Bose QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones, Samsung and Android Devices, Black

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Bose QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones, Samsung and Android Devices, Black

Bose QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones, Samsung and Android Devices, Black

  • Ideal for Samsung Galaxy and other select Samsung and Android devices
  • Noise cancelling reduces surrounding distractions, letting music stand out. Stay Hear+ tips provide long-lasting comfort plus stability
  • Aware mode lets you hear what’s around you when you need to, at the touch of a button
  • Exclusive TriPort technology and Active EQ help deliver lifelike, digital-quality audio.Charging time: 2 hours;Battery life: 16 hours per full charge
  • QC®20 headphones are specifically designed to work with selected Apple® or selected Samsung® and AndroidTM devices. An inline microphone and one-touch answer/end button allow for seamless switching between your calls and music. Some phones may require you to hold the answer/end button for a few seconds to perform these functions.
  • Assembled Product Weight:1 Pounds

Shut out the world and lose yourself in your music–or hear what’s around you. It’s your choice with the first in-ear noise cancelling headphones from Bose. Quiet Comfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones are engineered to let you enjoy better sound every day, everywhere you go. Turn on noise cancelling to reduce surrounding distractions and focus on your music. Or, at the touch of a button, activate Aware mode so you can hear what’s happening around you without removing the headphones. Inside, exclusive TriPort technology brings your music to life while additional Bose technologies provide dramatic noise cancellation rivaling any full-sized headphone on the market today. Proprietary Stay Hear+ tips create a soft, secure fit. The inline microphone and remote easily let you switch to calls and provide control for select Samsung and Android smartphones and tablets. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 16 hours of use. And even when the power is off or the battery runs out, you can still use these headphones to enjoy Bose quality sound. Included: Quiet Comfort 20 headphones; 3 pairs Stay Hear+ tips (S, M, L); clothing clip; rechargeable lithium-ion battery (built-in); USB charging cable; carrying case.

List Price: $ 249.00

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  • 10 year shelf life guaranteed (each battery is individually date coded to ensure freshness)
  • Measures 1.15-inches length by 7-3/4-inches width by 4-1/2-inches height

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  1. 2,641 of 2,718 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars REVOLUTIONARY, NOT EVOLUTIONARY: THE BEST BOSE YET, August 19, 2013
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    Charles Nordlander (New York, NY) -
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    NOTE: See the second post in the comments section for my updates to this review. New one posted for July 2017: my QC20s bit the dust!

    I don't use the word "revolutionary" casually. Truth is, a product rarely qualifies for that accolade. But knowing as much as I do about noise-cancelling technology, I would not have believed that what Bose has accomplished with the QC20 series was even possible. In fact, I'd say they've created the best all-around earphone or headphone on the market today for everyday use with portable music players. Note that I said "best all-around" which is not to say it's "best" in every category. If audiophile sound quality is your top priority, then look elsewhere, as both my Etymotic 4PT and Shure 530 series earphones sound better than the QC20s. However, those better-sounding 'phones have other drawbacks in actual use (more on that later), and they now sit in a drawer while the QC20s go with me everywhere. Bottom line: if you're looking for the best noise-cancelling on the market today, bar none, combined with very good sound, the ultimate in comfort and convenience, all in a very small, lightweight package, the QC20 is for you. This review will focus on a comparison of the QC20 with the QC15, as well as with the Etymotic 4PT and the Shure ES530, all of which I currently own and have used for some time. And please be sure to check out the "Design Flaw" section at the end of this review before deciding if the QC20 is for you.

    Noise-cancelling: The QC20 is signifcantly better than my QC15. Look, I've used Bose QC headphones for years, but the QC20 actually made me gasp the first time I turned on its noise-cancelling circuit. I can only describe the effect as eerily silent, which seems impossible with an earphone that only lies against the opening of your ear, but doesn't go into the canal or encircle your ears like headphones. (By comparision, I never thought the noise cancelling on the QC3 was all that good.) In addition to achieving great noise-cancelling in an "ear bud" type design, Bose has also made real strides is quieting the sounds of speech, which--along with crying babies--have always largely evaded the capabilities of noise-cancelling systems. The QC20 is by no means perfect in silencing speech (or crying babies) but it's a clear step forward. My QC15s are going up for sale today.

    Sound Quality: The sound of the QC20 is incrementally better than the QC15, but still lags behind the better in-ear 'phones like my Ety 4PT and Shure ES530. To my ears (Your Ears May Vary), the QC20 sound a bit veiled by comparison, and while the bass is certainly there, its quality and tightness just isn't as good. But let's put this in context: I"m talking about A/A+ sound for the Ety and Shure vs. B/B+ sound for the QC20. Plus, there are the drawbacks to the in-ear canal earphones: they silence outside sounds almost completely, which I find dangerous when walking the streets of NYC... and there's the incovenience of having to remove an earphone from the canal everytime you want to hear what someone is saying to you. The QC20 has an "aware" mode that allows in outside sound at the touch of a button. Also, with the Ety 4PT, I hear the microphonic thumping sound of the cable hitting my body when I walk--not as bad as earlier generations of the Ety cable, but still there. Finally, neither of these in-ear 'phones are comfortable for long-term wear, such as a cross-country flight. Again, Your Ears May Vary, but I have to remove them after a couple of hours.

    Comfort: My QC15 headphones are certainly comfortable, but the soft silicone of the QC20 ear tips rest so comfortably against your ear openings that you simply forget you're wearing them at all. Most importantly, the Bose StayHear design of the tips keeps them in place, which is a huge deal for me. I have never been able to wear any ear bud design (and I think I've tried them all) because they fall out too easily. The Bose remain secure, but without force that would cause discomfort. The QC20s come with medium tips installed, but also include small and large sizes in the box.

    Size/Weight: This is where the QC20 really trounces the QC15. The earphones store in a soft pouch that measures just 2.75 x 5 inches and they weigh next to nothing. As nice as the storage case is for the QC15, it just looks huge by comparison. I was concerned that the "battery/control bar" at the plug end of the QC20 might have size and weight that would make it clunky in use, but it's small, very thin, and almost as feather-weight as just the cable itself. The bar measures just 1"W x 3.5"L x 1/4"D. Weight is only 3/4 of an ounce, including the end cable and plug. That end cable is just long enough to allow for easy folding of the bar against the back of your phone or music player and easy insertion into your pocket.

    Convenience: Minimal... Read more
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    Charles Nordlander2017-09-28 06:52
  2. 278 of 303 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Life Changing, August 2, 2016
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    I didn't buy these for air travel, and I didn't buy them for listening to music. I bought these as an act of desperation. I'm a very light sleeper, and I sleep at odd hours. I also happen to live in a noisy city (Chicago), and in an noisy part of the city to boot. I've been driven to near-madness by chronic sleeplessness. Enter these little earbuds. I was hesitant to spend the money because I didn't think they could possibly do what I needed them to do. I need them to drown out heavy construction noise one floor above me. I need them to drown out the infernal din of four days of Lollapalooza every summer (which takes place just outside my windows). I need them to make the city go away sometimes. Incredibly, they do all of that and do it well (especially when used in conjunction with a white noise app). And unlike NC headphones, they are really comfortable to sleep in. Like I said, life changing.
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    BookishE2017-09-28 07:22
  3. 49 of 51 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Unbelievably good noise reduction makes for overall excellent sound, April 5, 2016
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    D. Barry -
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    I was going to give these four stars, but then realized that if you are looking at these then you are interested in the an earphone that cancels out the background noise and in that department these are unbeatable.
    On our last airplane ride I recorded the background noise and created a loop to play back on my hifi system. This gave me the opportunity to compare several earphones in a controlled environment. The etymotics with passive noise reduction did well, other active noise reduction earphones also did varying degrees of reduction in the background noise, but none could match the phenomenal quietness achieved by the BoseQC20s.
    The star I would have deducted would have been for the sound quality, which to my ears isn't quite as good as other earphones that have noise reduction capabilities, but the enjoyment of the superior sound from the others is degraded by the intrusion of background noise, especially in the quieter passages. The overall sound of the Bose was the clear winner and I have kept these as my travel earphones.
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    D. Barry2017-09-28 07:36