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Noise cancelling headphones #7645870 10/29/19 03:50 PM
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Anyone tried/use the above? Most of my earphone wearing is on a plane and looking to get a wireless pair and was considering the new ones Apple is announcing adding noise cancellation. Just curious if the noise cancellation is that noticeable as I would default to an over ear type (Beats Pro) vs in-ear.

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Re: Noise cancelling headphones [Re: CharlieCTx] #7645900 10/29/19 04:18 PM
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I fly quite often, and I LOVE my Bose Quiet Comfort headphones. They truly do make a world of difference.



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Re: Noise cancelling headphones [Re: CharlieCTx] #7645903 10/29/19 04:20 PM
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I bought some Bose over the ear headphones for bus rides to games...wish i would have spent the extra money and got the noise cancelling ones instead

Re: Noise cancelling headphones [Re: CharlieCTx] #7646020 10/29/19 05:57 PM
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I have two pair of the noise cancelling ones. The wife insisted on her own set after seeing that I was happy with mine. There appears to be a wide range in cost for those type headphones. Mine are about medium cost. If I had to redo, I might go for the real expensive ones, hoping they’d do a better job.


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Re: Noise cancelling headphones [Re: CharlieCTx] #7646492 10/30/19 01:10 AM
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I have a set of Bose QC35 II’s and they’re awesome. I used to fly a lot but don’t anymore, they’re good for around the house, can hardly hear my kiddos when I’m doing dishes or the running water. It took me awhile to convince myself to buy them and when I finally did I wish I bought them sooner. I love the fact that they’re lightweight, makes the perfect contact with my head and my ears don’t tire out fast.


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Originally Posted by DeRico
I have a set of Bose QC35 II’s and they’re awesome. I used to fly a lot but don’t anymore, they’re good for around the house, can hardly hear my kiddos when I’m doing dishes or the running water. It took me awhile to convince myself to buy them and when I finally did I wish I bought them sooner. I love the fact that they’re lightweight, makes the perfect contact with my head and my ears don’t tire out fast.


Agreed. I still fly a lot and background noice is almost non existent. Sound quality is excellent.

Re: Noise cancelling headphones [Re: CharlieCTx] #7646743 10/30/19 08:27 AM
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I don't see how an in ear can work that well. I think it needs to be over the ear to provide the best results.

I don't think any poster above referenced an in ear noise cancelling headphone. I have a pair of over the ear I purchased from Costco years ago, they work great but would like to get a set of in ear noise cancelling

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Originally Posted by RedRanger
I don't see how an in ear can work that well. I think it needs to be over the ear to provide the best results.

I don't think any poster above referenced an in ear noise cancelling headphone. I have a pair of over the ear I purchased from Costco years ago, they work great but would like to get a set of in ear noise cancelling



I have the Bose noise-cancelling earbuds and they work perfectly. My wife has the same in the headphones and we can’t tell a difference. (I’m sure there is some, but not much.)

To me, their handiness and small size more than makes up for any slight performance difference there might be.


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Re: Noise cancelling headphones [Re: CharlieCTx] #7646886 10/30/19 01:24 PM
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Second what NP said above. I have a pair of the Bose in ear and they are fantastic, and actually work for gun shots too, th one time I took them hog hunting with them (list need to a podcast)

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