Some things never change. But then some things do. #BoseQC35 - Godyears

Some things never change. But then some things do. #BoseQC35

February 04, 2018

Dear you, hi. It is me... you.

It is the mid-90's over there for you so I am assuming you are just loving the advent of cable television (with so many channels!), three Khans headlining Bollywood, a Jurassic Park movie blowing your mind and a Star Wars and Mission Impossible movie on the way. 
Well, guess what? 22 years later and here in 2018, everything is exactly the same! Yes, we are still using Microsoft Windows in our computers and Meryl Streep is still nominated for an Oscar even today!

Some things never change. But then some things do.


The world is a different place. There is so much anger and harsh noise around you wherever you go that you yearn for something like the amazing Acoustic Noise Cancelling feature in the Quiet Comfort 35 Wireless Headphones II by Bose that - with the mere flip of a switch - actually listens to outside noise and cancels it as it goes, so that even on the busy streets of Bombay Mumbai, you can hear every musical note - from the perfect chords of Pink Floyd's guitar arpeggio at the start of 'Comfortably Numb' to the iconic reverberation effects in A.R. Rahman's magical 'Chinna Chinna Asai'.  

This, along with the Volume Optimised EQ ensures you get a consistent performance at any volume.

The amazing Acoustic Noise Cancelling feature in the Quiet Comfort 35 Wireless Headphones II by Bose that - with the mere flip of a switch - actually listens to outside noise and cancels it as it goes, so that even on the busy streets of Bombay Mumbai, you can hear every musical note - from the perfect chords of Pink Floyd's guitar arpeggio at the start of 'Comfortably Numb' to the iconic reverberation effects in A.R. Rahman's magical 'Chinna Chinna Asai'.

Some things never change. But then some things do.

Remember how we used to buy the 'latest versions' of desktop computers with a whopping 1 GB of disk space and 236 mb of RAM and then find out it was outdated 6 months later and could not play any of the new graphic games? Well, the same problem still exists even in this century, except now it tends to be with mobile phones. And yet, ironically, my headphones are actually future-ready. Yes, the QC35 Wireless II by Bose is capable of receiving upgrades and updates even after I have bought them. It is 2018 and my headphones are already 2020-ready. 

Some things never change. But then some things do.


Sadly, no, you and I still don't have a Man Friday to handle our appointments. I... we did not win any of those lottery tickets, I am afraid. But we do have our own version of a Jeeves in the Google Assistant, directly connected to our ear and ready to listen to our commands and set our schedules without us having to write down anything. Keep reminders, ask questions. Your phone's Virtual Personal Assistant (VPA) - Google Assistant - is there to respond. 

Features like Bluetooth and NFC pairing mean nothing to you in 1996. They will, soon.

we do have our own version of a Jeeves in the Google Assistant in the QC 35 Wireless Headphones II by Bose, directly connected to our ear and ready to listen to our commands and set our schedules without us having to write down anything. Keep reminders, ask questions. Your phone's Virtual Personal Assistant (VPA) - Google Assistant - is there to respond.

Some things never change. But then some things do.

Oh, I forget. You haven't seen a world yet where every individual has a mobile phone and we are connected even if we leave the house and not dependent on STD booths. But that era is coming to you, sooner than you think. It was 'hands free-by-default' back in your time simply because you did not have technology. Today, in a way, I too am connected to you hands-free, answering my calls and receiving Crystal Clear Call Quality without having to even reach for my mobile phone. Just a touch of a button by my ear and I can converse anywhere, anytime.  

Some things never change. But then some things do.


Yes, the Quiet Comfort 35 Wireless Headphones II by Bose is still a headphone device you put around your ears to listen to music just as they were in your time. And yet they are nothing like what you have back in your time. Corrosion resistant stainless steel combines with Alcantara - the soft covering material used in luxurious yachts and automobiles - and a synthetic protein leather that is so soft and comfortable, you truly will forget they exist when you have them on.

Some things never change. But then some things do.


Transporting across the world Star Trek style is sadly still fiction. Oh yes, the journey from India to America is over 15 hours, at least. It helps then that the Quiet Comfort 35 II can transport you to a different auditory world with a mere click of a button and last well beyond that long journey with its 20 hour battery life on a single charge, no wires attached (unless you prefer it that way.) 


Somethings never change. But then somethings do.   Like how Bose is still considered the gold standard when it comes to sound clarity even today. Yes, that has not changed. And that is because ironically, Bose has always changed, improving upon perfection every single year from the first uniquely shaped Bose 2201 loudspeaker system back in 1968 to the amazing Quiet Comfort 35 Wireless Headphones II by Bose today.

Some things never change. But then some things do.


Like how Bose is still considered the gold standard when it comes to sound clarity even today. Yes, that has not changed. And that is because ironically, Bose has always changed, improving upon perfection every single year from the first uniquely shaped Bose 2201 loudspeaker system back in 1968 to the amazing Quiet Comfort 35 Wireless Headphones II by Bose today.


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12 comments

  1. Somethings never change, but somethings do. A different way of telling things here... Bose is Boss.
    Good Luck for the contest.

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    1. Thanks... Bose has always been the gold standard since I was a child... nothing has really changed even today

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  2. Bose speakers have always had the legendary status. Now these headphones definitely seems super cool for anyone who want best sound quality :)

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    1. Exactly... the speakers have no competition. And Bose has shown no signs of stopping

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  3. Undoubtedly Bose leads the sound tech world and the second nearest players will be years away from their patented technologies.

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    1. I like that they arent sitting on their laurels...

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  4. Bose Headphones are indeed future ready. Features like Acoustic noise cancellation technology will definitely give the incredible music experience.

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    1. It is something I really want to check out too along with the Google Assistant

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  5. So many quality features in just a headphone? But then I guess it is not just a headphone. I would like to try its noise reduction feature.

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    1. haha. So true. Bose really changes the very definition of a headphone

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  6. Wonderful post .Best thing is it gives a perfect idea about Bose.I want Jeeves too

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    1. haha.. think of what headphones were back in our time and how it is now.

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