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Clamping force is not too tight. The ear pads and headband feature memory foam which are covered by velour material. The pads feel really soft on the head and allow airflow for minimized heat build-up/sweat. The headband also features similar cushioning materials and minimizes pressure spots on the head. See More
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With the feature switched on, you can really zone in on the music. Noise canceling is very effective at blocking out ambient noise, especially the lower frequencies. On a flight for example, engine noise is drastically reduced, as well as most of the sound from the conversations in your vicinity. See More
The QC25 feels comfortable even after wearing it for several hours. The pads go over the ear and feel soft, as the ample cushioning is covered with supple and high quality synthetic leather. Aside from the usual headband padding, it also has an inner Alcantara lining that feels really nice on the skin. See More
You have a number of options as to how you want to use these headphones' active noise canceling feature. You can either have the feature on or off while you are listening to music, or have noise canceling on without audio. This is a nifty feature if you just want to enjoy some peace and quiet when in a noisy place. See More
Neutral soundstage, comfortable earpads, great value. See More
These headphones are built really well. When holding them, you can tell that you have a premium product in your hands. The build features a mix of high quality plastics and metal. These headphones also have a hefty feel to them which certainly reinforces the impression that this is a premium product. See More
These headphones have a really flat sound to them. The bass is not overbearing yet does make its presence felt in the music. The mids and highs also share the same character of accuracy and neutrality, with some users reporting that the highs are boosted by just a very tiny bit. This makes the headphones a great option if you want to mix music using a closed back pair of headphones. See More
These headphones are very comfortable to wear. The comfort is achieve through the use of high quality synthetic leather on the ear pads and headband which make the headphones' contact points with your body feel nice and smooth. The ear pads also feature memory foam material which provides a lot of cushioning. See More
The mids of the 4.50 BTNC sounds natural and clear. Music with a lot of vocals and guitars will definitely sound great with these headphones. The bass is not very powerful, but still provides a satisfying thump to the music. Overall, these headphones sound warm and laid back, great for casual music listening. See More
If it will be your first high-quality headphones you will be stunned. Buying these actually changed my listening habits - now I just sit and listen more often. Because both music and sound quality is good enough. SOUND note: highs may sound noticeably higher. Before buy listen to your fav music and decide whether you like this or not. Marcy Playground - Sex and Candy high-hats never hit me so hard. To choose headphones I've listened to my 35 fav tracks, that I know well and always use both for my pleasure as listener and for the sound comparison purposes. Always check the headphones with the music you already know well and like! And use devices you will really use to listen in to. Listening to Alva Noto - Xerrox Spiegel was a bliss! Btw, here's my choosing headphones playlist if you're curious. https://play.google.com/music/playlist/AMaBXyk9OCtnfgfoT1kdKyF1Qf220lMbGUoGdtYbSg4vQWIuN5dRSLU9lBHSLBSPh2fVs0oQmIqjEBziPJXH-GYKyanryWOwWA%3D%3D Main competitor was the Sennheiser HD series, especially the HD 650 and HD600. I spend 5-6 hours in the store listening. IMHO sound quality differences here is mostly matter of taste. Sennheiser makes you hear the sound more spacious. Shure will make you feel sound almost inside of your head (only in comparison with HD650/600. The highs I recommend you to try both Shure SRH1440 and Sennheiser HD650, HD600, etc. Both are extremely good. Though I'd prefer I'll have them both, my choice was to buy used 1440s, so I can sell em for the same price and get the Sennheisers if I'll want to change the sound ) US customers can choose from the wide selection of the handmade earpads, that may zero the ergonomics differences between the HDs and 1440s. By default HDs has 5-15mm more space inside earpad, even though the external size are the same. I am an amateur musician and music lover/addict. I'm not an audiophile and ok with using streaming services to listen to the 2 new albums per day, instead of dilly-dollying with 16-terabyte RAID filled with the Flac archives. See More