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JVC HANC80 Noise-Cancelling Headphones - Black
- Up to 75% noise reduction (more than 12dB at 300Hz)
- Dual noise cancel mode - "wide" and "low"
- Flat foldable design
- Powerful neodymium 30mm driver unit
- Frequency Response: 10 - 22,000 Hz
- Dual Mode Noise Cancel Headphones (High/Low Range)
- 75% Noise reduction
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With the new JVC HANC80 noise canceling headphone, now you can choose the most effective noise cancel mode for the circumstances. HANC80 offers both "wide" and "low" noise cancellation modes. The "wide" mode targets a wider frequency range than the "low" mode, and cancels the type of noise typically found in a commercial jet cabin. The "low" mode cancels a slightly narrower and lower frequency range, one associated with the noise generated by trains and buses. The HANC80 deliver up to 75% noise reduction, and also comes with fully padded closed earpieces which help to block ambient noise, and the padded soft touch headband ensure that they'll remain comfortable throughout a long listening. It also offers a flat foldable style so that they're easy to carry or pack, and comes with a carrying pouch and a dual-plug adapter.
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Fits and adjusts well
Sound (frequency response) is decent
Folds and stores to acceptable size
Noise cancellation is NOT 75%, but more like 40%
Cable is rigid (does not comfortably go where you want it to get it out of the way)
While they do work somewhat, the infiltrating noise of the plane was enough that I had to turn up my music player (same one I used with the previous pair) a couple more notches to drown it out to the previous level. Thus all in all, I was not satisfied with the amount of noise cancellation, enought to return them. I may try the JVC HANC250 next.
I will post this for all three headsets I tried, and the one I already have.
I tried the JVC HANC80, Igo City and the Panasonic RP HC 200 all about40$ I own an older pair of ABLEPLANETS.
first of all, tough you get what you paid for with all three of them. very little. Look and feel. I really wonder what Panasonic thoughtto throw some of the cheapest feeling headset I everwore on the market. Whimsy wire,cheapest of cheap plastic switches that will not keep up for long. The JVCwas much better in that department, but came with their own set of problems.
The look and feel was good, and the PVC bag JVC threw in is actually decent. BUT this think must be made for kis ears. the dont go overthe ear, they lay ON the ear....weird concept for me. In or over for noice reduction, but over?
The actual winner in the look feel department were the IGO's. Ok the brown color with the golden accents are a bit...weird, but the all over feel was good...the wire tough was absolutely flimsy.....not a good idea.
Well I was not impressed by any of them....but the JVC came in ,on my ears, at the best the highs were pretty good bass was ok, Igo the second tough a bit on the bassier end and Panasonics sounded really a bit weird nothing sounded right. But I am not a audio specialist....far from that.
Noice reduction......oh my....either my Able's are fantastic...or all 3 sets were sub standard. None of them worked well in the noise reduction department. None...the igos had a bit more white sound....but I am not sure i would count that as positive.
I have to admit, I have a huge head, so, maybe this will work out differently for you. The best fit for my water mellon was the igo.
Biggest range, easiest to fit on my noggin.
All in all....safe you money and buy something better..none of them are worth the money.
Ok, they are cheap, but they also dont work the way they should compared to other headsets.
If I was unclear or you have a question please ask. If I can I will answer!
One of the things I use mine for is to walk the dog. Mine work great at blocking car noise for cars driving by and for lawnmowers and other distracting noise, so I decided to give hers a try. The results were marginal. Lawnmower noise was only reduced slightly and wind noise actually increased. However, that was not what she wanted them for so I waited to try them on a flight we recently made to Europe. What a difference, they worked extremely well for airplane engine noise. I still prefer my 250's but she really liked the HANC80 as it was lighter, folded up smaller, and worked well for her needs. The music quality was excellent and they were really useful for watching movies with sound you could both hear and understand. They were just the right thing for her and she even used them while trying to sleep without having them plugged into anything. It was a good purchase and well worth the price. (But, I am not about to trade her for mine!)