Sony MDRNC7B - Noise Cancelling Headphones - £27.28 Delivered @ Amazon
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Sony MDRNC7B - Noise Cancelling Headphones - £27.28 Delivered @ Amazon

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Found 13th Mar 2011Made hot 8th Apr 2011
Direct link: amazon.co.uk/dp/…QRS
Wrong link on the go to deal button! Sorry :$

Cheapest price I can find (link to google shopping price comparison thingy in comments

Boost your listening experience and reduce unwanted ambient noise by 87.4 percent with Noise Cancelling cans.
Large 30mm driver unit for incredible sound quality.
Great for commuting and travelling, the MDR-NC7 headphones easily fold for compact storage when travelling.
Swivel ear pads and flat headband for optimum comfort and flexibility so you can wear them all day, every day.
Comes complete with in-flight plug adaptor to hook up to in-flight entertainment.
Highly sensitive 102dB/mW with noise cancellation turned on for extra clear sound.
Carrying pouch supplied.

12 Comments

Original Poster

Compare prices on google Here

Here is the correct direct link Sorry for the mistake!
Edited by: "jj15" 13th Mar 2011

Good heaphones, hot from me

Just a heads up, the noise cancellation only works with repetitive noises such as aeroplane noise.

They're probably closed headphones anyway, which blocks out a majority of other noises.

tl;dr the noise cancellation won't help unless you're in a plane, so if there's a premium on them because of that feature; don't bother.

No, the noise cancellation works in many places, bedroom, cars, trains, i have these and they are a good set of headphones, steal at this price

No, the noise cancellation works in many places, bedroom, cars, trains, i … No, the noise cancellation works in many places, bedroom, cars, trains, i have these and they are a good set of headphones, steal at this price



No it doesn't, noise cancellation technology only works for repetitive noises; due to the fact that most stuff that happens on a day to day basis is suedo-random it won't help with that (essentially all it does is reduce humming noises).

These headphones WILL block out noises purely for the fact they're closed headphones, i.e. they have a big bit of plastic between your ears and the outside world; it's not the noise-cancellation technology that's doing that.

Check out the GoodCans explanation about the technology here: Noise Reduction Headphones, Noise Cancelling Headphones, ANR Headphones (BTW, all the same thing!) by Bill K

No, you need to insert your boarding pass into a slot. I keep some old boarding passes handy in case I want to use the noise cancelling feature at home voted hot though.
Edited by: "GoTeamMuffins" 8th Apr 2011

GoTeamMuffins

No, you need to insert your boarding pass into a slot. I keep some … No, you need to insert your boarding pass into a slot. I keep some old boarding passes handy in case I want to use the noise cancelling feature at home voted hot though.



Erm? you put a battery in them....

SneakyNinjaPirate

They're probably closed headphones anyway, which blocks out a majority of … They're probably closed headphones anyway, which blocks out a majority of other noises.


They are open.
Edited by: "rev6" 8th Apr 2011

my sony x series noise cancelling gives you 3 diff environments (Bus/Train,Airplane,Office ) to choose and then you can adjust each one works fine

I got some of these last year for airplane journeys - quite dissapointing really. I found in the end that just using a pait of in-ear types was actually better than using these.

kurv

£19.99 here … £19.99 here http://www.trustedgoods.com/Sony-MDRNC7-Headphones-p/mdr-nc7_mr.htm?gclid=CMC9tK2-jKgCFcod4QodUyL6Cw




Condition: Sony Refurbished

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