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The Sony 770BTs and Vmoda Crossfades are - without a doubt - the better sounding headphones while in bluetooth mode. The Momentums were good, but bit flat sounding over bluetooth imo.
I tried the wired Bose Quiet Comfort 25s, and returned them after 2 days. Two. Days. Could not get them back into the box fast enough. I can't fathom how the wireless version could possibly offer any improvements on sound quality.
The Crossfades are my daily driver at work and during my commute, and it's flexibility in wired and wireless modes are outstanding. So is the sound quality.
I'm curious as to why you were so turned-off from the QC's, cause I've been using a pair for over a year now since my Momentums were stolen and I think they sound just fine. If anything, my only gripes about the QC's in comparison to the Momentums is that they are lacking in detail and the bass isn't as tight, but it still has an enjoyable sound signature, not to mention the noise cancelling is fantastic and worth it's own merit. But again, these are my opinions and I wanna hear your full take on these headphones.
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