Bose qc20 £199.99 @ Amazon
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Bose qc20 £199.99 @ Amazon

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Found 24th Dec 2017
Good reviews and price has dropped by about £50 quid. Buying these for my noisy open office.

Extract from Amazon below

“Shut out the world and lose yourself in your music – or let the world in. It’s your choice with in-ear noise cancelling headphones from Bose. The QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones let you enjoy ideal sound every day, everywhere you go. Turn on noise cancelling to reduce surrounding distractions and focus on your music. Or, at the touch of a button, activate Aware mode to hear what’s happening around you. Proprietary StayHear+ tips provide a soft, secure fit. The inline microphone and remote let you switch easily between calls and music on your iPhone.“
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Still about £150 overpriced.

Soundmagic E10
£194 at home av direct.
htslough12 m ago

Still about £150 overpriced.Soundmagic E10

Not exactly noise canceling. For anyone who is working in an open work or a frequent traveler, know how much it is worth.
Still not cheap for what they are
thcleaner13 h, 8 m ago

Not exactly noise canceling. For anyone who is working in an open work or …Not exactly noise canceling. For anyone who is working in an open work or a frequent traveler, know how much it is worth.


I'm not sure what you mean by 'Not Exactly noise cancelling' because thats exactly what they are. These are great headphones for flights. Compact and light, which is what a frequent traveller looks for too. I've had these with me for a number of years after I got tired of over the ear phones making it difficult to sleep.

Now they are not perfect, they have been designed for air travel more than anything else. If you have any airflow running over the outside of the ear piece, they will snuggle and pop. So no good for running or cycling. Though £199 is not the best price they have been cheaper , and PeterTyson have these for a pound cheeper and free delivery. Can also be had on eBay for £170 new.
peter1969uk19 h, 20 m ago

I'm not sure what you mean by 'Not Exactly noise cancelling' because thats …I'm not sure what you mean by 'Not Exactly noise cancelling' because thats exactly what they are. These are great headphones for flights. Compact and light, which is what a frequent traveller looks for too. I've had these with me for a number of years after I got tired of over the ear phones making it difficult to sleep. Now they are not perfect, they have been designed for air travel more than anything else. If you have any airflow running over the outside of the ear piece, they will snuggle and pop. So no good for running or cycling. Though £199 is not the best price they have been cheaper , and PeterTyson have these for a pound cheeper and free delivery. Can also be had on eBay for £170 new.


He means active noise cancelling, not passive.
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