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I would avoid any noise canceling headphones for jogging (active or passive). You really need to be aware of your surroundings for safety. When jogging or running outside, I'd suggest headphones or earbuds that let you hear the outside world.
Shhh, let natural selection take its course.
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Tbf Bose refurbished are essentially new (open-box returns) 30% off this price.

Also IIRC the $240 was new it required a edu, health, first responder or military code which is quite encompassing.
Nice try but overall fail.
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I got these, the Sony XM4's, and the AirPods Max. Kept the AirPods Max. Pricey, yes... but blow the competition out of the water with sound quality, comfort, and seamlessness.
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Thank you
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Tbf Bose refurbished are essentially new (open-box returns) 30% off this price.

Also IIRC the $240 was new it required a edu, health, first responder or military code which is quite encompassing.
I returned my refurb. It was in good condition but I could still tell it was used and didn't sit right with me. Bought the Costco deal as I don't have any of the items you mentioned so still think it's a pretty good deal
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I have a new baby on the way and I work night shift. Would these be good to try for sleep? Most headphones are too tight over the head to be comfortable for extended periods of time. My wife would wear them for sleep at night while I take my turn.
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I got this: https://www.bolleraven.com/

Works well, sound quality is good. But a charge lasts for something like 6 hours which is way too short for me, and I got kind of annoyed having to charge it so often. For a long plane ride they probably wouldn't be my first choice. I doubt many of the adapters have amazing battery life due to size and was the main reason I upgraded.
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Can you please share the exact BT mod you bought and share how happy you are with it? There seems to be several solutions out there
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What are you going to do with the QC25 with BT mod... I have the same thing and got the refurb 700 on ebay a few weeks ago. These QC25 still are comfy but not much value selling it. I guess I can just hang onto them as a spare.
I think the QC25s are good and still worth keeping. I'll probably keep the 700s at home or for plane rides as the premium option. I'll take the QC25s out and about and let them get beat up instead of the 700s.
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I would avoid any noise canceling headphones for jogging (active or passive). You really need to be aware of your surroundings for safety. When jogging or running outside, I'd suggest headphones or earbuds that let you hear the outside world.
I use my QCs for jogging but will make sure to turn the noise cancelation off for it. They are pretty decent so long as you do that
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Jeff Bezos in drag (aka Alexa) is listening! That dirty sickie!
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If you have Sony WH1000XM3 these are pretty much inferior for noise canceling however if you want better audio quality, these are the way to go.
I'm severely considering selling my wh1000xm3 for these - strictly because the xm3 sucks for phone calls, and while it's not used as a headset for phone calls, really sucks when you're listening to music and then have to take the headphones off just to talk on the phone because the other person keeps complaining about background noise

Have anyone tested the bose 700 for phone call quality? I'm sure the noise cancellation will suffice for flights and such if they're at least qc25's quality or better
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Noise canceling is great...but I felt bass is low when listening to music
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