Some audiophiles dislike Bose with a passion, and noise cancelling in general. The hate is unwarranted. Here at WIRED, we love these headphones, and it’s hard to top Bose QuietComfort series. Bose’s noise cancelling technology has come a long way, making the QC series among best headphones for travel or to wear during a noisy commute.
Usually, you have to pay about $300 for a set of QuietComfort 25s, but this week Newegg is selling the QC25 series for up to 50 percent off. If you’re in the market, it’s an excellent time to buy.
Buy the Bose Quiet Comfort 25 headphones for $150 on Newegg, price valid through February 14 (Valentine’s Day).
These cans have mic controls made for iPhone, but still have a standard audio jack, so you’ll need your Lightning cable adapter to use them on newer iPhones. If needed, you can nab a Lightning to Headphone Jack adapter for $9 on Amazon.
If you have an Android or Samsung device, the Quiet Comfort 25 built specifically for those phones are on sale for $180 on Newegg and $180 on Amazon, again down from $300 normally.
As a sidenote, if you want to go wireless, the Plantronics Voyager 8200 (Wired score 8/10 Recommended) also have amazing sound and noise cancelling, and are currently about $280 ($100 off) on Amazon, $287 on Jet, and $280 on Newegg.
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