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The Best Noise-Canceling Headphones In The Market

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Noise-canceling headphones are a boon from the music industry. Though they have their fair share of cons, these bad boys are the best escape tools from the disturbances and nuances of your daily life. The wireless headphones have a customized system to reduce the level of noise in it.
However, not all headphones are what they claim to be. So here’s a list of the best noise-canceling headphones in the market, that you can get for a reasonable rate.

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Sony WH-1000XM3

Sony’s wireless noise-canceling headphones are the best pick when it comes to completely removing unwanted hindrances to your music by varying the decibels. The headphone has a customized system to reduce the level of noise in it. You can actually vary the frequencies of sounds you want to hear using these headphones. This can help you listen to important stuff like announcements when you are in a means of public transport and yet still avoid other sounds like shouting etc. The headphone has feather touch control to change the systems in the ear cups to increase or decrease the sound. It can also be connected to the iTunes app and you can control it from there as well.

Bose QuietComfort 35 series II

Bose is one of the best music technology companies when it comes to manufacturing ANC – Active Noise Cancelation. ANC in the Bose headphones comes into effect in many places ranging from train rumblings like A/C hummings. The series II is quite comfortable when it comes to handling and are is unbelievably lightweight, so much so that you can have them on for 24 hours and still feel little to no burden on your shoulders. The headphone has a battery life that runs for around 20 hours a day. In this version of the series II, you can have access to google assistant through voice command. They also have ANC switches that you can use to turn them on or off.

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Phiaton BT 150NC

The 150NCs are the best headphones in terms of minimalistic operation and handling specs. They are a bit heavier than the other headphones although the design is simple. They are also lightweight on the shoulders. The 150 NC comes in multiple ear caps which also help in putting on and seeing to it that they don’t come off easily. The tight seal is mainly given so that unwanted noise remains unheard. The battery, however, is not as effective when we turn on the noise cancellers it drains quickly, though you connect it with the audio jack when the power seems to fall steeply.

Phiaton BT 120NC

You can say this is the younger sibling of the BT150 NC. Both of these models are sports designs that have good build quality. But when it comes to user-friendly the BT 120 NCs are more advanced and easy to use and wear. They have the option of varying the noise-canceling characteristics by using the earbuds in different sizes. BT 120 NC is a good fit if you’re someone who prefers listening to music while going for a run or a while working out.

Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2

The Backbeat Pro 2 comes in various colors and is flexible in the ear cups. The noise cancellation is a bit lesser when compared to other headphones. You can still listen to the ambient sound from the surroundings which was seemingly made intentional so that the people don’t miss out on the important noises.

The headphones have sensors that auto-pause the music when you remove them from your ears. Though there are sometimes failures in the model, the best thing about these headphones is that they are comfortable even after hours of usage. The battery life for one day in these headphones.

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Audio – Technica ATH – ANC9

Mostly ANCs do not always have to be optimal when it comes to canceling the noise and at the same time make the music audible. But in the Technica, they have done a miraculously superb job. Not only have they managed to make the noise-canceling efficient but also made it in a way that it lasts for a longer time. The headphones come at such a cheap rate and are easy to operate. Though the higher vocals are audible and perform well when the noise cancelation is turned on, you can find some difference when you hear it some low-frequency sounds.

Anker Soundcore Space NC

The Space NC headphone has the same features as Sony WH- 1000XM3 – they have the ear cups with touches but when it comes to the price they are the complete opposite. Placed at such a low price, it makes us question the price asked by Sony for the same specs. The headphone has extra touch keys like pause, play and skip as well.

When it comes to the delivery of sound they are excellent at their job. The bass is good the vocals are heard perfectly. But be careful with the keys as they are feather touch the chances are more that it can be damaged easily.

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 2.0

These headphones have extra options like NFC, Bluetooth and have ANC. They have a battery life of 22 hours which is a comparatively huge advantage in its price sector. The headphones come in leather-wrapped colors that exhibit a pleasant look on the headphones. The ANC in these headphones is also good and reduces unwanted noise to a good extent. They are low priced,  have a good design and are extremely lightweight. The build quality is also unexpectedly good, and the overall performance is really appreciable for the given price point.

All of these headphones are great. Thorough research can never hurt when it comes to buying music technology. So, head over to Karaoke Bananza now to get a detailed review of everything related to music and technology.


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