August 30th 2012 2:24 pm

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The TR90 headband of The Crash will counteract all the force you put it through, surviving up to 1500 kg of static force. In addition, The Crash has a pro-level sound produced by the 40mm neodymium drives that are completely protected with an ultra strong metal cabinet. The Crash also features a new Active and Chill, noise-isolating soft ear cusions and includes a mic, volume and controls for iPhone/iPod/iPad.

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I own a set of Bose QCs. They're great, comfortable while wearing, but awful when around the neck. It's impossible to move one's head around, the cups get in the way. Oddly, if you switch the L/R side, the Bose lays flatter around the neck. THis may be very subjective, but I find the Bose...

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