Mar 9, 2017
I just bought my QC35 and started actively use it.
However after couple of days I have a pain in my ears, I guess this is because of noise cancellation pressure on ears.
Has anyone expereince the similiar thing?
Jun 3, 2017
Jun 5, 2017
Jun 9, 2017
It might be because of th bad quality of the headphones as well. I too had that problem earlier. Though after buying my new wireless bluetooth headphones, I don't face that problem again. Advanced features such as noise cancellation (especially that of wind noise), which generally improves sound quality. Try to get some better product for safety of your ears. Get more information from internet or some recommended site.
I am having the same issue! I've been having the pain off and on for weeks. I thought I was getting an ear infection, but realized it was because I was using the QC 35 headphones. I love the headphones, but not at the epense of my ears. Perhaps Bose should look into this!
I have the same problem. I dont even need to play anything through them. I can just put them on, turn on the noice cancelling (to reduce sound in office) and after sometime I get a feeling of pressure/pain in my left ear.
I am going to have to consider returning them as I dont want a product that hurts me. Bose - do you have any suggestions?
After using them for a week, the feeling has pretty much gone, but I still feel a strange pressure. It is more of an awareness of something differnet, but after a week it doesnt really bother me,