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Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 — Wireless, Bluetooth, Over Ear Headphones with Built-In Microphone for Clear Calls & Voice Control, Silver Luxe
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- Powerful noise cancelling headphones: 11 levels of active noise cancelling let you enjoy music, podcasts, videos & calls without distractions
- Astonishing sound: Crisp, clear details. Deep, full bass. These wireless headphones produce exciting, lifelike sound that's full and balanced at every volume level
- Unrivaled voice pickup: A revolutionary microphone system adapts to noisy and windy environments so your voice always sounds crystal clear on calls
- Keep your head up and hands free: With easy access to voice assistants like Alexa and Google Assistant for music, navigation, weather, and more, and intuitive touch control on the earcups you can stay connected without reaching for your phone
- Premium design and comfort: With a lightweight stainless steel headband and earcups tilted for the perfect fit, you can comfortably wear these bluetooth headphones for hours
- Up to 20 hours of non stop music: Get up to 20 hours of wireless battery life on a single charge
- One touch to listen to Spotify: Instantly listen to your last Spotify session or discover new music by tapping and holding the right earcup. Currently only available when using iOS devices with your headphones
- Batteries : 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5.08 x 16.51 x 20.32 cm; 250.04 Grams
- Date First Available : 10 June 2019
- Manufacturer : Bose
- ASIN : B07Q4QK379
- Item model number : 794297-0300
- Country of origin : China
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Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700
Instant home office.
Turn any space into the perfect place to listen to music, make phone calls, or get work done. Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 reinvent what true wireless headphones are — and redefine what they can be.
An adaptive mic system for superior voice pickup.
Bose headphones 700 feature an unrivaled microphone system that picks up and isolates your voice while cancelling the noise around you. You’ll hear and be heard like never before. These headphones are also optimized for Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant.
Whether you’re listening at low volumes or really want to turn it up, your music sounds just as it should.
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On a pro side, it does drown home sounds from the kitchen, vacuum cleaner etc. However, it stays on my head only if my head is upright. Downward movement of the head dislodges the over-the-head piece and puts strain on the ears. Tried using it while doing some light household chores and that was a total disaster. So forget using this for workouts or activities where your head moves a lot.
Experience in office has not been very satisfactory as it picks up all human voices and kind of amplifies it into my ear as well as any call that is ongoing. Definitely not what you would want in a meeting.
In summary this may still be the best noise cancelling headphones available in the market, however it does a half-hearted job when it comes to calls. Given the cost and performance I will give it 7 out of 10 points.
Excellent audio quality (after all, it is Bose)
Two devices can stay connected at the same time (can be a nuisance at times)
Sits comfortably over the ears (tried up to 4 hours at a stretch and ears felt a bit warm)
Good microphone (picks up your voice even when speaking softly)
Excellent at blocking out household sounds and general noise
Battery life is as promised (gets me through the working week with roughly 4 hours usage per day)
Picks up and amplifies human noise around you (can get quite irritating)
A bit slow to start up (apple ear pods scores big time here)
Primitive app (useless except for the initial setup)
Initial setup could be a challenge and could require a few attempts
Covering of the ear piece feels flimsy. Always fearful that my beard stubble could tear it (hope it is made of sterner stuff than that)
Easily dislodged if you move your head around
Notifications are highly irritating (thankfully this can be turned off)
Touch panel for volume control is quite responsive. Not so much for the play/pause buttons.
The music quality is just right for me, I have been looking for noise-canceling headphones that don't give off my eardrums at a later age, good for classical music.
Improvements: Do not sit well on the head when turning or tilting the head, can’t be used while charging, have interruptions (short silent pauses) if they are connected to two devices at the same time.
Conclusion: despite those inconveniences these Bose headphones are still a good product and worth a purchase
Only major issue is the lack of buttons, meaning that most settings are controlled via the Bose app. The touch controls are adequate, but need some getting used to, especially for someone coming in from the more tactile button experience. The hard-shell case is also very nice and has premium feel, and the magnetic compartment for cables is a nice touch.
The silver looks the most futuristic though...... Gotta admit.
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Since 2012, bluetooth wireless has become mainstream. My daily phone (Oneplus 6T) doesn't even have a headphone jack and I had to use an adapter to connect my old headphones. This wasn't a major concern, neither was the wire, as I only really use my headphones with my Google Pixel C tablet when sat still on the train. When moving around I usually use a set of Plantronic earphones, which are more suited to walking and running than a heavy pair of cans.
By 2018 I'd worn out one of the two included headphone cables and had ordered my third paid or earpad cushions - I use these headphones every working day a couple of hours. The headphones were visibly as new and fully functional, but some parts simply worn out after some 3500+ hours of use and I suspected the noise cancellation wasn't as good as it used to be.
So I started looking around at options. I liked some functions of the Microsoft Surface headphones, but they didn't quite tick all the boxes for me. The Sony headphones were getting great reviews, but would only connect to one device over Bluetooth - given the entry cost of these devices I wanted to make sure I was somewhat "future proof" and a single device seemed a bit limited. I also wanted USB-C charging, which the older Bose headphones didn't have. My phone and tablet are both USB-C so I wasn't going back there.
Enter the Bose 700 Noise Cancelling headphones which appeared to tick all the boxes for me:
- Bluetooth wireless including "HD Audio: AAC" support.
- Touch controls for volume, track skip etc
- Class leading noise cancellation including a button to disable temporarily if somebody like cabin crew or train guard need to talk to you momentarily.
- 20 hour battery life - well in excess of my tablet and enough to get me over a week between charging.
- Google assistant (and Alexa) support. Don't expect to use this much but it's there should be usage change.
- High quality phone call options - again, not expecting to use much but a nice to have for many.
- Can connect to multiple (two) bluetooth sources concurrently.
So I ordered the NC 700 and eagerly awaited delivery.
On arrival I took them out of the box and they were exactly how I expected. My old QC-15 only had one switch but these looked much cleaner, especially in the black finish vs the old silver. The new band design is pretty stylish and works well. The size adjustment is different but works well and I find the 700s sit on my head nicely for hours without any discomfort. If you have a larger head, the headphones won't fit back in the case without sliding the band back first - this is fairly easy but I guess could get annoying if you used a lot and were at the larger end of the adjustment. The mechanism is also a little "loose" which, while they won't change size in use at all, may rattle a little if you were walking in them. I don't plan to move around so no concern for me however.
I'd read about a LOT of problems with the app needed to set the headphones, but these were largely from early adopters and the app has since been updated, fixing a lot of the issues. Also most of the problems were from Apple iPhone uses, I'm an Android guy. I expect I'll be fine...
Seems I spoke too soon. Bose didn't quite get this right. I downloaded the "Bose Music" app easily enough and registered to use - something that shouldn't be necessary. I used my Facebook login to activate the app, rather than having a dedicated username/password for Bose.
App fully activated, I turned on the headphone and they were detected right away by the app. So far, so good. Then the app tries to automatically pair the device with your phone. It didn't work. Not much troubleshooting, just said it had failed. Tried again, failed. Being a techie, I then decided to go to my phone's bluetooth settings and pair them manually. I had to turn the headphones off and on again, to get them back into pairing mode and visible on the phone's bluetooth interface, but pairing worked first time. I could then use the Connect button in the app and view all the settings. OK, we're good to go.
I put the headphones on and pressed play on some music in Spotify. Worked first time, all good and audio quality (whilst subjective) as good as I expected and no major concern when compared to my old QC-15. I'd heard some concerns about bass levels etc but these are just fine for me - they aren't going to give Beats levels of thumping bass though, thankfully.
My phone prompted to finish completion of the Google Assistant function, I tested that and it worked well. You press a dedicated physical button on the headphones for this although I understand you can just say "Alexa" and it will trigger without a button push - may not be useful in public! I was surprised how quietly I could speak and be heard though.
I tested different noise cancellation levels and the ability to hold the NC button down when somebody walked up to my desk. This function is great, but a little slow. Somebody walks up and starts to talk, you reach for the button, can't find it right away as they are new, and then when you finally hold down the button it takes about 1.5 secs to mute the music and switch off the noise cancellation. It's quicker to take them off so the feature just misses the mark for me - I may look at reprogramming the button so I can just kill it in one click, but this won't pause the music. Turning the headphones off also won't work as then the external sound will remain muffled, and turning off also takes a second - playing a shutdown chime as it does so. So it's great if you want to talk to somebody else and press the button before doing so, but a bit of hassle if somebody taps you on the shoulder before you see them coming. Maybe this will improve with a future update. The noise cancellation overall is superb though, and a marked improvement on the QC-15. I put this down to newer tech with more microphones and better foam cushioning that works better around my glasses.
The touch controls are working very well. Double tap to play/pause, swipe for volume or track skip. So far they work well for me and I haven't had any failed or phantom touches, despite hot, sweaty hands in a heatwave - will update the review if this happens.
Battery life is what it said on the box, they arrived with about 4 hours of charge - the battery meter in the app doesn't refresh immediately though which confused me after they'd been on charge a while and it didn't appear to have gone up. I understand a 15 minute charge will give you three hours of listening time, which is good if you forget to charge them and only have a little while before running for your train. I haven't validated the 20 hours of life but I don't expect to be disappointed here. No, you can't use them while connected to the charger, I tried.
While testing the music, my phone rang and the headphones immediately alerted me by not only ringing but also telling me who was calling without having to look at my phone. Handy. I answered the call with a double tap and began to talk. The caller had no idea I was on my headphones and I could hear them clearly in a "centre stage" position with noise cancellation meaning I couldn't hear the office noise around me. It led to a very clear, comfortable phone call and it made me realise I'd use them a lot more for this function than expected. I can watch videos on my tablet and, should my phone ring halfway through, I'll be able to take the call without taking off my headphones. Perfect.
Which leads me onto the multiple device support. I installed the Bose Music app on my tablet and signed in using the Facebook credentials I'd used last time. It saw my headphones and tried to pair with them, again badly. Being familiar with the process I turned on the headphone, then held down the power button for a second or so until I heard a voice prompt "ready to pair another device". All paired up, I played a video on my tablet. I heard audio, but bad, choppy broken up audio. Like interference you would get with a bad signal, but the devices were next to each other. I tried music on my phone again, all good. Back to my tablet - broken. Totally unusable. I turned everything off and on again. Hold on it's working. Perhaps it was a fluke problem. Then I noticed I hadn't entered my pin code on my phone, when I did it completed booting and the Bose NC 700 announced "Oneplus 6T connected" and the tablet audio died again. I could use one, or the other, but not both - pretty useless given the multiple device support I'd bought them for.
A Google search revealed I wasn't alone with this issue and it wasn't limited to Android to tablets. I found a couple of people trying to connect a Macbook as a second device without success. All suffered from the same broken, stuttering audio. I searched some more and found a reference to a firmware update for these headphones. What version was I using? I looked in the app for a reference to it.
Open the Bose Music app, find your headphones, turn them on, then use the "Connect" button. Randomly at this point the app will make you go through the "ready to connect another device" function again. I just had to when reproducing the steps for this review. It's now showing battery life as 20hrs 14mins and hadn't finished charging when I turned them on. Once connected tab the picture to go through to the device details and then click the "settings" button". Scroll down the list and towards the bottom is "Technical Info". Tapping this will show the firmware version, manufacturing date etc. I was running 22.214.171.1243.47372cb but then it displayed that it was downloading an update. No prompt, no "do you want to update?", it just did it. Music carried on playing during the process but I couldn't stop it.
I have no idea where it downloaded the update from but it was sloooow. It took around one hour to complete. Don't turn the headphones off, it will stop and you may have to start again. Don't try it on another device to see if it will go quicker, you'll just have to start again - I did. Just wait.
After the wait I had been updated to version 126.96.36.1994.be3bf4b - the headphones had to reboot for this, so music was stopped momentarily. I'n now on the latest version, but did it fix my problem?
I tried music from my phone, all good. I tried video on my tablet, audio still broken. I turned off bluetooth on my phone, tablet audio fixed. Phone back on, tablet audio broken. It was better in that I didn't have to reboot to fix the fault each time it happened, but I still couldn't connect two devices at the same time. Should I send them back?
One last Google around, I found similar problems people were having with the old Bose QC35 headphones. These had suggested updating the software and then performing a factory reset on the headphones - a process which required a button that doesn't exist on the NC 700. So I searched for a reset procedure for the NC 700 and found one that would clear the Bluetooth settings. Process as follows:
Turn the headphones off.
On your phone, go into Bluetooth settings and delete the NC 700 headphones.
On your tablet and any other devices, go into Bluetooth settings and delete the NC700 headphones.
Turn the headphones on, while wearing.
Press and hold down the power button for 10+ settings, ignoring other prompts, until you hear "bluetooth device list cleared".
Now open the Bose Music App on your phone. Try to connect to your headphones, it will try to pair them again. Mine failed like it did the first time but I tried and tried until is succeeded. DO NOT pair them using your phone settings. Let the app do it. Once successful, do the same on your other device. Now test.
Since doing this, my set-up has been flawless. But it took far too long to get to the this point, using the combined knowledge or myself, some forum posts about these headphones, some posts about older headphone and some guess work. But we're working, finally.
So, on to the scoring...
For £349 these should be five star headphones. In fairness, they probably are, but the software lets them down. I only got these working as I'm a real techie and I refuse to give up - they'll get a lot of faulty returns and rightly so.
I've taken a whole star off for the bad app that won't even run in landscape mode on my tablet. The pairing process is a joke and should have been easier - most headphone manufacturers get you to use the device native pairing on your phone or tablet, this would likely have been easier for most owners.
The other star I've taken off for a combination of the following:
1) Bluetooth audio isn't as high quality as that with a wire. Other wireless technologies exist but aren't supported by this device. The HD audio support also seems to be a bit hit and miss, sometimes the option doesn't appear on my phone/tablet after connecting. The headphones are capable of better quality than the bluetooth connection allows.
2) The headphones can't be charged while laying flat in the case.
3) You can't use the headphones while connected to the charger - rare use care, but why not?
4) The noise cancelling override function takes a little too long to engage.
5) The case zipper is too long and it's hard to fully open whilst holding them. Hard to explain, but you'll know the first time you try to open them. The case folds open like a book and the spine isn't long enough.
6) Compulsory registration with Bose - should not be needed.
7) Software update wasn't automatic and would fix many issues if this happened during first time set-up.
8) Switching playback source devices could be easier. If I want to go from music on my phone, to video audio on my tablet, the process is a bit of a fiddle.
So, five star headphones with 1.5 stars of niggles. I'd have given these 3.5 stars but, without that option, I gave them a 3 rather than a 4. I'll update this review if any of these things improve. I'm also happy to answer any questions posted to this page if I've missed anything - although can't answer Apple issues.
I'm happy with the headphones now, with no plans to return, but they don't justify the entry price until some of these niggles are fixed.
Geräuschunterdrückung: Absolut hervorragend! Sehr sehr viele Maschinen- und Rumpelgeräusche, Rauschen, Tastaturtippen werden exzellent unterdrückt.
Soundqualität: Gut, in den Höhen unruhig. Bässe eher normal, nicht zu wuchtig. Insgesamt aber nicht richtig rund. Dennoch: Im Zusammenspiel mit der Geräuschunterdrückung absolut akzeptabel auch für Musikgenuss. Für Sprache einwandfrei.
Bluetooth-Verbindung: Sehr stabil und zuverlässig. Bisher keine Abbrüche erlebt.
Mikro: noch nicht getestet
Fazit: Zwang zum Benutzerkonto für App-Verwendung mit übergroßem Vertragswerk und Standortfreigabe führt zur Abwertung auf einen Stern. Andere Headsets mit gleichem Komfort können das auch ohne all dies.
1. Sony WH-1000XM3
2. Bose QC35 II
3. Bose NC 700
I did some research and found that the battery life from the Sony's were 30hrs compared to the 20hrs on the Bose, (to be honest though, that wasn't really a dealbreaker as realistically there won't be a situation were I will be using the headphones for 30hrs straight without having the opportunity to charge it beforehand).
comfort: (no question)
1. Bose QC35 II's (just unrivalled, can't even feel it)
2. Bose NC 700 (clamping force uncomfortable in the beginning, however after wearing for 5 hours, maybe even more comfortable or just as comfortable as QC 35II's)
3. Sony WH-1000XM3 (In my opinion, cramped, ears touch the inside of the headphones, Bose really just are the best)
1. Bose NC 700 (sleek, futuristic, seamless)
2. Sony WH-1000XM3 (pretty good looking)
3. Bose QC35 II (just s a bit of an outdated look)
features: (Bose VS Sony)
- can connect up to 2 devices at once (EXTREMELY helpful)
- Matches Sony's conversation mode
- Matches Sony's touch gestures
- App really does work well for me (IDK why people says it doesn't work, it works perfectly for me)
- More noise cancelling levels
- Tells you actual battery life time left improvement from QC35 II
- AI thing that helps noise cancellation
- CALL QUALITY! mics (best in any headphone)
- Case compartment for wires and cables (huge+ and improvement from QC35 II)
- Better app, configure sound
- Conversation mode without buttons
- touch gestures
1. Sony (just can't beat the bass)
2. Bose NC 700's (actually a noticeable sound improvement from QC35 II)
3. Bose QC35 II (still pretty good though)
1. Sony (£267.10) (great value)
2. Bose NC 700 (£349) (kinda expensive and overpriced considering lack of improvement (although not bad))
3. Bose QC35 II (£259) (OG pretty good)
Now, you are probably trying to decide what to get and don't want to make a wrong decision (now don't worry if you don't like it. You can return it within 30 days of purchase because amazon is reliable and great with customer service.
I am personally sticking to my Bose NC 700, as comfort is extremely important, but so are the new features from the new Bose. It looks great and the sound quality is great. I will always also be loyal to Bose, as they are my all time favourite headphone company.
But if you are on a budget, and still want great headphones then the obvious choice would be the Sony WH-1000XM3.
Edit: after using this for a bit, I am deciding to return this item for a number fo reasons.
1. the app doesn't connect well
2. It's a massive pain to retract and extend the headphone length every time you pack it!
3. you have to be really careful with it when putting it in your bag etc. (looks as if it would scratch easily)
J'ai vu beaucoup de commentaires négatifs et probablement impertinents. Je vais ici donner mon avis objectif sur chaque point important.
Ce casque supporte le Bluetooth 5, ce qui assure une rapidité de connexion parfaite, surtout comparée aux casques bluetooth 4 comme le Bose QC35. En soi, ce détail n'est pas vraiment important, mais voilà.
La qualité sonore est excellente. Remarquablement supérieure à celle du Bose QC35 par exemple. On discerne avec une clarté remarquable absolument chaque détail sonore de n'importe quelle musique. (Vous essayerez sur une musique douce des années 80, on entend absolument tout, respiration, pédales du piano, mouvements de vêtements)
La réduction active est incontestablement meilleure que sur le Bose QC35. Je ne peux pas la comparer à celle du Sony WH-1000XM3 car je ne l'ai pas essayé, mais j'ai du mal à croire qu'elle puisse lui être supérieure, au mieux équivalente. Bose maîtrise cette technologie depuis le début et a probablement une meilleure expérience. Toutefois cela n'est pas un fait, je préfère ne rien affirmer.
La batterie tient effectivement les 20 heures en bluetooth avec l'isolation sonore au maximum, rien à dire de plus.
L'application est fonctionnelle mais pourrait être meilleure. Elle met du temps à réussir à se connecter au casque alors que celui-ci est pourtant déjà connecté à l'appareil. Un conseil : ne touchez à rien et laissez-la charger, même si c'est long. Sinon elle prendra encore plus de temps. Bose a du travail à faire là-dessus.
La charge en USB de type C est extrêmement pratique, on peut utiliser le même chargeur que pour son téléphone (s'il est récent et sous Android), sinon un câble USB classique à USB C est fourni.
Un câble Jack vers le casque est également fourni afin d'en faire un casque filaire classique. Cela retire toutes les latences liées aujourd'hui au bluetooth.
Là où ce Bose 700 pèche est dans son design élégant qui en fait un casque avec une mauvaise prise en main. Il est très beau, très soigné et très doux, mais semble aussi frêle et fragile. Toutefois sur la tête il tient très bien et est léger ; on ne le remarque même pas.
Le son est aussi très bien confiné dans le casque, contrairement à ce que dit un autre commentaire. Exceptionnellement mieux que dans le Bose QC35 par exemple. Je peux écouter de la musique presqu'au seuil de douleur des oreilles sans qu'un seul son ne puisse être perçu dans une pièce avec une fenêtre ouverte par exemple. Réellement aucun. J'ai une bonne ouïe.
Les contrôles sont extrêmement intuitifs, une petite salle tactile invisible permet de changer le volume, passer à la musique précédente/suivante et mettre en pause avec des gestes simples et une fluidité surprenante.
Un bouton permet aussi de mettre en pause la musique et de désactiver la réduction de bruit pour entrer dans une discussion courte, sans devoir retirer le casque. Je l'utilise tout le temps, c'est très pratique.
Ce casque vaut-il 400€ ? La vraie question est : avez-vous 400€ à dépenser. Si non, achetez le Sony dont je parle plus haut. 150€ moins cher pour une valeur probablement équivalente est un bon choix.
Si votre âme est chez Bose, vous ne le regretterez pas. Je peux dire sans avoir peur de mentir que ce casque est le meilleur casque du marché, quelle que soit votre activité.