Bose Quietcomfort 15 Review

Bose Quietcomfort 15 Review

Bose Quietcomfort 15 Review

Today I wanted to go over the Bose Quietcomfort 15, as far as noise cancelling these are leading in the field and have been the big boy’s for awhile now.  Depending on what you want you might want these or you might prefer something different.  I’ll go over the pros and cons of these headphones.

I wasn’t the biggest fan of Bose for awhile but they hit a home run with some of their headphones, this is one and for noise cancelling I don’t think you will find better.

Bose Quietcomfort 15

Do you want more noise cancellation than audio quality? That’s something to think about.  If you aren’t an audiophile and can’t notice every little thing and want the best noise cancelling than go with these I would say.  If you’re an audiophile and want quality over a little less noise cancelling I would go with the Sennheiser PXC 450.

Both are great headphones and the differences are minimal but they’re still good to take into consideration if you are going to spend that money for quality headphones.

Advancements

These Bose acoustic headphones have made a lot of improvements and this model is better than the others.  They cancel noise better, they sound better and they’re more comfortable.  I have been trying these headphones since the beginning and these gave me faith in Bose again.  The QC15’s are also integrated with some iphone technology if you have an iphone.  They make it easy to answer calls with these headphones. The battery life is also better and allow for rechargeable batteries for the active noise cancellation.

Quietcomfort 15 Specs

  • Size – Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 3 x 6.5 inches ; 7.4 ounces
  • Weight: 3 pounds
  • Ear Cushion Size – 3.8″H x 2.9″W ( 9.6 cm x 7.4 cm )
  • AAA battery: 35 hours average life

Bose Quietcomfort 15 Frequency Response

Unfortunately Bose doesn’t give out their frequency response like a lot of other manufactures but there have been different tests on these headphones by independent people.  The test are kind of all over the place, some say it performed well with lower tones and base and didn’t do as great with higher frequency’s.   It’s hard to say without an official test but we can take away from the overall reviews of the headphones from professionals and average customers.

Bose Quiet Comfort 15 Review Conclusion

If you want the best noise cancellation I would seriously consider these, Bose has put most of it’s effort into creating the best noise cancellation around.  If you don’t really notice the smaller details like audiophiles then these are perfect for you.  Don’t get me wrong that sound great and are great quality, it’s hard to notice any difference if you’re not trained to pick out the small things.    I would have to say these are my favorite headphones as far as pure noise cancellation.

Bose Quiet Comfort 15 Reviews and Prices

Best Noise Cancelling Headphones Under 200

Best Noise Cancelling Headphones Under 200

Best Noise Cancelling Headphones Under 200

If you live in an noisy place or just don’t want to disturb anyone without sacrificing quality sound, here are some options for the best noise cancelling headphones under 200.  After reading hundreds and hundreds of reviews from customers, forums, professional musician sites and more the top dogs in this price range and performance for closed and noise cancelling headphones are listed below.  For around or under $200 you can get some really nice headphones that do a good job.  I saved you some time to search through a lot of reviews to give you an idea of what’s really good but you can always do your own research.   If you have read this blog I recommend Headroom cause of the quality of headphones and service, but that’s just my favorite.

Audio Technica ATH-ANC7B

Audio Technica ATH-ANC7B

 

 

Retail Price: $219.95

Headroom Price: $199

The Audio Technica ATH-ANC7B has a great reputation in the audiophile ranks.  It is one of the best if not the best closed full headphones under 200 out there.  These are very versatile headphones that sound great in the studio plugged into amps or even just an ipod.  They have great active or passive noise cancellation that works very well and blocks out sounds effectively.  They are pretty comfortable headphones with an adjustable headband.

*If you’re looking for more hardcore noise cancellation, you should check out the Sennheiser PXC310, although it cost more at about $300.  These are also rated up there with the best noise cancelling headphones that sound great too.

These Audio Technica ATH-ANC7B do have a better balance of noise cancellation without the loss of audio quality if that’s what you’re looking for.

Pro’s

-Regularly regarded to have the best mids of headphones under 200

-Great passive or active noise cancelling.

-Comes with an added mini plug for ipods, mp3 players and or laptops.

-Great 40 mm XXL driver for better audio quality all around.

Con’s

After all the research we did, we honestly couldn’t find any recurring problems, do the research yourself and were sure you will come up with the same.   If you do find something please let us know because we do want a accurate review of headphones.  Those are my two favorite and best noise cancelling headphones.

Review Video of The Audio Technica ATH-ANC7B That I Found

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlYx6fzO6AE

Audio Technica ATH-ANC7B Reviews and Prices