Large selection of popular wireless noise canceling headphones either with cable or wireless Bluetooth and ANC (Active noise cancellation). Available in many variants and price ranges.
The name of this type of headphone says almost everything. This is a headphone that, in addition to being able to play music naturally, can also sort the noise from the outside, so that you have full enjoyment of whatever you listen to. This type of headphone comes in many different forms, both in-ear, over-ear and around-ear, with the latter mentioned often being the solution that works best.
On many noise-canceling headphones, it is possible to turn on / off the noise-canceling function if, for example, you are in a quiet area, or yet want to hear what is happening around one. The active noise reduction requires power to operate. Therefore, noise-canceling headphones also often have built-in batteries, or the option to switch themselves (AA or AAA) for the function to work.
The audio signature is comparable to normal around-ear, on-ear, or in-ear headphones, as the speaker units used are often the same - just a little extra has been added to make noise reduction possible.
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More info about Noise reduction headphones
Noise-canceling wireless headphones (NC) are available in many different designs and sizes, but one thing they all have in common - namely noise reduction. This is all about simplicity, sorting the sound around one from, so that one can enjoy his music completely without interruption from whatever happens around one. For example, if working in a noisy environment, or perhaps using a lot of public transport, a set of wireless noise-reducing headphones may be an obvious choice.
Many models of wireless noise-reducing headphones offer the ability to turn the feature on / off so that they are in effect and can function as a set of quite normal headphones. The battery life of a set of wireless noise-reducing headphones is often between 15-30 hours on a charge. Of course, the battery life will vary depending on whether you use the noise reduction feature or not, and depending on how high your volume is turned up - as on any other set of wireless headphones.
To connect to your player device, wireless noise-canceling headphones make use of the Bluetooth standard, which makes it quick to connect to any supported device, be it a phone, tablet or anything else. Should you run out of battery and not be able to charge right away. Offering many of the over-ear and around-ear versions of wireless noise-canceling headphones, you can continue listening further by simply plugging in a cable. Many editions also offer advanced management via applications that can be downloaded to your device. You'll find the full range of wireless noise-canceling headphones below.