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You Get What you Pay For
Strengths: Unsurpassed noise cancelation, great sound. Smaller than typical over the ear headphones due to innovative pivot to fold flat
Weakness: Large compared to in ear headphones.
To sum up how I feel about my Bose Quiet Comfort 2 Headset is that I get mad at myself if I find I have left them home when I go to the airport. The trip is torture when I don't have them with me. Using my non-noise cancelling earbuds I have to crank my Ipod to about 75% volume to hear on any airplane. Using the Bose I have my volume set to about 25% which is only slightly higher than when I listen in a quiet room.
I also can say that with the Bose headphones I have repeatedly heard parts of musical passages that were not evident with other headphones or my home stereo.
If you travel on airplanes often just go buy them. They are worth the cost. I had a piece break off the headset this year to my dismay. A quick call to Bose and I had a brand new set to replace the broken ones at no cost to me. Now that is customer service. Try that with any other company after almost 4 years and see if how pleased you will be. Bose was fantastic and I had the new headphones in 4 days, in time for my next flight out.
Simply the best noise reduction phones.
By traband - May 26, 2006
Strengths: Best acoustic quality I've ever heard. Noise cancelling is superb. Relatively light considering the benefits.
Weakness: As with all the others, the price. Also, I've noticed that the lower frequencies don't come through as well.
I had been using my roommate's triports for the past two years and they never ceased to impress me. I recently went into a Bose store and, on a whim (and as a birthday present to myself), bought the QC after giving them a quick test drive. I can honestly say that I've never heard better quality music in my life. That said, I noticed that the bass seemed a little weak in comparison to the triports. It's not too bad, but if you're looking for headphones to blast out your eardrums with some low lows, I'd recommend the triports.
However, with the outstanding noise-cancelling, I definitely recommend without hesitation.
By Gabbo8 - Aug 19, 2005
Strengths: Noise Cancelation is pretty good in an office environment. Cool looking.
Weakness: Not durable at all.
I use my headphones every day working in an video game dev office. I am very good to them and handle them carefully. But the plastic just breaks. They are so cheap. Now maybe I have a big head (I don't hear anyone laugh at me behind my back) but they just broke. I had them replaced twice and now the warranty is out and I have tape all up and down these things. Would be worth the money if they lasted.
By ErikTheViking77 - Jun 1, 2006
Bose QC2 Headphones - The Best in the Business
Strengths: Incredible sound, extremely comfortable, can be used without the cord, different settings for the airplane vs. other devices, nice protective carrying case.
Weakness: A little bulky to carry around and they do not work at all without a battery (even if you don't want the noise canceling).
I purchased these on sale this summer before I went on a week long business trip to South America. Before the Bose QC2s I had tried cheaper versions from Altec Lansing and Magnavox. Those headphones always worked "so-so" but they never blocked enough noise, were a little uncomfortable, and they *always* had a buzz or hum associated with the noise canceling feature. Sure the Bose headphones ended up being 5 times as much but boy are they worth it. They are so comfortable to wear and they sound incredible! My wife just used them on a trip to Europe and she gave the same feedback...they were a lifesaver. Some people say that Bose products are all hype and maybe some are, but the QC2's are the real deal. I'd buy another pair in a heartbeat. My only two complaints are that the cases is a little bulky (but very protective compared to the "bags" you get with cheaper headphones) and that you can't use them without the noise canceling feature if your battery dies. The latter problem is easily remedied by carrying an extra AAA battery or two in the convenient pouch located in the carrying case.
By mfratzke - Nov 30, 2006
Bose QC2: The only one in it's class
Strengths: Extremely comfortable for circumaural headphones Very effective noise cancellation Warm, detailed, engaging sound quality
Weakness: High price Some have complained about construction
I travel overseas a good deal, and I have owned 3 different noise cancelling headphones specifically for use on long flights. The first were a cheap joke (Aiwa HP5NC), the second a sincere but failed attempt (Sennheiser PXC250) and the third a resounding success (Bose QC2).
The Bose are the only NC phones I have heard that effectively remove the incredible amounts of low frequency noise found in airplanes and other environments. The other headphones may impress in a quieter space, but only the Bose were able to deal with real-life scenarios with grace and style.
At first listen, the sound of the QC2 may seem a bit bass-heavy, but this is accompanied by a generous and detailed mid range and silky smooth highs. This balance works particularly well in noisy places, where the bass is often the first thing to be obscured. The ultra-smooth treble means that the QC2s never sound harsh or grating, even when played loud. The mids provide remarkably good localization and spatial dimension, something I was not expecting.
The QC2s are always active (battery powered) and offer very high efficiency; an iPod can drive them with ease. A pad is provided to reduce efficiency for high-volume sources (such as airline headphone jacks). A travel case and adapter set is provided. The case can also hold an iPod, a nice touch.
There are some who prefer in-canal phones over active noise cancellers, but I am not among them; I find in-canals to be extremely uncomfortable. For others like me, the Bose QC2 are not only good - they are the only ones that really work. As such, the $300 price tag is not at all unreasonable.
By anonymous; - Nov 3, 2005
I am a terrified flyer, and hate...
Strengths: Deadens any kind of noise, soothes,
Weakness: A little bulky, make sure you have the case that comes with it
I am a terrified flyer, and hate flying ... I got a pair of these headphones as a gift, and my first flight back to the UK a month afterwards was the most peaceful flight for me in about 3 years! I plugged them into my iPod, and switched them on, you actually feel the noise of the airplane drifting away completely, and then just the quiet noise of the music ... it truly does make noise disappear ... I was not worried on the plane, I actually fell asleep on the plane also!! I recommend the headphones to anyone who is looking for a little peace of mind!!!
By mgdjmb - Oct 1, 2004
WHY DIDN'T I BUY THESE A LONG TIME AGO??
Strengths: Comfortable,fabulous stereo sound,noice cancelling is a great feature
This is my third pair of noise-cancelling headphones. Why didn't I just pop the $300 for these years ago? I was trying to save money, and what I did was go through two crummy (and not cheap) sets of "noise-cancelling" headphones...these are THE KING. The noise-cancelling feature is almost silent - doesn't hiss like the cheaper ones. I can disconnect the wires and wear the headphones when I'm working, to cancel out ambient noise. Or I can hook it to my iPod and WOW the sound is terriffic. Listening to an orchestral piece I could pick out the different instruments with ease. When I listened to a George Benson guitar solo I could hear his clothing when it brushed up against the guitar as he played. THAT is fabulous, detailed sound. If there is any way you can afford these, buy them! They come with a nice zipper case, jack adapters for several kinds of jacks, a long cord, battery. I also got a free Bose cd player as part of the deal - a VERY solid little player, not a ton of features but hey, for a freebie it is really nice.
By fotomama - Feb 4, 2006
The connections are great, comes...
Strengths: Comfortable, light weight, sound is amazing
The connections are great, comes with a great case that carries everything. They are a little pricey but in my opinion worth every penny. Cancels noise and has amazing sound quality. by far the best sound I have ever heard from headphones. If you can afford them buy them.
By tgibrent - Dec 27, 2004
Excellent headphones. Most...
Strengths: Excellent noise cancellation. Very, very comfortable.
Weakness: Battery life.
Excellent headphones. Most comfortable I have ever owned. Outstanding sound quality. Everyone who flies on an airplane needs these headphones. All cables can be detached from the headphones which allows for more restful sleep while traveling.
By toddleader - Aug 22, 2003
Bose lives up to its reputation!
Strengths: Sound clarity, cleanliness, and extremely comfortable
Products with the Bose name are synonomous with quality and performance. You will not be disappointed with these QuietComfort 2 headphones! The price may intimidate many. But it is well worth the price if you expect only the best! These headphones do just as well for listening to music as they do just to keep things around you "quiet." Yes, you can use these just to filter out noise. A friend of mine from Mclean Va let me try his QuietComfort headphones a couple years ago. I was convinced on getting one. I'm just sorry it took me so long. No other companys' headphones do this as well as Bose! Bose is pure engineering. Accept no others... Buy one! You even get a nice case, a few accessories, and a CD player!
By Pinoy67 - Dec 2, 2005
Best Noise Cancelling Headphones
Strengths: Serious noise cancellation, extremely comfortable, great for airplanes and airports, great sound reproduction
Weakness: Size compared to earphones, needs a battery to run, funky connector system
For an ipod headphone solution these are really terrific. I also own etymotic er-6's and er-6i's and while they are more convenient for walking around with, the base phones are much more comfortable and much more effective at noise cancelling on an airplane. They can also be used on your stereo system, something you are not likely to use your earbuds for. The price is a little much, but Im glad I finally broke down and bought a pair, I use them much more than I thought I would and I wouldnt take another flight without them.3
By ipodinsane - Nov 11, 2005
Great for flying and noisy places
Strengths: Noise Cancelling, Sound reproduction, Extremely Comfortable, Protective Case
Weakness: Size when travel
I have had these headphones for a month now. Used for a trip to Europe and across US. It makes it a totally different experience flying so much nicer.
I sometimes wear them just because! They are so comfortable that even after 8 hours and you take them of, you want to put them back on again to get the SILENCE.
I have a Sharper Image noise cancelling headset too and these Bose are in a league by them self. The other pair was hissing and not really cancelling noise that well.
The protective case is really nice. It will fit a small MP3-player inside, extra batteries and other things. The battery is required to use the headphones (even for music listening) but 1 AAA last at least 30 hours (i'm still on only my second battery).
By per3110 - Feb 17, 2006
Best Sound with Competition in Noise Reduction World
Strengths: Best sound of any headphone I've used. Very comfortable and folds up into fairly small case
Weakness: As others stated...price. A bit steep but must be only at the verge of value as me and many others have plunked down the money for them. That alone is testimony to their quality.
Overall, I love them. I travel and planes and hotels with noise everywhere is no longer an issue at all. Makes for a perfect match to my ipod. Nice too that I can carry my ipod and it's charger & cable inside the case with easy. They are pricey, and my recommendation is that anyone looking for mainly noise reduction units and who can live with less sound quality, may want to consider Panasonic's version. SOund deadening is identical and they even fold up and look identical. I wouldn't doubt it if Bose OEM'd them and just put in their speakers. That would explain the higher cost.
By tlauro - Jul 20, 2005
I was blessed with a pair of these...
Strengths: Comfortable, wonderful sound, noise cancellation feature works REALLY well!
Weakness: Perhaps cumbersome, but what other product does this?
I was blessed with a pair of these headphones about a week ago for my birthday. I am 28 years old, a student, musician, and am very sound/noise oriented. Easily distracted. If another user has noticed a low rumble, perhaps the earpads were not correctly fitted. I am currently in the basement with a box fan, a dehumidifier, and an air conditioner running. I am also wearing my Bose noise cancelling headphones switched on, listening to a capella Renaissance music. In this situation, the ambient noise is loud with a concentration of tones in the low frequency range (which I would not have noticed without these headphones) and when I put them on, I hear nothing but the music, which I hear even better, as the ambient noise is all but gone. Don't expect to block out a barking dog or a loud stereo, but do expect that your world will feel much different when you put these on. My wife told me that she felt somewhat disoriented when she put these on. We are not used to having total quiet around our ears!
Hiss? Use earplugs then!!! I cannot say enough good things about these things! If you like music, you will love hearing it through these. I have a digital recording setup on my desk, high-end sound card and a pair of near-field studio monitors. These headphones sound as good or better than the speakers. If you have sound issues in your life, try these! As you have read, they may not be for everyone, but if they are for you, you will fall in love and want to take them home with you.
By seth9903 - May 7, 2003
I purchased the headphones about...
Strengths: Is excellent for ambient noise reduction (plane, car, loud family).
Weakness: It's a little pricey. Will develop pressure points if you wear them with glasses.
I purchased the headphones about three years ago when I commuted by air for over 26 months. I am also very sound/noise sensitive. The sub-sonic soundwaves on a jet pretty much wore me out by the time I reached my destination. At the time of my commute, I was staying at my folks house which got exceptionally noisy when certain family members, whose voices reach fog-horn decibel level, visited. Also as a car passenger, these phones cut nearly all road noise.
By Lammi - Sep 1, 2004
these headphones are the best...
Strengths: they cancel out almost all unwanted noise and have the best sound quality of any headphones. they weigh almost nothing too.
Weakness: they don't cancel out talking as well as most other things. and they have a slight hissing in very quiet areas.
these headphones are the best headphones in the world. if you can afford them they are great for almost anyone out there (even if you work in an office you can just block out the backround noise). the sound quality is great, they are only 5.4 oz. and are very comfortable. if you travel on planes often or are a collage student that needs to study these are your headphones.
By coderider133 - Nov 29, 2002
My outlook of life in the big...
Strengths: This is one of the best headphones I've ever owned. It has great highs, mids, and lows.
Weakness: I turned them on today and found that there was a slight hiss in the background. But it's nothing to worry about; TRUST ME.
My outlook of life in the big apple has changed since i purchased these headphones. As you all should know the Big Apple is a very noisy place. But that all changed when i bought these wonderful headphones. It hushes basically anything you throw at it. These headphones also sound great, they reproduce life like sounds. They are very lightweight and are VERY comfortable. I would recommend these headphones to anyone who can afford them. And for anyone who is curios they do sound better than the Triports (a product also produced by BOSE.)
By Proto12q - Oct 31, 2003
Overall, these headphones worked...
Strengths: Very quiet, over-the-ear design means it is more comfortable than headphones that rest on your ears, long cables, nice carrying case, stylish.
Weakness: The high price is the only weakness I see. If Bose dropped the price to $199, they'd probably sell a ton of these things. At $299, you have to travel a whole lot to make them worth it.
Overall, these headphones worked extremely well. I had a friend who purchased one of the older models and he complained about the "hiss". I guess they fixed that because the ones that I purchased are amazingly quiet. It really does work and blocks out most of the ambient sound found on airlines these days (people talking, people on cell phones, aircraft engine noise, crying children, etc). They seem well designed and the carrying case is nice - almost essential for the frequent traveler. I wish they were slightly smaller to better fit into my computer case. The over-the-ear design means they can be worn comfortably for a fairly long time. I typically take flights lasting at least 3 hours and I can wear them the whole time without my ears getting irritated. The only exception is when the aircraft gets a little warm, the leather ear cups tend to make me perspire a little around my ears. Having said all of that, I am probably going to return mine. I paid $312 (with tax) and as nice as they are, I'd have to fly much more than I do to make it worth the money. If they drop the price another $100, I'd seriously consider re-purchasing them.
By fredmac4 - Apr 1, 2005
Very happy overall except for the...
Strengths: Reduces Jet engine noise to a quiet whisper of air (with no music playing). With music playing (even quietly) it eliminates 99% of other sounds. Works good in an office and car.
Weakness: Included case only has enough room to store headphones and accessories. No room for CD player.
Very happy overall except for the price tag. Takes a little time the first time (a few minutes) to get used to noise cancellation technology. You cannot use them without the noise cancellation turned on, requires one AAA battery. Tried the First generation (Bose Quiet Comfort headphones) and returned them since they were bulky. These are better since they fold up smaller and store in their own case. I have tried other cheaper alternatives and wish I had bought these at first.
By robsters - Nov 7, 2003
All I listen to is headphones...
Strengths: Comfort, outstanding sound and performance quality.
Weakness: Price $$$$
All I listen to is headphones since I am always on the go. I have been through many headphones and buds and I am very picky (anal) when it comes to the sound quality and what the music is suppose to sound like and not what the headphones try to make it sound like. I listen to a variety of music and the Bose Quiet Comfort 2 delivers outstanding clarity and such precise sound to the different styles of music and instruments I listen too that I will buy these again when the time comes for a new pair. Of course the best part of these headphones is being able to really listen to your music just your music and not much more. Even on the low side it is amazing on how you do not halfto crank up the volume and not missing any of your music or struggling to hear due to the noise cancelling effect. Quiet Comfort and noise cancelling they mastered. It is really impressive to experience the functions of these headphones. Oh and do you know how you sometimes can have the volume cranked up and after a little while it just does not seem loud any more? Well with the Bose Quiet Comfort 2 you will not have this problem you can set it at a comfortable level and it is good all day long.
By prepreacher - Apr 20, 2004
Don't expect to drown out loud talkers in the office environment
Strengths: Great bass response...Great sound overall. Comfortable.
Weakness: The noise cancelling technology cuts noise down maybe 30%. If you want to drown out annoying people/sounds, look elsewhere.
Everything is great except the ability to cut down background noise. I would have expected Bose to put a couple different settings so as to cut down on background noise more dramatically, but they did not. Perhaps this is for liability reasons. I wanted to cut out noise from co-workers in my office environment, but I can still here them to an annoying degree!
By etothed - Oct 14, 2005
check this review before buy !
Strengths: comfort, noise canceling
Weakness: big, size price, battery
Those headphones it’s the best for the following usage in order of performance or cost benefit:
1. for travel it’s the best headphone maybe even for one trip because if you need to learn or hear a music you will not hear the noise from the plane making very comfortable flight, the weakness is the big size, this bring two weakness: 1. if your wish to sleep from the side that will be not so comfortable because they are very big, 2. takes more space in the bag, you can put in your pocket.
2. In the train or subway also it’s the same advantage you get from the plane but we have two additional weakness: 1. in the subway or train you will be very attractive for stole or seems strange person, 2. when you travel by train or subway some time you hasn’t any bag like the plane.
3. office or at home will be good if you don’t want to hear any noise besides the music or a lesson, but the weakness is the wire
I bought this to my uncle and I tested completely but this is not my style I prefer much more a small headset because I can use in any situation I use the Shure e4, but the Etymotic Research ER-4 MicroPro Earphones has better noise canceling more than Shure or Bose.
if you need a small you should buy Shure e3 or e4 if you don’t have problem with the size buy Quiet Comfort Bose 2
95% of the reviews of some websites cheeked they approve the product.
By Mashiach Now ! - Apr 17, 2006
While I didn't actually Purchase...
Strengths: Clear Sound, Full Bass, Noise-Cancelling Feature, XTREME COMFORT
Weakness: Go with the Triport unless $rich$ or use headphones alot in very noisy environments
While I didn't actually Purchase these I did mess around with them for about 30 minutes while in the mall so I feel I'm entitled to a rating. The headphones are awesome. The other guy who complained didn't make sense. There is no sea sound if the outside is quiet unless you have the noise-cancelling on. And if the outside is quiet, why would you have that feature on? Anyways, the noise-cancelling worked very well. The only difference between these and the Bose Triport is the added noise-cancelling feature and a minute amount of external differences. If you are willing to pay the xtra 150$ for that feature then go ahead, otherwise stick with the Triport, either way the 2 Bose headphones ROCK!!!!!!!
By ComputerKnowItAll - Nov 22, 2002
Silence is Golden
Strengths: Feeling og quality and luxury, eliminates noise
Weakness: none to speak of
I can't compare these to other NC headsets, but I used them on a recent flight and the noise reduction was outstanding. The time flew by, and i was not fatigued due to the lack of noise. They work great even if you don't have music or sound playing. Very relaxing
By fewolf825 - Feb 12, 2008
They do actually work - from a cynic.
Strengths: They do what they say.
Weakness: Does not make tea.
I bought my headset because I damaged my hearing working on the lighting for a BBC Elton John concert. His PA runs at 125db minimum, but this was not the problem. I have to listen to production talkback, but because I had to crank it up so loudly to drown out the din in the auditorium I ended up damaging my hearing. After about two weeks my hearing returned to normal. I don't want to be deaf at 40 so I got some of these. I tried all the others but none of them work. We had them on trial at our studios and they went down well with the sound engineers so I bought some. Now I can hear my instructions from production in noisy venues without having to perforate my eardrums! Benefits on this model include big phones which provide a comfortable seal all the way around your ears helping to reduce noise from the outside. As for audio reproduction, they sound pretty good to me. In the UK this item can be classed as a Health and Safety accessory and their full value can be claimed back against tax - nice eh?
By tvld - Oct 12, 2006
Actually seems to amplify some...
Strengths: Cuts some droning noises.
Weakness: Seems to do poorly on very low frequency droning and particularly echos.
Actually seems to amplify some noises, such as from ventilation systems. Cannot adjust background hiss. Ear pieces are soft, but get hot and uncomfortable after wearing for more than an hour. Would not consider buying again.
By anhalt - Jan 31, 2003
Overpriced with crappy sound quality
Strengths: Quieter than normal headphones
Weakness: Bad sound quality for the price, shoddy contruction
Bose is really like the overhyped name brand of audio for the mainstream. Do real audiophiles buy Bose? No. Simply because it's not the best and you can get better for less dough. Instead look at companies like AudioTechnica or Shure for great sound reduction or even better sound isolation (Shure).
By renix - Apr 26, 2008
Here's a hint: Bose use noise to...
Strengths: Well constructed. Lots of accessories. Plenty of body in the sound.
Weakness: Noisy! They actually add noise to the experience. Only useful if you are in noisy locations.
Here's a hint: Bose use noise to cancel noise!
Plug 'em in. Throw the switch and the first thing you hear is the sound of the sea!
The dealer told me this was normal! When the music gets to a quiet point - there it is - the sound of the sea!!!
These headphones are worth $25- tops.
By yangzone - Sep 12, 2002
Bose QuietComfort 2 Noise-Canceling Headset
Strengths: Very comfortable, soft luxurious leather, and fit right into the ears.
Weakness: Pricey compared to other noise-canceling headphones out there.
The headset was really comfy in my ears, however, I think they overrated the noice-cancelation feature on this headset. They should at least throw in a Bose CD or MP3 player with the $300 price-tag this set carry.
By hiawathakid - Apr 4, 2006
Weakness: sound quality, requires battery to work, average at best noise canceling
Sometimes when people equate high price with quality. Nothing could be further from the truth. Bose headphones are so overrated it's ridiculous. Great marketing does not mean great sound. Audio-Technica ANC7, noise canceling headphones cost 1/3 of the price, much better sound, highs and lows, better soundstage, and though a battery is needed for noise canceling they will still work w/out one. They also use a AAA battery that lasts much longer than the Bose. Also the Bose phones break much easier than the ANC7, the Bose has flimsy attachments.
By anonymous; - Oct 24, 2008
Strengths: AMAZING sound quality and clarity Very Comfortable
Weakness: Strange static sound when there is nothing playing and when music gets low
As soon as I put these on they felt great. Next, I put on Mariah Carey's we belong together remix and the BOSE blew my mind away...song after song. I hardly ever listen to music on headphones so I cannot compare the BOSE to any other brands in terms of quality and value, however I got this headset from a friend and now whenever I am not in my theater room I listen to music on these. If you are disappointed with these than you better get your ears checked out. $300 dollars is a lot of money, however it is really worth it!
Only complaint is a strange static sound I get when there is no music playing or whenever the music lowers. However these have been dropped however and the cord PLUG has been pulled out many times on accident...Could just be my set.
By anonymous; - Jul 20, 2006
Bose QuietComfort 2 Noise-Canceling Headset
Strengths: Very comfortable, soft luxurious leather, and fit right into the ears.
Weakness: Pricey compared to other noise-canceling headphones out there.
The headset was really comfy in my ears, however, I think they overrated the noice-cancelation thing on this headset. They should at least throw in a Bose CD or MP3 player with that kind of price.
By anonymous; - Apr 2, 2006
not the greatest headphones in the world
Strengths: ive had better
Weakness: sounds too much like the non noise canceling headphones.
i didnot like theses.
when i tried them with a cd i liked very much.
they sounded like my old pair of bose non noise canceling headphones.
i wouldint buy theses for 300$.
By anonymous; - Mar 8, 2006
Best headphones you can ever buy...period
Strengths: Extremely comfortable, Amazing sound, Only needs one triple A battery to run
Weakness: Nothing I can think of
All I can say is that this pair of headphones is absolutely amazing. The sound quality is fabulous. As soon as you hear your first song on this baby you will be amazed with a smile on your face. Everything is so clear and you'll end up wanting to listen to songs that you probably got bored of just because of how much better these headphones reproduce the sound. Even though it's 300 dollars its still worth every penny. You will have no regrets buying this headset, I will gurantee you that!
By anonymous; - Jan 11, 2006
Bose QuietComfort 2 Acoustic
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