I bought a great pair of Sony noise cancelling headset, mid range , I have tried them on a plane and a friend had a pair of Bose. Both agreed there was no difference, except price. Will check the model and let you know.
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On 23 Jun 2011, at 18:31, Larry Arnold <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I have a minor result, DSA are going to recommend noise cancelling
> headphones, initially they were just going to recommend "noise cancelling
> headphones" which meant I would get whatever the supplier saw fit to supply
> but I have argued that I need to be able to choose between a variety in case
> some are more suitable than others. I doubt they will pay for absolute top
> of the range like Bose, so can I have a few recommendations from those who
> have had success with them, and also the pitfalls to avoid please?
> I have also been told I can have additional adaptive technology or software.
> At the moment I use inspiration, I have been told there is a context
> sensitive spell checker called ginger which might be useful cos I get my
> homonyms mixed up. The standard spell check is not a lot of good because it
> can't tell me how to correctly spell the words I make up.
> I have thought for adaptive technology it might be a good idea to see if I
> can find an ergonomic mouse or mouse alternative. Any other suggestions?