Excerpt: At £260, these cans really have to work for their place in your ears, but the good news is they deliver and then some. The Bose QuietComfort 20i provide a solid 16 hour battery life, as well as active noise cancellation. As you’ll see in our rather elaborate (but of course conclusive) test above, our violinist guinea pig preferred the Bose for their comfortable materials and secure positioning. These might just be the discerning jogger’s in-ears.
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Conclusion: . Three hundred bucks is a lot to spend on earbuds, but for frequent fliers or anyone who spends time in noisy environments, how much is too much to be able to turn off the outside world for a while and get lost in your favorite songs?
Pros: Excellent noise-canceling. Aware Mode lets you hear some outside sounds at the touch of a button. Comfortable to wear. Can be used without power.
Cons: Noise-cancelation can bother some sensitive users.
Summary: At £260, these cans really have to work for their place in your ears, but the good news is they deliver and then some. The Bose QuietComfort 20i provide a solid 16 hour battery life, as well as active noise cancellation. As you’ll see in our rather elaborate (but of course conclusive) test above, our violinist guinea pig preferred the Bose for their comfortable materials and secure positioning. These might just be the discerning jogger’s in-ears.
Summary: The latest noise cancelling headphones from Bose are light, simple and very good — but they’re not exactly inexpensive. In noise cancelling terms, Bose is the premium brand to which others aspire, but they’re best known for their full headphone devices. The QuietComfort 20i are a little different; headphones of the in-ear type instead, which means they’re significantly smaller and lighter than previous Bose offerings, which is an important consideration for regular...
Summary: At nearly $300 you'd expect Bose's latest in-ear headphones to rock, and the QC20i doesn't disappoint
Pros: Incredible noise cancelling, Extremely comfortable, Amazing sound quality, Aware mode will keep you alive, iOS, Android and Windows models available, Works passively, Boasting amazing noise canceling technology and incredible sound, the QuietComfort 20 is also extremely comfortable. Additionally, we really liked "Aware Mode" and laud Bose for making versions compatible with every major mobile OS.
Cons: Expensive, Battery module is huge, While we were pleased with most everything about the QuietComfort 20s, it's hard to look past that $300 price tag. Also, the battery module is huge and in our tests it always felt weird. Do you let it hang out of your pocket or do you tuck it into your pocket? We've been using the QuietComfort 20s for weeks and we have yet to find a decent solution.
Conclusion: Ja, de är vettlöst dyra. Bose Quiet Comfort 20i är de överlägset dyraste snäckorna vi på Gamereactor någonsin betygsatt. Men de är också de bästa. För det är inte bara den fullständigt överlägsna "noise cancellation"-tekniken från Bose som briljerar i Bose Quiet Comfort 20i. De erbjuder även en ljudkaraktär och en kvalitet som är oöverträffad när man pratar snäckor kopplade till en helt vanlig Iphone.
Pros: Hutlöst bra ljudkvalitet med en otrolig klang, klockren brusreducering, grym passform, läcker design