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OVC Active Noise Canceling Earbuds Earphone Wired Headphone - 60 Hours ANC Playtime, Dual Driver, Bass Enhancement, Volume Control with Microphone, 3.5mm Plug for Android
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- 【30dB ACTIVE NOISE CANCELLING】 Significant noise reduction of low-frequency noises, such as roar of metro, bus, airplane and hum of engines. High-frequency sounds such as car whistle and human voice will be partially retained to ensure your traffic safety.
- 【60 HOURS WORKING TIME】 Enhanced rechargeable battery performance. Up to 60 hours constant noise cancelling and music enjoyment after 2 hours micro-usb charging, 4 times longer than similar ANC wired earbuds.
- 【IN-LINE CONTROL W/MIC & BASS ENHANCEMENT】 Provide bulid-in microphone and volume control for hands-free calls(for most Android except Google Pixel). Unique bass enhancement function is available when noise cancelling turned OFF.
- 【PATENTED DUAL DRIVER ACTIVE DESIGN】 For Lower Ear Pressure Purpose OVC earphone applied 2 dynamic drivers for music play(6mm) , and 13.6mm dynamic drivers for active noise cancelling. when ANC off all 4 drivers can be used for music provide extra Bass.
- 【ULTRA COMFORT & STABLE】 Perfect ergonomic design provides more comfort and stability for your ears. Additional pairs of ear-buds come to suit your ears. OVC headphones are backed with 18-month warranty to 100% satisfy you. Any issue, please contact us.
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Advanced Active Noise Cancelling and Dual Driver Technology
Advanced active noise cancelling technology reduces ambient noise up to 30 db on average, performing even better in the range of 200Hz-8000Hz.
Noise Cancelling Speaker and Music Play Speaker separating design for less ear pressure effect.
60 Hours Active Noise Cancelling Worktime
OVC H15 enhanced rechargeable battery performance. One full charge, for more than 60h constant noise cancelling music enjoyment, 3 or 4 times longer than similar ANC headphones in the market. No worry about low power when you are outside.
Bass Enhancement and Convenient Control
Unique Bass Enhanced Button meets different listening needs of Music Enthusiasts. Different sound effect for different types of music.
All functions are right at your fingertips. You can easily change volume, skip tracks, take calls and initiate voice controls.
In Ear Comfortable and Durable
Ear tips with in-ear lock design leave you no worries about earbuds sliding down.
Full fabric design cord makes it lighter and more durable than most ANC headphones in the market. No discomfort after long time wearing.
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Something to know about noise cancelling - NC technology uses sound waves to cancel outside noise. This can mess with your ears a little; some people feel dizzy or nauseous, especially after using them for a while. This is my first pair, and so far I've been ok, but it's definitely a weird feeling that takes some getting used to.
All of that said, the noise cancelling is really impressive. I use these at the office, and they really do cut out most of the noise. A lot of the time I just use them regularly, and the sound is pretty solid (better without NC, actually, but that's true for all of them). The bass boost doesn't do much, but that's not why I got them, so I'm ok with that. They also feel like they'll hold up well. The parts are sturdy, and I really like the braided cord; I know it's more aesthetics than anything, but somehow it feels better.
Are they Bose? Certainly not, but I'm very happy with my purchase so far. If they fall apart I'll let you know.
The headphones have a great sound and it has the ability to handle loud volume while still sounding good.The cable on these headphones is fairly long. I was able to put them in my ears and have my phone in my pocket while using the OVC H15’s and still have plenty of cable available. Which is really nice, especially if maybe you are sitting far away from the headphone jack. Now there is a “box” towards the end of the headphones. This is where the active noise canceling is handled. Simply press that button, and you’ll start up the active noise canceling, which it does a great job with. It works really well on a plane as well, for those times when you want to watch a movie on a flight, and perhaps want to forget that you are on a flight, the H15’s will be able to keep the noise of the plane out of your ears. Now the H15’s work well with drowning out sound without turning on ANC as well, and that's because it does fill your entire ear. And on the side, you’ll find a micro USB port for charging the headphones. It takes me about an hour to charge it fully.
Overall, I would highly recommend these headphones to anyone who likes to listen to music, especially if you run and listen to music as these stay in your ear well.
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I keep looking for earbuds with good sound and ANC, and got again the OVC H15, and this time I took them on a flight (2hs on a regional jet that are normally nosier). The earbuds with the Bass enhancer at 3/4 of volume were enough to kill most of the low frequency noise of the cabin (people, babies, etc are not affected but no ANC kills those either). Then I turn the ANC and while the sound degraded the low frequency went away. Finally I removed the music and with ANC the cabin noise was ok.
Also I tried them in an office in a manufacturing building with industrial noises and it did a good job with the low frequencies (rumbles of A/C)
Finally two important points, I used the earbuds in my home in a normal environment and the sound of the headphones with the extra bass is incredible, the best of all I tested. and the quality of the headphone with braided cables, clear buds and packaging is excellent
Because of all of that, I updated my review to 4 Stars,
My recommendation to OVC will be to charge $5 more and provide a case for these earbuds (I bought a small plastic case in the supermarket for $3, but it is not "cool")
Fantastic sound with the Bass enhancer, without it, the sound is poor. ANC is decent, however when the ANC is engaged the Bass enhancer does not work, so you ended with ANC and lousy sound or excellent sound and not ANC.
Both things at the same time do not work, regrettably I returned them.
If they solve that, they have a real winner, nice looking earbuds, great braided cables, nice ANC box.... I hope they can improve it.
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I have had several pairs of noise cancelling headphone in the past. First was a set of Sony MDR NC5 (2005, cost £80 - very good. Lent to someone who lost them). A set of Phillips SNH9500 in 2006, cost £130, over-the-ear, NC - good, but died after about a year of light use. A cheap set from Maplin in 2008 - only £35, but a waste of time. A set of Sennheiser PXC310BT in 2012 - on-ear, wireless, NC. Excellent, as they should be a cost of £190. Unfortunately I lost them a couple of years later. So overall, not a happy tale. The nearest equivalent to the lost Sennheisers seems to be the very covetable MM-450X - on-ear, NC, wireless and wired, but they cost about £250 which is pretty expensive, especially considering that their life is potentially quite short due to accidental loss or limited durability. I also have some non-NC headphones, eg Sennheiser PX-100 II and PX-200 II for home use. I am not an audiophile and listen to music only for a total of about 30 mins per week, so I am definitely not a audiophile.
So a few months ago I decided to dip a toe back into the NC headphone market. My requirements were light weight, compact, reasonably robust, reasonably effective NC capability, at a moderate price - up to say £100. Purposes: occasional use, say once per week, listening to podcasts on the noisy London underground, and occasional use, a few times per year, listening to movies on long-haul flights. Both generally quite challenging environments. My ideal is really wireless, on-ear, and NC, but that was outside my price range. So after looking around on Amazon I purchased the OVC H15 in-ear NC phones in Oct.2017, cost £45. Unit has quite a good quality feel, and is supplied with a comprehensive set of accessories/spares.
Due to limited recent travel on the underground, I have used these phones only once in that environment. The result was fair, with background noise levels being reduced from what I would call 'unacceptable for listening purposes' to what I would describe as 'OK'. I have also used them on two long-haul flights, each about 12 hours. The aircraft was the A380, which, along with the A350 and B787 is probably the quietest commercial aircraft in operation, so less challenging than most. I could not objectively measure the actual level of noise reduction, but it was significant. As an indication, listening to the movie was changed from 'a struggle at the margins of acceptability' to a fair, possibly even reasonably good, experience. So although not in the same class as a high-end set of 'phones costing 4 or 5 times as much, the NC was definitely worthwhile, and for me the purchase cost was justified in just a single long haul journey. The overall comfort level was good enough and although wired certainly does not provide the freedom of wired, the cables gave an average experience in that regard.
In a non-noisy environment, engaging the bass button makes a very big difference to sound quality, but in a noisy environment the difference is much harder to detect, and I found the audio quality very similar.
The significant design flaw relates the on/off button on the small NC box nearest to the input source. The button needs only a light touch, and although there is a faintly audible click and a pair of small green indicators are illuminated, unless you are using a hard case (as opposed to the small drawstring bag provided) there is nothing to prevent the unit from being accidentally switched on while inside the case, and all of the power being drained from the unit. Which leaves it useless when actually needed, unless there is immediate access to a portable battery or power source such as a USB socket on a plane. What's annoying is that the bass on/off switch, which is much less critical, is actually a slider, which is what the NC on/off should really be.
For me, the OVC is a convenient-in-some-circumstance device but not really a pleasure to use. If I needed to use NC headphones more often I would actively consider stretching out for a high-end unit on-ear NC unit - probably the MM-450X rather than Bose, due to the latter's reported fragility.
So overall I would give this OVC H15 set a rating of 3 stars, which may even be a touch generous. 1 star lost because the NC capability is the region of fair/acceptable at this price point, and 1 star lost because of the on/off button design flaw.
* Battery life is phenomenal, 60ish hours is advertised and whilst I didn't endurance test that, I think they could do it.
* Noise cancellation was adequate, not Bose quality but ok for toning down the outside world a little. Don't expect silence.
* In ear moulds fit well.
The noise cancellation was good at low frequency but not great, sat in my 2001 truck with a noisy engine switching these on made the engine noise disappear completely, but could still just about hear what my passenger was saying. Same with sitting next to a server and a 3D printer, both low rumbling noises went away. Louder/higher pitch/non constant noises however are not really muted at all.
* No hard case.
* Headphone lead is a poorly braided cable, which ultimately was defective and caused the lead to pop through the braid twisting the cable.
* Noise cancelling button is too easy to press during operation, and during storage which can drain the battery at worse, or leave you switching off noise cancelling inadvertently.
I returned these due to the faulty cable, at £45 I was not expecting a fantastic pair of noise cancelling headphones, but I did expect at least a durable pair of regular headphones - these just didn't cut it.
The item came packaged in a stylish box, the headphones being located just underneath the lid of the box. In the pouch (located underneath the plastic compartment) you will find a charging cable, manuals, magnetic cable tie, spare rubber earbuds and an audio splitter.
The headphones are very comfortable to wear despite the weird shape of the earbuds, offering a good fit for noise cancellation. You don’t even have to plug in the headphones in a device because as soon as you press the power button, you will see the instant effect. Just by pressing the noise cancelling button you will not be able to hear the person speaking next to you. When plugged in a device and listening to music, you will not hear anything happening next to you.
I really like the bass enhancer button that you find on the side of the remote. When activated, the bass is at least 30% more powerful than before.
The remote itself it’s very easy to use and works flawlessly with any Android device.
The headphones are sturdy, and good quality materials have been used to manufacture this product.
I wish they would offer more spare earbuds. I can imagine this product not being available in the next 3-4 years and if I ever need any earbuds, their irregular shape will make finding replacements an impossible task.
These headphones are incredibly good if you want to immerse yourself into a different world while listening to your favourite music. They are really good for long travels, city commute or regular daily use. Due to their powerful noise cancellation features I would highly recommend extra precaution when walking on street/ crossing roads.
I’ve never tried noise cancelling headphones before, so I don’t have a bench mark. I tried them with the washing machine on the spin cycle and it did cancel out the majority of the rumbling, but I can still hear the washing machine quite clearly. I can also hear rustling when picking up paper etc. This is good in the sense that I was worried that by cancelling out all sound I’d not be aware of my surroundings - not great for train announcements. However, they also won’t serve the purpose of cancelling out people talking at work - the reason I bought them. However, not having used noise cancelling before I’m not sure if they’re good compared to others or not.
1. Earphones. 2. Charging cable
3. Small pouch 4. Simple instructions
5. Extra covers both white and black 6. Magnetic tie 7. An adapter with 2 pins for airplanes etc.
So loads of extra bits, I tried the earphones, and to be honest they fitted nicely in the ear and with the extra support they did not move, I went to my gym and did a bit of exercising and again they stayed in the ear no issues which is great. The actual earphones sounded really nice and crisp and very loud, on the earphones cable there is a remote with bass boost if you want that extra bass, you can play, pause and put the volume up and down and it worked really well on my iPhone and iPad.Not to mention you can answer any calls also at anytime,which is great feature too.
There is also a noise reduction button you can't miss it as it is a small unit you press and it will appear green with two led lights. That is a great feature to have.
The other really nice thing i liked was the actual cable on the earphone it is not your standard plastic or coated even the ones you get on high end earphone or headsets. This feels like a nylon braided/rope it looks and feels really nice.Overall well designed and built. I would certainly recommended this item
The only issues are the volume buttons sometimes don't do the correct thing - sometimes they stop the music, etc. Also, the sound quality is not that good. If you need good sound, these aren't for you. For me, it doesn't matter too much.
Good built with fabric wrapped cable feels premium quality.
Used on train and it make a total difference. The noise dims dramatically. Now don't have to turn the volume to max as before.
The battery is amazing. My first charge last 92 hours. Though after the flashing low battery warning, it last just two hours. It will be nicer if it can last longer after flashing warning, so I can charge it after flashing.
Very pleased with these on first try.
Minor gripes, cable from the control unit to the 3.5mm plug is only 3 inches long, the ON/OFF switch is easily pressed during storage, my ears got a bit sore after 5 hours of continuous use - maybe I should try smaller buds (supplied).
Keep an eye open for your inflight meal, as you won't hear the stewardess!
I had earlier delivery issues with two other headphone orders so I had this delivered to a local post office and I'm now getting on well with the lovely local post mistress - a delivery method recommended for anyone who's lost items in the Amazon delivery chain.
Headphones are pretty good for the price, but if they can't even make it past the 12 months then whats the point.
These Headphones, like all electric products in the UK, are legally subject to a 12-month warranty, but of course, Amazon fails to give me an option to return the headphones after 30 days.
If anyone knows who I should contact about this, would be much appreciated.