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QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones

A huge section of teenage life involves locking oneself in bedroom, putting on headphones and getting lost in the beauty of a world where nothing can go wrong. And this applies not only to our teenage times, but also takes us through most of our adult life as well. Whether it be the drumming of the rock and roll period or the pop songs that makes you want to dance, music drowns our sorrows and brings with it a reverence that leaves life rejuvenated. Given all this dramatic background, I’ll come to what really blew my mind—Bose’s QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones.

Now that we are talking about Bose, I needn’t really mention that its audio quality breaks the time-space continuum and transports you to a whole new universe where it’s just you and your music, blocking out even the most pertinent thoughts. But what is really amazing is the noise cancelling technology that occludes sounds over a very wide range of frequencies.

Although I understand how most people are just not comfortable with a huge pair of headphones, QuietComfort is extremely comfortable. The around-the-ear fit is perfectly designed to not cause much trouble and are lightweight too. So that really is not a problem at all.

Personally speaking what I like the most about these headphones is the single detachable audio cable. It annoys me immensely when the standard Y-cables get all tangled and messed up, so this definitely works out really well and is far more convenient.

Although I don’t like using headphones for making conversations, this does have an advantage. For all the Apple products’ users, this would be a huge attraction as it has this inline microphone that lets you talk over your iPhone very conveniently. As I am not an Apple fan, this feature doesn’t appeal to me as much, but I’m sure it adds to inviting quite a few buyers.

What took me by absolute wonder and appreciation for QuietComfort 15’s makers is the carrying case which works out extremely well for people like me, who are prone to accidents. Moreover, it is reasonably slim making it easy for one to carry his or her precious headphones while travelling.

All in all, highly priced (19, 013 rupees) QuietComfort 15 is a little piece of heaven for all the music lovers. Trust me when I say that it is worth all the money as it will transcend you into your own little blissful world of amazing compositions, with each note playing at its best.

Nemisha Kawatraa

What is your favourite brand when it comes to headphones? Write your opinions in the comment box below.

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