Bose Quiet Comfort 25 - QC25 - £163.90 delivered @ Amazon Spain
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Bose Quiet Comfort 25 - QC25 - £163.90 delivered @ Amazon Spain

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Found 27th Nov 2015
Bose QC25 for Apple devices €229 at Amazon Spain.

€232.96 including delivery which works out at £163.90.

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Bargain! £100 extra in UK. Been waiting for a decent price on these.. anyone know if they do wireless versions of these?
Yup, bought these a couple of weeks ago for this price, well good :-)
wasabimaster

Yup, bought these a couple of weeks ago for this price, well good :-)



How long did they take to arrive?
Hi Do you know is it used or new? And how do we convert to English?
These are new, very tempting, £165 with quicker delivery if your in a rush.
wasabimaster

Yup, bought these a couple of weeks ago for this price, well good :-)



​thanks for sharing
Bought!
Hot !!!
After trying instore I've purchased aswell, coming Monday
Is it still a bargain for Android devices, considering it's a higher price than the Apple version?
Excellent price, but I went for the limited edition black version on Amazon France amazon.fr/dp/…0Y/ for a few quid more.
iguanapunk

Is it still a bargain for Android devices, considering it's a higher … Is it still a bargain for Android devices, considering it's a higher price than the Apple version?



You can just buy the Android version of the cable for about a tenner on eBay
How does it compare to Plantronics Backbeat Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones?
Your text here

I just purchased a Plantronics Backbeat Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones from amazon UK for £79 which I received last night. So far I like it very much.

I am thinking of buying the Bose too. Is the Bose better to justify more than twice the price?
Edited by: "huangxq2" 28th Nov 2015
The cheapest I can find in UK is £200
Your text here

So less than £40 cheaper, not £100.

But given it is amazon and cheaper price, hot.
Edited by: "huangxq2" 28th Nov 2015
Are those not bluetooth enabled?

Why do they need batteries? Are the batteries for noise cancellation?
Edited by: "huangxq2" 29th Nov 2015
huangxq2

Are those not bluetooth enabled?Why do not need batteries? Are the … Are those not bluetooth enabled?Why do not need batteries? Are the batteries for noise cancellation?



No, they're not Bluetooth enabled. Batteries are for noise cancellation
ordered, my dads getting them too!
huangxq2

Are those not bluetooth enabled?Why do they need batteries? Are the … Are those not bluetooth enabled?Why do they need batteries? Are the batteries for noise cancellation?



You need batteries for the noise cancellation feature. It runs an algorithm whilst the noise cancellation is on to negate certain wave frequencies so the headphones need power from the batteries.
If you fly/train/bus a lot get these.

If you don't, get something else.

Sage like, you'll agree
Good deal this, I bought mine a couple of years ago for about £80 more. They are brilliant for regular flyers.
I have the qc15s and wouldn't fly without them now. Blocks screaming kids instantly. Just a Shame it can't stop the banging in the back of your seat.
Thanks for all the excellent responses. Are these any good for the gym? I want good headphones, but these might be overkill. I want something to blank out all the awful music played there.
Tempted
huangxq2

How does it compare to Plantronics Backbeat Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling … How does it compare to Plantronics Backbeat Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones?Your text hereI just purchased a Plantronics Backbeat Pro Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones from amazon UK for £79 which I received last night. So far I like it very much.I am thinking of buying the Bose too. Is the Bose better to justify more than twice the price?



​i have both! the bose are lighter. maybe slightly better sound quality. but i have stopped using them since getting my plantronics as they are wireless! i got the plantronics due to long battery life. with noise cancellation the app tells me battery life is 25 to 30 hours. i dont find a difference in noise cancellation with music at work. good for phone calls too. my main concern is batteries and if they will die after a few years. the reason i got bose is because they take two aaa batteries. but loving the wireless plantronics.
normal

Excellent price, but I went for the limited edition black version on … Excellent price, but I went for the limited edition black version on Amazon France http://www.amazon.fr/dp/B0117RFP0Y/ for a few quid more.



No dispatch until January. Delivered between 3rd January and 4th February. Anywhere else to get these for around same price before Christmas? Amazon Es doesn't have special edition.
Ted Wales

Thanks for all the excellent responses. Are these any good for the gym? I … Thanks for all the excellent responses. Are these any good for the gym? I want good headphones, but these might be overkill. I want something to blank out all the awful music played there.



No these are OVER EAR headphones they must be positioned with care, movement etc will knock them off axis. They are large and have a lot of mass so will slip off / move. They cover your ears so you will sweat inside the enclosed ear cups.

For the Gym look for either noise isolation (NI) IN EAR headphones. Sure make superb NI units and Bose are good at NC.
Muzz

No dispatch until January. Delivered between 3rd January and 4th … No dispatch until January. Delivered between 3rd January and 4th February. Anywhere else to get these for around same price before Christmas? Amazon Es doesn't have special edition.



I purchased some AKG headphones from Amazon.DE and they had some mad ship date, arrive in 48 hour from Amazon UK even though I purchase from the German site. The box and label we all UK items, send from a UK Hub. I don't have prime but had to pay for "delivery from Germany" its all mad. But I got the AKGs for £150 less than the UK site!
Best quality for traveling pukka
jameshothothot

​i have both! the bose are lighter. maybe slightly better sound quality. b … ​i have both! the bose are lighter. maybe slightly better sound quality. but i have stopped using them since getting my plantronics as they are wireless! i got the plantronics due to long battery life. with noise cancellation the app tells me battery life is 25 to 30 hours. i dont find a difference in noise cancellation with music at work. good for phone calls too. my main concern is batteries and if they will die after a few years. the reason i got bose is because they take two aaa batteries. but loving the wireless plantronics.



Thank you for your detailed comparasion.

I do not like wired too.

On that basis, I am not going to buy, I will settle with my Plantronics.

I do find my Platronics has too much bass for my like. Do you find them bass heavy too?
Just went to buy these there now and the price has went back up :-(
Muzz

Just went to buy these there now and the price has went back up :-(



You can search on all amazon Europe.
Looks like they have all went back up across all sites. €45 for the special edition and €67 for the Apple standard ones.
Edited by: "Muzz" 1st Dec 2015
I got this deal last night Looking again today thinking of my son's Christmas present; it's ended - I guess he'll have to have mine !!!!!
Mine and dads arrived today, he's tried them before but this is my first trial of voice cancelling headphones.... Wow, they are incredible, it's like going deaf as soon as you flick that switch! What a dream for travelling or just getting rid of any background noise! So so impressed and great price
How about Bose SoundLink AE wireless headphones?

Anyone have them? Are they any good?
huangxq2

How about Bose SoundLink AE wireless headphones?Anyone have them? Are … How about Bose SoundLink AE wireless headphones?Anyone have them? Are they any good?



These look like the QC25 drivers with no noise cancelling. The Bose drivers are OK.

I prefer the sound of the AKG K845 units with 50mm drivers (these are over ear and larger) they are BT. I got a second pair from Amazon France last week for £106 arrived in 2 days from Amazon UK. Price is back up now just checked

Worth doing the research and waiting for deals. I got somer Sennheiser headphones from Peter Tyson when they had them on offer - Nice thing with these is the LiION battery slides out in a module. Knock off replacements are under $10 US for a pair. Official ones are $35US.

I use the MM450 on the train and work as they are on ear and small and fold up nicer

There is a wide range of good wireless (BT) headphones. I like the Sennheiser (I have the small MM450 and the MM550 - could not decide so got both!) and AKG sound over the Bose but that just me. Best to try out some headphones if you can. The wired version use the same drivers as the BT one so that's an indicator of sound. But wired will not sound the same as there is no BT processing.

The Bose QC25 had a good reputation for mid range Noise Cancelling. My Sennheisers are not the NC varients.

For in ear the Sure units are my favourite MUCH better than others. Note with In ear you get noise isolation (better than NC in most cases, the isolation on the Sure is so good you can only hear 1) your heartbeat 2) the sound of the headphone cable if if touches something! An unlike NC the sound is very, very pure - using wires. Small and no batteries. The foams are critical on the in ear units and after a year of use you notice they degrade and you lose isolation. But a replacement pack of offical spares is around £15 delivered. One thing to note with the high end in ear is that you must keep and use the cleaning tools as otherwise wax will block the tiny ports in the driver units - most of the good ones have 3 drivers per ear!

Worth looking at the entry level headsets too e.g. etc it also depends on your phone and the music source and listening environment.

amazon.co.uk/Kin…ITS

thewirecutter.com/rev…es/

Edited by: "frownbreaker" 2nd Dec 2015
Thanks for your detailed review.

I found Plantronics Backbeat Pro wireless has too much bass for me.

Do anyone know a good pair wireless headphone with light bass?
huangxq2

Thanks for your detailed review.I found Plantronics Backbeat Pro wireless … Thanks for your detailed review.I found Plantronics Backbeat Pro wireless has too much bass for me.Do anyone know a good pair wireless headphone with light bass?



The clue us in the name that range was their attempt at a Beat Killer -so the jacked up the base response.

The Plantronics, Beats etc are popular designs. I think you should listen to any monitor headphones (not DJ these for listening to when they are around your neck, not just on your head) Vs the popular brands that are not flat but have a raised base response. The brands from Harmon Kardon - see Wikipedia (AKG, etc) or any of the monitor / studio headphones with a separate BT adaptor. Sennheiser are a very strong brand in the studio space. Shockingly the new Beats Studio line are supposed to be really good. I've not seen or tried them but they've been improving the engineering from joke level to almost credible. The studio market is very conservative and things like availability of spares etc drive this space. I have some ADK electrostatics ideal for listening to strings - 30 years old and I can still get pads for them!

wirerealm.com/gui…nes
dslrfilmnoob.com/201…up/ This set up used the clipper from Jabra I use a Sony unit £12-£18 from 7 day shop I think search HUKD.
zolzoom.com//it…lue

Edited by: "frownbreaker" 3rd Dec 2015
frownbreaker

The clue us in the name that range was their attempt at a Beat Killer -so … The clue us in the name that range was their attempt at a Beat Killer -so the jacked up the base response.The Plantronics, Beats etc are popular designs. I think you should listen to any monitor headphones (not DJ these for listening to when they are around your neck, not just on your head) Vs the popular brands that are not flat but have a raised base response. The brands from Harmon Kardon - see Wikipedia (AKG, etc) or any of the monitor / studio headphones with a separate BT adaptor. Sennheiser are a very strong brand in the studio space. Shockingly the new Beats Studio line are supposed to be really good. I've not seen or tried them but they've been improving the engineering from joke level to almost credible. The studio market is very conservative and things like availability of spares etc drive this space. I have some ADK electrostatics ideal for listening to strings - 30 years old and I can still get pads for them!http://www.wirerealm.com/guides/top-10-best-studio-headphoneshttp://www.dslrfilmnoob.com/2012/04/07/headphone-wireless-monitoring-setup/ This set up used the clipper from Jabra I use a Sony unit £12-£18 from 7 day shop I think search HUKD.https://www.zolzoom.com//item/jabra-clipper-bluetooth-stereo-headset-blue



Thanks for the suggestions.

I plan to use them on the train. And I do not like wires. I use Sony A15 walkman which support APTX on bluetooth.

I cannot take wired headphone + bluetooth use outside.

I just bought Philips Fidelio M2BT wireless.

Was thinking of Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless, but too expensive.

Was thinking of Bose AE2W, amazon Germany reduced to €155 before. But really do not like the look of extra bluetooth unit stick out.

By the way, tomorrow amazon UK has Bose AE2W in lighting deal at 8am for Prime members.
Edited by: "huangxq2" 3rd Dec 2015
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