Bose released the Quiet Comfort 15 noise cancelling headphones back in 2011 and they’ve been one of the most sought after NC headphones since. A little over three years later, they have released an update and official replacement called the Quiet Comfort 25.

Essentially they do the same thing. Both sound good, both offer great noise cancelling, both run on a single AAA battery and both are very comfy. Feature-wise the only notable change is that the QC25s now continue to work passively if your batteries run out, though the audio quality drops fairly significantly.

Bose QC15 vs QC25
So what’s different? Basically the QC25s do everything a little bit better. Bose have re-engineered everything internally, so that rather than having lots of different components they’ve consolidated everything down to a single chip. The sound quality is decidedly better than the QC15s and the noise cancelling is slightly better too. They’re both very comfortable although the newer model has an edge. The QC25s also fold up smaller which is nice if you travel. The headphone band has a lot of flex to it so it seems like they’ll be very durable, as the QC15s were.

Overall, they’re a solid update. Nothing is revolutionary but everything is improved and I like them. The colours are great too.

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Bose QC25 Noise Cancelling Headphones

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