Bose QC35 Headphones

1 review
$349.00
  • Bose QC35 Headphones
  • Bose QC35 Headphones
  • Bose QC35 Headphones
  • Bose QC35 Headphones
  • Bose QC35 Headphones
  • Bose QC35 Headphones

Bose QC35 Headphones

1 review
$349.00
$349.00

Although our NFlight Nomad microphones are universal and pair with many different headphones, the Bose QC35 is the most popular pairing and our personal favorite. We have no doubt that you will be completely satisfied with the combination of these headphones and our microphone in anything from a Cessna to a Boeing. The Bose QC35 headphones pair beautifully with all our NFlight Nomad microphone models: Classic, Pro, or TSO.

By purchasing a set of Bose QC35 headphones along with your NFlight Nomad aviation microphone, you have everything you need to create a top-of-the-line aviation headset for a fraction of the price. We keep everything in stock, so your order will ship immediately from our Dallas warehouse, all in one convenient package.

In the dropdown menu on this page, we also offer refurbished QC35 headphones that have each been tested, sanitized, repackaged, and include a 30-day money-back guarantee. Refurbished units do not include the Bose case, but you can add an NFlight case to your cart if you wish.

** Please note that we ship this product to US addresses only. **

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JP
05/09/2021
Joel P.
United States United States
  • What type of aircraft do you fly? 744/748
Good value

As advertised. Easy setup out of the box. System plays well with the QC35II. No feedback & audio from intercom and aux jack is loud and clear. A couple small nitpicks: First, the mic has to go on the left side of the headset as that’s where the audio jack is. This is obviously not NFlightMic’s fault, but if you sit in the right seat you’ll have to manage a chord across your body. This isn’t much of an issue for me, but for some it might be. Second, audio volume changes significantly when you turn the noise canceling function of the headset on. Volume will also change when you plug something into the NFlight aux jack. This is a very minor issue IMO and something I’ve experienced with other noise canceling headsets. Overall value is where this setup really shines. You pay less for similar functionality to a A20 or a DC proX2 and wind up with both an aviation headset and a wireless headset that can be used on those long deadheads as well. Win/win.