Launched in 2009 as a replacement to the QuietComfort 2, the new QuietComfort 15 has since been one of the best active noise-canceling headphones money can buy. The noise-canceling circuitry has been reworked to be even more effective and the ear cups have been improved to offer even more comfort. Audio performance is also slightly better than its predecessor too. With all these improvements, what more can you ask for?
Hunting for an affordable pair of in-ear monitors? Then you might want to consider the iPhone-friendly Klipsch Image S4 II, priced at only $116 during the show. The S4 series was built as an all-purpose earphones which offers ample noise isolation, neutral frequency response, and relatively low distortion.
The Image X7i not only offers great noise isolation, thanks to its carefully designed oval ear-tips, but it is also Klipsch's first ceramic headphones, which makes this sexy pair of in-ears a lightweight and fairly durable music companion. Equipped with tangle-free cables, the X7i's inline controls also makes it easy to toggle between your funky music and incoming calls.
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