Bose is one of those companies that you either love or hate, but one thing nobody can deny is their consistency. Their recent release of the QuietComfort 25 continues that trend. Improving upon the previous version, the QuietComfort 15, Bose has added some tweaks and key features. One such improvement is the addition of active noise cancelling, and the QuietComfort 25 is one of the better options available on the market today.
One of the selling points is that the QuietComfort 25 no longer needs to be powered to work, a change that is a significant improvement over its predecessor. This means that when the batteries run out, they can still be used as headphones, just without the noise cancelling abilities.
One of the main complaints for the QuietComfort 15 was the sound quality, and while the QuietComfort 25 might not be audiophile quality, they are leaps and bounds better than their predecessor. The audio performance is more clear and balanced, and the noise cancelling is simply amazing. But that shouldn’t come as a surprise.
If you didn’t know, Bose was actually the first company to release commercially available noise cancelling headphones all the way back in 1989. You can bet that the company that made noise cancelling headphones will have the best options available, and after testing the QuietComfort 25, we can safely say that these headphones are at the top of list.
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On the expensive side for headphones, but the quality of noise cancelling and good quality sound make it worth it.
- Amazing Noise Cancelling
- Very Comfortable
- Can Still Listen To Music Even When Batteries Die
- Could Be Better Sound For The Price