Bose® QuietComfort® 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling® Headphones – Limited Edition (Discontinued)

August 3, 2013 - Comment

They’re the best Bose headphones in limited-edition Blue. QuietComfort 15 headphones feature exclusive Bose advancements in noise reduction technology. You hear less noise and more of your music and movies – with quality sound and a long-lasting comfortable fit. You won’t find this combination of benefits in any other headphone. Product Features The best Bose®

They’re the best Bose headphones in limited-edition Blue. QuietComfort 15 headphones feature exclusive Bose advancements in noise reduction technology. You hear less noise and more of your music and movies – with quality sound and a long-lasting comfortable fit. You won’t find this combination of benefits in any other headphone.

Product Features

  • The best Bose® headphones reduce noise across a wide range of frequencies
  • Enjoy music and movies with clear and lifelike sound
  • Comfortable, around-the-ear fit; ideal for frequent flyers
  • Includes cable with remote for iPhone®/iPod® control, mic for hands-free iPhone calling, and Limited Edition carrying case
  • AAA battery: 35 hours average life

Comments

B. Bagwell says:

Bose QC15 vs. V-MODA Crossfade LP Over-Ear Noise-Isolating I got a great deal on the V-MODA Crossfade LP Over-Ear Noise-Isolating for Cyber Monday… 74.99 instead of 125… Noise Isolating? Hardly! Comfort – none… at all. I had used my husbands Bose Quiet Comfort 15’s before and the Crossfades sounded alright, but after wearing them for 10 min, my head was pounding. I switched back to his quiet comfort, and the sound was 10x better in my opinion, my ears weren’t sore, and the noise cancellation actually got rid of the ambient noise and static.Processed the return for the crossfades and coughed up the extra 225.00 for the Bose.Pros:- Comfort x10- Noise cancelling is great- Sounds great – People have reviewed that the base is poor on these, but I disagree.Cons:- Yes the are more expensive because of the name- Yes the feel much cheaper than than the crossfades but my husband has had no issues with his. He has had them for 3+ years and wears them frequentlyI…

David Washington "little dave" says:

It took awhile… I just recieved these headphones and at first I was not impressed at all. There appeared to be more sound coming out of the left ear then the right and the highs where painful. That changed a couple minutes into my first use. I’m going to assume that this had something to do with the seal of the headphone cup around my ears. About 10 minutes into American Horror Story the sound was prefect. Well balanced. The sound of my roommate walking around above me was completely gone. I’m one of those people that are easly triggered by outside noses when watching a movie. I have the QC2 and I love them, in fact I’ve had them for over five years with no problems. I wanted to see if there was any difference between the two. The answer is YES!. I listed to TV through a Bose surround sound system. However, another level of joy came when I plugged this set into my ipod classic. Beautiful- alittle less bass then I’m use to, but that is easly taken care of with the eq setting. I fly across the…

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