Initially, I had problems listening it wasn’t clear on my system. So I bought a good quality headphone from a store in Toronto that really helped me out. I really thought I should share it with this group so that you all can use good quality earphones or headphones. -
Thanks for the tip - also consider checking out using lingq and using the system and then give some more feedback.
Personally, I listen whenever I get a chance to, however - in particular - I like listening in crowded noisy places with my cheap but practical ear buds that are sometimes really tough to listen to.
Gives me real world practice.
However, if I really want crisp and clear - my Bose QC-15s are one of the best things I have ever purchased in my life.
I think a discussion about headphones on here would be quite interesting. These are in fact one of the main language learning tools that we use and getting a good pair is a big advantage. After testing with cheap headphones and expensive headphones, I came to the conclusion that I like to spend around 50 euros on a pair of headphones, plus or minus 10 euros.
I still have never tried any of these wireless bluetooth devices. What do people think about them? Are there any that can be worn while doing excercise?
I’ve had a few pairs of Motorola S10 bluetooth headphones that I really liked but they eventually stopped working. They don’t seem to last that long unfortunately. Granted I work out with them so they are getting sweated on and worn outside in the rain on occasion. I also had a pair of Yurbuds that were terrible. The sound would cut in and out if my phone was in my pocket. Would love a good suggestion for a workout proof pair of bluetooth headphones.
The first post is spam. It amazes me you guys won’t remove it. Is it because it’s Canadian? Mmm…Canadian spam!
I agree with you iaing. How long have you been using it?
I tend to agree that a post of this sort is spam. You should disregard the post. You don’t have to pay a visit to the online shopping site or something else that disguises itself as that.
I agree. I new user and the first post is advertisement…
At this point, people seem to be enjoying the topic so we’ll leave it. Otherwise, our only option is to delete the whole thread since he started it…plus they’re Canadian…!
Ok Mark, but I hope you draw the line at back bacon.
I’ve had the QC-15s for about 6 years. Went through the headband cushion a few years ago - but ordered new cushions and good as new.
The beauty of these is that you can put noise cancelling ear bids inside the QC-15 - a bomb could go off beside you and you wouldn’t hear it.
Marshall, nice ones.