Panasonic introduces RP-HC700 noise canceling headphones, which are designed to filter out background noise by generating a signal of the opposite phase to effectively cancel it. Boasting ergo-design earpads made of soft, high-grade synthetic leather, the RP-HC700 headphones features swivel mechanism and come with a protective carrying case. Priced at $199.99, they operate on one AAA Alkaline battery and have a frequency response of 8Hz â€“ 22kHz.
As mentioned on Logitech's press release, the stylish Ultimate Ears 700 noise-isolating earphones offer superior sound, it uses a custom-tuned dual-armature microdesign that delivers highly accurate sound reproduction in ...
Boasting 80% noise reduction, the ATH-ANC25 Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones utilizing advanced QuietPoint ANC technology that detects environmental noise via miniature built-in microphones, and applies a corresponding sound-cancelling signal. The ATH-ANC25 ...
Phiaton introduces its new high-end MS 400 headphones. Coming with a stunning, hot red accent and phenomenal sound quality, the MS 400 headphones is ready to please anyone from a ...
Designed and developed for iPod, MP3 players and other portable sound devices, the foldable Zino Ultrasone Headphones comes with Aluminium nameplate and applied diamond cut logo. This headphones equipped ...
The DR-BT100CX is one of two Sony's latest BluetoothÂ® headphones alongside the DR-BT101. Coming with easy to use finger-tip controls, the in-ear headphones are suitable to be used with your ...
Logitech’s New Ultimate Ears 700 Noise-isolating Earphones
Audio-Technica ATH-ANC25 Headphones
Phiaton’ MS 400 Headphones
Zino Ultrasone Headphones
Sony’s New DR-BT100CX In-Ear Headphones