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Back from Vacation.

chaosor

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And all I can think about is spending $$$. Well, right now, I have my eyes on 3 things.

 

A Samsung Galaxy S4. why? As some of you might know, I somewhat recently updated my iPhone to iOS 6, and it is known to kill your battery (I wasn't aware of that when I updated). My battery is draining really fast, enough that my phone isn't very usable, if I want it to last all day, like it could before, when I was using it heavily. To give you an idea, I used my phone today to take 2 or 3 pics, and send 7 text messages, and it drained my battery 7%. I am also looking at the LG Lucid 2 (to save money, and because I hear it has a good battery life, as far as cheaper phones go.

 

Bose ae2 headphones. While on vacation, I went to the Bose store, and tried the headphones on. They sounded amazing, and as a bonus, they can somewhat block out sounds. Why is this important? My house, and the family car, can sometimes become very loud, to the point where I can't hear myself think. These will help me alot, especially when I'm doing college work at home, so I won't be distracted as much.

 

Bose Soundlink mini. I have a HMDX Jam bluetooth speaker, which works well, considering it only costs $40. However, the Bose is louder, and clearer sound, and lasts longer. However, I really don't need these, as I already own a bluetooth speaker, and I'm not made of money. Trying to talk myself out of even thinking about this, if I can



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I very highly recommend bose, I myself own many pairs of bose headphones. If you want the in ear headphones, I highly suggest the IE-2 headphones, they sound as better than any set of in ears you will ever hear. If you have more money to spend,, and want headphones that block out more noise, I would say purchase either the QC-3 or QC-15. QC-3 are the on-ears, with better sound quality, which is traded out for lesser noise cancellation. The QC-15 are basically the opposite - can block out planes with ease but have just a bit lesser sound quality. The QC-15 are around ears.

My main pair of overheads is just the old 2004 Bose Triport, and the ae2 is basically an upgrade from those. I reckon they sounded just as good, but weighed just a little more. If that doesn't bother you - the ae2 had a more comfortable headband. I couldn't resist going on and on =D

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No highs, no lows. That's bose.

Is that good or bad?

I want to hear about your vacation!

I'll make another blog about it when I get back from work.

I very highly recommend bose, I myself own many pairs of bose headphones. If you want the in ear headphones, I highly suggest the IE-2 headphones, they sound as better than any set of in ears you will ever hear. If you have more money to spend,, and want headphones that block out more noise, I would say purchase either the QC-3 or QC-15. QC-3 are the on-ears, with better sound quality, which is traded out for lesser noise cancellation. The QC-15 are basically the opposite - can block out planes with ease but have just a bit lesser sound quality. The QC-15 are around ears.

My main pair of overheads is just the old 2004 Bose Triport, and the ae2 is basically an upgrade from those. I reckon they sounded just as good, but weighed just a little more. If that doesn't bother you - the ae2 had a more comfortable headband. I couldn't resist going on and on =D

the ae2 are the ones they had at the Bose store, I believe. I want the around the ear-style headphones. I'm not fond of noise reducing/cancelling headphones, especially cancelling, because there is always the static in the background, which cancels outside noise.

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