Bose QuietComfort 35 Wireless Headphones Review

When it comes to noise canceling headphones, it’s hard to find a brand as iconic as Bose’s QuietComfort series. Take a look around the plane during your next flight and chances are most people with headphones on will be using a pair of Bose QuietComfort. I reviewed the Bose QC25 previously and was really impressed at how effective the noise canceling was (despite the relatively weak audio performance).  And in this era of mobile connected devices, it only seemed logical for the company to follow up with a wireless successor…

Creative brings quiet to your travel with the Aurvana ANC

Creative has added a new active noise cancelling headphone to its Aurvana line of headphones. Called the Aurvana ANC, the new headphones provides up to 40 hours of continuous audio playback on a single AAA battery. Made for the urban travelers and working professionals in mind, the Aurvana ANC lets you enjoy your music without the distractions of ambient noises (your mum’s nagging is unfortunately not ambient noise) by delivering up to 87% of active noise cancellation. This is achieved by its Dual Mic Active Noise Canceling Technology and further enhanced…

Bose QuietComfort 25 Review

It’s interesting to see how Bose evolved from a high-end home theatre system manufacturer to a more mass consumer centric one. But if you’re expecting the company to make its line of QuietComfort noise-cancelling headphones more affordable like the recent SoundLink Color, you will be in for a disappointment. Just like the other QuietComforts, the QC25 is targeted mainly at the frequent travellers. The included carry case allows you to carry the QC25 around with compartments for a spare AAA battery and airplane adapter. The case feels great and would…