Logitech Noise-Canceling Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Logitech Inc 980409-0403 Noise Canceling Headphones
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From the Manufacturer
|Listen in luxury. |
Over-the-ear cushions help seal out ambient noise, enhancing your overall comfort.
|Perfect fit. |
The padded headband provides a adjustable fit.
|Take them with you. |
Fold them flat and pop them into the included carrying case.
- For use with MP3 digital audio players, CD players and other music devices with a standard 3.5mm stereo audio output
- For use on major airlines (with included airplane adapter)
Top Customer Reviews
The noise cancelling feature is amazing. At work there is a large air conditioner on the ceiling above me at work that emits a constant hum. If I put the headphones on with noise cancellation, this is all peacefully drowned out. If I was using other headphones, I would need to turn up the value to cancel it out, leaving me with a headache. I'm sure the noise cancelling will come in to play even more when I use them on an airplane.
For comfort these are also very nice. Super soft ear pads and very lightweight, probably some of the most comfortable headphones I have ever worn.
Price compared to other headphones is high, but compared to other noise cancelling headphones, is a very good price.
They come with a bigger square carrying case that holds the headphones, airline adapter, ipod, and a battery (in case yours goes dead).
When these headphones work, they produce good but slightly muddy sound with the noise cancelling feature enabled. When this feature is disabled, they let a surprising amount of sound through. I've found that the noise canceling works very well on buses and airplanes, and it even drowns out a nearby air conditioning vent very well at work. However, I would not recommend these headphones because of their low build quality and tedious support procedure.
I was looking for an inexpensive set of noise cancelling headphones because I do gardening, trim the bushes with a gas operated trimmer, have an elaborate woodworking shop, and the planer is desctructively noisy, and I wanted something that would quiet that down, and be able to plug my iPod into.
Of course I was looking at the Bose Quiet Comforts, but at 3 or 350, they were outside of what I wanted to spend to get dusty in the shop, and sweaty working outside. So for the price I popped for the Logitechs. Boy am I glad I did. I wasn't expecting much, since some of the reviewers were less than pleased with the sound. That is the advantage of people creating low expectations, then when you put them on, turn on the noise cancelling, which boosts the sound, and don't expect much, then hear a symphony of sound, with sub-woofer like lows, great mids, and superb highs, you freak.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wish I could find these again. I took them on several long international trips. The sound quality was amazing and the noise canceling very effective. Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by G. Johnson
We purchased one pair, and were so impressed that we sent for another pair. Bothe pair broke just above the ear pad. One on our second trip, the other on our third trip. Read morePublished on August 28, 2013 by Stan Peterson
The sound reproduction was very good and the noise cancelling feature worked beautifully. Unfortunately, as other customers have reported, after a year or so both sides broke at... Read morePublished on February 11, 2013 by Tom Tinker
These noise-canceling headphones do everything they claim to do AND are super-comfortable. What more can you ask for? The sound is AMAZING! Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by just_do_it_28
These headphones did a good job of noise-canceling for the relatively cheap price. While they were pretty bulky, this actually helped to cancel the noise. Read morePublished on August 19, 2012 by T Jordan Tarrier
For the money, I am very pleased with these headphones. They do a great job of cutting out exterior sound and the sound was very good as well. Read morePublished on May 6, 2011 by Chipster
In the store i was able to compare a Bose noise canceling vs the logitech (which was at the time a newly released headphone) and were a little more expensive at $130 than the Bose... Read morePublished on January 10, 2011 by peter moore
Great noise cancelation, works perfect for airplane noise or any tipe of machine noises. Unfortunately thy're really breakable. Read morePublished on June 12, 2010 by teethmaster
I bought these headphones for $60 , i thought the deal wasnt that good but i wanted good quality headphones, they sound good not great though, and the worst thing is that they... Read morePublished on March 20, 2010 by Brian Sierra