Significant noise reduction for travel, work and anywhere in between. Deep, powerful sound for the music you love. Lightweight, comfortable around-ear fit you can wear all day long. Control your music and calls on Apple devices with inline mic/remote.
Significant noise reduction for travel, work and anywhere in between. Deep, powerful sound for the music you love. Lightweight, comfortable around-ear fit you can wear all day long. Control your music and calls on Apple devices with inline mic/remote.Less
|Size||4 x 15 cm (1.6 x 5.9 in)|
If you want the very best sound you can get for £270, then the Bose QuietComfort 25 probably aren't for you. While they sound good, the appeal of these headphones is absolutely tied to their excellent active noise cancellation.
They take a lot of the stress out of busy, noisy environments and stop you from having to turn up your music to compete. While some models may be slightly better at delivering music in quiet rooms, there are few better that the QuietComfort 25 for doing so in loud ones.
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Should you buy them? At US$300, the decision to shell out for some QuietComfort 25's is probably not one you're going to take lightly. It all depends on what you value in your audio gear. If you're regularly enduring commutes on crowded vehicles and looking for some respite, you'll be hard pressed to find a better way to check out from reality than sliding these headphones on and firing up your favorite tracks.
Furthermore, these things are really solidly built. If you invest in these headphones and take a bit of care with them, you're going to be enjoying them for years. Bo... Full review
Bose didn’t really need to update the QC 15; it was still topping charts everywhere as the single-best pair of noise-cancelling headphones in the business. The QC 25’s launch probably had more to do with updating the line for a younger, Beats-hungry audience (there’s a custom order tool that lets you come up with crazy color configurations) but everyone benefits as a result, as Bose has fixed all the weaknesses of the previous model, and made genuinely useful improvements even to the QC line’s biggest strengths with the QC 25, which remains the best deal in noise can... Full review
Even though some of the tweaks seem more like lateral movement than actual improvements on previous models, the Bose QuietComfort 25 are indeed the best active noise canceling headphones we’ve seen from Bose yet. Simply put, if you’re looking for an over-ear model from Bose, these are probably your best bet.
If you’re looking for headphones with ANC but aren’t happy with the price tag, there are cheaper options out there. That said, while Bose products often seem (and sometimes are) overpriced, this may not be one of those situations. They’re not che... Full review
I have yet to come across noise-canceling headphones that do the noise-canceling component as well as a Bose model. Its options were also hard to beat for comfort. Sound quality was good but not great.
Now Bose has upped the audio performance in the QuietComfort 25. While it still may not be stellar, you'll be hard-pressed to find superior sound in another noise-canceling model. Yes, it's fairly pricey, but for those seeking premium noise-canceling headphones for travel or just shutting out everyday ambient noise while listening to music or watching video, these QuietComfort head... Full review
3,802 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Bose QuietComfort 25. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.2 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.
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