2016 in Review: Scott’s Top Headphones – Bose QuietComfort 35

BoseQC35The Bose QuietComfort 35 bluetooth headphones are fantastic, and if you’ve read any stories about the best noise cancelling headphones you already know this.

I mention that because I’m not breaking ground here with this opinion, but these things are really good. How do I know that? I bought a pair for myself and when they arrived I let Marisa try them out. She immediately said, “where’s my pair?” and that’s how I ended up buying 2 pairs of these expensive headphones this year.

Setup is easy, the noise cancelling really works, and they sound good. They sound good to me, I should say. I’m not an audiophile, but if you are chances are you aren’t using bluetooth headphones anyway!

If you fly often you should really buy yourself a pair of these things. We took them on our flights to and back from Ireland and they were a dream.

Bb2016This year has sucked, but it hasn’t been all bad.

I’m writing a post per day for the rest of 2016 talking about some of my favorite things this year. Find the rest of the posts in this series here.

One response to “2016 in Review: Scott’s Top Headphones – Bose QuietComfort 35”

  1. Agreed that those are very nice, but with the regularly-$499 Sennheiser Momentum Wireless over-ears on sale for a cheaper-than-Bose $329 at Amazon with much nicer materials and build, better sound quality to my ear, and nearly-as-good noise-canceling, they are also worth a look. I just finished a 12 hour flight with them and was very happy.

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