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Audio Technica ATH-ANC7B SVIS Noise-Cancelling Headphones

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  • ATH-ANC7b-SViS QuietPoint noise-cancelling headphones feature ANC circuitry that effectively reduces environmental noise by 90%
  • Lightweight, compact, fold-flat design is ideal for travel
  • Ideal for use with smartphone and tablets, portable music and DVD players, laptop computers, in-flight entertainment systems and other devices
  • Inline control/mic works with most smartphones, allows you to play & pause music, answer & end calls, and go to the next or previous track
  • Closed-back headphones feature large-aperture 40 mm drivers with neodymium magnet systems for impactful bass, extended treble and higher fidelity
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Special Features Noise-Cancellation The ATH-ANC70 QuietPoint® headphones feature large-aperture 40 mm drivers with a rare earth magnet system and high sensitivity to provide generous volume levels from any music source. The headphones also work when the noise-cancelling function is turned off, and operate in passive mode without batteries. Noise-cancelling electronics are fully integrated in each earpiece, with no need for external modules. Noise-Cancellation Noise-Cancellation
Fit On-Ear Over-Ear Over-Ear Over-Ear
Dimensions 8 inches x 11 inches x 3 inches 8.27 inches x 7.48 inches x 2.36 inches 7.5 inches x 1.75 inches x 6 inches 8.47 inches x 10.23 inches x 2.95 inches
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Style: With MIC and REMOTE | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Noise-Cancellation

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Style: With MIC and REMOTE | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
User Manual [2.31mb PDF]| User Manual [2.31mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 3 x 8 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00FYWCL2E
  • Item model number: AUD ATHANC7BSVIS
  • Batteries 1 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,497 customer reviews)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 17, 2013

Product Description

Style: With MIC and REMOTE | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging

Arrive refreshed after a long flight, avoid distractions in a noisy office, or find peace & quiet in your living room with the ATH-ANC7b-SViS Quiet Point Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones. These lightweight, compact headphones effectively reduce distracting background noise by 90% while offering the superior audio quality that has made Audio-Technical a worldwide leader in electro-acoustic technology.

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Customer Reviews

A little tight on my head even after fully extended and ears hurt after longer period of wear.
Marvinabauer
If you are in a library or someplace really quiet and are listening to music at a moderate volume people will be able to hear your music.
sportsboy3
I would highly recommend this product to anyone looking for a pair of noise-canceling headphones.
Marissa

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3,597 of 3,626 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Brooks on December 11, 2009
Style Name: Headphones onlyProduct Packaging: Standard Packaging
Bose QC15 vs. Sennheiser PXC 450 vs. Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b

Disclosure: I have tried all these on an airplane. I am not an audiophile. Noise Cancelation is the most important attribute to me.

The Carrying Case: All three are quite durable and stiff.
1.) Bose- the smallest, a low profile, room for an Ipod, accessories too.
2.) Sennheiser- Square shape, low profile, however not a lot of room for anything else in case.
3.) Audio Technica- Nice big case if you want to carry extra stuff (Nintendo DS, ipod, etc).

Build Quality:
1.) Sennheiser- you can tell this is built VERY well. Strong plastics, good components, thick cord. Top notch. You feel like you are getting something really high quality.
2.) Audio Technica- Nice solid construction, appears durable.
3.) Bose- If this had a Sanyo logo on the side, I would not have flinched. How can something $300 be so incredibly cheaply made.

Size:
1.) Bose- as far as over the ears go, these are pretty small.
2.) Audio-Technica- mid-sized.
3.) Sennheiser- These are big. No question, but they store flat.

Comfort:
1.) Sennheiser- Very comfortable, will fit almost any size ears. Keep on for hours.
2.) Bose- Also comfortable. I did not experience "highs" discomfort.
3.) Audio-Technica- Perfectly satisfactory. Larger opening than previous AT model.

Sound:
1.) Sennheiser- I actually wore these at home too, simply to hear parts of songs I had never heard before. Astounding. My 10yr old music collection sounded totally NEW.
2.) Audio-Technica- Well balanced, good sound.
3.) Bose- Great sound, but very heavy on the bass. I listen to a lot of rap and pop, so it was mildly annoying.
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695 of 705 people found the following review helpful By Brett W. Horn on March 2, 2010
Style Name: Headphones onlyProduct Packaging: Standard Packaging
I have owned these headphones for a couple of years now. I have used them on a multitude of flights. I also recently purchased a new set of Bose QC15s because my ATs were inadvertently thrown into the washing machine when they made their way into a pile of laundry. I am now able to provide a comparison between the two products. They both have their positives and negatives. The following lists are arranged in order of my preference with a score out of 10 in parentheses.

Appearance:
1)Bose (8/10)
2)Audio Technica (6/10)
The Bose are definitely cleaner and sleaker in appearance. The AT's are simply too bulky for my taste. I feel like I have a set of soup cans on my ears when wearing them.

Materials:
1)Audio Technica (8/10)
2)Bose (5/10)
The AT's definitely have a shell that is sturdier and more resistant to abuse. The Bose feel cheap considering the high cost.

Comfort:
1)Bose (9/10)
2)Audio Technica (7/10)
The AT's are definitely amenable to long use. However, the leather and cushioning on the Bose are superior.

Case:
Tie
Not much to say here. I could nitpick the volume of each. However, they both do their jobs quite well.

Sound Quality:
1)Audio Technica (8/10)
2)Bose (5/10)
Once again, all personal taste. The Bose definitely emphasize the low end. On the other hand, the AT's have a better balanced sound that isn't as fatiguing on the ears. I wonder how anyone could think the Bose sound better because to my ears it really isn't that close.

Noise-Cancellation:
1)Bose (9/10)
2)Audio Technica (7/10)
Bose wins this category fairly easily. They simply cancel more ambient noise.
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440 of 464 people found the following review helpful By A Texan on August 16, 2009
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I've been toying with the idea of getting a set of active noise canceling headphones for a while. Both my wife and I are having to fly more for our jobs, so I can certainly justify this expense. While I hadn't directly tested anything else, I've read reviews both at Amazon and other places for a number of different headphones. The predecessor to these, Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7 QuietPoint Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones generally scored well in the reviews, and seemed favored even over the venerable BOSE Quiet Comfort models, the several low rated reviews about sound leakage gave me pause.

Seeing these supposedly new and improved versions recently come to market, I decided to take a chance with the hope that this one negative would be fixed for what is otherwise an excellent product.

I've not been exposed to the original to know first hand how bad the "sound leakage" issue is, but it is something I wanted to test for. I can say that, when I have my Ipod cranked up full (almost at a painful level) and the ANC turned on, it is pretty easy for someone outside to hear what is playing, particularly when there's not a lot of noise in the area. However, in a more "real world" test, I had my wife listening with them while we took a trip with the kids in our minivan. While not up to aircraft levels, the van can generate a decent amount of noise, especially at speed and on noisy asphalt. In this case, I had her turn it up as loud as she could comfortably do. I managed to barely be able to hear something from the headphones, but not even to the point that I could tell what she was listening to.
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