[Le Deal du Jour] Released two years ago, the Bose Headphones 700 are still great wireless headphones with active noise reduction. Today, it has an unbeatable value for money, going from 399 euros to 233 euros on Amazon.
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The Headphones 700 succeeded the QC 35 II and succeeded in pushing the sound experience even further, notably with active noise reduction now on 11 levels, to best adapt to your environment. It is an excellent choice against Sony and its WH-1000XM4, especially today since the wireless headphones from Bose enjoy a discount of over 40% on their original price. Its price then drops from 399 euros to only 233 euros on Amazon.
To better understand the offer
- Is the sound really good?
The Bose Headphones 700 is a premium headset which is currently one of the best references on the market. The sound quality is there, but the marked signature of Bose on the very special mids, can be divisive. If you don’t like it, an equalizer is available from the dedicated app.
Active noise reduction makes the whole thing much more immersive. Here adjustable on 11 levels of cancellation, from 0 to 10, you can then very quickly forget the noises of the metro, the cars honking in the street or the colleagues who are a little too noisy by open-space.
- What else is he doing?
The headset has some features that make the experience easier, such as support for multi-point Bluetooth. Once you taste it, it becomes difficult to do without it because it is so convenient and easy to switch from one device to another, from the smartphone to the computer without disconnection for example. Compatibilities with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Siri are also part of the game. In addition, we also appreciate its ultra fast charging which allows you to enjoy more than 3 hours of listening in just 15 minutes with a USB-C cable.
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