Bose QC15 – Carrying Case (Front)

Bose QC15 – Carrying Case (Open)

Bose QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

$115.00
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  • I always wanted to get the also known as Bose QC15 in short because it is one of the best noise cancelling headphones in the market. It is good specially when you travel a lot! Be it via plane or by bus, the QC15 will be able to cancel out some noises produce from the vehicle’s engines. I also heard from my colleagues that it is a life saver in the plane when you have a crying child on board.

    When it comes to comfort, the Bose QC15 and AE2i beats Audio-Technica ATH-M50 hands down. Between the QC15 and the AEI2, both are as comfortable despite the QC15 being slightly heavier. I have no problem wearing it at work for a few hours straight.

  • When it comes to comfort, the Bose QC15 and AE2i beats Audio-Technica ATH-M50 hands down. Between the QC15 and the AEI2, both are as comfortable despite the QC15 being slightly heavier. I have no problem wearing it at work for a few hours straight.

    USA= for Bose QC25 and for Bose QC15


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  • When it comes to comfort, the Bose QC15 and AE2i beats Audio-Technica ATH-M50 hands down. Between the QC15 and the AEI2, both are as comfortable despite the QC15 being slightly heavier. I have no problem wearing it at work for a few hours straight.

Bose QC15 – Carrying Case (Back)

The Bose QC15 has long been the standard for noise cancelling headphones, because its noise cancelling is so much better than anybody else's and it sounds pretty nice. Suddenly, Bose is replacing it with the , a headphone that costs the same ($299) and offers one especially nice new feature: the QC25 still works in passive mode when its batteries run down, which the QC15 didn't.