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  • Monoprice Noise Cancelling Headphone w/ Active Noise Reduction Technology [monoprice.com] (Black)
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        • Monoprice Noise Chancelling Headphone w/ ANR Technology
        • 55" Audio Cable w/ Inline Microphone/Control Modoule
        • 58" Standard Audio Cable w/ 90 Degree Connector
        • Headphone/Microphone Splitter for PC/3.5.mm-1/4" Plug Adapter
        • Airline Plug Adapter
        • Hardshell Zippered Nylon Storage Case
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On the topic of replacement earpad which seems to be frequent issue - In the reviews section this was posted by NeoGeo71 on April 6, 2016

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You can get replacements on Amazon, you need to search forAudio Technica ATH ANC7 ear pads. these will fit but are missing the white foam that is inside the original earpads, not sure how it affects sound or noise canceling, Prices range from 10-20 dollars. If you want a perfect exact replacement, you can order from Audio Technica using these instructions (Please send $30.00 to paypal@atus.com and be sure to include both the part number/quantity (139900770 x 1) and your full USA address in the comment section of the paypal transaction.). I ordered these from Audio Technica and they are the exact ear pads that come with the Monoprice 10010's.

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What is the criteria for making it to the top of the popular page? I'm the first to comment and there are only 3 up votes. Popular?
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What is the criteria for making it to the top of the popular page? I'm the first to comment and there are only 3 up votes. Popular?
promoted by SD, must be garbage

How is this one compared to Bose QC?
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I don't know, 278 positive reviews for 4.5 starts. This thing will probably be fantastic if you replace the ear pads.

50 hours on a single charge! That's hard to beat.
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I just bought these yesterday and on its way. Now it's on a better sale. I hope they refund me the difference. I see these headphones pop up here and there for best and top travel headphones. I hope it's true.
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promoted by SD, must be garbage

How is this one compared to Bose QC?
Exactly... Slickdeals is known rig up their system to boost post rating in sneaky way without ever revealing that it's a paid promotion. Annoying as f!!!
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promoted by SD, must be garbage

How is this one compared to Bose QC?
Yesterday it was for same price plus there was a 5 off 25 coupon "END" that brought down the price to $45. This is promoted sale by Monoprice and Slickdeals failed again to reveal it's paid ad.
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promoted by SD, must be garbage

How is this one compared to Bose QC?
These are very heavy cans and inline controls rarely work on Android phones. In an 8hr flight, after every 35 to 45mins, had to take them out just let ears breath and not feel heavy head.
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I've owned these for 2 years now for plane trips and my wife has the Bose. The Bose are far more comfortable, sound quality is better and it seals better to your head. But $50 vs $300....its what you expect.

Do the research online, but overall, the general TLDR is that these are absolutely killer for the plane if you dont wear headphones daily. I only use mine for the plane trips and its an absolute joy not hearing the engines and noise. For $50 its a no-brainer and I would never go on a plane again without these in my bag. If you want to use them frequently for music and daily use, get the Bose. I bought these specifically for travel and they are fantastic.
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These are comfortable enough and sound great for less than $100 IMO. I might pick up a second pair so I can have one at work and one at home.
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I bought a pair for my son and wife at twice this cost. The Bose are more comfortable but come on. These are $50. They are a solid value at that price.
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Thanks OP! Got another set.

I've been using these for two years. I fly twice a week and they are great. No lie - not as good as Bose's QuiteComfort 25s which my colleague paid about $300 for, and I tried out on a flight and compared with my Monoprice. His QC25 sounds better and fits better, but my Monoprice sounds good too, just not as crisp as his Bose. I have a larger head and my Monoprice feels a bit tighter, but not uncomfortable at all. If money is no concern, then no reason not to go with the Bose. But if you want solid noise cancelling at only $50, this is a steal. I got my original set when they were $100 and I thought 1/3 of Bose was awesome at the time. Now, 1/6 of Bose is a no brainer for me as a spare just in case my other one craps out eventually. Yes, I'm hoarding, but that's what SD is great for!

Here's a CNET review of the Monoprice vs. Bose's QC15.
https://www.cnet.com/products/mon...echnology/
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Since when Bose becomes the standard to evaluate the headphones? I thought Bose is always overpriced with mediocre sound quality in HiFi arena.
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