Mary Branscombe (marypcb) wrote,
Mary Branscombe

Gear Digest: Bose headphones

Bose QuietComfort 2 noise canceling headphones are generally considered the standard to beat, but they're big and bulky. If you seek something smaller and lighter, Bose has brought out the QuickComfort 3 headphones - which are still large but small for true noise canceling headphones. The question is, are they as good - and why has the price gone up? Want something even smaller and lighter? Bose's in-ear TriPort IE headphones don't offer noise cancellation nor do they fit tightly enough for noise isolation - will they suit listeners who don't usually like ear buds and canal phones? Find out in the rest of my review!

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