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Sony WH-CH700N Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones £71 @ Amazon
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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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i have these

these are pretty good audio but basic noise cancelling it works fine on a plane but you get what you pay for at £71 for me they work great with my android phone
kobrakaan24/12/2019 16:08

i have thesethese are pretty good audio but basic noise cancelling it …i have thesethese are pretty good audio but basic noise cancelling it works fine on a plane but you get what you pay for at £71 for me they work great with my android phone


Have you compared them to more expensive ones?
mccririck24/12/2019 16:55

Have you compared them to more expensive ones?


yes the sony 1000xm3 cancelling work better they are more dynamic for other situations and surroundings but again you get what you pay in this case for more money = better cancelling

I just wanted some cheapy ones for everyday use i had the Xtra Bass sonys but couldn't get on with the smaller earcups they didn't sit right on my ears
Edited by: "kobrakaan" 24th Dec 2019
kobrakaan24/12/2019 16:58

yes the sony 1000xm3 cancelling work better they are more dynamic for …yes the sony 1000xm3 cancelling work better they are more dynamic for other situations and surroundings but again you get what you pay in this case for more money = better cancellingI just wanted some cheapy ones for everyday use i had the Xtra Bass sonys but couldn't get on with the smaller earcups they didn't sit right on my ears


I for Anker Soundcore Q20 for £40 and use them for travelling, usually with no music playing. Good at reducing the lower frequency noise. What difference would I notice with the 1000xm3? I know the sound quality will be better but how much more noise cancellation would I notice? I can't afford them just wondering.
When I've tried noise cancelling headphones in the past they cancelled out everything -except- voices. The exact reverse of what I would want. Is that the norm?
Shard24/12/2019 17:18

When I've tried noise cancelling headphones in the past they cancelled out …When I've tried noise cancelling headphones in the past they cancelled out everything -except- voices. The exact reverse of what I would want. Is that the norm?


Pretty much. ANC works best eliminating constant frequencies / sounds, such as the engines on a flight, train track noise, etc. Something as constantly shifting as voices is quite complicated.
kobrakaan24/12/2019 16:08

i have thesethese are pretty good audio but basic noise cancelling it …i have thesethese are pretty good audio but basic noise cancelling it works fine on a plane but you get what you pay for at £71 for me they work great with my android phone



Exactly my experience, I bought these and the xm2s, not actually that much in it in terms of audio quality but the noise cancelling on this is next to pointless but decent on the xm2s. If you want noise cancelling look elsewhere, but as for a good quality sounding pair of Bluetooth headphones these are great, and I much prefer the physical controls over the annoying touch controls of the xm2s
Edited by: "IamChris" 24th Dec 2019
Shard24/12/2019 17:18

When I've tried noise cancelling headphones in the past they cancelled out …When I've tried noise cancelling headphones in the past they cancelled out everything -except- voices. The exact reverse of what I would want. Is that the norm?


Read about it on Wikipedia - it works better a lower frequencies. It just isn't possible at higher frequencies. It works best for the drone of engines and other noises with a lot of lower frequency sound.
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