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How do they compare to sony 1000mx3 ?
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How do they compare to sony 1000mx3 ?
Sound quality is better. Noise cancelling pales in comparison. Comfort is not as good for most people as the Sony or Bose. Absolute no go for people wearing glasses.
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Sound quality is better. Noise cancelling pales in comparison. Comfort is not as good for most people as the Sony or Bose. Absolute no go for people wearing glasses.
Agree with your eval. I wear eyeglasses and the longest stint was an hour before switching them out for something else.
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This is a steal for these headphones, they sound fantastic.

Downside is that they are heavier earphones which also speaks to it's build quality. Sometimes longer sessions can make the top of my head a bit tender. Outside of that they sound amazing.
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Sound quality is better. Noise cancelling pales in comparison. Comfort is not as good for most people as the Sony or Bose. Absolute no go for people wearing glasses.
Bummer. I've been thinking about owning one, but I wear glasses, and comfort is very important to me. I already gave up on my previous P7 wireless due to comfort issues.
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I had these and returned them. Absolutely amazing sound and build quality. But it kept sliding off my head. I really really wanted to keep them but they just didn't work out.
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Sound quality is better. Noise cancelling pales in comparison. Comfort is not as good for most people as the Sony or Bose. Absolute no go for people wearing glasses.
Nice to know. I've tried the B&W P7s (i know these are not it) and thought they were really good. Unfortunately, I knew they wouldn't be for me b/c of glasses and the pressure.
...Maybe after I get lasik this year. Lol
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Even without glasses I found these too uncomfortable. Too heavy and too much clamping force. 1000XM3's and Bose QC35's are significantly more comfortable.
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Even without glasses I found these too uncomfortable. Too heavy and too much clamping force. 1000XM3's and Bose QC35's are significantly more comfortable.
How do the 1000xm3 and QC35 sound quality compared to the B&W px?

I am considering getting Bluetooth headphones but lack Bluetooth adapter on pc. Need to find a decent adapter, but I remember reading that Bluetooth adapters can't receive and transmit at same time so the onboard mics are kind of useless. Idk..
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These are great quality headphones, but agree that they are heavier bc of more quality materials, they don't fold up as nicely as Bose QC models either, so more of a challenge for traveling light.

I have a small head and feel they can be snug at times, so if your dome is a bit larger, I wonder if they may be bothersome over longer periods of time.

Jim's Review Room always has solid reviews for headphones: https://youtu.be/K1gdIs_QYp4
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How do the 1000xm3 and QC35 sound quality compared to the B&W px?

I am considering getting Bluetooth headphones but lack Bluetooth adapter on pc. Need to find a decent adapter, but I remember reading that Bluetooth adapters can't receive and transmit at same time so the onboard mics are kind of useless. Idk..
May not be the best alternative and only works with QC25, but Bolle and Raven have a Bluetooth adapter that's a bit more seamless. It is pricey, however. I got mine on sale to justify buying it years ago. They're solid, but don't perform well in cold weather.

Bolle&Raven Wireless Bluetooth Adapter for Bose QuietComfort 25 Headphones (QC25) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MTQG...iEbRKP69W4
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How do the 1000xm3 and QC35 sound quality compared to the B&W px?

I am considering getting Bluetooth headphones but lack Bluetooth adapter on pc. Need to find a decent adapter, but I remember reading that Bluetooth adapters can't receive and transmit at same time so the onboard mics are kind of useless. Idk..
A USB adapter for your PC will cost $10 or less and do what you want. You can check reviews of a specific adapter, but you shouldn't have a problem finding one that can pair a mouse and stereo headset at the same time. Worst case you could get two adapters if there were issues with your specific devices working together.
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It is certified refurbished. Is it safe to purchase a refurbished?
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Sound quality is better. Noise cancelling pales in comparison. Comfort is not as good for most people as the Sony or Bose. Absolute no go for people wearing glasses.
Thank you for your analysis. I wear glasses. Well...it's back to my Cowin E7 Pro's and my Ofusho earbuds. Got them free when I opened the box up. Love these earbuds. Base heavy, eight hours of battery life, and easy pairing. Oh...by the way. They are waterproof and have Qualcomm chips in them. Great for noise cancellation as well.

https://www.amazon.com/Bluetooth-...ofu&sr=8-3
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