Ok, so the QuietComfort 15s look almost exactly like the pair of QuietComfort 2s you used that one time you had enough miles to fly business class, and they still cost $300, but you'll have to trust me: Something's changed.
For an iPod dock anyway. Most impressive is the woofer and tweeter pushing through a transparent pane of lucite-like plastic in the front. There's also some kind of active EQ that iHome's pretty proud of.
Click to viewToday is a big day for music downloaders, because iTunes is finally offering DRM-free music for your listening pleasure. To sweeten the deal, each also has a lighter AAC compression applied to it, 256kbps instead of iTunes' customary 128kbps.