This Bose QuietComfort 25 review is about the technical and design features of the mentioned device. This model is wired, however, there are many things that make the appliance pretty comfortable to use. In addition, these headphones are closed-back and over-ear.
With the headphones, you get a AAA battery used to power the device and noise-cancelation. It lasts up to 36 hours. The battery-free listening mode is available. Using voice control, you can call Siri and Google Assistant.
The headphones have a wide soundstage and detailed mid to high frequencies. There is a decent mid-range punch but the lows could use some extra oomph. The highs are nicely detailed with no distortion at higher volumes. The overall presentation is smooth and quite pleasing to the ears.
Speaking of Bose QuietComfort 25 specs, it needs to be noted that the noise-cancelation is pretty good. It can block about 80% of ambient sound when music is off and about 99% when there is some track playing. Consider that there is no way to adjust the noise-reduction level.
The audio cable of the headphones is 120 cm/4 ft long. The device has a 3.5 mm jack connection. In addition, an airplane adaptor jack also comes with Bose QuietComfort 25.
The headphone headband can be adjusted and all the construction can be folded. There is a microphone placed on the cable and a few buttons for volume control. This appliance comes in a limited design.
You get them with a very nice leather carry case. The headphones can be neatly folded and carried wherever you go. Their weight is 195 g/6.9 oz.