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Using QC-15 on computer with Windows 10

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Re: Using QC-15 on computer with Windows 10

Hey thewoodleys1,


Thank you for taking the time to post and welcome to the Bose Community. I'd be happy to help with your QC15 query!


As your QC15 headphones are wired, they'll connect to your PC through AUX, using the 3.5mm headphone port on your PC. This will usually be found on the top or backside of the PC tower, or on either side if you're using a laptop. Let me know if you have any issues finding this or making the connection!

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