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Here are just some of the reviews from the customers. One of the customer of the Beats by Dr Dre headphones said that he completely satisfied with the design. The lines of the phones are aggressive, but elegant and lightweight as well.

Another happy customer of the Beats headphones said that the bass sound produced by this headphones is totally awesome. It;s like having 15″ subwoofer in his each ear.

While the satisfied customer of the Bose headphones said that the design of the headphones is light, make him easy to carry the headphones anywhere. The sound from the headphones is also good. Another one happy customer said that the design of Bose

headphones is really attractive. The materials of this headphones made of good quality materials.

The Beats sound VERY good on almost all sound stages, people that are complaining about not having highs need to hook them up to some better quality equipment/music formats. I am NOT saying that they are necessarily better or worse but until I hear the Bose on my Apple lossless music I have to say that I am very impressed with the Beats. I have to say that the "noise canceling" is ok, it's not great by any means. I would have to say from the demos that I have heard the QC15 IS better by far with noise canceling. Just my two cents.

Everyone seem to have a headphone they like. I've owned a pair of AGK K240 for more then 25 years. I like them but they are open era headphones and don't work in some environments. These where a defacto standard in every recording studio for years. Very good for listening to music. If you hunt you can find them at just over $100

I recently bought a set of closed headphones (the closed version of the above AKG) for music practice. So I can play my keyboard or bass. I needed the closed version to isolate sound.

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Suggest you go over to Amazon and research the products there. Bound to be some user reviews...maybe even one or two from people who actually know what they're ranting about.

That said, these two sets of cans are somewhat designed for differing missions in their lives. Once prime goal is noise-reduction, the other, while TRYING to convince people that it's a noise-canceling demon, is (to my ears) just a Type-A excuse for being bass-heavy thumper.

Since I haven't tried the QC15 yet I can't pass judgment on that design. Supposedly its SQ is significantly improved over earlier Bose N/C headset efforts (I think I read that/watched video here CNET to that effect), so maybe there's a bit of hope for Bose yet. For myself, I like my Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7 N/C headset; it's over $100 less (online) than the Bose, and for a closed-back design it sounds pretty good and does N/C fairly well. Sometimes the Apple Store B&Ms carry the A-T, so you might be able to test a floor demonstrator before whipping out the charge card if you have an Apple Store handy.

I found your query interesting as I faced a similar dilemma. I too was interested in buying the Beats headphones, but a number of factors stopped me. They run for about 30 hours on a set of batteries, and will not work without them. They sound good, but not suitable for studio work as they flatter the incoming audio signal.

A much better alternative are Sennheiser HD 650's. I just bought a pair and they have a very flat frequency response. They're comfortable and do not flatter the sound like high end hi-fi headphones. I put a frequency of 19 Hz through them (just for the hell of it) and while I couldn't actually hear the frequency, I could sense the vibrations. They are extremely well designed, but be warned, DO NOT buy them if you need them for a noisy environment. They're great mixing headphones, but are open backed (preventing frequency resonances between the driver and the outer casing). You need a quiet room, and six hours at least to burn them in. Once done, they're the best headphones I've ever used

 

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