Bose QuietComfort? 700 Wireless Headphones Review

Bose's noise cancelling technology will help block out ambient sounds and the rumble from aircraft engines. It also produces a range premium wireless headphones.

The latest Bose Sport Earbuds Truly Wireless are slimmer and more sleek than the QuietComfort? buds, with superior microphones for calls. They are also sweat-proof, and come with a charging case.

Active Noise Cancellation

Bose QuietComfort? headphones are known for their excellent noise cancellation. However Bose also offers an array of high-quality headphones that don't require or offer this feature. The products typically come at the premium end of the market and make use of top materials, however, they're also light, sweat-resistant and comfortable enough to last for long listening sessions.

The 700s flagship model is a wonderful example. They come with an upgraded eight-microphone system (six to cancel sound, and two for picking up voice) and 11 customizable ANC modes that allow you to hear the world around you or block it out completely. They also have a "Conversation Mode" button that lets you temporarily pause your music to make a call or make a quick announcement.

Bose TruSleeve? is another excellent feature. It's a removable cover that wraps around your neck and sits on top of your ear to block out noise when you're out and out and about. It's available for all QuietComfort? products and can be customized with the app to suit your lifestyle and ears.

Comparing the 700s with our top choice, Sony WH1000XM5, they offer a much better microphone for phone calls. This makes them an excellent choice for those who take calls frequently and need to be heard clearly moving around.

You can connect the headphones to your mobile device with Bluetooth 4.2 and Bose's exclusive A2DP protocol. They are compatible with aptX Adaptive and aptX HD, making the perfect option for audiophiles with sources that support these high-quality wireless codecs. Bose also includes a 2.5 mm to 3.5 millimeter cable for wired listening, and they're optimized for both Google Assistant and Alexa. The headphones have a battery lasts up to 20 hours, and an USB-C charging port on the right earcup.

Sound Quality

Bose is known for its noise cancellation technology that can effectively block out office chatter and the roar of plane engines. But the brand also has earbuds and headphones that are of good quality as well. All models are compatible with Bose Connect (older models). They provide a range of options such as the ability to adjust the audio and battery monitoring, as well as customizable controls and listening modes. They're also compatible with all platforms and work with Apple, Android and Windows devices.

The QuietComfort45 headphones are Bose’s most immersive wireless over-ear headphone. They use Bluetooth 5.1 to provide multi-point pairing, with a USB-C port for charging on the bottom of one cup. The headphones come with a cable with a 3.5mm plug at the other end, which is suitable for wired listening. They also come with an ANC button located on the left earcup. You can set the ANC to three levels via the app, and turn on hear-through modes for ambient sounds.

The headphones are light and designed to be worn for long periods. They have soft cushions which are comfortable to wear. The sound is vibrant and bright and has a solid bass response that's well-controlled. The treble doesn't sound as crisp as you'd get from top-rated competitors like the Sony WH-1000XM4 or Jabra Elite 85H, however it's punchy enough for most music genres.

They also have a fantastic microphone that allows hands-free calls and an assistant for voice which does a good job of distancing your voice from background noise when you answer questions. Bose Connect apps and Bose Music allow you to alter the audio settings and even customize EQ. The Bose voice, which tells you about things like battery status and whether you're connected, is a little robotic, compared to the more natural voices found on the Sony and Jabra models.


Comfort is one of Bose's strong suits, whether you're using an over - or on-ear headphone. The Bose headphones are typically comfortable and not too tight on the head. They also have a balanced sound profile, which makes them suitable for a diverse variety of genres. If you're looking to adjust the sound, you'll find that a lot of Bose headphones come with an application that has an EQ graph that helps you fine-tune your music.

The Bose QuietComfort? 45 wireless over-ear headphones are one of the most comfortable headphones we've ever test, featuring a comfortable and soft headband as well as plush earpads. They're extremely light and sweat-resistant and you can listen to them for hours without feeling any discomfort. The earcups can be swiveled around the plastic stems which extend from the headband. This allows for flexibility and helps ensure they are secure around your ear.

In our tests, the Bose QC45s provided impressive noise cancellation and great audio quality. The sound is rich, detailed, and punchy, with clear mids and crisp highs. The headphones have an even mid-range response, so voices are reproduced with great clarity. The only drawback to these headphones is that they do not support the most recent Bluetooth codes, such as aptX Adaptive and LDAC, which allows for lossless playback.

The Bose Sport Earbuds are smaller and more sleek than the company's flagship QuietComfort? Earbuds, making them ideal for working out and running. They have a five-hour battery duration, which is plenty for most workout sessions. The buds come with an integrated microphone and are water resistant. You can control the buds using the remote that comes with them or the companion app. You can use the app to adjust settings for ANC and Bose's Aware Mode.


img width="342" src=""> The 700s don't have physical controls on the ear cups unlike most of Bose's headphones. There's an electronic touch panel on the right ear cup that can be used to swipe and tap your finger. Tap twice to play or pausing, swipe up to raise the volume, and down to lower it, and then forward to skip tracks. A single-tap answers calls, and a double tap rejects an calls that are incoming.

The headset also allows you to toggle the mode known as "aware," which enables the passing of your surroundings. It's a great feature for anyone who wants to be aware of their surroundings while listening to music or making phone calls.

Another feature on the 700s is a motion sensor which shuts down your headphones after a time of inactivity. This is a fantastic feature for people who are easily distracted or forget to turn off their headphones. You can alter the Auto-Off timer settings on your Bose 700 headphones using the Bose Connect app.

The app lets you customize the features of your headphones, including audio settings, noise cancelling levels and the languages used for voice prompts. You can also download updates for your Bose headsets. You might be asked to provide some of your personal information in order in order to use this feature however, that's the norm for this type of application. 's also where you define your Bluetooth connections preferences, and also features a an excellent battery reading feature that lets you know how much charge is remaining in your headphones. You can download the free Bose Connect app from your iOS device's App Store or Google Play. The application requires that your tablet or smartphone be connected via Bluetooth. Once connected, you'll be able to select a profile and find your headset.


Bose headphones are renowned for their ease of use and ability to block the listener from ambient noise. Their sound is generally balanced and flexible enough to work across genres without much tweaking. They are also extremely portable and sturdy. This makes them a great choice to take on trips.

A big part of what makes Bose headphones so popular is their noise cancelling. The NCH700s have 10 levels of noise cancellation, which is impressive even at the highest level. Six of the eight microphones are placed into the headband to help isolate voices from ambient sound. Two of the microphones function as noise-rejection sensors to reduce background hiss and echo during calls.

Unlike some of their competitors, Bose headphones tend to have a simple design with only a handful of buttons on the headband. The left cup features an adjustable noise-cancelling button, and the right cup has switches to power/Bluetooth and launch digital assistants. On the right cup there's a touchscreen that lets you play/pause music, change tracks, and adjust volume using a few simple gestures.

Bose's headphones are well-suited to use on the move with the majority of models that are on and over-ear offering ample padding to ensure an ideal fit. They're also very light and portable making them an excellent option for traveling. Bose's wireless headphones don't block out as much background noise as some of their competitors. This isn't an issue for everyone of us, particularly since Bose also makes active noise cancelling earbuds for exercise (like the QuietComfort? Earbuds II Truly Wireless). This lets you keep track of your surroundings while enjoying the ease of listening to your favorite music.

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