Oh my goodness! I’m so sorry I didn’t reply to this sooner, it got lost in my notifications!

I suck!

Thanks for reading and for the question.

I don’t really have any experience with Bluetooth pairing to televisions, just with laptops, tablets, and phones. My TV is a bit old and doesn’t have this feature.

However, they both have decent Bluetooth range so that shouldn’t be an issue. Lag can sometimes crop up in Bluetooth audio content, and audio sync issues as well. Have you ever used other headphones with your TV successfully without those problems. This is something that can vary, device to device.

The QC35’s would probably be a bit more comfy to relax with on a sofa. Although the MDR1000X worked well on my head, the Bose’s are a bit more “Relaxing” in their fit. So I’d lean towards those for long television-watching sessions.

I hope that helps you out…I’m sorry that it took me like a week to reply and that I don’t have more information that’s specific to your question. Thanks again!

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