Summary: There's a lot of talk regarding these lately and how they match up to the beats. I've owned or used a pair of most types of Beats by Dre. Generally, I'm pretty positive on the sound quality of the Beats Studios and I proudly owned them for a bit. I had the matte silver ones so they looked a little less flashy for more conservative environments. Recently, however, I made the switch after a long and drawn out internal debate.
Summary: I was reading about this Headphones since a few months ago and some people said that its not so good for the street but they are perfect, I mean, they obviously won't erase the exterior sound, but the name is very clear "Acustic Noise Cancelling" they Cancell just the extreme Noise, no the entire sound, I think they Worth every penny and i am so happy because finally i had it.
Totally worth it! You get more than what you pay for!
11 October 2012
Summary: Just "THE" best headphones I've tried out in my life. I have to do the disclaimer saying that noise reduction/cancellation was a big feature for me (I fly often), and Boses's QC15 are just top of the game on that regards. However, more things surprised me: - even with no music, these headphones are already great!
Summary: I've tried other cheaper brands but if you want true quality and real noise cancellation you have to go with Bose. I use these especially for plane travel and they are great at canceling the load jet engine noise, but they also cut the crying baby/child noise as well and makes the trip that much easier. Id recommend these to travelers who like movies and music and peace.
The price tag hurts but the performance and enjoyment make up for it
S. Williams "Electrical Engineer", Amazon
9 October 2012
Summary: This is the first time and hopefully the last that I spend $300 on a pair of headphones, but let me tell you if you're going on a long international flight it is well worth it. It is amazing how much background noise gets eliminated by the noise cancellation, and the sound of the headphones is a perfect balance of treble and bass. Not too much bass, like other headphones but just the right amount.
Summary: During the last month I purchased both the Sennheiser MM 550-X and the Bose QC-15 headphones. My goal was to find a decent pair of noise canceling headphones to block out ambient noise in my office. I'm keeping the Bose, and sending back the Sennheisers. Here is why: 1) The Bose fit my large ears much better. The Sennheisers are just a little too small. They aren't as comfortable. 2) The Bose noise canceling is much better.
Summary: So I'm not one to spend $300 on a set of headphones, and I didn't, 6 of my friends did collectively on VenTribe.com But I've since bought my dad them, because you get what you pay for. I'll keep this short and sweet: - Unreal sound quality (better than any headphones I've ever used) - Really comfortable - they look quite big but sit nicely - Noise cancelling really does mean exactly that unlike a lot of cheaper alternatives.
Summary: I'd been thinking of buying some Bose noise cancelling headphones for a few years. Eventually I decided to make a purchase after testing both the QC15 and the QC3 in various shops (inc Bose and Apple). After talking to a Bose employee whilst in the shop I decided on the QC15 for the following reasons: - The QC15 has, so I was told, 15% better noise cancellation than the QC3 - They run on a single AAA battery (included), unlike the QC3 which has a proprietry rechargeable...
Excerpt: They’re comfortable with brilliant noise cancellation, a work commute, and walk in a busy city, anything is gone, you’re left with yourself and your music. They thrive in places with noise, but as at-home headphones, you can find better value for your money, although I’d still get these, just because of the comfort.