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Goldring NS1000 Active Noise Reduction Cancelling Headphones - £54.99 Delivered @ Play
Goldring NS1000 Active Noise Reduction Cancelling Headphones - £54.99 Delivered @ Play

Goldring NS1000 Active Noise Reduction Cancelling Headphones - £54.99 Delivered @ Play

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The NS1000 noise cancelling headphones combine all of Goldring's award winning hi-fi experience with the latest in Active Noise Reduction technology. The noise cancelling isolation attenuates annoying and unwanted background sound, including the drone of a train or airplane engine, leaving you to enjoy your favourite music.

ANR (Active Noise Reduction) technology
Ultra-comfortable ear cushions ideal for extended listening
Advanced neodymium magnet drivers deliver exceptional hi-fidelity performance
Closed back design reduces sound leakage
Detachable, single sided 1m cable, designed by Britain's leading hi fi cable manufacturer, QED
Pack includes: Protective durable travel case, aeroplane adaptor, battery, Gold plated 3.5mm stereo jack with 6.3mm adaptor


Active Noise Reduction ON
Frequency response: 15Hz - 23kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.3% (1mW @ 1kHz)
Sound Pressure Level: 101dB (1mW @ 1kHz)
Max input power: 260 mW
Impedance: 300 Ohms
Active Noise Reduction OFF
Frequency Response: 15Hz - 20kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.1% (1mW @ 1kHz)
Sound Pressure Level: 93 (1mW @ 1kHz)
Max Input Power: 300mW
Impedance: 100 Ohms

10 Comments

They have been £49.99 lots of times before

Banned

I bought one previously, they are not really that good.....the hissing is very very bad

I have a pair of these and they are excellent.

considering no one else has them in stock, they are still great Value at £54.99.

Therefore Hot from me

Used these on long haul twice now, great cans.

thespiderpig

They have been £49.99 lots of times before


Not since the VAT increase though.:(
Edited by: "chrisjackson" 13th Apr 2011

controlfreak

I bought one previously, they are not really that good.....the hissing is … I bought one previously, they are not really that good.....the hissing is very very bad



Might what to check that's not your output source first.
I've had mine two years and have never experienced even the slightest hissing with them connected to my mp3 player, phone or Xonar D2 soundcard, with NC on or off. Something like onboard motherboard audio would more than probably be the cause as it's electrical interference. Nothing to do with the headphones!

These most importantly need to be driven by a portable headphone amp if you plan on using them with an mp3 player. The FiiO E5 for example...

Got these too for £49.99 when they were available, not the best build quality wise and the padding becomes a little thin too but good sound, bought the FiiO E5 for it. Also the 1 metre cable is a bit short so might want to buy a premium cable from somewhere but you will notice only a select few will fit.... You could go to poundland and buy a jack extension lead but that kind of defeats the purpose of buying premium headphones?

the Goldring DR150 s are superb , and cheaper

chrisjackson

Not since the VAT increase though.:(


Good point !
I have a set of these and find them very good, especially for the money
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