Earlier this month saw the release of the Bose QuietComfort 35, or QC35 as it is better known. These are the latest active noise cancellation headphones from the company and are set to go head-to-head with Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless. In order to see if Bose have done enough to come close to that rival device we have seen several people offer their own opinion, although it takes more than just looking over the specifications.
It’s for this reason why a Bose QuietComfort 35 Vs Sennheiser Momentum review is needed, and a hands-on one at that. We have come across a quick review where Gizmag pits the Bose QC35 against the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless to see just how the two compare.
The new wireless headphones from Bose do have a lot to live up to, especially as the Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless have been voted best in class, but we know Bose have a good track record when it comes to noise cancellation.
Bose did have a good base to start from, and that was the QC25, although its audio was a long way off from what Sennheiser Momentum’s had to offer, and so the new ones do have some ground to make up.
The good news is that the QC35’s do have a better audio quality, although the reviewer still gives the Sennheiser’s the edge. However, when it comes to noise cancellation, Bose wins that round because the sound is pretty much muffled out.
When looking over the outcome of the review it does seem to come down to two things that will make you choose one over the other, either your can forgive some of the audio quality for noise cancellation, or you cannot.