Bose QuietComfort 35 II – The best headphones money can buy

(Last Updated On: February 2, 2018)

If you didn’t know yet, I’m a music buff (like millions of ya’ll). So much that I wear the headphones on me all the time. All. The. Time.

I listen to music when I’m working, driving and even while getting sleep. And let me clarify. No one headphone might fit every task.

For example, when I’m on my desk working, I get to listen music (for background ambience) and I might have to take the occasional calls on Skype, Slack etc.

So, my computer (a Macbook pro) is always hooked to my phone (iPhone X) and my headphones are connected to the computer or phone via Bluetooth.

While driving, I recently upgraded to a Blaupunkt Cape Town media hub. The best in league. With two AMPs and 6 component speakers supporting it, listening to music in it is bliss!

At home, on the computer, I own two Bose speakers. It’s the best I could get. I can guarantee that there are no desktop speakers available in the market today that can deliver the kind of base this boy does!

In my living room, I own a Bose Cinema series home theater system. Again, the best. (I did have some trouble with its remote console, which I got replaced once though.)

So, as you can guess, I’m pretty serious about my music. Now, the headphones are something that has always being tricky!

I’ve tried different headphones. The Marshall is one of my favorites.

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Though it’s great for acoustics, it’s not meant for prolonged use and it hurts my ears (physically, cos it’s not over the ear type).

Last new year, I got the Bose QuiteComfort. Man, the best investment I’ve ever made!

Just put them on and you’ll be immersed in to another world! Unplugged to your own music world!

No exaggerating. This baby is the deal.

It fits perfectly on your ears (I’ve got large ears, but still).

It drown out the noise around you like magic! (I sometimes just put it on and go into meditation)

It’s wireless and works like an additional pair of organs on your body!

Now listen, I’m not saying this for the sake of it or I was paid to do this. I take my recommendations seriously. And this piece of technology is truly amazing. Now, wait for it.

Bose has come up with the next generation QuiteComfort! (Wooweeeeeee!!) And it comes with configurable button for Google Assistant! W00000t!!!!!

I think Bose has hit the nail with this baby! I wish I could get my hands on it before anyone else. But I guess it’s only coming out in India, the next few months.

What I really like about Bose QuiteComfort

  • Excellent build quality.
    This is the kind of headphones which if you wear, you feel good.
  • Excellent audio quality.
    If you have high quality audio, you can hear the minutest of details. No tinny noise, no unnecessary boosting.
  • Exceptional utility.
    No wires, no jhanjhat! Dedicated Google Audio Assistant. What more do you need?
  • Stylish.
    I know there are those fancy headphones everyone wears. To be honest, it’s just an overpriced piece of s***. When it comes to audio quality, it sucks. Not Bose.
  • Like, you’re serious and sh**.
    Bose is a brand that is synonymous with premium audio quality. You can’t go wrong with Bose. With some other leading brands, you might end up looking like a teenager wannabe. Not with Bose.

All you guys who are looking for a good piece of headphones, with wireless tech and really quiet design, look no further, the Bose QuiteComfort is the best you can get.

Check out the beauty here.