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Maxell HP/NC-II Noise-Canceling Headphones
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Maxell HP/NC-II headphones deliver superior sound in any environment by reducing continuous external background noises up to 15dB. If you spend a lot...Click To Read More About This Product
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On the road or in the home”they're your safe-listening harbor.
Maxell HP/NC-II headphones deliver superior sound in any environment by reducing continuous external background noises up to 15dB. If you spend a lot of time in planes, trains, or automobiles or you live in a noisy home or neighborhood or work in a noisy office, you'll want these noise-canceling Maxell headphones. Headphones include a dual-pin adapter for airline headphone jacks, an on/off control, and a single-sided cord that reduces tangles. Comfortable and lightweight (only 3.7 oz.), the compact, over-the-ear, folding design slips easily into the included travel pouch. Maxell HP/NC-11 headphones are designed to give you over 50 hours of use with 2 AAA batteries.
- Lightweight portable headphones
- Noisebuster technology reduced external noice up to 15dB
- On/off control
- In-flight audio adapter
- 50 hour operation with 2 AAA batteries
- Frequency response: 20 to 20,000Hz
- Active cancellation: 20 to 15,000Hz, better than 15dB between 150 to 300Hz at maximum cancellation
- Headphone jack: Stereo mini plug
- Supplied accessories: In-flight dual-jack adapter, belt clip
- Weight: 3.7 oz.
- Warranty: 90 days on parts and labor
Reviewed by 3 customers
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I've tried the Bose headphones, and these are not Bose headphones. When I put these on, I was disappointed that the world did not "disappear" when I flipped the switch. But they do reduce some of the droning noises. They do not seem to be adaptive, but rather emit a general cancelling signal that conteracts ambient noise. That, in combination with an almost adequate acoustic seal around your ear, the headphones do keep out some of the unwanted noises. You will notice that the cancelling signal DOES affect the sound/audio of your player by dulling it a bit, but not too bad. All in all, what do you expect for the price? If you want Bose, pay up.
Not the greatest headphones. They can't handle as much volume as I really wanted, and the noise reduction feature isn't as great as discribed. It DOES work. It's just not great. When you turn on the feature you hear a little white noise, and it reduces background volume a tiny bit. It seems to function as an equalizer too, giving you richer sounds when the function is on.Not bad for casual use or for a little help recording some things, But not for serious recording use. I feel like this product is too expensive for what it does.
First let me start out saying these headphones sound great. Yay. But the model is just stupid. After carefull use and using the folding up feature because its handy, the wires went out on the right ear (the one without the cord) because they couldn't handle folding up. I finally sent these back to maxell and they sent me a new pair. But I have yet more to say about the noise cancelling. Actually, theres no noise cancelling but a little fuzzy sound when your wasting your AAA's. This upsets me because thats mostly what I bought these headphones for. I travel quite a bit on airplanes etc.