Kevr
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Re: QC35 connect app in windows

No, it is not true. I've connected my Bose QC35 II to my PC and my phone, simultaneously. I would suggest getting the "Bose Connect" application on a phone to control certain connections and settings with the bose, as sometimes the raw bluetooth connection is a bit iffy.

ralinc
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Re: QC35 connect app in windows

Works perfectly well on Windows 10. See:

 

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Just hit "Add Bluetooth or other device" and wait for successful connection. 

VAS007
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Re: QC35 connect app in windows

It should work! Just turn on Bluetooth on your Windows PC and then pair your headphones with the computer. It will connect it and it will show your speaker/sound icon as a Bose Headphones sound out. I have Windows 10 Professional and Bose QC35II (it also worked with the first version of the headphones QC35).

 

Good luck

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Re: QC35 connect app in windows

It works, but it is not possible for me to get it to work well. The computer often uses the built in speaker, or only sends sound from some programs to the headphones. E.g. if I play a game and talk on skype, onlyt the skype call goes through and not the sound from the game. The brand and price point being what it is I did not expect to have this problem.

canguinil@gmail.com
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Re: QC35 connect app in windows

Please be aware that there 2 ways that earphone in a PC:

 

Hand-free (this is the one you are using and also works for me but this is looks like 2º world war sound quality even worst)

Stereo: if you select it the earphone became mute, it means, does not work at all.

 

For a Phone that cost very expensive and say "the phones are good"! REALLY for real.

Bose, you fail!

 

I would never buy a single product of you.

Thanks I have tested before buy.

 

I definitly go for JBL or Sony.

Bose no way.

 

Thank you engineer for think about it!

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Re: QC35 connect app in windows

If you want to connect your Bose wireless headphones - in this case the QC35ii model to a windows 10 laptop - follow these simple steps, it worked for me. 

https://www.rogerperkin.co.uk/bose/how-to-connect-bose-wireless-headphones-to-computer/

 

I would not be without my Bose headphones and always listen to my music / videos through my Bose noise cancellig headphones, they are awesome!

 

 

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Re: QC35 connect app in windows

Bose connect? Great mobile app. Can we also have this on windows? Soon?

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Re: QC35 connect app in windows

You don't need the app to connect to the headphones.  Just connect to it like any other bluetooth device.  I use it on my laptop with windows 10. 

Click Windows key

Type in bluetooth

Click bluetooth and other device settings

Click Add Bluetooth or Other Device button (the plus button)

Make sure you headset is turned on

Find the Bose device in the list and connect.

 

 

 

canguinil@gmail.com
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Re: QC35 connect app in windows

I do know that.
My concern is just work for windows 10.
Linux or windows 7 we will not have the same scenario. Just the mono 8 bits sounds, horrible qualitu sound from 1950.
christoskas
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Re: QC35 connect app in windows

Dear Bose Team,

when I connect my QC35 II to my PC using a cable the noise cancellation is always set to High.

Can we adjust that? I don't want to listen to music all day at work using bluetooth (so that I am connected to my iphone) and I don't want "High" noise cancellation.

Please launch a windows app!

Christos