Does need a bit of power to run. I would not pay more than £30 for these as the sound quality is only reasonable +. The bass lacks in the lower range, while the treble is a little tinny. So in quality terms, not the best. But overall a reasonable all round earphone. Provided the earphones are well emplaced, the noise cancelation is certainly the best i’ve come across.
This is my first experience with noise cancelling headphones and i expect it won’t be the last. I purchased these on the basis that they promised 90% noise cancellation/exclusion and having tried them out extensively, i’d say that the percentage is closer to 30-40%. If you use a white noise programme or have your music turned up to a reasonably loud level, then the percentage goes back up to 80-90% provided you get the volume balance right. Prosno need to ipod adapter, they click right into ipod connector. Volume and skip forward/skip back controls on headphone cords. Possibly the most comfortable ear fit i’ve experienced with a selection of ear inserts. In general, a very good sound with nice bass response and clear sound. Consthese are powered directly from your ipod/iphone and as such, they markedly reduce battery life. Given the price point, i would have expected ability to stop music & take phone calls but these do not have this functionality. Again, given the price point, i expected consistent quality throughout all ranges but generally, this is not the case (e.
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All active noise reducing earphones need to have power. The clever thing with this model is that they take their power via the same ipod connection as the sound, so you only need to make sure that the ipod is charged in order for the earphones to work.
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