Philips HN 110 Folding Noise-Canceling Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Noise canceling feature reduces background nose in any environment; ideal for airplane, train and bus use
- Closed-style, dynamic headphone with 40mm driver, neodymium magnet, and CCAW voice coils
- Foldable headband allows phones to fold down to a small size for convenient storage when not in use
- Includes 1/4-inch adapter, in-flight adapter, battery for active electronics, carrying pouch
- Frequency response: 20Hz–20kHz; noise attenuation: 50-1,500Hz, >10dB at 300Hz
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Take the foldable HN110 headphone with you on your travels and enjoy great music everywhere – even in noisy environments like buses, trains and airplanes. It's a full-size headphone that covers your whole ear, yet it folds up for compact storage in the soft pouch supplied. The active noise canceling technology is easy adjusted using the controls that are conveniently integrated into the headphone shells.
Take the foldable HN110 headphone with you on your travels and enjoy great music everywhere--even in noisy environments like buses, trains and airplanes. It's a full-size headphone that covers your whole ear, yet it folds up for compact storage in the soft pouch supplied. The active noise canceling technology is easy adjusted using the controls that are conveniently integrated into the headphone shells.
Optimal in Noisy Listening Environments
Active Noise Reduction
This smart noise reduction technology enhances the pleasure of listening to lower volume levels in noisy environments. It's particularly good at removing low-frequencies like jet engine noise, so you can enjoy soft music on flights, and in trains and similar places without hearing a distracting buzz in the background. The technology creates an equal but opposite waveform to the noise that that by a process of subtraction, effectively cancels out the unwanted noise.
Use your own headphones to listen to in-flight entertainment. The adaptor simply converts the standard double-mono jacks to a stereo headphone jack.
All the active electronics are integrated into the headphone so there is no extra box to carry around.
Neodynium is the best material for producing a strong magnetic field for greater sensitivity in a voice coil, better bass response and higher overall sound quality.
Optimum Sound Quality
Acoustically-tuned design and high-quality drivers ensure best-in-class audio performance.
Made to Fit You and Your Lifestyle
Comfortable Ear Cushions
The shape and materials used for the ear cushions ensure a perfect fit for maximum comfort, and as an added bonus, prevent audio leakage and enhance bass performance.
The HN110 earshells cover your whole ear for better sound quality, which also provides space for a larger, higher performance driver.
Use the phones straight away, with no need to buy batteries. Just drop the batteries in and go!
Use headphones on equipment with either 3.5mm or 1/4-inch jacks, giving you a wider choice of audio devices.
Look after your headphone and stop the cable getting tangled by storing it in this handy soft pouch.
The headphone can fold down to a small size for convenient storage when not in use.
|Active noise attenuation:||50-1,500Hz, >10dB at 300Hz|
|Noise canceling effect:||~10 dB at 300 Hz|
|Frequency response:||20 - 20 000 Hz|
|Impedance:||25 Ohm (ON), 47 Ohm (OFF)|
|Maximum power input:||500 mW|
|Speaker diameter:||40 mm|
|Cable length:||1.5 m|
What's in the Box
Philips HN110 Headphones, 1/4-Inch Adapter, In-Flight Adapter, Carrying Pouch, Battery
Top Customer Reviews
The very simplified explanation for how most of the higher end noise-canceling headphones work is when turning them on they produce a frequency wave that destructively interferes with the noise waves you hear around you. However, that's not—as far as I can tell—what the seller is talking about when they describe these as noise-canceling. In this case, I think most of the noise-canceling ability comes from the fact the ear parts are like little soft cups that surround each ear with a gentle "seal" which helps further block out noise.
While I do think the noise-canceling ability of these is better than most similarly priced headphones, just know these aren't the noise canceling headphones that interfere with sound waves and work like earplugs in the sense you can use them to block sound without playing music. Just putting these on without playing music will do very little. However, if you're looking for decent headphones with good sound quality that help reduce ambient noise so you can better hear your music, these will do the job.
- Cancels out lots of the ambient noise while traveling, including children, jet engines, wind, light conversation, and more
- Battery life is stellar
- Folds up to take up less space in a carryon bag. I have them in my computer bag all the time.
- Comes with a convenient bag to store them with accessories when traveling
- Sometimes the switch gets flipped in the bag, so I board a flight with batteryless headphones.
- No battery meter to see the current charge. This is most frustrating when departing on a 20 hour flight. A rechargable battery version for more money would be awesome.
These are great headphones for the frequent flier. They'll help you listen to the music or movie you want instead of the sounds of the plane. Far more comfortable than any ipod earbuds, to boot. For the price of under $40, they perform far better than any other noise cancelling headphones I've used except the Bose - which are $300. Get these instead.
The noise-cancelling is great, too. You don't need to use it, but you can definitely tell a difference when you turn on. The only thing I dislike is more of a personal problem; I forget to turn the noise-cancelling off sometimes and that can drain the batteries pretty fast. Another thing to note is that when the batteries are low, you can easily tell because of the scratchy sound quality when noise-cancelling is on. When it's off, you won't notice/it doesn't matter, but it's impossible to listen to anything properly with noise-cancelling on and low batteries. The green light will start to dim too, so you'll definitely know when you need new batteries.
Now I LOVE these headphones, I really do, but I was looking at possibly getting another pair, so came back to where I bought them, and lo and behold some goon is trying to sell them for $200 new.
When I bought these in 10/11, I paid a grand total of $30.50(plus free super saver shipping). THESE ARE NOT WORTH ANYWHERE CLOSE TO THE AMOUNT THESE CURRENT SELLERS ARE ASKING. I am positive you can find these for a good deal(or a similar model) somewhere, but apparently that's not here anymore. That's really disappointing to me.
Anyways, great headset, definitely worth what they are -actually- worth, and moreso(I'd be willing to pay $60, personally), but please don't fall for these scammers trying to sell you a headset for 7x the regular price.
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