These headphones are a great way to only listen to what you want with the noise cancelling feature. They reduce the background noise really well and allow the focus to be only on what you want to listen to. We use these mainly when on airplanes and the engine / cabin noise is reduced considerably.
Have got my third replacement product for the same error. Will be to cancel the purchase if the error repeats itself.
I have had my QC15 for 4 years and they are still like new. Thought, however, sell them and buy QC25 rather than when they are described as being better than the QC15 in several tests .. But after trying them was no longer viable. QC25 are stylish, more urban street, while the QC15 has set function before style, which makes the QC15 to them most comfortable headphones on the market.
When I was a student I had an old banger that rattled and creaked so I'd turn up the radio volume to deal with the noise. I've been doing that ever since. I eventually figured out that the solution is to turn down the noise not turn up the volume. I did all the research on active noise cancelling technology, tried several units in the shops, even purchased a pair of low end ANC phones. The QC25s are in a league of their own and don't let anybody try to convince you otherwise. $400 is a lot to pay but when you wear these in a plane or train you
I just tested this, together with 7 other kids.
Must say directly, this is a fantastic handset!
The only drawback is the cord.
No, one more thing ... the sound without noise reduction is not funny ... murky and flat ... so it must be activated.
Incidentally, the cruel!
Best (maybe) noise reduction
Incredibly good sound
Gameplay to a thousand, perhaps maybe slightly basflörtig.
Lightweight and extremely comfortable
That said, the only "bad" I can think of is the cord.
This must commute to work with me this week with "Big Brother" QC35 and Sennheiser Momentum to determine a final winner.
Sound-wise, it's not worth adding 1500 - more for QC35, but maybe 500 - more for Sennheiser Momentum.
But is considering the function ... then win the cordless ... you can not get away from.
The active sound attenuation is stronger for longer flight. The sound I think that's perfectly OK. (Compare with a Jabra Revo Wireless.)
A little warm but with headset on for 10h flights. Maybe it had been even better with Bose In Ear lurk instead (they do however have an annoying battery cord) ...
Indispensable on flight / bus / train journeys. The only negative thing I have to say is that the base is not as good as I had wished for, unfortunately. But beyond that delivers headphones.
This product is a must for the frequent flyer. The moment you activate the noise cancelling mode you are transported away from the noise of the jet engines and the hustle and bustle of the airplane cabin. This product is great for listening to music or watching that movie you wanted to catch without being disturbed by the crying baby informant of you, or if you just want quiet, the noise cancelling by itself provides a peaceful silence.
I can only voice in the chorus of praise regarding these lurking. They are absolutely fantastic at filtering out distracting noises.
One negative aspect besides that all the other pointed out that the volume on iOS devices is very very low. I need to have the volume of almost full, anyway the red, to listen properly.
Otherwise it full marks!
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