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Ausdom ANC7 Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Bluetooth Headphone - Best Bass & Quiet Comfort,Black
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Quiet comfort wireless bluetooth v4.0 noise cancelling Headphones from AUSDOM ANC 7,let you enjoy your favorite music and audiobooks anytime, anywhere. ANC(Automatic Noise Canceller) System, Cancelling background noise effectively, make you enjoy pure and high-quality music.Significant noise reduction for travel, work and anywhere in between. Rechargeable Battery While the built-in 400mAh rechargeable lithium ion battery charges in a rapid 2 hours, it provides for up to 18 hours of continuous music playback or up to 18hours of continuous talk time on a single charge.A additional audio cablecord is also included so you can connect the headphones manually. Comfort & Convenience The supple leather ear cups and headband rest softly for endless hours of fatigue-free listening - making them the perfect as headphones. An inline remote and microphone add convenience: take hands-free calls and resume your music with no obstruct.Safely store your headphones in the slim, ultra-protective carrying case. Distinctive Style & Detail The lightweight Carbon-fibre stylish design, custom fit supra-aural soft earmuffs, and artificial protein leather of earmuffs simulated to human skin texture give you long-term comfort.
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I contacted the company, Honor, on Nov 21, 2016 but have not heard back from them.
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Sound Quality - Good, full sound Active noise cancelling always causes headphones to be a little pitchy when its used, its normal, but these compensate fairly well
Comfort - This is the part that is lacking the most, they don't really cup your ears. The inside is a very hard plastic and hits my ear. If I wear them as a hybrid on/around ear then they are better and more comfortable.
I'm constantly in the search of the best fitting and most comfortable headphones. My search will continue, but this is a good bridge for the time being.
• Audio-Technica ATH-ANC-7b
• Noise Hush / Naztech i9BT
• Ausdom ANC-7
The comments and process I used below may not be applicable to your needs. I would like to share I own several high end noise cancelling aviation headsets. While my interests have changed, I was also at one time a bit of an audiophile. I may not be the perfect evaluator, but I’m at least reasonably qualified.
I needed a pair (wife and I) of headsets that could be used in cars, airplanes, and whilst cutting the grass. I didn’t want to drop the kind of money Bose would have cost (times 2), and so set out to find the best I could in the $100 - 150 price range.
• None of the headsets have adequate passive noise cancelling.
• Bluetooth turns out to be really handy.
Over a few hours of at home testing and roughly 15 hours of commercial flight, I concluded:
Fitment and Adjustability:
• The Audio-Technica simply wasn’t acceptable and also wasn’t Bluetooth. Cut.
• The MonoPrice and Ausdom were deemed acceptable.
• The Naztech won handily, with great fitment, comfort, and adjustability.
Passive Noise cancelling (I feel all are falling short here):
• Monoprice is the quietest, followed by the Naztech, and then the Ausdom, separated roughly equally.
Case, options, and adapters:
• All did well here, with no differences worthy of note.
• Far more important than I’d expected. After all, the airlines don’t use Bluetooth for their built in display’s, and so I’d assume the Monoprice, being quieter, would win-out. I was wrong. Bluetooth means you can use a tablet on a plane wirelessly, and of course this holds true in cars, riding mowers, and simple home use.
• Monoprice doesn’t offer headset with Bluetooth (as of this writing), and so regrettably was eliminated.
Gain, and system controls.
• The Ausdom’s volume control seems weather tight, while the Naztech is most certainly an old style analog potentiometer that feels crude. I suspect it will attract dirt and become “noisy” on adjustment too over time.
• However, the Ausdom lacks volume. I tended to use on the top 3 positions of volume at all times, and there were times I needed more.
Active Noice Canceling
• The Ausdom has some kind of noise artifact that makes it seem louder. I suspect spurious noise in the upper teens of the audible range (what the human ear translates as “spaciousness”). To me it was simply tiring and distracting.
• The Naztech was much quieter, with my wife claiming them as “hers” early on.
• Varies quite a bit over time so I won’t list them all, but the Naztech was cheapest at only $79, while the Ausdom was $129
I’d read a lot of good reviews of the Monoprice and had expected it to win. Nope. I ordered a second Naztech before the trip was over and have sent the other 3 back. Why?
• As it turned out, the Medusa’s nest of wiring hassles are more trouble then I’d expected. Bluetooth became a must have for me.
• While I like the Ausdom’s volume control better, it lacked gain, had the least passive noise cancelling and the most noise artifacts in the active cancelling. And was the most expensive.
• Did I mention the Naztech was only $79? I don’t know why it was so cheap, but you’ll notice I bought another pair right away.
What does the Naztech, my winner, need to do better?
• If they can seal up the volume control that would be a big win.
• The passive noise cancelling needs to be better. A slightly larger cavity/earpiece would allow for some sound deadening material (silent sport or etc) to be placed inside.
• I’m not sure the headset “swivel” on each ear peace is rugged enough for the way some will treat them, although I doubt I ever have an issue.
• Personally, I wish it had a user replaceable battery in it. 2x aaa would be a good idea.
• Bluetooth sharing as implemented in the Skygenius using their “Shareme” function would be brilliant. Too bad I can’t buy those in the US.