Maxell HP/NC-II Noise Cancellation Headphone

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Portable headphones are equipped with patented, Noisebuster noise-reduction technology (NC-II noise cancellation) to reduce unwanted background noise that interferes with your listening pleasure. Microphones in the headphones detect that ambient noise. The headphones generate a precise, active, noise-cancellation wave to reduce the noise up to 95 percent so your music comes in loud and clear. Lightweight headphones deliver more than 50 hours of use with two AAA batteries (not included). Headphones include a travel pouch and airline plug.

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Product Type: Headphone

General Features: Nickel Plated

Headphone Type: Over-the-head

Headset Type: Stereo

Interface Connection: Mini-phone


Product Title: Maxell HP/NC-II Noise Cancellation Headphone

Manufacturer: Maxell

Lowest Price: $32.66 from Bonanza

Power Score: 3.6 | 40 Reviews

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Product Reviews (10)

Unreliable, Cheaply made

Strengths: Low cost for noise cancelling headphones.

Weakness: Breaks very quickly, poor sound quality.

1: Noise Cancelling 2/5 The noise cancelling was fairly decent, however after the first hour of use they started to make an annoying humming sound. 2: Sound Quality 1/5 The sound quality was okay, however the headphones given out for free on Continental Airlines during some longer flights sound about as good and have lasted for much longer. 3: Reliability/Quality 0/5 These headphones lasted two...
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By tswett - Mar 17, 2010

The best

Strengths: comfortable, cancels out noise and great sound

Weakness: none

I bought mine about 3-4 years ago. I have been happy ever since. They are super comfy, I wear it for long flights, cancel out the annoying people on planes. They are so great my husband wants a pair of his own.

By Kris; - Sep 7, 2008

Better Than Bose!

Strengths: Comfortable Full Ear Cups, Great Sond Deadening

Weakness: Very long cord

We just returned from California on a Red-Eye flight to Ft. Lauderdale. The plane was just about full and included lots of children and two dogs in carry-on cages. One of the little yappers was right in front of me and one of the dogs was in my row. We had stayed with my son in CA, who owns the newest Generation Of Bose Noise Cancelling Headsets. We wanted to purchase two sets..and two Bose were...
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By smithlhkw2 - Feb 15, 2007

Excellent Noise Cancelling Cans

Strengths: These headphones sound amazing! They do exactly what I bought them for. They provided complete isolation on a 9 hour flight to Europe. They are relatively durable, and offer decent build quality.

Weakness: A little bass heavy (muddy), and the noise switch in the middle of the cord tends to deteriorate on either side after continued use. Definitely not meant as a gaming headphone, or for monitoring.

Overall, I have been very pleased with these headphones, but with a pair of Sennheiser HD280's on the way, these are about to hit the shelf. As an avid gamer, n00b audiophile, and DVD watcher, these have performed beautifully for the price. But I think I will save them for the long flights, and boring car rides, where the noise cancelling technology is the key. I would highly recommend these...
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By J3di_AlucarD - Jul 26, 2006

Gone through 2 pairs

Strengths: very good noise canceling and sound quality

Weakness: the wires on each side of the noise canceling device always become bare and cut in half. Has happened twice to me.

I have used these headphones for two years. Even though they break I keep returning to them because of their good quality. So if you buy them be extra careful with the cable and maybe even tape them.

By Nc-II user; - Jul 15, 2006

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