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CuVe
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Bose Quitecomfort 35 PC Use

I have a general question about the Quietcomfort 35 Wireless Headphones.

So my question is : 

When im using my Headphones via a soundcable on my PC , I have either the choice to turn them on or listen with them when their turned off.

I think the soundquality is better when their turned on or is that an illusion ? Is there actually more Bass etc. when their turned on or can I get the same results if I just turn the volume up.

Are there any Advanteges (besides Noise Cancelling) turning them on while using them via Soundcable on my PC or do I get the same results if they are not turned on ? 😄 

 

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Re: Bose Quitecomfort 35 PC Use

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Of course theres a better quality using the Headphones powered on.

I would say they use the Battery for more bass and better quality (equalizer).

 

if you just use them via cable theres just the power from the 3,5mm Port and thats it.

 

turned on they drain the battery for more energy to the speaker.

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Re: Bose Quitecomfort 35 PC Use

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Of course theres a better quality using the Headphones powered on.

I would say they use the Battery for more bass and better quality (equalizer).

 

if you just use them via cable theres just the power from the 3,5mm Port and thats it.

 

turned on they drain the battery for more energy to the speaker.

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Re: Bose Quitecomfort 35 PC Use

Ty for the fast reply. I forgot about the Bose Active EQ etc 😄 .

Just wanted to know if I'm hearing right and that its just an Placebo Effect thing ;D