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Audio Technica ATH-ANC25 Quiet Point Active Noise-Cancelling On-Ear Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Quiet Point active noise reduction up to 15 dB
  • 40mm driver diameter
  • 20-20,000 Hz frequency response
  • 100 dB sensitivity
  • 20 ohms impedance
  • Reduces environmental noise up to 85%
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The Audio-Technica ATH-ANC25 Quiet Point Active Noise-Cancelling On-Ear Headphones block up to 80% of environmental noise and offers outstanding sound quality, comfort and portability. The headphones feature soft ear pads and a cushioned headband for long-wearing comfort. The detachable cord offers a convenient in-line volume control. Unlike many other noise-cancelling headphones, the ATH-ANC25 audio functions even without batteries or when its noise-cancelling function is turned off. The headphones are compatible with the Apple iPod, iPhone and iPod touch, and perfect for use with portable music and DVD players, laptop computers, in-flight entertainment systems and other devices. And they fold for easy portability and storage.

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The Audio-Technica ATH-ANC25 Quiet Point Active Noise-Cancelling On-Ear Headphones block up to 80% of environmental noise and offers outstanding sound quality, comfort and portability. The headphones feature soft ear pads and a cushioned headband for long-wearing comfort. The detachable cord offers a convenient in-line volume control. Unlike many other noise-cancelling headphones, the ATH-ANC25 audio functions even without batteries or when its noise-cancelling function is turned off. The headphones are compatible with the Apple iPod, iPhone and iPod touch, and perfect for use with portable music and DVD players, laptop computers, in-flight entertainment systems and other devices. And they fold for easy portability and storage.

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  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 8.2 x 10.5 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003C0GTH8
  • Item model number: ATH-ANC25
  • Batteries 1 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 4, 2010

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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Jerry M. Johnson on January 5, 2011
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I am primarily a user of in ear monitor type headphones. I prefer them for their portability, sound and noise isolation. However, I fly often and became curious about how NC phones would fit my needs. I purchased two pairs - AT ANC7b and the AT ANC25. I received them within days of each other. While I somewhat liked the sound of the ANC7b it leaks sound badly. In an environment that is not already very noisy people around you will clearly hear whatever you are listening to. The other problem I had was the size of the case. I typically travel with a netbook and there was no way to fit this case into my TSA friendly case Solo TCA511-4 Tech Collection Netbook Mini Instant Messenger Bag (Black). In addition, after the second day the left ear would crackle every 40 seconds or so. This lead me to pay more attention to the ANC25. It is much smaller and the case is just a pouch. At first, the sound of the ANC25 was not as good especially in the treble. The bass is very good and the noise cancellation also seemed to work as well. My wife listened to both and really preferred the sound of the ANC25. I began looking at how the sound could possibly be improved.. I swapped out the ear pads for another set that resembles the ANC27 ear pads. The sound was much improved but the comfort suffered. I examined the foam pads from the ANC25 and discovered that they are made of thick foam that fill the entire ear pad. I removed the foam piece and cut out a hole in the center the same size as the driver. I put the cover back on and now I had the sound and comfort I desired. I highly recommend these phones with the ear pad modification. For the money the sound, comfort and noise canceling are excellent.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Andrey Chepurnoy on July 2, 2010
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The sound quality of these headphones is not the best, I was expecting more from a brand like Audio Technica. I like the removable cable, which also happens to have a small connector on the end which fits my iPhone 2G.
The noise canceling on these works VERY well. It takes a few seconds to recognize the noise after you turn it on, so it isn't immediately noticeable...but after a few seconds it drowns everything out. The difference is immediately noticeable when you turn the feature off.
The headphones are also very comfortable, I can wear them for hours with minimal discomfort.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By William C. Williams on November 30, 2010
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I spend over two hours a day commuting via bus and railroad from New York City to Long Island. I have been looking for years for headphones that really did block noise, delivered excellent quality sound, and were easy on the ears (often headphones with cups create a sealed pocket around the ear which makes the ear quite sweaty). These plop right on the ears and for some reason don't do that. My one complaint is that the noise reduction switch is quite small and quite sensitive (i.e. movement is a bit less that 1/2 inch from full volume to no volume. It is also quite sensitive to touch--a brush of the arm can change volume considerable. Once you adjust however, well, I'm finally satisfied. Believe me, I have been doing this commute since 1967 and have been looking for just the right headphones ever since. These so far by far are the best.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By nitsudima on November 17, 2011
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I bought these several months ago for <$40. For that price, I'm very pleased with these headphones. For the current price ($79), well, I wouldn't have bought them. I probably would have saved up more to get a pair from Bose or something.

At $40 these perform exactly as I expected. Their noise-cancelling ability is pretty good, and their audio quality is pretty good as well. While they don't drown out all background noise, they make a significant difference in loud places such as airplanes. In the past it's been very difficult for me to hear my iPhone or iPad during a flight using regular headphones or ear buds, but it's not a problem with these noise cancelling headphones. I don't even have to turn the volume up all the way on my device.

There is some noise that seeps through, but these headphones still offer quite an improvement. The difference isn't as great as with much more expensive Bose noise-cancelling headphones, but it's still quite impressive when I switch them on. A side benefit of letting a little sound in is that I can hear announcements from the captain and flight crew.

I have two minor issues. First, when worn for more than an hour or so these become rather uncomfortable. Not painful, and I can keep them on through a full movie and then some, but it does feel good to take them off after a while. Second, they seem to offer little noise reduction for variable sounds. For example, "white" background noise like on an airplane is pretty effectively reduced, but when I tried this when my wife was watching TV, they offered almost no sound deadening. I really couldn't tell the difference when I turned them off and on.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on March 11, 2011
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I bought these headphones for a flight and was very disappointed. My friend has the Bose QC15 so I have the top of the line to compare to.

First of all they are not comfortable. I have a normal sized head and they feel like they're pinching my head really hard. On top of that the headband is not padded so it hurts the top of the head a lot.

This would be ok if they were any good at noise canceling. They're about a quarter of the price of the Bose QC15 and don't even cancel a quarter of the noise that the Bose do. I'm not saying the Bose are worth $300, they're not for a non frequent flier like myself but neither are the Audio Technica's. If I was a frequent traveler, 5-10 times per year, I would invest the $300 in the Bose with no regret, they're really awesome. If you don't fly a lot, just get used to the engine noise.

In terms of audio quality, I'm not really a stickler for it so the Audio Technica's seemed ok to me. If you have the volume low on the Audio Technica's you hear a hissing sound from the noise canceling, which I don't like.

Again, if you care about noise canceling and are a frequent flier, buy the Bose. If you're not, just deal with airplanes.
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