you plug the cord in to turn them on. (The noise cancellation and sound was not as good with Beats though.) ... More

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Great but not perfect

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Aug 30, 2018

Reviewed by Mauriello on B&H Photo Video

Bought these headphones to avoid having to listen to the vacuous chatter and loud talkers that infest my morning commute on NJ Transit. Even though there is a dedicated quiet car on most trains there are still lowlifes that need to act like buffoons. It became a matter of mental health and sanity to block out these louts. They are expensive BUT they do the job in eliminating the noise and seamlessly connecting to my iPhone, providing me with peace and an ever increasing positive attitude to start my day. Easy to use, a breeze to set up and shipped overnight. Buy them and join the ranks of the civilized! ... More

Best Bluetooth Headphones For The Money

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Dec 26, 2017

Reviewed by Dr. Manfred on B&H Photo Video

These headphones are a must have for anyone trying to work, study, or relax in any noisy environment. I decided to test them out at a high school basketball game using just the noise cancelling feature. I was seated directly in front of a broken speaker that was emitting a very unpleasant noise. Upon putting on the headphones the noise was instantly muffled. I could still hear the broken speaker and some of the conversations around me but the surrounding volume was reduced to the point where I could easily focus enough to read a paper or book. When I began to play music through the headphones (full noise cancellation and about half sound level) I could not hear anything at all going on around me. The overall quality of the sound coming from the headphones was as good or better as other similarly priced headphones. They might be slightly base heavy but it was really hard to tell. Also the sound is fairly self contained meaning the people around you won't hear your music unless the volume is turned up to the maximum level. I would highly recommend these headphones to anyone looking to travel or study as they are very light, portable, and easy to wear. The headphones can operate off of an included cord but to unlock the full experience the user must connect to a smartphone or other similar device. ... More

Great Headphones so far

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Dec 18, 2017

Reviewed by Martin on B&H Photo Video

I have been using the Bose QuietComfort 35 for a few weeks and think I have put the product to the test. Product looks great and feels great on my head. The noise cancellation work remarkably well. I work in a laboratory with a lot of background noise. It cancels the low frequencies completely and reduces the high frequencies by more than 25%. I was able to connect to my Android phone using the 'Bose Connect' software. I was also able to connect with my Win10 Lenovo Yoga II. The sound quality is amazing and the Blue tooth would switch from phone to computer on its own. I also tried to connect to an older Lenovo laptop and had some difficulty. I had to clear the Bluetooth pairing list to connect and then had to repeat to connect to the phone again. The headphones also come with a standard audio cable. I might as well through it away. The plug does not fit into the jack correctly and if I hold it in order to get sound on both sides, the sound is awful. Even with the problems with the wired audio, I would still recommend this product highly. I was able to perform a firmware update and am hoping that will fix the multiple connection problems as well ... More

Best comfort for a long day.

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Aug 23, 2018

Reviewed by Kloppenburg on B&H Photo Video

I tried the Sony headphones that run about $350. After a full of wearing them at work, they sounded great, but the metal band that went over my head had too much pressure on my head and I left work with a headache. SO I tried the Bose QCII wireless headphones. They are awesome. I can take calls through my phone on them, The noise canceling is excellent. The sound quality is great. I liked them so much I got a second pair for my better half. We were on a pane this weekend and through the Bose app, paired both headphones to the iPad and watched the same rented movie together! That was an awesome feature! I was worried about the battery life, but I use it daily at work for 75% of my day and the battery lasts me all week. It charges off of the USB port in my computer in a very quick time. At first I thought that would be a hassle, nut plugging into an outlet, but the USB port does just fine. If I were to have any complaint, I would say the max volume is more of a 9 than a 10. BUT with the noise canceling I rarely think about the soft levels. While I'm at work, I never listen to the sound full blast anyway because I'm concentration on work. ... More

Wonderful, except...

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Jan 16, 2020

Reviewed by Laura on B&H Photo Video

This was bought as a gift for my husband, but it seems to require setting it up with a smart phone app via the bluetooth, and my husband still uses his trusty flip phone, so he traded me for my old Bose headphones, which connect strictly via cord and don't have a special app. I do a lot of listening when working at my computer, and love how if I walk away, I don't lose a beat and am not suddenly dragged back by the cord. But sometimes I like using the noise cancellation without listening to anything--I can focus on my work when I cancel out all the little noises in my surroundings. But these headphones automatically turn off after a minute or so when they're not actively playing music. Also, I do not use Apple Music. My old headphones connect to my iPhone or computer and control my old iTunes as far as fast forwarding. These headphones do not have the control that allowed me to skip to the next song, nor do they seem to work with iTunes at all. I'm not interested in upgrading to Apple Music, so I find that irritating. ... More

Best ANC headphones

Bose QuietComfort QC35 II Over-Ear Wireless Headphones Black

Bose QuietComfort QC35 II Over-Ear Wireless Headphones Black

Oct 17, 2017

Reviewed by Brian on Argos

Sounds as good as the previous model, same for the noise cancellation. The Assistant works well, triggers all on the headphones not on your phone like normal long press triggers on other headphones. It reads out notifications and the Assistant via voice, like asking it questions, is really quick and works well. Very comfortable to wear as expected from Bose and the battery last more than advertised. Sound quality is spot on for my liking.

Expensive and lacking

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Apr 19, 2018

Reviewed by Kerry on B&H Photo Video

Ordering and receiving the headsets was flawless. These are my third generation of Bose nose cancelling headsets, replacing a QC II for which I can no longer get replacement ear cups. The QC 35 comes in a nice carrying case, a bit smaller but thicker than previous version. Pairing the first time with my iPad (using the app) and my iPod (without the app) was easy. The reason for not giving the headset five stars is due to poor Bose customer support and compatibility. The QC 35 fails to pair with my Google Pixel 2 and apparently any Android device on the most current release. These are very expensive headsets where Bose has dedicated a button for Google Assist, one would think they are keeping current with Android releases. After spending hours and reading through many suggestions, I found a buried link where the problem was acknowledged with Google saying it would be corrected in a future release. Even if it is a Google problem, Bose should have been more upfront about the problem and the situation doesn't bode well for future support or compatibility problems. ... More

would've been 5 stars if FW update did not break things...

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Apr 3, 2020

Reviewed by William on B&H Photo Video

When I got the headphone back in 2018, I did not install the Bose app on my Android-based phone, and the headphone worked really well and I was pretty happy with it overall. About 4 months later, I made the mistake of loading the Bose app just to see what it does, and everything went downhill shortly after that. The problem is the Bose app will check for FW updates and then automatically download it to the headphone without asking, and there is no way to go back to the older version(s). After the last FW update around late 2019, the bluetooth connection to the laptop I use (HP Zbook 14 with integrated BT) became very intermittent and will have a tendency to disconnect even when I sit in front of the laptop doing work, and also the BT range seems to be noticeably shorter than before. Extremely disappointed and I might look into the Sony model that is often compared-to as the replacement to this one. ... More

Best headphones I have ever tried

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Dec 9, 2018

Reviewed by Pallavi on B&H Photo Video

I hate over the head headphone, I prefer in ear styles just because of the sheer bulkiness of over the head styles. I got this for someone who is not in the country right now and asked me to test these headphones till we can meet. So I tried it on, these are THE BEST headphones I have ever tried. I do have the QC25 which I got for my dad some 4 years back, they still run like new (I had to change the ear pads once a couple of years back). But this one - QC35 - is far better in terms of mobility. The bluetooth works at long ranges. The battery holds up for long. And yes, the noise cancelling feature - it blocks out everything! I didnt know there was so much of white noise at my work place till I tried these headphones. I just switch the noise cancelling on and work, it helps me concentrate better. These headphones would probably be even better if they came with a charging case like the soundsport feee :) Overall I love them. ... More

Bose noise-canceling headphones are more important than air

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Apr 28, 2021

Reviewed by Robert on B&H Photo Video

If there is one thing that a resident of New York City needs it's a pair of Bose noise-canceling headphones. Oh sure, a Bose unit will play beautiful music and give the owner all the benefits of Bose quality, but what about tuning out on the subway, or on a bus, or those places where intrusive noise doesn't remind someone of a weekend in the county? And how about the big one, the Number One of all noise canceling necessities in The Big Apple -- the ability to cancel out those 35-year-old noisy neighbors who still haven't figured out they don't live in a college dorm any more ? With Bose noise-canceling headphones the user can settle into Yankee Stadium or Madison Square Garden in near blissful tranquility. Maybe a little Mozart or Vivaldi can be piped for that contrast that is a hallmark of the big city. And to cap off the experience? How about an Espresso with an extra shot of cream? Godere! ... More

Excellent sound

Bose QuietComfort QC35 II Over-Ear Wireless Headphones Black

Bose QuietComfort QC35 II Over-Ear Wireless Headphones Black

Nov 8, 2018

Reviewed by Les on Argos

Fantastic sound , bought these to replace my 15 years old QC 3’s . I am so impressed and amazed that the noise cancelling has even improved from what I already thought was perfect . Light to wear , stlhlish , packs smaller than my old ones . Don’t use the assistant feature as I am an iOS user but that same buttons works with Siri so result . It would be good to have a usb charger and an aircraft adapter in the box but not a biggy for me as I have them from my previous set . ... More

As expected, Bose quality...

Bose QuietComfort QC35 II Over-Ear Wireless Headphones Black

Bose QuietComfort QC35 II Over-Ear Wireless Headphones Black

Aug 13, 2020

Reviewed by Cliff71 on Argos

I already own the Sony WH-XM300 and now these. Both are awesome headphones with excellent noise cancelling. Why these, simple, I need noise cancelling when I go to sleep and these keep out the non-stop traffic. I would use the Sony but they have nice touch sensitive earphones (volume, calling etc.) which would be set off every time I move. These Bose headphones have better placed buttons (for sleeping that is) allowing me to fall asleep without accidentally calling people!

Poor quality overall

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Dec 3, 2018

Reviewed by Dren on B&H Photo Video

Sound great when they work. When connected via bluetooth has about a quarter to half a second sound delay. Makes watching youtube or playing games a terrible experience. The action button stopped working now. Bluetooth pairing doesnt always work, keep having to try multiple times. As a note my $25 chepo bluetooth headphones fo not experience any of the problems mentioned above. Tech support was less than helpful. They said they have not heard of the issues Im facing and I should return the headphones. However a quick google search shows others have similar issues... even on their own forums with moderators responding. RMA opened with B&H. ... More

Bose is the top of this technology

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Dec 12, 2018

Reviewed by James on B&H Photo Video

I have edit suites that are my responsibility to maintain. The suites are far from being noise isolated. With air conditioner noise and Air handlers on the other side of the wall, mixing audio can become guesswork. This is the second pair of these I have purchased for our editors. The experience is surreal when they are turned on. It sucks all the noise of the room so that you are left with the audio in our sequences. A perfect way to isolate an edit to make it precise. Helps maintain focus and doesnt squeeze your ears after prolonged use. A great investment for the happiness of our creative people. ... More

Very comfortable, good noise reduction, decent audio quality

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones (Black)

Jan 17, 2021

Reviewed by Daniel on B&H Photo Video

I chose these over the Bose 700 headphones which I compared with the QC35ii at a local big box electronics/appliance store. Although the 700 seemed better overall (noise reduction and audio quality), I couldn't justify the extra cost. Well, now that I have the QC35ii, I really love them! The sound quality is nowhere near as good as my wired Sennheiser and HD600 Benchmark DAC combination but very satisfying for the purpose of being able to walk around the house and listen to music from my iphone and iMac. Because the earpads have to seal well around the ears for noise reduction, they do get a little sweaty after an hour or two. I have to let them air dry which recharging before putting them back in the case. The bluetooth distance cuts out if I get more than about 20 feet from my computer, but that's ok for me. ... More

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