Recently, Bose announced the upcoming availability of its new active noise reduction headset: the Bose QC25. As its name suggests, it replaces the already very good and mythical Bose QC15 (tested here on our website). The headset embodies a completely redesigned design, while keeping the spirit of the brand, and incorporates a new active noise reduction module while improving the overall audio performance of the device. With a more current look and better portability, there is no doubt that this new model from the QuietComfort range should also be placed in the best products of this type. Sean Garett, vice president of Bose’s Noise Reduction branch himself says, “We were not going to replace the Bose QC15 until we had something better and different, and the QC25 meets both. ”
FYI, and before going into more detail on this new headset, be aware that it works with a single AAA battery and offers up to 35 hours of battery life. On the design side, headphones can now swivel inward for easier storage and transport. There is a built-in remote control and microphone to the cord to easily manage his tracks from his smartphone or picking up phone calls directly.