Mar 25, 2020
I love my Bose QC35 headphones. Nothing compares to the comfort. I am a therapist now working at home due to COVID-19 and would like to modify them with a microphone. Also, is there an adjustment I can make to hear my own voice so that I can modulate my tone?
Hi Jeannie Ingram,
Thank you for your post and welcome!
Regarding your query, there are no adjustments that can be made to hear your own voice.
Regarding a microphone, You could use a QC25 cable which has an inline remote control, this can be purchased through the website.
I hope this helps. Let me know if there is anything else we can do.
Jul 13, 2019
I have a similar question. I have Bose 700, and a requirement to dance in a noisy environment (i.e. without wires) and DJ at the same time, via a PC equipped with camera, streaming to the internet. I have fiddled with the 700s now for a while, and see there are two modes of functionality, "Hands free communications", and "Bose Stereo". In hands free mode, there is an obvious capability of two-way comms, where we are listening to mono low quality sound, and talking at the same time on the microphone, with amazing capability of the mic to eliminate noise around it whilst picking out our voice. I guess this is the mode used during telephone calls. But I have not found any way to get the mic to work, so that I can talk to an audience at the same time as listening in high quality mode, like I can routinely do on a set of wired headphones. Is there a fundamental reason for this? Does the mic not work at all in Bose Stereo mode?