How to charge any Bose wireless headphones in 4 simple steps
- You can charge your Bose
headphonesby connecting their USB cable from the headphones to a power source like a computer, wall charger, or power bank.
- Bose headphones have their power jack on the right side of the headphones, and most use a Micro USB cable — the
BoseNoise Cancelling Headphones 700 use a USB-C cable.
- It will take about two and a half hours to fully charge your Bose headphones.
All wireless Bose headphones have a few things in common, like an integrated Lithium-ion battery and the need to stay charged. A Bose with a dead battery might still play if you plug it in with a physical AUX cable, but it won't be able to connect to Bluetooth, and its noise cancelling features won't work.Whether you own Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, SoundLink Around-Ear
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How to charge Bose headphones1. Find the USB port on your headphones, usually on the right earcup (on neckband-style headphones, it'll be on the right side of the neckband). It will be a Micro USB connector for most headphones, though the new Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 use USB-C.
2. Connect one end of a USB cable to the port on the headphones.
3. Plug the other end into a computer that's turned on, a USB power bank, or a USB wall charger.4. Let the headphones charge until the power light on the headphones glows a steady color. It generally takes about two and a half hours to charge fully depleted headphones.
A few Bose models have quick-charge capability. The Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700, for example, will give you 3.5 hours of power after just a 15-minute charge.
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