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Never heard of that brand, but hey, might be a good price.
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Iron Giant: You die?
Hogarth: Well, yes, someday.
Iron Giant: I die?
Hogarth: I don't know. You're made of metal, but you have feelings, and you think about things, and that means you have a soul. And souls don't die.
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Craiginct wrote:will it cancel the voices in my head?
plenty of other things to do that, cheaper ;)
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EvieSuger wrote:I own this product. Prior to owning, I used my parents Bose Headphones on a regular basis (Quiet Comfort 3s) for trips. Here's some comparisons.
Bose: Slightly crisper sound. Go over the ear rather than around it. Case is slightly smaller, carrying strap. Rechargable battery (which costs $150 to replace if you lose it). More expensive. CANNOT use without a battery charge. Cannot charge batter without an outlet.
Jabras: Louder sound. Better at cancelling voices out. Around the ear vs. on top of it. Case is larger, no strap. Sturdy case with semi-hard edges is nice for protecting your gear - it has room in the case for an Ipod or other small MP3 player (will not fit my Archos 605). These also fold flat and are also not wireless. Comes with cord, airplane adapter, mini-jack and stereo jack. AAA battery which gets 50 hours of use. CAN STILL USE without battery. Can replace battery without being near an AC adapter.
For me, the headphones will probably be better on a plane because I was having trouble with the Bose QC3's hearing video - too quiet - with the plane noise. And they were $60 instead of $350! So if I lose them or break them, I won't cry! And I like that I can use without noise cancelling or carry a spare battery.
For me, these I think will work better and for much less. They are comfortable. Just recently purchased on Buy.com so I can't say as to their long term durability. But so far, so good!
Great Side by side. I got three of these on the VIP sale (though only two arrived). I was also impressed. Not so much with voices but with ambient noise reduction. See the microphone on each ear detects incoming noise and plays you the inverse to cancel out your eardrum movement. But there is a slight delay with electronic things so canceling out TV and voice noise that is random is less effective. But ambient noise that stays at the same frequency disappears completely. Dishwasher, furnace, COMPUTER FANS, airplanes, etc. It does have more dramatic effect also on rooms with lots of people as the "total average noise" is more effectively inverted then individual voices
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