BOSE QuietComfort 25 Noise-Cancelling Android Headphones £151.05 w/ code AUDIO5 + 2 Year Warranty @ Currys
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BOSE QuietComfort 25 Noise-Cancelling Android Headphones £151.05 w/ code AUDIO5 + 2 Year Warranty @ Currys

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Found 3rd Mar
Good price for these black Android Bose headphones and comes with a 2 year manufacturer warranty.

Nearly £10 cheaper than Amazon - use code AUDIO5 to get for £151.05

Also comes with 3 months free unlimited music with Deezer Premium+ (new subscribers)


  • Over-ear headphones: surrounds the ear
  • Supports high resolution audio
  • Compatible with Android
  • Features a microphone & remote & volume control
  • Single-sided detachable cable
  • 2 Year Manufacturer warranty
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£137.46 if you buy through My Choices or Perkz (or other similar employment schemes that offer instant e vouchers)

Thanks op heat
Edited by: "p-e-t-e" 3rd Mar
buddn0710 m ago

Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic …Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic Bluetooth headphones?


They're not Bluetooth. If you want Bluetooth nose cancelling you need Quiet Comfort 35s. And they are a little pricier.
buddn0712 m ago

Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic …Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic Bluetooth headphones?


These are not Bluetooth, the lead that comes with them is specific to android to control calls etc, Apple one also available
Edited by: "p-e-t-e" 3rd Mar
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Heat!
£137.46 if you buy through My Choices or Perkz (or other similar employment schemes that offer instant e vouchers)

Thanks op heat
Edited by: "p-e-t-e" 3rd Mar
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Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?

Are they not just generic Bluetooth headphones?
buddn0710 m ago

Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic …Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic Bluetooth headphones?


They're not Bluetooth. If you want Bluetooth nose cancelling you need Quiet Comfort 35s. And they are a little pricier.
buddn0712 m ago

Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic …Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic Bluetooth headphones?


These are not Bluetooth, the lead that comes with them is specific to android to control calls etc, Apple one also available
Edited by: "p-e-t-e" 3rd Mar
buddn0741 m ago

Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic …Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic Bluetooth headphones?


“Control your music and calls on Samsung and Android devices with inline mic/remote.”
This is the price that the 35's should be.
£159 at amazon if you prefer them
buddn071 h, 17 m ago

Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic …Why are these 'Android' headphones specifically?Are they not just generic Bluetooth headphones?


First off these are not Bluetooth.

It's just the lead that makes them android specific. I have the IOS version and use it with my android phone and tablet. The only thing you can't do is accept and end phone calls using the buttons on the lead. You can buy an alternative lead if this is important.
markslavin1 h, 36 m ago

They're not Bluetooth. If you want Bluetooth nose cancelling you need …They're not Bluetooth. If you want Bluetooth nose cancelling you need Quiet Comfort 35s. And they are a little pricier.


Would the nose cancelling fix my snoring? 😁
Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth the price?
fran1o861 m ago

Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth …Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth the price?


No
I have the Apple version which I use on a Moto Android phone, pause and play works normally.
I also have the 7Day Shop Aero noise cancelling headphones, bought new at under £25.
The Bose are outstanding and offer superb noise reduction.
The 7Day Shop Aero offer 30% less noise cancelling, suprisingly good sound, smaller ear cups and budget build quality.
fran1o867 m ago

Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth …Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth the price?


Yes, if you travel on aircraft, trains or public transport and want some peace they are worth it.
Wires is not hot in 21st century
Wait n watch in next 3 year there will be no headphone jack , all phone should run on wireless tech for sound
fran1o8636 m ago

Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth …Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth the price?


Yes. Use these at work. Awesome noise cancelling in open office
Wondering if there is a small Bluetooth Receiver/Adapter that could be used with this that doesn't make it look awkward. That way you can make this wireless for much lesser than buying a bluetooth Bose headphone.
These are amazing the only reason why I changed to the Bose QC35 is because they had Bose and makes life easier....apart from that they are amazing. In terms of sound between QC35 vs QC25 I believe QC35 are slightly more bass and overall sound louder

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fran1o8655 m ago

Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth …Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth the price?


If you are looking for noise-cancelling headphones and aren't bothered about Bluetooth, then this is probably the best value you can get.

Really come into their own on a long train or plane journey.
sanmoh16 m ago

Wondering if there is a small Bluetooth Receiver/Adapter that could be …Wondering if there is a small Bluetooth Receiver/Adapter that could be used with this that doesn't make it look awkward. That way you can make this wireless for much lesser than buying a bluetooth Bose headphone.


You can get an Airmod adapter that makes it wireless. Not that cheap though.
sanmoh1 h, 26 m ago

Wondering if there is a small Bluetooth Receiver/Adapter that could be …Wondering if there is a small Bluetooth Receiver/Adapter that could be used with this that doesn't make it look awkward. That way you can make this wireless for much lesser than buying a bluetooth Bose headphone.


There is a rather nice one on amazon check the headphones and it's the 1st recommendation but quite pricey
it is OOO for delivery
fran1o864 h, 3 m ago

Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth …Sorry I am totally clueless when it comes to headphones. Are these worth the price?


Yes, if you need noise cancelling. However there are other options. I am a fan if sennheiser products. The consensus seems to be that Bose are still ahead in the specific NC game but Senn generally sound better for music, etc.
Some comparison of stats here.
Senn HDs being lighter and cheaper, with BT.
This also seems to state that the 25s do not use neodymium magnets not sure if that is accurate though
The 2 Bose sets and 2 kind of equivalent Senn sets compared :
versus.com/en/sennheiser-hd-4-50-btnc-vs-sennheiser-pxc-550-vs-bose-quietcomfort-35-vs-bose-quietcomfort-25

As others say on most headphone threads. If you have the opportunity to go and try these headphones in a store and compare, that is definitely the way to get the best ones for you, as you can pick the sound and shape that feels right.
Edited by: "Mugginz" 3rd Mar
Mugginz13 m ago

Yes, if you need noise cancelling. However there are other options. I am a …Yes, if you need noise cancelling. However there are other options. I am a fan if sennheiser products. The consensus seems to be that Bose are still ahead in the specific NC game but Senn generally sound better for music, etc.Some comparison of stats here.Senn HDs being lighter and cheaper, with BT.This also seems to state that the 25s do not use neodymium magnets not sure if that is accurate thoughThe 2 Bose sets and 2 kind of equivalent Senn sets compared :versus.com/en/sennheiser-hd-4-50-btnc-vs-sennheiser-pxc-550-vs-bose-quietcomfort-35-vs-bose-quietcomfort-25As others say on most headphone threads. Of you have the opportunity to go and try these headphones in a store and compare, that is definitely to get the best ones for you, as you can pick the sound and shape that feels right.



It also states QC25 are not Stereo.... not sure you can trust much else for accuracy
sanmoh3 h, 56 m ago

Wondering if there is a small Bluetooth Receiver/Adapter that could be …Wondering if there is a small Bluetooth Receiver/Adapter that could be used with this that doesn't make it look awkward. That way you can make this wireless for much lesser than buying a bluetooth Bose headphone.


Years ago Sony sold precisely that, the MW600. There are loads of modern alternatives. One thing these BT adaptors often can't do is be used and charged at the same time, so check before buying if that's important to you.
Really? That’s pretty stupid of these companies. I have a two quid one from eBay and if I charge at same time as using then it interferes with the signal and I hear a lot of static mixed into whatever I’m listening to. I assume you could charge one that costs more than a couple of quid without the static.

Is that what you mean? Not that charging is practical when on the go as you’d need to plug it into something... and that’s another wire.... but you know you’d need to charge the headphone anyway so hmmmm I’m not sure what the chat is... seems to me that it’s all a load of crap and no one is going to give this guy advice that lets him buy the product and be happy cause really what is it he wants? The answer is clearly to just buy a pair of no mark ones (ok taotronic or Aukey or beatron) off amazon or eBay and learn to love them instead of buying this expensive set and asking questions about Bluetooth adapters for a set of wired headphones.
p-e-t-e1 h, 43 m ago

It also states QC25 are not Stereo.... not sure you can trust much else …It also states QC25 are not Stereo.... not sure you can trust much else for accuracy


Exactly what I was thinking. Still useful for weights, etc. But would cross reference elsewhere before making a call.
Tempted by the sennheiser HDs
Strange there isn't any available at £159 but there is at £169


Managed to order today at Ops price thanks OP.


I have tried them before in store and was totally amazed at the noise canceling.
I personally don't understand the whole BT thing when your phone is on you, I can understand if around the house and your connecting to your home entertainment system though
Edited by: "MeDDers" 4th Mar
HEY I just thought of something.

Noise Cancelling on flights: What would be the reason(s) that airline companies don't currently offer an in-flight NC audio channel, available via their entertainment interface using any headphones?

Noted; the sound would be varied enough across the cabin to render it ineffective using only one piece of NC hardware, but I'm guessing you would need fewer processors than 1 per person.

Perhaps too costly/unwise to implement right now, with a technology that is becoming reliably less expensive to produce.
Still, surely just a matter of time..
Edited by: "Stimpington" 3rd Mar
Bought these when on black friday offer.. Took them back a week later. If you need noise cancelling they do the job but seriously.. The sound quality is junk! I expected highly given the brand name but my £20 Ausdom bluetooth headphones provide superior audio quality.. Given im getting on a little bit and to make sure i wasnt going mad i let my 16 year old neice use both sets and my partner.. Both agreed that these sounded rubbish in comparison. Now im guessing all the audiophiles will respond to this and claim i dont know what im talking about or cant compare the two or make other remarks designed to offend or insult or claim there is some other bizzare reason for this post (when all im doing is sharing my experience) so please feel free to buy the Ausdom M07 and compare them.

*cue comments from Onetimepadwah who is trolling me at the moment*
Edited by: "shockwaver13" 3rd Mar
onlinejomaibwork11 h, 18 m ago

Wait n watch in next 3 year there will be no headphone jack , all phone …Wait n watch in next 3 year there will be no headphone jack , all phone should run on wireless tech for sound


Just a pity no wireless headphones offer the sound quality of premium wired sets.
JOHN_VINCENT16 m ago

Just a pity no wireless headphones offer the sound quality of premium …Just a pity no wireless headphones offer the sound quality of premium wired sets.


This is the real problem with the vision of companies like Apple have in removing the headphone jack. Myself and many others would happily jump on to the wireless headphones bandwagon because they are more convenient for some of us in the end. However the compromise on sound quality isn't something we should really be settling for when a solution exists especially at the price these companies are charging for their hardware.
Decent bass.

Heat.

Need to save up for the dole money as have been spending too much lately..

Cheers.
Naqvi14 h, 19 m ago

This is the price that the 35's should be.


Yea! And iPhone X!
My old man used to have just the sentence for this situation:

Are they gold plated?
Edited by: "Jimmy.T" 4th Mar
Was given some of these for Xmas. Very happy with them, I think the wife paid £159 from John Lewis.
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