I have a pair of QC35's and its really impossible to have calls in noisy (subway or street) environments because when i try to have a call, headphones take every single sound in environment and receiver doesn't listen my voice over others sounds, even when i call in a quite environment, every sound is taken. Also, i cant use Siri in same conditions and its very annoying have those kind of problem in "premium" headphones.
I think that second microphone should be off when a user is calling with headphones, because NC doesn't works.
Will be a firmware update to fix this? Or i have to sell it and don't buy Bose products anymore?
Or i have to sell it and don't buy Bose products anymore?
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Thanks for reaching out ibenavidesfu. The issue seems to be with the sensitivity of the microphone. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to adjust the microphone sensitivity in our wireless headsets. It's possible that the source device has an option to accomplish this, so definitely check in its settings.
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Hope this helps. Thanks!
Jan 19, 2017
I understand that ANC basically switches to all noise passthrough (basically playing the noises together with my phonecall), so that I don't start shouting not hearing my voice the right level. However this only works in quite environments as well, since if I'm in a noisy one, I cannot even hear what the guy on the other end of the line says cause of the aplified noise coming into my ears.
I think creating a switch, maybe even a button operated short switch like mute with both volumes pressed at the same time, to enable or disable noise passthrough during phonecalls would solve this problem. When I know I am in a noisy environment I cna speak up a bit so they hear me and I hear thme because ANC stays on. This would also help most liekly with the other issue mentioned here that the microphones work in a different way during call.
I am aware that there may be hardware limitation to change sensitivity of some parts, but deciding which mode the headphone runs during a phone call must be a software handled decision. Same goes if you are in a conf call for 2 hours in a noisy environment, muted and only listening, you get all the useless noise from your environment. At least disable the noise passthrough when I'm on mute.