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Buyers of the Bose Quiet Comfort 15 Noise Cancelling Headphones, at Amazon, gave the noise reducing headphones an average rating of 4 1/2 stars.
Sample reviews include:
I owned the QC2's until I accidentally left them behind on a plane. I agonized over losing a $300 item, but I did not hesitate to replace them. I would have bought the QC2's again, only they are now superceded by the QC15's for the same price. The noise cancellation of the QC15's on flights is substantially improved over that of the QC2's, which did a great job already. I do not scrutinize the audio quality, but I have no complaints in that regard either… Read Full Review
Portable: Cowon D2
Office: Aune mini USB DAC/AMP MK2 with its 3.5mm-6.3mm adapter.
Home: Grace m902 with Grado 3.5mm-6.3mm adapter.
Why I ever considered buying this as an audiophile? My office is now noisier than before, so I don't want to crank up the volume too much with my closed phones. My office phone is now AKG K271s. While I like its balanced sound, the overall comfort is not ideal.
I demoed the QC15 at bestbuy. The noise cancelling is better than others (tip: just wait till the demo music stop), and most importantly, it is very comfortable. So, I wonder if Bose QC15 can serve in my office setting. If this plan didn't work out, I can still use QC15 for my long cross pacific flight… Read Full Review
I recently read about the improvements baked into the new QC15s and decided to take the plunge and see if they really are worth the money. I fly 35 weeks/year so blocking out the sonic horrors of modern-day air travel is my primary goal for these headphones. I have purchased a number of headphones over the years trying to find the right price/performance balance but had not yet taken the plunge on anything from Bose. I had an opportunity to spend an hour on my flight home yesterday comparing the QC15s to my two current favorites… Read Full Review