Bose’s Quiet Control 30 headphone is the latest headphone, style as neckband Bluetooth its style like a horseshoe draped around the person’s neck, which is very sporty in style.
It would be the wireless successor to the QuietControl 20, which is a wired model of Bose’s Quiet Control smallest model with built-in noise-cancellation, which can block out droning sounds like airline engines or traffic noise, which is basically a more noise cancelling version of Bose’s Quiet Control.
If we talk about the price of Quiet Control 30 is $300 which is more than QC20. If we compare QC30 to QC20 the sound quality of QC20 is little better with slightly fuller bass and more dynamic sound. The QC20’s noise-cancelling is also a little stronger, as is that of the full-size wireless QuietComfort 35 model. Were as in QC30 the voice cancellation is adjustable just in a click of a button on the inline remote or the Bose connect app for iOS and Android Devices.
It is very easy to adjust while running or doing any sports, or in traffic, you could turn it off completely, so QC30’s noise-cancelling isn’t quite as effective as the QC20’s, and it’s comparatively decent and when you wore the headphone in the streets, it muted a lot of ambient noise.
But if you are looking particularly for sound then you will be disappointed with Bose’s Quiet Control 30. The wired QC20 sounds a little better, with slightly fuller bass and more dynamic sound.