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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
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yngwies Cat 1:17 Sun Mar 21
Best Noise Cancelling Headphones
Boys and Girls


Sounds like it defeats the object of having them.

Had a pair of Bose Ones, but now somewhere in the Thames,..(long story but involves beer)

Looking to get a new pair and like the sound of

Sony WH-1000XM4 ones.

Bit pricey, but so long as I don't get go near water.

Any recommendations?

I don't the ones you stick in your ears as I have funny shaped lug holes.

Cheers.. Which magazine, I mean Who

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BRANDED 12:50 Mon Mar 22
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Are joggers who seem to not notice anyone or anything wearing noise cancelling earphones?

Jim79 12:39 Mon Mar 22
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Got various Headphones, wired and unwired. Partake in a fair amount of DJing both at home and occasionally out in public and for that use my pioneer HDJ's.

Have the Bose QC 35 II and they are first class. As has been said their customer service is brilliant to as I have historically had the Soundsport in ear buds and when they broke they were replaced on the spot at no cost and no questions asked.

Tend to use the Apple Air Pods Pro for just walking around and really impressed with the noise cancelling on them.

Sven Roeder 12:37 Mon Mar 22
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Might have a similar one .... Sennheiser PXC-550
Excellent for the commute .... so have sat hardly used for the last 12 months

claypole 12:11 Mon Mar 22
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I had a set of bose headphones and I didn't think the sound quailty was that good. I have now got some sennheiser ones which can be sound adjusted with the app and the sound is very good

BRANDED 11:44 Mon Mar 22
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Vexed

You need to do a blind test matey.

When you have come back to me.

Irish Hammer 11:39 Mon Mar 22
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Pickle Rick

The small Apple Jack to turn earphone to Apple connector is only a 9 quid mate

https://www.apple.com/uk/shop/product/MMX62ZM/A/lightning-to-35mm-headphone-jack-adapter

Vexed 11:34 Mon Mar 22
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Pickle Rick 11:29 Mon Mar 22

I know, it's shit. USB-C is a pain in the arse.

Vexed 11:33 Mon Mar 22
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BRANDED 10:15 Mon Mar 22

Same headphones wired be same headphones via sbc and you can't hear the difference? Time for a career change son.

Shure's natch.

Pickle Rick 11:29 Mon Mar 22
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Vexed 9:36 Mon Mar 22

Not always an option when the iPhones no longer have a jack to plug a wired set of headphones into and especially when Apple want 40 odd notes for the adaptor. Other phone manufacturers will eventually follow suit.

BRANDED 10:15 Mon Mar 22
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“Bluetooth audio technology you’re hearing has a much smaller effect on sound quality than the design of the device itself. If you try different wireless headphones or speakers, you’ll hear obvious differences. If you try different Bluetooth codecs, the difference will be small and possibly inaudible”

Digital audio is soooooo misunderstood. The most important thing is the quality of the speaker or headphones.

Vexed 9:36 Mon Mar 22
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Go for wired if you want the best sound. The best you'll get with anything Bluetooth is acceptable sound but mostly you'll get shit sound quality. If you must go Bluetooth make sure both the device you're listening to and your headphones support the better end of the shitty Bluetooth spectrum of codecs, APTXHD or LDAC at a push. Anything else is dire.

Coffee 9:19 Mon Mar 22
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Have you tried a duvet? It's good at cancelling noise, less so at delivering quality music.

GBHammer63 9:05 Mon Mar 22
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I’m no expert but like my music. I’ve got the Sony ( bought as a birthday present) and can tell you they have a really good sound.

I’ve also got Bose soundbar and soundlink and Bose system in car, also really good.

Whichever you pick I think you’d be happy.

munkyfunk 8:31 Mon Mar 22
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Owned the bose qc30, comfortable but sound quality not great.
Switched to senheisser momentums, massive improvement. My lad has now nicked these and im back to my non oise cancelling beyerdynamic t51.

BRANDED 2:22 Mon Mar 22
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MaryMillingtonsGhost 4:38 Sun Mar 21
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They do headphones from £80 to £1500. They all need kid gloves and are not designed for travelling around. They are however the best sounding. I did ask the OP exactly what they need so they may not suit.

Morpheus 11:40 Sun Mar 21
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Xm4s are the best, pricey but you get what you pay for

yngwies Cat 10:24 Sun Mar 21
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Cheers all, some good suggestions.

Irish Hammer 7:30 Sun Mar 21
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Another vote for Bose

have mine few years, needed new leather pads on one of the ears, went in and they replaced both of them for nothing. Quality company

Joe C 5:51 Sun Mar 21
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Another vote for the Bose QC35’s - had them for a couple of years and they’re excellent

PwoperNaughtyButNot 4:43 Sun Mar 21
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Mad dog for £24.99 ive given them a go.

MaryMillingtonsGhost 4:38 Sun Mar 21
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BRANDED 2:42

Had a pair of Grado SR125's (iirc) prior to my B&W's
Lasted six months. The foam covers literally began to fall apart and all components were plastic and began to dismantle after about 6 months.
Fantastic sound quality but diabolical build quality.
Also open-backed so leaked sound like a sieve.
Not even sure they make noise cancelling models, apart from in-ear.

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