Maxell NC-IV Superior Noise Cancellation Headphones
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- Dhp Digital Headphone Technology
- Superior Noise-Cancellation With Enhanced Sound Quality
- Over 50 Hours Battery Power
- Swivel and Fold Flat Earcups
- Noise cancelling headphones help reduce ambient noise and the stress levels caused by noise
- Over 50 hours of use with 2 AAA batteries (not included)
- Superior noise cancellation and enhanced sound quality
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I'm thinking most of these people aren't putting batteries in when they go to use the Noise Cancellation. In fact, the battery compartment is SO WELL HIDDEN that you pretty much have to use the directions. But if you're like me and you toss the directions in the trash the minute you get them -- well then you'll have to look online to see how to open them.
Hint for those of you that like these headphones and want to actually GIVE THEM A TRY with batteries here's how to open the battery compartment:
Put both thumbs in the indentations on the LEFT headphone cup and pull down hard or get a screw driver and shimmy the compartment open. The silver "Maxell" oval (along with the lower third of the headphone cup cover) will come off, revealing where to put the two AAA batteries.
As for the sound itself, the phones sound pretty good and are comfy. Not really any complaints there, but I haven't ever used super high end phones and these are a step above anything else I've had. I primarily got them to use at work to block out other background sounds. With that said, I cannot seem to figure out how to get the battery cover off. The instructions show it just sliding straight down but there is nothing for your fingers to grip and they slight right off. I even resorted to duct taping it to give me something to grip/pull on (note: this was AFTER the headphones broke, NOT the cause of them breaking as I will describe below). I am half tempted to just break the battery cover so I can actually use the sound reducing feature. I am rather annoyed it is this difficult to just put in batteries. Also, I doesn't come with them just fyi.
Lastly, after seeing other reviews and my personal experience, the design/plastic on the headband is a total piece of crap. Mine broke on the left side after about two months. I had only transported it once since the trip home from the store and never dropped it or otherwise put unreasonable forces on it. It just snapped off when I put it on my head (lol and I'm pretty sure I have an average sized head). It wasn't even on a moving part. This kind of quality is appalling.Read more ›
Sorry to hear that you accidentally broke the headphones. We have sold many of these and have never had a problem with any of them. Due to the return policy we are not responsible for brand new sealed items that get broken after use. I would suggest contacting Maxell directly to resolve the design flaw that you mentioned.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter and I hope the problem is resolved for you soon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I purchased at least 5 pairs, two for me and three as Christmas gift. feels really comfortable and I put on at work with no music just to keep my ears warm. I love these things.Published 3 months ago by Yvette Johnson
Had to return; did not cancel as I had hoped and the sound from the headphone materials / fit, interfered with the listening.Published 13 months ago by Sharon K Parker
Great product! Received on time. Very satisfied with the services and I recommend to a friend!Published 19 months ago by AK
They arrived in time than expected and well packed, apparently when folded for storage has a plastic pin system very delicate and constant use were cracking and eventually broke,... Read morePublished on April 25, 2013 by gustavo
The left side of the arm just above the ear cup snapped. I was not doing anything excessive with it; in fact, I'm very careful with the headphones as I wanted them to last. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by Amazon reader
I am in Afghanistan and purchased a less expensive set of Maxell headsets from Wal-MART. The sound was great and they were comfortable. They developed a problem in one ear. Read morePublished on December 8, 2012 by AFGHAN DON
I have three sets which are broken and not usable. I switched to BozeMaxell NC-IV Superior Noise Cancellation HeadphonesPublished on August 8, 2012 by ridgerunner
Used my headset for the first time on trip to California. When I turned it on I realized there was absolutely no sound coming out of the right ear. Read morePublished on July 27, 2012 by JD