Bose QC Earbuds Review: High-Performance Audio


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Our Bose QC Earbuds review explores the capabilities and performance of this highly-anticipated set of wireless earbuds. It’s comes with several features you won’t find on many wireless earbuds like 11 distinct noise cancelling levels that let’s you control how much of the outside world you can hear while listening to media. Let’s jump right into our Bose QC Earbuds review and explore this and other cool features built into this set of wireless earbuds.

Bose QC Earbuds review: First thoughts

The new QC earbuds are great for anyone who spends most of their day with an earbud in their ear. A full charge gives each bud six hours of playing time and their carrying case contains enough juice to give them another two additional full charges.

Bose QC Earbuds review

It comes with an advanced noise cancellation system that gives you 11 levels of control. You get to decide how much of the outside world you can hear when using the earbuds. One extreme gives you total noise cancellation, while the other allows you to hear everything going on around you as if you didn’t have earbuds in your ears.

As is the case with most earbuds that come with noise cancellation, sound quality is awesome. You get to hear full, deep bass and clear, crisp details. Sounds remain balanced regardless of how high you turn up the volume. There is transparency mode you that allows you to momentarily allow the outside world in for short conversations.

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As far as comfort is concerned, these wireless earbuds designed to be comfortable. The areas that make direct contact with the ear are made from soft silicone. The box comes with 3 ear tips for the best fit possible.

The new Bose earbuds are IPX4-rated, meaning they are resistant to rain, sweat, hail, snow, or sweat.

Instead of buttons, the Bose QC come with touch controls that only require tapping the surface. It connects to your phone via Bluetooth 5.1 and with a range of 30ft. It automatically activates its noise cancellation features whenever you take a call with it.

Pros:

  • Has most of the features you would want in a pair of earbuds buds
  • 30ft. operating range
  • Excellent sound quality and noise cancellation

Cons:

  • Can’t be immersed underwater or used for showers. IPX4 water resistance is designed for light splashes of water

Bose QC Earbuds review verdict: The new QC earbuds provide excellent sound quality and 6 hours of audio for each ear piece. It’s water-resistant enough to handle splashes and rain, but it can’t be used for swimming and other activities that involve immersing your head under. It you’re looking for a budget earbud, there are better options like the BEBEN Wireless Earbuds that cost about the same as a case of beer, yet comes with an IPX68 rating (swimming, showers or diving down to about 1.5m for up to 30 minutes). If all you care about is sound quality and cool features you won’t find on other earbuds, the Bose QC might be right for you. Click here to learn more about the QC earbuds.

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