It is noticably quieter. You might want to take advantage of Bose' 30 day return policy to compare them in the Saab.Mike,
Did you find the noise canceling in the QC15 that much better than the QC2? Just wondering if it's worth upgrading for the Saab. Thanks.
Yes. Actually, the original QC-2 also uses one AAA battery, also. The big drawback to the QC-3 is that it requires a special battery... and a special battery charger... just what you need, another battery and charger to carry around.isn't the AAA battery a plus also?
gutshotdraw,$300 for the QC-15 and $200 for the Uflymike unless Mike is getting greedy...
Both truly great products.
That's also what I told my Standards guy and a couple other people that have brought it up. You'd be surprised by the lack of understanding of the distinction between STC and TSO. I think that situation has been nipped in the bud.gutshotdraw,
Not greedy but trying to recover some of the TSO certification costs. The UFM now goes for $225. Thanks for your continued support, and we'll put that bonus check in with your Christmas card this year.
As far as your FOM prohibiting the UFM, it would be interesting since the FAA has TSO certified the UFM with the QC-2 and earbud. It's as TSO'd as any other headset.
gutshotdraw,That's also what I told my Standards guy and a couple other people that have brought it up. You'd be surprised by the lack of understanding of the distinction between STC and TSO. I think that situation has been nipped in the bud.
BTW, do you think the -15 is that much of an upgrade that I should retire the -2?
And I was just kidding about the greedy thing. Capitalism works....if we let it.