The 5 Best Noise Reducing Headphones

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Music is something we all love to listen but because of some bad or low-quality headphones, we don’t get that exciting experience which we expect usually.

Well, this is the time when Noise-Cancelling Headphones come into existence.

As the name suggest, these headphones are designed to reduce the external sound (noise) and hence it enhances the music listening experience.

Now, the term noise cancellation can be looked by two ways: Active and Passive.

Passive simply means, reducing the external sound by ‘closing your ear more tightly’ with the help of some foamy material, which comes built in with headphones.

Now, the Active Noise Cancellation involves little tricky method. It includes a microphone, which is usually planted in the ear wells of headphones which aim to analyze the outside sound (noise) level and then reflects sound waves back into your ear, that eventually reduces the outside noise.

Well, the aim of both technique is same, to provide you a crystal clear sound.

Now that you know what methods are used in order to cancel noise, you can choose a correct set for you.

Here we have brought five best noise reducing headphones, available in the market:

#1 Philips Fidelio NC1

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In the market of Bose, Samsung, and Sony, this Philips product is making new waves by providing an amazing noise-canceling feature.

This headphone would be best for those who are looking for a premium quality sound and that too without spending huge sum.

Philips Fidelio NC1 comes with a button to activate the noise-canceling feature, which when turned on, can go up to 30 hours after a full charge.

Built quality is good and its compact design impresses a lot.

 

#2 Bose QuietComfort 35

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Bose is a well-reputed brand when it comes to ‘sound quality’ and the noise-canceling feature in Bose QuiteComfort 35, makes it more special.

This headphone is wireless but if you have a phone which doesn’t have Bluetooth, then even you can use this with the help of a 3.5mm jack, which comes with the box.

Bose QuiteComfort 35 claims to stand for more than 20 hours of continuous use, which I guess is enough for anyone.

Overall, the design  is quite compact, flexible and handy with crystal clear sound.

 

#3 Sony MDR-1000X

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As per as Sony, MDR-1000X is the most advanced headphone in the bucket.

The company claims that it has developed new earpads for the headphone to give a very comfort feel at the user end.

Another great feature embedded touch controls on the outer side of the headphone which allows you to swipe to change the song.

Experts believe that MDR-1000X is better than Bose in every term except the noise-canceling capability, where Bose QC 35 jumps out like a boss.

 

#4 Sennheiser Momentum Wireless

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The designers of the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless have come up with new earpad, which according to them is softer and comfortable.

Sennheiser has also tried to make it little more compact and premium looking device.

There is no button to switch on or off the Noise-Canceling feature but even though the battery life shows no any ‘huge’ change by maintaining the running time up to 22 hours.

Overall, premium look and premium sound.

 

#5 Plantronics BackBeat Pro

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With fantastic 24 hours of battery life, this headphone stands completely different from the crowd.

Plantronics has added a lot of paddings around the headband as well as the ear cups, so the user would get a high-end comfort feeling.

Overall, a combination of powerful battery, clear sound and premium look and that too in very minimal price.