Summary: I been using Bose product for over 20 years. I just get the QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones few weeks ago. They are really good, the sound quality is terrific, nice bass and treble. Also they are really comfort for long hours of use.
Summary: After hearing some friends' sets of QC 15s, which they, being frequent flyers, purchased for their use while flying, I knew it was time to replace my old set of headphones. The Bose, while not the most comfortable headphones I've ever put on, are the most comfortable pair I've ever owned. Their dynamic range is fantastic, and the bass response is clear and strong, but not overbearing. But, of course, their claim to fame - the noise-cancelling feature - is unmatched.
Pros: Noise reduction lives up to its claims. Sound is full and spacious.
Cons: Ear cushions could be fuller and a bit more comfortable,
Summary: These headphones do exactly what they're supposed to do, that being "cancel" noise. While wearing these, any static noise is filtered out. I can hear voices occasionally if the music volume is very low but I'd almost prefer that in case someone is screaming my name at work. Very comfortable, haven't had to change the batteries with a couple weeks of frequent use, and they look sleek and clean. Maybe not the most top tier audio quality, but that's not why I bought these.
Pros: -Comfortable -Block noise well -Ease of use -Good looking product
Summary: I held off on buying the Bose set as I thought my well sealed earplugs were good enough, but after trying out a friends set on a flight I was sold. I compared the QC15s against other sets in store displays including Beats Executive, Audio Technica and Sony models and the Bose was the most comfortable and provided the most effective noise reduction.
Pros: Comfortable, best noise reduction, decent sound quality
Cons: Build seems a bit cheap for the price. Good thing they come with a hard case or they would probably get broken sooner than later.