Are Sennheiser Headphones Really Better Than Bose?
There is a tussle at the top of the headphone market as Sennheiser
and Bose battle to become market leader as we kick off 2019. Sennheiser and
Bose offer truly excellent headphone products that offer a revolutionary sound experience
that other brands of headphone cannot seem to come close to matching, so we
thought we would take a look at both brands latest models to see what we like
and don’t like about each.
Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless Headphones
headphones make use of the latest Bluetooth 4.2 wireless technology for listening
to music on the go, without any leads. The headphones themselves are
ergonomically designed and lightweight, and even after prolonged usage, the
headphones are comfortable to wear.
the headset can be folded up which makes it perfect for travellers who like to
listen to music on the go.
The headphones are
fitted with adaptive noise cancellation technology. We tried the headphones out
on a flight, and we loved the noise cancellation, thanks to the Impedance:Active
490 Ohm/ Passive 46 Ohm noise cancellation system.
It is possible to
control the PXC 550 headphones using voice prompts. Of course, you can also
control them using touch as well if you prefer. We found that NFC pairing was
simple and straight forward.
For phone calls,
the headphones make use of triple microphone array technology which provides
excellent clear calls.
The PXC 550 headphones
from Sennheiser are able to work with “CapTune”. This is the company’s new premium
music player and sound tuning app, so you can adapt the music to exactly how
you want it.
Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) Wireless Headphones
The latest Bose headphones to hit the market are the QuietComfort
35 (Series II) line. What makes these headphones unique is that they are able
to offer three levels of world-class noise cancellation technology. This makes
them perfect if you want no interruptions while listening and this also makes
them great for travelling.
We loved the way that these headphones were Alexa-enabled,
allowing you to play your favourite music using voice commands. For phone
calls, the QuietComfort 35 headphones use a noise-rejecting dual-microphone
system, which makes your voice transmit to the receiver without any background
noise. You will certainly notice the difference!
In terms of Bluetooth pairing, this is easy to do. When you
switch the headphones on, it will set this up automatically, so there is no
fiddling around with the headphones themselves to try and pair them with your
On balance, no matter what headphones you buy, you will love
the quality of the sound. For portability, I would recommend Sennheiser. For noise
cancellation, make sure you go with the Bose headphones.
For more information on the latest headphones, check out http://www.portable.technology/.
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