ExpBose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones @ Massgenie

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$249.99 (reg. $349.95)

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Lose noise and wires. Lose yourself in the music. 

These headphones are the product of more than 40 years of noise cancelling obsession. So how did Bose make its best even better? Now, you can adjust the level of noise cancellation on the QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II. Block out the world around you. Or let in some of your surroundings. You decide. 

Now with the Google Assistant built in. 

QuietComfort wireless headphones II are engineered with world-class noise cancellation. And now they’re even better. With the Google Assistant built-in, you can play music, receive texts, and get answers without glancing at your phone. 

BOSE + VOICE. Now you’re talking 

QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II have the Google Assistant built right in. That means you can play music, receive texts, manage your daily tasks, and get answers—all with your voice. Just press and hold the Action button, and start a conversation with your Assistant. And the QC35 II headphones still feature our world-class noise cancelling technology that blocks noise and lets you lose yourself in your music. 

No Google? No Problem 

If you’re not a Google user, don’t worry. Amazon Alexa will be available soon! Once Alexa is available, simply update your software through the Bose Connect app to have access to both virtual personal assistants and choose which one you prefer just say the word. And if voice commands aren’t your thing, you can use the Action button to adjust your level of noise cancellation between three settings. 

Flip the switch. Get the feeling. 

You know the feeling. The kind you get when the rest of the world melts away and you’re transported to a place where it’s just you and your music. With our Acoustic Noise Cancelling technology, you feel it at the flip of a switch. It continuously measures, compares and reacts to outside noise, then cancels it with the opposite signal. 

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