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Bose QC 15 or Mr Speakers Mad Dogs?

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I am a student and i need some advice.. i have currently seen these two headphones getting a lot of recomendations.. i wonder if it is worth putting the money on the qc 15 for me as a student that travels and goes to many places.. or i should put the money on the mad dogs.. the qc 15 seems to be very comfortable and have a great active noise cancelling, and the mad dogs also seems very comfortable , and sound very great, they are closed headphones , so they cancel a bit noise...

if you have any recomendations you can write them in the comments aswell. Thank you!
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I would definitely go for the Mad Dogs if you had to have one or the other, the sound is quite a bit better than the QC15, although the NC isn't quite as good (obviously). Another suggestion would be the Sennheiser Momentum, nicely made 'phone with good sound quality AND it can be driven out of most portable devices.

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I would definitely go for the Mad Dogs if you had to have one or the other, the sound is quite a bit better than the QC15, although the NC isn't quite as good (obviously). Another suggestion would be the Sennheiser Momentum, nicely made 'phone with good sound quality AND it can be driven out of most portable devices.

I have tested the Momentums and i didnt like them. My ears did not fit do good inside the momentums, and they sounded very wierd for me, ot didnt have that clarity that i thought it would have.. maybe it is my ears i have no idea haha!
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They didnt have the*
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I have tested the Momentums and i didnt like them. My ears did not fit do good inside the momentums, and they sounded very wierd for me, ot didnt have that clarity that i thought it would have.. maybe it is my ears i have no idea haha!

Don't worry about your ears, they certainly aren't for everyone. Apart from that, the only thing I can recommend is to jump on a pair of Denon D2000/5000's if you see them in your price range.

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You will want an amp for the Mad Dogs. I find active noise cancellation good for removing a fairly constant noise level - like the droning inside an airplane, but they are not particularly good for general isolation like people's voices. I think good sealing IEMs, like Shure, Westone or Etymotic are much better for overall isolation - and the sound is better too.
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