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Bose 700 Noise Cancelling Headphones Black/Silver/Soapstone $419, Bose QuietComfort 35 Series II $299 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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QuietComfort 35 available in Black, Blue and Silver at this price https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0756CYWWD/

Don't forget cashback.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2020

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    Got a pair of the QC35ii's but have meaning to ask - how do I go about finding replacement (black) earpads? They've been OOS for over 6 months.

    • +2 votes

      They are in stock on bose's website at the moment.

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        Thanks mate. Got some. Legend.

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      I bought some generic replacement pads for $8 on eBay - nothing wrong with them.

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        Did the same for my qc35ii. Matter of fact still have one spare since I bought 2.

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        Having used both the aftermarket earpads and genuine replacement. I can say that you will definitely feel the difference when you listen for longer hours. Genuine ones are softer and don't hurt your ears.

        But this could just be me !

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      you can get the knockoff ones on Amazon AU. I got them last year they're just as good. Very difficult to install though but i'm not sure if that's the case for the authentic ones as well

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        @duke79or "Very difficult to install though but i'm not sure if that's the case for the authentic ones as well"

        Yes… not real easy with arthritic fingers to replace. Also, the cheaper knock-offs are so good that they have duplicated the same degree of difficulty to change them.

        The difference between "genuine"and the knock-offs is in the quality of materials used. The originals use very fine kid leather and the knock-offs use a similar looking synthetic 'leather'. Both break down very quickly with body perspiration and in my experience it is better to buy 5 pairs of knock-offs @ $8.00/pair compared with one pair of "genuine" pads @ $40/pair. You get about a year of use out of "genuine" pads with careful handling and use. Knock-offs may last about 6-8 months.

        I use my QC 35s 4-5 times a week.

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    I don’t see blue option as mentioned

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      Looks like only for the qc 35s only, read it wrong. I should be sleeping yet I’m on OzBargain…

      • +5 votes

        You don't need sleep when there's bargains to be had.

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    Bose 700 or Sony WH- 1000xm4?

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      XM4

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      I’d even go XM3 > Bose 700. They’re just beast.

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      If you need to use it also for calls, Bose 700 are far better but the sound quality on Sony are more superior though sound is subjective.

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      Interesting. The bose 700 sounded superior to my ears in every way when I demoed it.

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        The demos in the store suck. Once you have them and download the app, it sounds great especially when you tinker with the equalizer.

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    Don't forget 10% cashback on Cashrewards.

    • +3 votes

      it's 4% on electronics

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        Damn I thought it was 10%, thanks for the heads up :(

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    when would bose replace qc35 tho

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    Price matched at JB Hifi and used my voucher from a previous Telstra deal. Thanks.

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    eBay Plus will most likely be dropping the price further for their 'mega deal' on the Bose QC35ii headphones. Though only 660 units available

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    Before you buy Bose 700 you should read https://community.bose.com/t5/Around-On-Ear-Headphones/Noise...

    I and others on OzBargain have returned these for refund as they seem to be unable to fix this stutter issue with firmware updates

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    I would love to get the Sony's but I had the Sony WH1000MX2's and they got incredibly hot on my ears. I've tried the Bose and they breath so much better. Can't comment on the breathability of the Sony WH1000MX3's or Sony WH1000MX4's though