Fnac and Darty lower the price of the Bose QC Ultra by €100, quality noise-cancelling wireless headphones

Fnac and Darty lower the price of the Bose QC Ultra by €100, quality noise-cancelling wireless headphones
Fnac and Darty lower the price of the Bose QC Ultra by €100, quality noise-cancelling wireless headphones

The QuietComfort Ultra, the very nice high-end noise-canceling headphones from Bose, an essential accessory for the holidays if you are going by plane or train, is currently at a very good price at Fnac and at Darty: 399 euros instead of 499 euros.

If you only have to add one item to your suitcase for vacation, it’s noise-cancelling headphones. It can really help you start your week or weekend off peacefully. And that’s good, the Bose QuietComfort Ultra sees its price drop as the summer holidays approach with a reduction of 100 euros. Isn’t that beautiful?

The advantages of the Bose QuietComfort Ultra:

  • Premium comfort thanks to its circum-aural design that encompasses the ears
  • Very good audio quality
  • Excellent active noise reduction
  • Multipoint Bluetooth

Priced at 499 euros upon release, the Bose QuietComfort Ultra becomes more interesting, with impeccable quality/price ratio, thanks to the 100 euro reduction on the Fnac website. An offer also available on the Darty website.


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Bose QuietComfort Ultra at the best price?

A big YES

The QuietComfort Ultra honors Bose’s brand reputation, with sound quality that is up to par. The wireless headset supports several audio codecs: SBC, AAC, but also aptX adaptive. And – Bose obliges – the device offers a sound signature resolutely focused on the bass. Enough to offer depth to your favorite pieces. And the QC Ultra is sometimes a little too generous. Fortunately, a quick trip through the linked application to sort all that out. Concerning the other frequencies, the headset does not forget them. The manufacturer has in fact ensured that there are volume peaks in the high mids and highs, just to bring out voices and other instruments.

Added to this is excellent active noise reduction, accentuated by ear foam which offers good passive isolation. Enough to make the experience more pleasant. The noise canceling ability of the headset is really good with bass noises, as well as with voices. However, it is less perfect with treble sounds, but overall, it is very correct. Wearing the Bose QuietComfort Ultra for long hours is not a problem, particularly thanks to the foams which provide great wearing comfort.

Impressive autonomy

Another positive point about this headset: its autonomy. And in this case, the manufacturer’s promise is lower than reality. Rather rare fact. We actually measured an endurance of 31 hours with the volume at 70% and noise reduction at maximum during our test, compared to 24 hours announced by Bose. Enough to cover all the journeys of the week to work. And if you need a boost, 15 minutes of charging is enough to recover up to 2 hours of listening time. Allow two and a half hours for a complete cycle.

Finally, the Bose QuietCombofrt Ultra is compatible with Bluetooth 5.2, but above all multipoint functionality. You can therefore connect it to two devices simultaneously. An aspect which can prove very practical if you are used to juggling between your smartphone and your laptop to listen to music or to interact during a video conference.

To find out even more, read our full review of the Bose QuietComfort Ultra.

In order to compare the Bose QuietComfort Ultra with other products in the same category, we invite you now to consult our guide to the best headphones of the moment.



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