At first glance, you will easily realize that Bose has changed almost all of its familiar designs on the Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700. From now until QC35II, Bose’s active noise-cancelling headphones. have a similar design. There are only very small changes in color or function keys. But in the NC700 Bose has drastically changed its design. This results in a more youthful, modern and feminine product.
Only the above small problems, but if anyone has been using active noise-cancelling headphones, when experiencing the Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700, it will be a bit of a pain. As an active noise-cancelling headset, it is obvious that the users will be people who often move and travel on planes. That’s why mobility, convenience and comfort in use is what I think needs to be put on top.
The first is to talk about noise resistance. Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 have up to 10 different levels of noise cancellation. To use the user must be used with the Bose Music app. However, there is a small problem that I will cover in the next section. If you don’t use the application, you can simply adjust the same 3 levels as on the QC35II. That is maximum, medium and muted noise cancellation.
Another new feature introduced by Bose is Conversation Mode. This is the same feature as Quick Attention on the WH-1000XM3. This mode helps users to wear headphones but still be able to listen and chat with people around.
Fortunately, the Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 have very good call quality. WH-1000XM3 inherently gives good call quality. However, in reality, the Bose NC700 won. According to Bose, they are equipped with up to 4 microphones for conversation. Deserves to be listed in the best headphones at best buy!