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Bose Quietcomfort 3 vs Quietcomfort 15

post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 

Which one is better, QC3 is more expensive but QC15 seems to have more feature

post #2 of 10

When I tested both from Best Buy, Q3 was better than Q15.

But for are really Sh#%#$@y headphone for the price.

 

Are you into Bose because of noise cancellation feature ? or for the name ?

post #3 of 10

If noise cancelation is your primary concern then either Bose model is a safe bet.

post #4 of 10


if that is his primary reason, IEM's are better.

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If noise cancelation is your primary concern then either Bose model is a safe bet.



 

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Originally Posted by Canadian411 View Post

When I tested both from Best Buy, Q3 was better than Q15.

But for are really Sh#%#$@y headphone for the price.

 

Are you into Bose because of noise cancellation feature ? or for the name ?


Typo... sorry :)

 

But they are really Sh#%#$@y headphone for the price.

 

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if that is his primary reason, IEM's are better.


True, but if one doesn't like the fit of IEMs or prefers full-size headphones, then active noise cancelation is a not bad way to go.

post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 

anyone else that tried this have knows which one is better?

 

post #8 of 10

I dont like the QC3 because its on-ear.  I prefer my ears covered with noise cancelling headphones so QC15 all the way for me between the two.

post #9 of 10

Guys he's asking a legit question, Bose bashing is a given but cmon...

post #10 of 10

Hi!

 

I tried both and have myself noice cancelling (yes not isolating) headsets from AKG and the Denon AH-NC800.

 

The sound of the Denon's is better than both Boses BUT I found NO headphone that had better active noice cancelling than the QC15. If you have to choose between the 2 from Bose then I am all for the QC15. They are much more comfortable as well.

 

However if noise cancelling is not your primary goal, then I would look elsewhere, better Soundquality can be had for lower prices elsewhere, the noise cancelling though can't....as far as I "test"heard.

 

Enjoy your headphones, whatever they might be.

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