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[Costco] Sony WH-H900N Headphones (Noise Cancelling) $199

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utmosteffor wrote:
Sep 4th, 2019 12:05 pm
dont bother with entry level models that costco sells... only reason why people should be buying electronics in costco --- TVs or laptops!!!!!!
What on earth are you talking about?
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max011 wrote:
Sep 4th, 2019 11:33 am
Price in title so we don't waste time!!
My apologies. Hopefully the 2 seconds you “wasted” can be redeemed.
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mikek33 wrote:
Sep 4th, 2019 5:15 pm
My apologies. Hopefully the 2 seconds you “wasted” can be redeemed.
We all appreciate your effort posting this deal.

He's just saying that no one wants to enter every thread just to see the price, even if 2 seconds, the totalling time would be "2 seconds" X [Threads your interested in] which adds up.
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HeyHowYaDoin wrote:
Sep 4th, 2019 12:26 pm
Owned these. Spend $50 more and get the Bose. These are good at $200 but the Bose are legendary at $250.

Fun fact: these are the headphones Spiderman is wearing in all the Spiderman Far From Home promo.
Where's the bose deal?
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I assume you can take a call with these like with the Bose QC35's. Anyone have any experience with these on calls?
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Looks like these have to be charged from a pc??

These seem like a good option for the people who get that feeling of pressure on their ears from stronger noise cancelling headphones like the higher end Sony and bose ones
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yeah, what's up with needing a computer to charge these? That's a deal breaker, if true.
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umadbrah wrote:
Sep 10th, 2019 7:07 pm
yeah, what's up with needing a computer to charge these? That's a deal breaker, if true.
You don't need a computer. It's a micro usb port. Any standard USB charger will do.
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Have these from the last time it went to $200. There really isn't anything to complain about in terms of sound quality and noise cancelling - for 90% of people the comparisons with this and the Bose are just splitting hairs or prefer a different sound signature. It is a bit bass heavy but rolls off the high end so you can listen to music all day without fatigue. Gesture controls pretty useful and there isn't much of a learning curve. Weight is evenly distributed but headband can cause some slight discomfort after a while (a couple hours). Battery life is stellar (averaging 30-35 hours) but the micro USB charging is slow as molasses. You can put the cable into any old charging brick. Pleather ear cups are very comfy but do get sweaty after a while since they are plastic.
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rubberhammers wrote:
Sep 10th, 2019 8:48 pm
Have these from the last time it went to $200. There really isn't anything to complain about in terms of sound quality and noise cancelling - for 90% of people the comparisons with this and the Bose are just splitting hairs or prefer a different sound signature. It is a bit bass heavy but rolls off the high end so you can listen to music all day without fatigue. Gesture controls pretty useful and there isn't much of a learning curve. Weight is evenly distributed but headband can cause some slight discomfort after a while (a couple hours). Battery life is stellar (averaging 30-35 hours) but the micro USB charging is slow as molasses. You can put the cable into any old charging brick. Pleather ear cups are very comfy but do get sweaty after a while since they are plastic.
Any reason someone would go for the 1000 model?

Ive been eyeing those.
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Biscayne05 wrote:
Sep 10th, 2019 9:05 pm
Any reason someone would go for the 1000 model?

Ive been eyeing those.
Better noise cancelling, more comfortable.
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Biscayne05 wrote:
Sep 10th, 2019 9:05 pm
Any reason someone would go for the 1000 model?

Ive been eyeing those.
Cnsultnt wrote:
Sep 10th, 2019 9:13 pm
Better noise cancelling, more comfortable.
Agreed on that point, 1000's noise cancelling is better, earcups are more plush, and doesn't take ages to charge. Sound quality may differ as well in a technical sense. The improvement matters if you intend to use these headphones in a very noisy environment. If you're mostly an office/home worker or a student, just save the money.
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From what I've read these vs the bose is pretty much a draw. Reviewers have said these have better sound quality where as the bose has better noise cancelling. I bought these last time they came on sale at costco and love them. I primarily use them in the office and the noise cancelling is good enough to block out all the ambient noise.

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