The Bose NCH 700 Headphone was one of my favourites until a head to head competition came from Sony with the WM series Headphones. Bose has always stood with a premium build of products which is very respected. The NCH 700s aren’t quite as feather light as Bose’s previous noise-canceling headphones (235 Grams) but they are extremely comfortable. The synthetic leather ear cushions feel great. Bose did away with physical buttons for controlling your music in the 700s. Instead, it detects taps and swipes on the front side of the Earcup. The tradeoff to this sleeker style from Bose is that these headphones can’t fold away for compact storage.
The NCH 700s are compatible with Bose AR. This allows you to experience spatial 3D audio and hear sounds shift as you turn your head. The Bose Music app showcases several apps you can download to try out Bose AR. Bose supports all three major voice assistants: Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. Two devices can be paired and connected with the Bose NCH 700s at a time, so you can constantly keep them linked to your phone when listening to audio on a laptop or tablet. The Headphone contains Six Microphones for Noise Canceling and two of those microphones with two others for a four-mic system that’s optimized for voice pickup.Bose estimates the NCH 700s at 20 hours of battery life, which is good. Even a 15-minute charge is enough to get you over three hours of listening time. The Bose Noise Cancelling Headphone 700 is available in three color variants: Black, Luxe Silver and Soapstone priced at ₹34,500.