In search of a sturdy case for your BOSE AE2 or AE2i? Search no more
11 February 2014
Summary: This case fits AE2(i) headphones perfectly! I recently replaced my BOSE AE2 ear cushions after 2 years of intense (ab)use. One of the thing bothering me, was the bag that came with the purchase of the headphones.
Much better than the bag that comes with AE2W headphones
6 February 2014
Summary: Recently purchased a pair of AE2W from Amazon. After reading some of these reviews saying that AE2 don't fit into this case, I went to the local Bose retailer to try fitting AE2Ws into the Bose Carrying Case for QuietComfort 15, and these fit without issue, even with the bluetooth adapter attached.
Summary: Best noise-cancellation of any headphones I've used before. You don't even notice how loud places are until you take these off! Great for traveling - planes, skytrain, etc. Just remember to carry an extra battery around as they don't work at all without power.
Summary: Pros: Good packaging and product looks awesome itself. Lightweight and extremely comfortable to wear even for a longer period of time. Fantastic noise canceling tech. Nice pouch that puts everything inside easily and organized.
Summary: I never thought I'd call a gadget "life-changing". It sounds like the hyperbole of intelligence-insulting marketing. But I think it's fair to call these headphones just that. I have a middlingly horrible commute through central London in my working week.
Summary: I have been thinking about buying these bose quiet comfort 15 for the last year and a half and I have to say, I'm glad I did. I have a pair of Goldring 1000 and they have been very good for the price at £70 at the time.
Summary: Had heard people talking about these, including my partner, his birthday is in March, he is in the Royal Navy Submarines and is going away for 3 months. I was going to wrap these up and give him them to open on the day, but knowing what they are supposed to be able to do, I thought he would probably...