Sennheiser PXC 450 vs Bose Quiet Comfort 15
Best Noise Cancelling Headphones Under $500
The overall conclusion for many professionals and consumers alike are that these are both great headphones but depending on what you’re looking for in noise cancelling, one is better than the other. Below I listed some thoughts on what you prefer more and what headphones would match what you’re looking for.
Sennheiser PXC 450
Headroom Price: $349.95
If you’re going for a little more sound quality and a little less noise cancellation go with these. Also most reviewers say these don’t warm your ears up as much as the Bose do. The consensus is that these are also built more sturdy and feel like a better quality product. These are still great at noise cancellation just not as well as the Bose are. So if you’re going for a better sounding headphone in the noise cancellation category, I would go with these.
-Far Superior Sound Quality Than Bose
-Built Better Than Bose
-Comfortable and Portable
-Little less noise cancellation than Bose
-Not as much bass-Although you can solve that with messing with the volume and eq settings if that’s what you want.
Headroom Price $349
Bose invented noise cancellation and they have continually pushed the technology in this area. If you want slightly better noise cancellation go with these, if you don’t mind sacrificing on the sound quality and product quality go with these. If you fly a lot, work in loud areas or just want the best noise cancellation available these win but not by much. Overall the Sennheiser PXC 450’s are better for sound quality even with a slightly lower cancellation but it’s hardly noticeable.
-Best Noise Cancelling
-Good Sound Quality
-Not as good of sound quality as the PXC 450
-Not Made as well as the PXC 450
-Can heat up a little more when used for extended periods of time