Welcome to our blog on how to care for your Bose headphones! We’ll be sharing some tips and tricks on how to keep your headphones in top condition, as well as how to properly pair them with your devices. We hope you find this information helpful and thanks for reading!
How to care for your Bose headphones
To keep your headphones in optimal condition, follow these guidelines:
-Store your headphones in a cool, dry place when you’re not using them.
-Avoid storing your headphones in direct sunlight or in an excessively hot car.
-Do not expose your headphones to extremes of cold. If you’re using them in a cold environment, allow them to warm up to room temperature before putting them away.
-Clean the ear pads regularly with a soft, dry cloth, or the cleaning cloth that came with your headphones. Do not use harsh cleaners or solvents on the ear pads or other parts of the headphone.
-If you’re not planning to use your headphones for an extended period of time, store them in a dry location with the batteries removed (if possible).
How to pair bose headphones
Assuming you have the Bose Connect app installed on your paired device, here’s how to connect your headphones:
1. Open the Bose Connect app and select your headphones from the Devices list.
2. Select the “+” icon to add a new device.
3. Enter the PIN that appears on your headphones (should be 0000 unless you’ve changed it).
4. Your headphones will now be connected!
How to clean your Bose headphones
Cleaning your Bose headphones regularly will help ensure optimal performance and prolong their lifespan. Here are some tips on how to clean them:
-Use a soft, dry, lint-free cloth to gently wipe down the surface of the headphones.
-If there’s any build-up on the headband or ear cups, you can use a cotton swab dipped in isopropyl alcohol to remove it.
-Avoid getting any liquids in or on the headphones.
-Don’t use harsh cleaning agents or abrasive materials to clean your headphones.
How to store your Bose headphones
If you’re not using your headphones, store them in the carrying case. Make sure the cable is not wrapped around the headphones too tightly, as this can damage the cable over time. If you’ll be storing your headphones for an extended period of time, we recommend charging them at least once every few months to keep the battery fresh.
How to troubleshoot your Bose headphones
If you’re having trouble with your Bose headphones, there are a few things you can do to try and troubleshoot the issue. First, make sure that the headphones are properly charged. If the light on the charging case is red or solid red, that means the batteries are low and need to be charged. If the light is green or solid green, that means the batteries are fully charged.
If your headphones are properly charged and you’re still having trouble, it’s possible that they may be disconnected from your device. To check if this is the case, open up the Bose Connect app and see if your headphones are listed under “My Devices.” If they’re not listed here, that means they’re not connected to your device and you’ll need to press the multi-function button on your headphones for approximately 2 seconds to enter pairing mode.
If your headphones are connected to your device but you’re still having trouble, it’s possible that there may be an issue with the Bose Connect app itself. To check for this, try opening up the app on another compatible device (such as a smartphone or tablet) and see if you’re able to connect your headphones to that device. If you are, then it’s likely that there’s an issue with the Bose Connect app on your original device and you’ll need to reinstall the app.
If you’ve tried all of these troubleshooting steps and you’re still having trouble with your Bose headphones, please contact Bose customer service for further assistance.
How to use your Bose headphones
First, make sure your headphones are turned off. Next, find the “pairing” button on your headphones. Once you’ve found the button, hold it down for a few seconds until you see the light on your headphones start flashing. Now, open up the Bluetooth settings on your phone or other device. You should see “Bose QC35 II” listed as an available device. Select that device and wait a few seconds for it to connect. That’s it! You’re now ready to use your Bose QC35 II headphones.