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..plus nobody needs to isolate all sounds while walking down the street that's just dangerous

 
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..BOSE..but at least they don't give you the danger of sound isolating..

 

Besides the fact that Bose prides itself on active noise cancellation :rolleyes:

 

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I have used studio headphones.. other than having a good insulator so there is no loss in quality, there wouldn't be anyway, but THEY ARE OPENED HEADPHONES, get it? OPENED, where do you use open headphones? oh I suppose in the underground sound recording studio where there is absolutely no other noise other than your singing. 

 

What anyone really needs for general home use is ... closed headphones, so nobody can hear...

 

... you still get good frequency response and sound isolation.

 
Confused by your conflicting opinions on noise isolation. :blink:
 
And "insulator"? :confused_face_2:

Edited by Xaborus - 12/23/13 at 2:51am
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Krane,

 

For me, the SE215 really doesn't offer good value for money. I mostly suggest other IEMs for those looking at SE215. I believe the Vsonic's offer excellent value for money with their SQ than Shures and those forumers also rate the Vsonics highly.

 

BOSE also doesn't offer good value for money.


Well then Vsonic, unlike Shure probably realized that people buy these for music listening, Shure probably keeps it business only not mixing it with pleasure.

As per BOSE, they are overpriced yes, but at least they don't give you the danger of sound isolating, they are comfortable, and still sound okay-good

 

Oh dear. BOSE make the world's best noise-cancelling headphones. 

 

I'm getting members beating down my door to shut this thread. Given the number of factual errors being posted, I think that is what I'll do. 

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