Bose has some of the best wireless headphones on its portfolio right now. The $349 Quiet Comfort 35 Series II on-ear headphone is among the company’s best selling headphones. The headphone, which used to support Google Assistant until now, will now support one more voice assistant. Starting today, Bose QC35 II wireless headphones will start supporting Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant.
In order to get Alexa on their Bose QC35 II headphones, users will have to update the software from the paired Bose Connect app. After the successful update, the See My Options tab will offer an option to use Alexa.
Moreover, users will also have to pair their headphones with the Alexa app to complete the setup.
After completion of the setup, you can press the Action button on your headphone and start speaking to Alexa – just the way you would use Google Assistant.
Bose QC35 II headphones provide up to 20 hours of wireless playback on a complete charge. It also offers up to 40 hours of listening in wired mode. Bose claims to have equipped these headphones with ‘world-class’ noise cancellation. Users can also adjust the level of noise cancellation to suit their surrounding.
With Alexa making its way to Quiet Connect 35 Series II headphones, one of the best wireless headphones just got even better. Jabra Elite Active 65t – another popular wireless headphone – already supports Alexa.