The Battle Between Bose and Sony
If you are not a music lover you may not realize it, but there is a long-time battle that has been brewing between Sony and Bose for years. It continues to escalate as more people look for the ideal head phones for their listening pleasure. All of these streaming services that are out there have made it possible to get quality music in abundance. The only thing that is missing is the headphones to play this music. So whos got the better headphones in the battle of the new Bose QC35 II and the Sony WH-1000xm3 headphones.
Bose QuietComfort 35 II
When it comes down to Bose headphones there are a lot of people that embrace this brand largely because of brand loyalty. They know what Bose has done in the past. They are aware of the quiet comfort headphones that are rather superior to just about all brands in the quality department.
This Bose name alone has made this a very popular brand, and it continues to get a lot of recognition for things like long battery life and lightweight headphones that still produce high quality sound. This is still the case for this particular model, and the $349 price tag is something most people expect to pay based on the quality of the brand.
More people have put their money into Bose because they know this company. They know what it stands for and they know how it is able to change the way that people look at headphones. This is a brand of headphones that is going to give you the crisp and clear sound. You may feel like you are inside of a concert hall when you’re listening to your music through these Bose headphones. That is just how clear the dimensions of sound are when you listen to music. It makes it very difficult for a company like Sony to compete, but some fans may say that Sony has done an excellent job in competing. It appears that there are a lot of similarities between the brands when it comes to price and sound, but there are a few things that make these brands different.
When people look at Bose has done over the years it becomes hard to argue with quality. The battery life is lower with the noise control on for the Bose QuietComfort 35 II, but it higher than the Sony wh-1000xm3 model when the noise control is off.
The headphones that are known as the Sony wh-1000xm3 are going to be over $300 as well so it is a good idea for anyone that is looking for a deal on the price to move beyond that because the price for both is quite similar. The place where you will find a difference will come down to the things like battery life while using noise control. You will quickly see that the noise control feature can still give you a 30-hour battery life compared to that of the 20-hour battery life for the Bose QuietComfort 35 II. The Sony brand in question here also has more colors than the standard black and silver that engulfs the Bose QuietComfort 35 II.