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Interested in getting a couple things from them. Read mixed reviews. Wanted to get tbb opinion.
Quietcomfort headphones are super. Expensive tho...check ebay can get some for 125 or so...bought them for flying (great great) but they are great for yardwork and on computer too.
My thoughts as well.
I got the in ear head phones with mic that i use in car with phone and in gym. I love mine, also have the iPod docking station in kitchen. Sounds good as well
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Home audio is nice.... don't know much about the car audio.
I would advise against the headphones... you can get better for cheaper.
I've had the 321 GSX for a few years now and I've had no problems. Sound is great. Nice being able to have 200+ hours of cds downloaded on there.
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I have a Bose system in my Cadillac CTS and they sound fantastic.
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Good point. I have their headset because I travel a lot but I'm sure I paid too much for them,
Klipsch > Bose
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I think the best thing about the Bose headphones is they are cordless right? That's cool for being on flights for sure.
I would get something like that for travel.
Mine has a wire
Klipsch>>>>Bose. A well rounded Klipsch system will cost about the same but will shit on the Bose system. Klipsch is a great speaker and they are horn loaded which means listener fatigue is a minimum. Trust me on this. Titanium diagrams on the horns and the crossovers give you music or sound across the entire spectrum.
Care to offer me some advice on some Klipsch speakers that I can pair with a receiver for my living room for casual listening. Not wanting to pay more than 700.
Good quality but overpriced
What type of receiver will you be using? How big is your living room? Do the speakers need to be new? You can find some excellent 20 year old Klipsch on Craigslist a lot of the time that sound great or new. Size of the living room is very important to my answer.
I'd watch for sales on a Klipsch Quintet system and subwoofer. Occasionally they will do package deals where you can get that setup for a good price. I have the Quintet and a 10" klipsch subwoofer with a Yamaha RX-V473BL receiver and it sounds great. I think this would probably work fine for most living rooms.
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