expired Bose QC25 $288 at Noel Leeming

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Noise Cancelling Bose Quiet Comfort 25. $288. Online clearance sale. Ends next Tuesday. Only 50 so act quick.

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    Judging by a quick search.
    For apple devices. Not that great, I mean they are good but for that price you could probably do better. Plus cheaper on Pricespy from Coolmobile $279. The 50 units only seems like a marketing thing.

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      xmas eve was cheaper but good price if you missed that.

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      Better noise cancelling?
      I haven't tested many noise cancelling sets, but these are amazing, perfect for a flight, and I find the sound fine too.
      I got 1 Apple and 1 Android set for $268 each before Christmas, paid $278 online, then the guy in store refunded and let me use a $20 voucher. We both love them.

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        The Sony WH-1000XM2 is currently the best noise cancelling headphones out there, unless you spend $1500 for a pilot headset with bluetooth music, like a Bose A20.

        The QC25/QC35 is currently the second best on the list, with the QC35 having additional wireless Bluetooth connectivity. However with the QC25 you can simply connect a $25 Xiaomi 3.5mm Bluetooth music receiver and get the same functionality as the QC35. If that thing looks too ugly for you then the $100 Airmod for QC25 is available on Amazon.

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          I was judging its sound quality:price ratio. Not noise canceling. In regards to that, I wouldn't buy it at $288. But if you're looking for noise canceling. Its perfect not to mention super comfortable. :D

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        Yea these are great for noise cancelling if you don't mind the cables. Otherwise the Sony WH-1000X is better in terms of ANC. Otherwise if your only looking for sound quality, then these arent very great for the price you pay for. A lot of better Hi-Fi headphones out there for quality sound at half the price.

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        Love my WH-1000xm2!! best investment ever if you travel a lot, or even if you work in an office environment