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Bose QuietComfort 25 (black) noise cancelling headphones @ Argos £139.95
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Bose QuietComfort 25 (black) noise cancelling headphones @ Argos £139.95

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Posted 17th Mar
Seeing as Amazon have sold out of Bose QC 25, the same price at Argos with good availability seems like a good deal for me.
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They have been slightly cheaper, and value seems questionable considering audio quality on offer. But having tried them on for a bit I was enchanted at how effective they are at cancelling noise.
I can't quite justify the QC 35 II or Sony's MX3's. Compared to them 25 seems cheap and good value.
basergorkobal17/03/2019 11:04

They have been slightly cheaper, and value seems questionable considering …They have been slightly cheaper, and value seems questionable considering audio quality on offer. But having tried them on for a bit I was enchanted at how effective they are at cancelling noise. I can't quite justify the QC 35 II or Sony's MX3's. Compared to them 25 seems cheap and good value.


Qc25 = wired

Qc35 and WH-1000XM3 =wireless, Bluetooth
Decent deal .
teddybeers17/03/2019 11:09

Qc25 = wiredQc35 and WH-1000XM3 =wireless, Bluetooth


So they are.
The defining features for me, for office use are NC and comfort. As I'll be using them around the office only, wires don't bother me that much.
China makes an interesting, dedicated wireless adapter for QC25. I haven't researched it much. But should be on par with other basic bluetooth adapters.
Be careful.with the cheapo Chinese adapters .. I got one and it ended up killing the Jack socket (the adapter Jack pushes too far in to the socket and breaks the left channel connection at the end of the Jack. Bose don't do repairs so you're screwed if out of warranty
basergorkobal1 h, 4 m ago

So they are.The defining features for me, for office use are NC and …So they are.The defining features for me, for office use are NC and comfort. As I'll be using them around the office only, wires don't bother me that much. China makes an interesting, dedicated wireless adapter for QC25. I haven't researched it much. But should be on par with other basic bluetooth adapters.


I bluetacked a Bluetooth receiver onto one of the earcups to give it a go. There is a fair drop in audio quality for music but I get by. I read a review of the Chinese unit and "wooly sound"was the phrase used which puts me off. Shame... Looking for a decent quality unit at a reasonable price... Hard to do without tryi g it out though. There's so many adapters on the market.
basergorkobal3 h, 11 m ago

So they are.The defining features for me, for office use are NC and …So they are.The defining features for me, for office use are NC and comfort. As I'll be using them around the office only, wires don't bother me that much. China makes an interesting, dedicated wireless adapter for QC25. I haven't researched it much. But should be on par with other basic bluetooth adapters.


Be aware that if you listen at higher volumes these do leak sound a bit, not a problem at lower volumes though
I bought these then just bought an aux Bluetooth receiver on eBay for £12 on ebay. Removed the earpad and curled it up inside the ear dome and replaced the earpad.

Easy to charge the Bluetooth receiver too inside thebearpad and doesn't touch your ear due to how padded they are.
I got a pair of these and a bl25 bluetooth add-on. Amazing noise cancelling when on a plane and completely blocks out my wife's voice when I'm at home. Gets my vote
These have been as low as £105 at Hughes and £109 via Amazon Germany. Wait for them to drop.
basergorkobal18 h, 46 m ago

They have been slightly cheaper, and value seems questionable considering …They have been slightly cheaper, and value seems questionable considering audio quality on offer. But having tried them on for a bit I was enchanted at how effective they are at cancelling noise. I can't quite justify the QC 35 II or Sony's MX3's. Compared to them 25 seems cheap and good value.


Enchanted? Crikey
ruffedgrouse9 h, 27 m ago

These have been as low as £105 at Hughes and £109 via Amazon Germany. Wait …These have been as low as £105 at Hughes and £109 via Amazon Germany. Wait for them to drop.


I expect Amazon Germany will be selling them for less when they do come back into stock. The are normally 10% less than UK from what I've seen. So not a discount that is worth waiting for considering I want to start using them pronto.

QC35 mk2 going for £212 however is tempting. Wish the Sony's could be bought for something similar.
Got my from Bose for £129, can’t really fail them.
ordered a pair earlier today and just had them delivered.
I didn't realise until I saw on the box that they have the cable for apple devices.
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