How to Select Noise Cancelling Headphones

Discussion in 'Portable Headphones & Earphones' started by tiduslrg, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. tiduslrg

    tiduslrg New Member

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    Abstract from:★Reviews and Recommendations of Noise Cancelling Headphones★

    Noise cancelling headphones are very much popular among everyone. We always focus on the noise aspects very intentionally because whenever we go for the music, we always prefer noise cancelling headphones.People always prefer to hear the music without any interference. For example, if you go for a CD player or the DVD player in the plane, you will find the necessity of the noise cancelling headphones. In planes, the music will be full of interference. The sound of the engine or the external public sound and other disturbing factors will peep inside your ear even if you are wearing your head set. In this case, if you want an enjoyable music then you can go for the noise cancelling headphones.


    There are basically two types of noise cancelling headphones based on the reliability factor and they are active and passive . In the case of the passive type of noise reduction, we can very well tell that all the headphones are probably noise cancelling headphones.The outer surfaces of the passive headphones are made with the type of filament that can filter the external noise and then provide a good music to a greater extent. The passive noise cancelling headphones are capable of blocking some special sounds that are mostly higher frequencies. But still there are some limitations in the passive noise cancelling headphones. When we are hearing the sounds of the jets and the high sound producing engines then in those cases, the passive type will not be reliable.
     
  2. Dunebug

    Dunebug New Member

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    Sound and noise cancelling headphones

    What about sound isolating headphones ? Are they very effective ? I can't splurge $300 dollars on a descent pair of active sound cancelling headphones and am looking for some cheaper options like the Klipsch range.
     
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