A total of 14 reviews of this product on Reddit.
After being out of school for almost a year I finally decided to pick up some LSAT prep books and guides.
Today has been a “rain day” at work, so I’ve been sitting in a Starbucks adjacent to my site since around 8:30am waiting for calls/the rain to stop.
Would’ve been a perfect day for studying, but I forgot the textbooks at home, so I’ve just been reading the news/doing some early Christmas shopping on Amazon (sorry independent book stores).
Also, I had a really crummy weekend and thought I was gonna get drunk with some friends, but I didn’t, so here I am at four weeks sober. Whaddap.
EDIT: These Bose headphones are marked down from $295CAD to $149CAD. Worth it?
YO WHERE MY AUDIOPHILES AT
How are the Bose QuietComfort 25s? Found them on amazon for 109 for cyber monday (while I was searching for printers I swear)
I understand, however I’m asking about the inline controls and which model you have. See amazon
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Maybe the folks over at r/headphones might have good recommendations if you’re looking for something with good sound quality, etc.
An old(er) wired Bose pair would probably a decent option. No need to deal with their app or the patchiness of the Bluetooth signal. It still bugs me that I need to turn on location services (on Android) periodically to connect/update my Bluetooth devices – I’ve never had to do so with these headphones. If you have a newer Pixel phone, you might need an adapter to connect the 3.5 mm wire, but that’s probably worth the hassle.
I didn’t know that. I found some wired, noise-cancelling headphones, such as these, but perhaps there are cheaper ones. I did some more research, and concluded that ANC might not be the best. Is passive noise cancelling (PNC) the same as noise-isolating headphones, or is there a difference? Do you know any noise-isolating, wired headphones under, say, $100?
The inline controls are designed for Apple devices. There is also a model designed for use with Android based devices, which is less expensive at Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Bose-QuietComfort-Acoustic-Cancelling-Headphones/dp/B00VW7U8X4?th=1 Either will work with anything that has a 3.5mm headphone jack.
- Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones for Samsung and ^<em>PureLink</em>
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Same for germany
159 euros 25% off. Only one pair as well?
Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones — Samsung and Android Devices (Black) https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00VW7U8X4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_OIESAbQ9QVF6T
The Bose QuietComfort 25 headset is on sale on amazon.ca for $229, $100 off. I had been looking at Sennheiser HD 598Cs, but are the Boses worth it for the extra $70?
I’d be primarily using them as a PS4 gaming headset, but only for party chat, no game audio. As I understand it, the 3.5mm cable for both those headsets have a built-in mic, which I’m hoping will suit my purpose?
I’d also be taking them on planes once or twice a year, using them on a laptop to watch TV/movies.
Comfort is my top priority, being able to wear them for a few hours at a time without hurting my ears.
I’m a complete noob at buying headphones, I’ve just used cheap junk in the past that hurt my ears, so I’d like to spend some money on something that will be good quality, and last a while. I’d be willing to consider other recommendations as well, as long as they’re not open back so I can use them in public.
I mean yeah i’m sure it’s bad ass. Idk if it’s worth it over the 80 dollar version. I play electric guitar and own multiple tube amps and have been very far down the rabbit hole of audiophile money-spending and have largely come to the conclusion that, for me, something like 300 dollar headphones aren’t worth the extra cash for sound quality alone. As far as build quality goes, that’s a little easier to tell, but all Sennheisers are gonna have excellent build quality so I wouldn’t get the more expensive one just for that.
To be honest, if you’re in the 300 dollar range, I strongly suggest checking out one of Bose’s electronic noise cancelling models. My buddy has a pair and they’re so cool. You put on the headphones and you’re like “damn that’s pretty quiet” and then you flip the noise cancelling switch and it’s like you’ve been transported to space. I know Sennheisers are an ultra cool brand and Bose is kinda normie but if I had to choose between sheer audio quality and really solid audio quality+fancy noise cancelling, i’d get the noise cancelling. Will edit an amazon link in to this comment after posting it.
EDIT: Here’s the one. For some reason there is a model for Apple devices and a model for Android devices. I assume that’s due to Apple getting rid of the headphone jack. Make sure you buy the one for Android if you’re using it with your PC.
Ordered BOSE QC25 , 24MP88HV LG Monitor and Logitech BT Keybooard for a total price of Rs.25496.
Did I spend too much this season?
Edit : Also planning to buy a Google Home from FK which is selling at 7k