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4 minutes ago, Alexcremers said:

1)The price. QC 35 II is very expensive (around 350 Euro). I bought my second QC 25 for 120 Euro.

That's a very good price! May I ask where you bought them?

 

4 minutes ago, Alexcremers said:

2) Battery of the 35 II is not removable. At one point that battery is going to die.

I hate such constructions. Not user-friendly at all.

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I bought mine from a guy in my neighbourhood who sold it brand new because he got the QC 35 II as a present. 

 

A MediaMarkt store in my city is selling them for 147 Euro but they are kinda sold out now.

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57 minutes ago, Alexcremers said:

I bought mine from a guy in my neighbourhood who sold it brand new because he got the QC 35 II as a present. 

 

A MediaMarkt store in my city is selling them for 147 Euro but they are kinda sold out now.

 

But can you replace the batteries on the QC 25?

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On 6/7/2018 at 9:58 PM, crocodile said:

I've decided to go for SoundMagic E10 for my in-ear headphones. Seems like a safe choice plus they're under £35 now.

 

Karol

 

How did these turn out for you?

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6 minutes ago, Stefancos said:

 

How did these turn out for you?

Pretty safe choice. They have been around for ages and people seem to love them. Can't say a bad thing about them.

 

Karol

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I don’t really look at specs other than to determine power requirements. 

 

Only way to realize a good pair of headphones is to put them on and see if they work for you. Trial and error. 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Lockdown said:

What specs do people usually look at to realize a good pair of headphones?

 

Different headphones cause different types of tinnitus.

 

You just need to pick which tone you want to have in your ear for the rest of your life.

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On 10/3/2018 at 7:42 PM, crocodile said:

Pretty safe choice. They have been around for ages and people seem to love them. Can't say a bad thing about them.

 

Karol

 

Well, ive ordered them. On your glowing recommendation!

 

This at better work, Karol!

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7 minutes ago, Stefancos said:

 

Well, ive ordered them. On your glowing recommendation!

 

This at better work, Karol!

I'll be avoiding you on the 26th then!

 

Karol

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Tip: For the keyboardists that hate the noisy key action of their keyboards (I know I do), with a pair of noise cancelling headphones, all you hear is the piano or the sound of the instrument itself. It's simply fantastic! I no longer can live without them.

 

Casque-a-reduction-de-bruit-Bose-QuietCo

 

 

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Okay all and fellow Apple peeps, need some help here and at a loss as to how to search for this...


I gave my wife my iPod Classic and tonight I gave her the headphones that came with my iPhone X since I hate the apple headphones with a passion, always have...  Anyways the headphones that came with the iPhone X have the lightning cable as we all know.  Now can someone help me find an adapter so my wife can use those headphones with the iPod Classic?  Since the classic still has the old 3.5mm jack.

I'd appreciate the help.

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