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- QuestionIf the lithium battery dies on you while you are at the Airport, is the battery quickly replaceable? Can you quickly swap out a spare battery when you need one in a hurry? (10 Answers)Answers
- QuestionIs there a delay in listening when listening to tv? (10 Answers)Answers
- QuestionHow is the sound leakage on these headphones? I'm considering buying but I hate when other people can hear them even when volume isn't high (10 Answers)Answers
With over ear headphones you are always going to experience some leakage that's just a downside of the type. So for example in ear headphones have almost no leakage while most on ear and over year will almost always have some especially the louder you play your music. Because the headphones are so amazing at noise cancellation you really don't need to play your music over 50% to hear very clearly. And I would say others wouldn't be able hear your music unless unless you listen around 70-80% volume.
- QuestionIs this comfortable to use while running? (10 Answers)Answers
These are comfortable to wear for long periods of time but I wouldn't wear them while exercising. They are not rated to be sweat, weather, and/or moisture resistant and I hate wearing on-ear and over-the-ear headphones (like these) while exercising as my ears get sweaty and hot. Your best option for Bluetooth exercising headphones are the new Bose SoundSport wireless earbuds. They are moisture resistant, lightweight, wireless, and won't cause your ears to get too hot.
- QuestionCan someone describe the amount of bass these produce? I an not an audiophile but I do like good quality sound with a slightly higher than average amount of bass. I have felt that previous qc headphone have been flat, how do these compare? Thanks. (11 Answers)Answers
So many different answers... It goes to show you that audio quality really is in the ear of the beholder. Personally, I found that these produced adequate bass but it was never overwhelming and they never really "thumped." These definitely aren't headphones for "bass-heads." The QC35's don't produce a flat sound, like the sound that audiophiles/audiophools over want. The bass is boosted as are the highs (producing a commercial v-shaped sound signature) but the bass isn't as pronounced like it is with the Beats Studio Wireless or even the V-Moda Crossfade Wireless headphones (the later being the most bass-heavy). If you didn't like the QC25's, you aren't going to like these. Both had "slightly higher than average" bass output though. It sounds like you want something with even more thump. You aren't really going to find a proper pair of wireless headphones, that have good noise cancellation, and produce large amounts of bass. Yeah, the Beats Studio Wireless headphones technically have noise cancellation but it sucks and might as well not be there. You might want to check out the V-Moda Crossfade Wireless headphones though. They have very pronounced, yet clear bass. I think that they sound better than any wireless headphone currently on the market (even better than the Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 headphones) due to their bass levels. They also have pronounced mids and highs along with a really wide sound stage. But they don't have noise cancellation. You also need to buy the XL earpads ($20) for them as the included earpads are too shallow and become uncomfortable after a short time of listening (less than an hour).
- QuestionCan you listen and charge the headphones at the same time? (10 Answers)
- QuestionThe QC 35 is Bluetooth. I assume they cannot be used on an airplane that requires a cable to plug into their entertainment system? Sorry for the dumb question. (10 Answers)Answers
- QuestionCan you pair with two devices at the same time? i.e. phone and ipad (11 Answers)Answers
- QuestionCan the noise canceling feature be turned off/on? (10 Answers)
- QuestionIs there a way to tell how much charge is left? I hate to recharge too early as this can diminish battery life over time. (10 Answers)Answers
Here is how to check the remaining battery life on the headset: Turn the headset on. Observe the battery indicator below the volume down button and refer to the bulleted lists below - or - listen to the voice prompt announce the headphone battery charge level soon after powering on the headphones. If no lights show but the headset is on, press any button on the headset to activate the LED indicators (indicators turn off after 10 seconds of inactivity to conserve battery life) When not charging: Solid green light: 1 or more hours of battery life remains Solid amber light: 1 or less hours of less battery life remains Blinking red light: The battery should be charged (Note: Bluetooth will not work while charging) When charging: Blinking amber light: Charging Solid green light: Charging complete Solid red light: System not within acceptable temperature range
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