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Bose QuietComfort 15
7.6 out of 10

Bose QuietComfort 15

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Overall 8

Very good, only a couple of niggles.

bobwmunich, CNET
18 June 2013
  • Summary: Summer is here and I can open the roof on my Spider. The QC 15 does a nice job of reducing the wind and road noise (I can almost imagine myself in an S-Class) and I can hear the music fine.
  • Pros: - excellent noise reduction, - very comfortable (and in an open car they keep the ears warm)
  • Cons: - rechargeable batteries not supported (supposedly), - low battery click very annoying, - no automatic shut off
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Overall 10

Best Headphones I have owned!

NathandScott, CNET
9 May 2013
  • Summary: I debated buying these for a long time, and brought many other cheaper Headphones during the time. Eventually at boxing day sales bit the bullet and brought them. They werent on sale, while all the competitor ones were and that fact as much as anything convinced me that Bose didnt need to discount...
  • Pros: Comfort & Sound quality (what else do you want!)
  • Cons: Large size.
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Overall 9

Not the product I expected, but good in its own way!

Premium-User, CNET
14 February 2013
  • Summary: About six months ago I replaced my Bose TriPort headphones with a pair of QC15. The purchase did turn out to make me happy, though not the way I expected.
  • Pros: + Noise Cancelation stops Neds on the bus, Stops the indoor water fall in the office..., + Light-weight and very comfortable, + Sound Quality is very good, + Case is great for protecting them, + Battery life is great
  • Cons: - Need batteries, - Price is high , but I think they are worth it
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Overall 9

The best noise reduction headphones available.

AmyPearson, CNET
7 February 2013
  • Summary: If you are looking for noise reduction headphones (rather necessary in this over populated world, even if you are well-off) choose these.
  • Pros: Their audio quality matches at $150-$200 pair of audiophile headphones.
  • Cons: If they improved the frequency range in a more costly model I would buy it.
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Overall 9

incredibly well rounded!!

mj123-4, CNET
21 October 2012
  • Summary: if you listen to rnb and rap, buy the beats. for everything else, buy these!!
  • Pros: 1. noise cancelling is superb, 2. confortable, 3. sound is beast
  • Cons: 1. not cheap, 2. music cuts out when you go over speed bumps, 3. not s much bss as the beats
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Overall 10

The Best Sound Canceling Headphones On the Market!!!

sjcruiser36, CNET
3 September 2012
  • Summary: All the audio products in my house, and car is from Bose, and the headphones allow me to take that same quality on the road, and especially long international flights whether I'm listening to my own music on my iPhone, or the in-cabin or in-seat entertainment systems on the plane.
  • Pros: Great sound clarity and quality, lightweight, great battery life, and the carry case is a plus!!!
  • Cons: I have found no issues to complain or write about with any of the Bose products I own.
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Overall 10

Excellent sound, excellent noise cancellation.

Tansens, CNET
13 July 2012
  • Summary: For the price these headphones are very good.
  • Pros: Noise cancellation is very effective for libraries, airplane rides, even coffee shops., Sound quality is very good., Around the ear fit is the most comfortable I've tried, with no pressure put on your ear. You can wear glasses under them.
  • Cons: The price can be a bit steep, but they will last you for years if you take care of them., They do not work unless powered on, and while battery life lasts 35 hours or so, this can be a minor inconvenience. Just carry an extra AAA battery.
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Overall 9

Bought this product and having an amazing time with it

tekeestu, CNET
6 July 2012
  • Summary: I would say for what you pay is what you get. If you are looking for a comfortable headphone with "note" an awesome noise cancelling capability without letting it pain your ears while the music is playing.. This is literally the best of both worlds.
  • Pros: For (i=0;i<3;i++) {, printf(", a. Noise cancelling, b. Sound quality, c. Comfort -- no allergy type (I am a very skin sensitive person), ");, }, d. Includes an airline attachable socket with adjustable one click lo-hi volume correcter.
  • Cons: A major con though is the mic-speaker combo secondary cable that is given only works with a crappy iphone., Hope CNET can tell me how to make it work with Android devices--at-least the high end ones.
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Overall 10

Prfect high end headphones

shezishah, CNET
27 June 2012
  • Summary: I had to choose between dr dre beats studio and this headphone. My primary concern was sound cancelling which bose through this headphone has gotten close to perfection. Sound on this is definitely outstanding but if I was a solely deep base beat thumping music listener and no other form I would...
  • Pros: Sound quality, Design, comfort
  • Cons: concerns for a new model coming out soon
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Overall 10

Surprisingly excellent sound.

catfan2, CNET
20 June 2012
  • Summary: I used to read a lot of headphone forums. Based on advice I got there, I own both a very good pair of closed studio headphones (Sennheiser HD380 Pro) and a very good pair of audiophile open headphones (Audio Technica ATH-AD900.)
  • Pros: Sound quality, noise canceling, comfort.
  • Cons: None that I can think of.
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