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Every good traveler brings a handful of things with them whenever they walk onto an airplane. For me, I never go anywhere without my Bose Quiet Comfort (QC) 35 noise canceling headphones. Whether I am flying in First Class or Economy or any cabin in between, they are always useful. No longer having to hand airline lended headphones an hour before landing is a huge benefit to purchasing and carrying your own pair, but that isn’t the only benefit. Your own pair usually has much better sound quality than airlines and you can ensure they are always clean.
I have tried the “industry best” Sony WH1000XM3 but for me the Bose QC 35 have remained the gold standard in noise cancelling headphones. From comfort to sound to build quality they have been worth every penny expensive penny at $349. The Bose QC 35 came out in 2016 and since then there has been lots of technological improvements so I am happy that Bose just announced the newest member of the noise canceling headphone line the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700.
The Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 will feature:
- USB-C Charging
- Up to 20 hours of battery life
- Four microphones to isolate your voice and “dramatically improve” quality
- Better noise cancelation from the QC 35
- Ability to more easily transition from full isolation to full transparency
- Intuitive based touch controls
- Voice assistants controls for Alexa and Google Assistant as well as Siri
Bose also teased new noise cancelling wireless earbuds which they say will be available in 2020.
Do you plan on buying a pair of Bose Noise Canceling headphones?
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