Xenta Travel Headphones with Active Noise Cancelling Including Carry Case - £14.99 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Product Description

Ergonomically designed for a comfortable listening experience
Designed for use with in-flight entertainment systems (includes flight kit connector) as well as other audio devices that use the 1/4 inch stereo plug adapter
Reduces aircract or train background noise by up to 85% when the active noise cancelling is in use (requires 2x AAA batteries (not included))
Comfortable and adjustable headband
Full size headphone cups to fit fully over ears
Good quality 40mm speakers ensure clear sound and well defined bass
Single detachable audio cable
Hard carry case included for easy storage
Headphones can fold flat for easy storage
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#1
There is these too... http://www.ebuyer.com/product/251763

I wonder if they are any good.
#3


good price for these as they were about 60 quid at one point but i gotta say they sound pretty crap. Especially if you dont have the NR turned on. I never use mine now!
#4
RiKx



good price for these as they were about 60 quid at one point but i gotta say they sound pretty crap. Especially if you dont have the NR turned on. I never use mine now!



What is the noise reduction like on a plane? any good?


Edited By: Lufus on May 16, 2011 12:42
#5
Lufus
RiKx



good price for these as they were about 60 quid at one point but i gotta say they sound pretty crap. Especially if you dont have the NR turned on. I never use mine now!


What is the noise reduction like on a plane? any good?


Dunno never tried them on plane just my office lol. Tbh I have music so loud just to be on safe side. lol. With the NR they just seem to ramp the bass and treble...

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