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Good noise cancelling headphones?

post #1 of 6
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I was considering BOSE QC15 or Ferrari Logic3 T350. They cost $269 and $200 respectively. The QC15 has tons of reviews and overall it's good, but I'm a little worried about the build since it will be used for travel use. The Ferrari Logic3 T350 are normally $400, but they are $200 on newegg for black friday. It doesn't really have much reviews, but the reviews that are out there on YT says the the sound quality is good and the build is solid. They both look really nice. Some say you're paying extra for the Ferrari logo, but at the discounted price of $200, it seems like a decent deal. Can anyone give me their opinions?

post #2 of 6

You do pay extra for the brand name in both cases. The qc15 is comfortable and has some of the best noise cancelling. Bose has pretty decent customer service as well. The sound quality is probably kinda.. meh. Use the search function on the site, several threads like this exist already.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/newsearch?search=sound+cancelling

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Originally Posted by davidsh View Post
 

You do pay extra for the brand name in both cases. The qc15 is comfortable and has some of the best noise cancelling. Bose has pretty decent customer service as well. The sound quality is probably kinda.. meh. Use the search function on the site, several threads like this exist already.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/newsearch?search=sound+cancelling

I was mainly looking for some personal experience on the T350 since I know there's a ton of the QC15. Some say it's good, and some say it's bad. There's absolutely no reviews on amazon so it's hard to get an indication of where it really stands.

I didn't know that I was paying premium for bose so thanks.:)

post #4 of 6

If there's anything we know about here on head-fi is sound quality. Most of us seek the best sound quality possible, and therefore very few of us are interested in noise cancelling headphones as it will degrade sound quality. There are also very good headphones that isolate you from the world passively.

post #5 of 6

davidsh is right, noise cancellation degrades the SQ (its better to go for noise isolation) plus Bose is not really good value for money. For that price you can get better headphones

post #6 of 6

The noise cancellation of the bose is just about the best you can get, though. 

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