Re: QC 35-I is Turning On By Itself
I turned in my QC35i for a QC35ii last Nov (2018) and the first thing I noticed is how much easier it was to push the QC35i on/off switch - there was noticeably more resistance imho to pushing the QC35ii switch. So I personally believe Bose somewhere along the line realized what you are talking about and redesigned the switch (and hence we don't see the same thing reoccurring for the QC35ii).
>Bummer that Bose can't seem to own up to the defect and come up with a standard recall process
>that would fix the issues on affected headphones
As I recollect, Bose support made a post (could have been here in this thread) sometime back in June or thereabouts stating the problem was hardware and not firmware. That is about as far as we are going to get from Bose. The chance of a voluntary recall is 0 - its all about $s imho. They are more than willing to do a free exchange if pressed - that is significantly less impactful to their bottom line than a recall. Also keep in mind that one a percentage of the customers with the problem who call in get a free exchange - most just assume that when out of warranty they have to pay.