The Future Of Headphones Is Finally Here [VIDEO]

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Bose’s QuietComfort 25 can be considered the most popular headphones out there. They are certainly the best at noise cancellation, which is the easily most important facet of a good pair headphones these days. But it’s 2016, and people are tired of having to plug their headphones into their phones. The world wants Bluetooth.

Finally, Bose has answered the call. This week, the audio giant came out with the QuietComfort 35. It has all the noise-cancelling properties of the QuietComfort 25, but it is wireless. Bluetooth-enabled, you can pair the QuietComfort 35 to your smartphone or other device by voice control.

Bose QualityControl 35 headphones are available now (Photo via Amazon)

Bose QuietComfort 35 headphones are available now (Photo via Amazon)

Bose QuietComfort 35 — available now for $349.99

Given how beloved the QuietComfort 25, it is easy to predict that people will like this product. The QuietComfort 35 has 20 hours of battery life per charge. Furthermore, Bose claims that its microphone technology is hugely upgraded: It will reject any environmental and ambient noise so that the person on the other end can hear nothing but your voice.

The sound quality in these headphones is unparalleled. As Carl, the Abt reviewer, put it: “I was super impressed with how nice these sounded. I listened to a couple of songs that I’ve listened to a bunch of times … but I could hear instruments in the songs I was listening to that I couldn’t even tell were there before.”

WATCH Carl From Abt Rave About The QuietComfort 35:

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