It has been suggested that Bose QuietComfort 35 II headphones are useful as misophonia products because of their outstanding comfort and noise canceling features!
As some of the other Bose products (see Bose QuietComfort Noise Cancelling Earbuds and Bose Sleepbuds II featured here), these headphones can be a powerful misophonia product and part of a misophones coping strategies for removing triggers. Here are some great features:
Three levels of world-class noise cancellation, toggling between Low, High and Off with each button press on the headphones or you can also adjust the noise-canceling settings in the app.
Noise-rejecting dual-microphone system for clear sound and voice pick-up
Use the Bose Connect app to control features of the misophonia product: adjust the level of noise cancellation, enable music sharing, manage Bluetooth connections, and access software updates.
There is a dedicated button for Alexa or the google assistant, but it can be programmed for other functions.
Battery life up to 20 hours in wireless mode with noise canceling on. Works in wired mode with included cord if battery dies.
Made mostly out of plastic to keep it lightweight. The pads are soft and also help in blocking sound, even without noise cancellation.
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