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  1. hello everyone, new here, i just wanted to know what these speakers are? What is the model # for this? They both do not have labels but are plastic sealedwhich is weird to me. Again i am completely new to audio equipment, would appreciate some help on this. thanks in advance!
  2. Hi all! First post here, so nice to meet you all My dilemma is the following: I've a pair of Bose QC25 that I use for everything: phone, music listening, gaming, isolate myself from the outside world.. Everything. I was wondering, is there a way to make them wireless and keep a decent quality? I recently bought this: Sony SH20 which is a bluetooth device where you can plug any headphone you want, but the quality is awful! Any suggestion on how to sort it out? Anyone with the same (solved) problem I'd possibly need something that has a mic, or, even better, use the bose's mic! Thanks a lot! Lollo
  3. Here's the Bose QC-25 - the most famous of the noise cancelers I think. And it's extremely good at canceling noise, with a couple minor caveats. From what I hear with this headphone, they managed to not only be the best at noise cancellation, but they produced a near-perfect audiophile signature at the same time. I can't say that all aspects of the sound quality are audiophile-grade, but listening to many very familiar music tracks, the details were present and the tone qualities seemed correct. The build quality is luxurious, and if the QC-25 proves to be durable, the $300 USD price tag seems like a good value. In the picture links I included, you'll be able to see the major differences between the Active mode and Passive mode signatures. Bose QC-25 Around-ear Noise Canceling Stereo Headphone review
  4. Hello everyone! I am new to the forums Anyways, I am currently use Bose AE2 Noise canceling headphones and while I do love the quality of these headphones, I have heard that Bose quality is easily dwarfed by Sennheiser. I want to know if this is true and if so what kind of suggestions you guys can give me. I want noise cancellation and over-ear preferably. I just want everything to sound crisp and clear just like my Bose. Looking to speed up to 400$ Thank you