ClearMic Noise Cancelling Bose QC25 Boom Microphone

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This product has been discontinued. Please see our updated version, model number CM2502

Product Overview

This product has been discontinued. Please see our updated version, ClearMic 2502
  • Turn your Bose QuietComfort 25 (QC25) headphones into the ultimate headset
  • Uses the latest noise canceling technology so the person on the other end will think you're in a quiet space
  • Great for use in noisy environments - coffee shops, loud offices, airports, on the road, public transportation and more
  • Inline remote can answer/end calls, modify volume, and change music on select Apple devices
  • Works with smartphones, tablets, Mac

* Microphone only. Headphones sold seperately

Want to use your Bose QC25 headphones as a headset in noisy environments? The ClearMic 3503 for Bose QuietComfort 25* turns your headphones into the ultimate headset using an attachable noise canceling boom microphone. Unlike the inline mic that comes with the headphones, ClearMic eliminates most background noise so that no matter where you are the person on the other end will think you're calling from a closed-door office. Just like the OEM microphone, the ClearMic fits flush into the left earcup. You can even go hands free using the inline remote to answer/end calls, increase/decrease volume, and change music (on select Apple products).


Combine the ClearMic for QC25 with one of these adapters to use on:



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Headphones with 3.5mm jacks

Bose QC15 (Please see our original ClearMic 1502 Bose QC15 ClearMic )

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  • 2
    Cord is weak, will break internally if bent

    Posted by Michael on 23rd Sep 2016

    When it's working it's good, but the product is very weak. One or two accidental yanks and it will stop working. I'm going to have to order another one now after only a few months. I'll look for a different brand this time.

  • 3
    QC25 headset buddy

    Posted by Unknown on 31st May 2016

    Pros: Microphone really does cancel out a lot of loud background noise. Lightweight Cons: 2.5 plug into the ear cup doesn't snug up tightly to the cup. I think the mold was off. Cord pulls from headset with little force.

  • 4
    Great, with one exception

    Posted by Michael on 9th Mar 2016

    The mic works great. Fits nicely and has the right amount of "springyness" to it so as not to be annoying. However, it comes with a foam microphone cover that's worthless. There's no attachment for it, nor is the connection tight, so mine slipped off and was promptly lost. Oh well...

  • 2
    Not as good as the QC15 Version

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Feb 2016

    After using the ClearMic for the QC15 for a few months, I was very impressed with clarity and noise cancellation features. So I decided to purchase a set for the QC25s. Not so good. The radio interference is really bad. In some areas, I had to hang up the call because the person on the other end could only hear noise. I do not recommend these. The OEM in-line microphone doesn't suffer from the radio interference (power lines, other cell phones, etc)

  • 3
    Not very durable

    Posted by Jaymes Ginn on 26th Jan 2016

    This cord is great for what I use it for, which is using my Bose QC25's to play my Xbox one and be able to chat with friends. I find that the mic is a bit insensitive, which I guess is to be expected given the fact that it advertises noise cancelling. I also had to order a second cord because the first didn't last more than a week when I was wrapping the cord when not in use. The cord will last longer I you are careful with it. Overall verdict is 3/5

  • 5
    This seems to be the real deal

    Posted by Kamakzie on 26th Jan 2016

    Very impressed so far. It's way more accurate for Dragon NaturallySpeaking than the OEM in-line microphone that comes with the Bose headphones. I had tried using a rigged adapter for the V-moda boom mic Pro but it wasn't very good because it never fit properly and would short out. This fits perfectly and does a very accurate job with voice dictation. The cord itself seems to be very thick and should hold up well. It looks like Headset Buddy improved things a lot from their last incarnation. So far I am very impressed. Perhaps in the future they will make a model that will work with Samsung devices instead of Apple stuff.

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