Enjoy my install and review of the Bose QuietComfort 35 and 35 II Cheap Replacement Ear Pads from Amazon. You can buy a pair of these foam pads for £11.95 from Amazon UK → https://amzn.to/3loLiE8 or for $16.95 from Amazon US → https://amzn.to/3jiofbm.
In this video, I will be walking you through how to replace your old and worn Bose QuietComfort 35 ear pads. These pads also fit the QC35 II over-ear headphones also.
I just recently had to replace my 4-year-old earpads on my own QC35s and I picked up some very cheap alternative ear pad replacements from Amazon.
Buying them directly from Bose will set you back over $34 if you include delivery, so you’re almost paying half the cost overall for practically the same thing. The Bose material inside will be better quality, but because you don’t really feel this with your ears, you don’t miss out other than saving a bunch.
They sound just the same, and the comfort feels a little nicer, thanks to the improved memory foam in these cheaper alternative ear pads. I thought I would do an install guide also, in case you want to see how easy they are to replace and also see the quality of the cheaper alternative ear pads.
0:00 – Intro
0:21 – Brief overview
0:39 – My QuietComfort 35
1:48 – Cheap Amazon Bose QC35 Ear Pads
2:55 – How to remove Bose QC35 ear pads
4:06 – How to remove the Bose QC35 inner material
5:05 – How to remove the sticky glue residue
7:16 – How to fit new Bose QC35 inner covers
8:45 – Official Bose vs cheap alternative QC35 inner cover comparison
10:34 – Official Bose vs cheap alternative QC35 ear pad comparison
11:40 – How to fit Bose QC35 replacement ear pads
16:02 – My Impressions