May 14, 2020
The headphones Bose QuietComfort 35 II look pretty simple but I decided to take a closer look in ord...Read More
Let’s review two models of a famous American brand Bose SoundLink II vs 35 II. The headphones have closed type ear cups, over ear wearing type, and wired and wireless options. Being best known for professional and home audio products, the Bose models represent a great couple to compare.
The headphones Bose SoundLink have 5 hours lower battery life vs 35 II, 15 vs 20 hours, though a longer charging time, 3 vs 2 hours. Speed charge and battery level indicator are available in both the models. AptX and aptX HD are unsupported.
The Bose SoundLink reproduces an amazing sound of balanced highs, mids, and highs. The vocals and instruments are crisp and the bass is right boosted without overpowering.
The natural noise cancelling (unlike the active one of 35 II) blocks the majority of noises around and keeps your music for you at moderate volumes.
The Bose Quiet Comfort 35 II gives a great, strong bass, however it does not dampen highs and mids. The imaging is clear and detailed, but the soundstage is not wide because of its closed design.
Both headphones are very light with 198 and 240 g. Adjustable and padded headband is very comfortable in both models though the foldability of cups is available in 35 II only. The cups swivel to lay flat and fold to take less space and it comes with a hard case for safety in carriage. The cups of SoundLink headphones lay flat only and they come with a soft pouch.
The Bose QuietComfort 35 II is better headphones in this comparison. Check Bose QuietComfort 35 II price