Mobile ad hoc network (MANET) is a network that has fast characteristics, efficient deployment, and can apply in an emergency location such as natural disasters, military operations, forest fires, and health monitoring. However, the challenges and problems facing MANET are dynamic topology changes, with no fixed infrastructure, and limited energy sources. Dynamic topology changes will result in redundant data packets on each node, and the quality of the network will decrease. To overcome problems in MANET then selection of routing protocol is essential in improving network quality. This study aims to compare the performance of AODV, AOMDV, and DSDV routing protocols based quality of service (QoS). Parameters QoS to be analyzed are packet delivery ratio (PDR), packet loss, throughput, delay, and routing overhead (RO). The simulation result using NS-2 shows that AOMDV performs better than AODV and DSDV regarding PDR. AODV performs better than AOMD and DSDV regarding throughput, RO. While DSDV performs has better than AODV and AOMDV regarding the delay.