Very good indeed, but you could buy better depending on what it is you are looking for.....
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Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC Wireless review: The Good The Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC Wireless is wireless noise-canceling headphone with effective noise canceling that sounds great and costs significantly less than Bose's QuietComfort 35. It works well as a headset and offers decent battery life [...]
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Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless review Sennheiser married noise cancelling and Bluetooth for the first time in its Momentum 2.0 Wireless (£380), and Bose has replied by applying the same functionality to its QuietComfort 35s (£290). Now, right on cue, we have the Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless [...]
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Sennheiser HD 4.50 Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones: Australian Review Sennheiser's noise cancellation in the HD 4.50 is on the lighter side, which is a good thing for the quality of the headphones' sound reproduction, but at the same time if you're searching for that silent, hiss- and hum-free silent bliss of ultra [...]
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Review: Sennheiser's PXC 550 Wireless Headphones Should Put Bose on Notice Another feature worth dwelling on is the PXC 550's aptX support, which means they can wirelessly stream 16-bit audio, or what is roughly considered "CD-quality". Sadly, none of Apple's mobile devices currently support the aptX codec (to some, that's [...]
Top Rated Headphones | 10 Best Noise Cancelling Headphones In 2016 Reviews – Buy Online Best known for the outstanding and adaptive sound that it produces, Sennheiser PXC 450 is an acclaimed microphone ... Popular in several top 10 best noise-cancelling headphones in 2016 reviews, JVC HANC250 is an aesthetic black-themed noise-cancelling ... [...]
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Noise isolating AND cancelling headphones/earbuds? Most noise cancelling headphones will have some isolation. Not the 30dB that hearing protection devices have but some. The Sennheiser PXC-450 are over the ear hard shell headphones. They will provide isolation as well as cancellation. [...]
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Sennheiser On Display In The Qantas Lounge Among the products on display are Sennheiser's Momentum 2.0 Around-Ear, Momentum 2.0 On-Ear, Momentum 2.0 Wireless and PXC 450 headphones, with consumers welcome to try out the headphones with their own devices. Sennheiser states the Qantas lounge is a ... [...]
Sennheiser PXC 450 NoiseGard 2.0 Sennheiser as a company, has been around for years, and is definitely not a novice in making high-end headphones. If there are a pair of headphones you can compare the PXC-450 with then it would be Bose's QuietComfort 3. However, the PXC-450 outruns the ... [...]
Why the Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless Headphones Might Be for You Sennheiser’s NoiseGard hybrid adaptive noise cancellation ensures uninterrupted listening by seamlessly monitoring and adapting to ambient noise levels. The Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless differentiates itself from other noise-canceling headphones with its "NoiseGard Hybrid" adaptive noise cancelling, which aims to automatically monitor and adjust to ambient noise levels. So as the surrounding environment grows...
Type : Over-ear Enclosure : Closed-Back Wireless : No Noise-Cancelling : Yes Mic : No Transducer : Dynamic The Sennheiser PXC450 are average headphones with good audio reproduction and decent build quality, but questionable design choices. Unfortunately, the noise isolation is severely lacking and is not recommended for use in noisy environments.Decent leakage...
I was thinking of beginning this review with a plug for Sennheiser, a company that has quietly been producing top quality headphones for many years, but rarely seems to grab the limelight. But every review I’ve ever seen seems to do that, so I won’t. Oh, I did already? Never mind.It’s not as if the glowing comments aren’t well-deserved. In fact Sennheiser is probably the only name anyone without an unhealthy interest in the headphones market would be able to give you if you asked them to name...
Given how frequently iPods and other portable media players are used in noisy environments, headphones that reduce some degree of outside noise have become popular accessories. Although there are several approaches to such noise reduction, today I take a look at nine full-size, noise-canceling headphones. Noise-canceling technology Headphones designed to reduce the amount of external noise that makes its way to your ears use one (or both) of two approaches: passive and active noise...