Noise Cancelling and Bluetooth Headphones Reviewed by the Headphone Hub
Top rated in-ear, on-ear and around-the-ear headsets reviewed.and compared.
Around-the-ear headphones, also known as circumaural headphones usually have noise cancelling features. They can have either active or passive noise-cancellation and are great for many reasons. However, they have a major limitation in that they are large, heavy, bulky and difficult to carry around. They are definitely not the ideal ear-wear for sportsmen. For sports, in-ear aka ear buds are best suited. Ear buds are also available as both wired and wireless models. The most popular Bluetooth ear buds have been reviewed on http://bestheadphonehub.com/best-in-the-ear-bluetooth-stereo-headphonesbluetooth-earbuds/. Some of the more popular models among those who want little to no weight around their necks are LG Tone HBS-700 and HBS-730 Bluetooth Headsets, ECSEM Mini Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds, JayBird BlueBuds X Sport Bluetooth Headphones, Plantronics BackBeat GO 2 Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Earbuds and Jabra SPORT Bluetooth Stereo Headset. Modern technology has made their weights as little as a few hundred grams.
Even though earbuds are a great option for sportsmen and women, they have their limitations.For example, the sound quality of these are not as good as those on around or on-ear headphones. The in-ear versions especially lack richness in bass. The treble/highs and middles may be decent on very good models, however, the lows/bass definitely are compromised on these in-ear models. Those who want to enjoy the maximum quality and spectrum of bass sounds should purchase around-the-ear headphones such as Bose AE2w Bluetooth Headphones, Kinivo Bluetooth Headphone Set, Sennheiser MM 550-X Bluetooth Noise-Cancellation Headphones, Beats Studio Over-Ear Headphones, Nokia BH-940 Purity Pro Wireless Stereo Headset by Monster, Parrot Zik Touch-Activated Bluetooth Headphones, Denon AH-NC500SR Globe Cruiser On-Ear Wireless Headphones or Bass Effect Audio Revolution X Bluetooth headphone. The fact that they are Bluetooth enabled means that there are no wires that get in the way and one is not limited by the length of the wires on how far he or she can go away from the music player. Usually, a good pair of BT headphones allow the user to be in a 30 foot radius from the audio player giving the music listener plenty of freedom to engage in physical activities (e.g. cooking in the kitchen) while listening the his or her favorite music.
The advantage of noise cancelling headphones is that they can be worn in noisy places like on an airplane, in a train, while waiting for a bus on the street, in the subway etc. etc. Modern noise cancelling technology is near perfect in cutting off external noises. The most recommended models in this category are PSB M4U 2 Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones, Bose QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones, Harman Kardon NC Premium Over-Ear Noise Cancelling Headphones, Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7B QuietPoint Active Noise-Cancelling Closed-Back Headphones and SOUL by Ludacris SL300WB High Definition Noise Canceling Headphones. The only down-side to using these is that most of them need batteries to operate and in some the battery life can be as short as 20-30 hours.
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