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Able Planet NC200
5.8 out of 10

Able Planet NC200

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Able Planet NC200 Clear Harmony Foldable Headphones Review

LAPTOP Magazine
16 March 2009
  • Summary: In our review of the original Able Planet Clear Harmony headphones, we were impressed by how well the $300 device used a pair of comfortable cans to block out ambient noise while leveraging Linx Audio technology to supply a greatly enhanced audio source.
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Expert Review

Gear Patrol
22 December 2008
  • Excerpt: By my reckoning, headphones can be categorized as either inexpensive/expensive, in-ear/on-ear/shit-ugly. Sure, there are plenty of options available for men of all walks, but recently I found myself in need of gear to stave off the crying baby or snorer that I inevitably find seated next to me on...
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Expert Review

6 November 2008
  • Excerpt: The above was just a quick summary of my findings when I played around with Able Planet’s Clear Harmony NC200 headphones. Keep reading for an in-depth review of the ease of setup, the audio clarity, the good, the bad, and my final thoughts on the product as a whole.
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Overall 7

Review: Able Planet NC200 Noise-Canceling Headphones

4 November 2008
  • Excerpt: Jet engines. Interstate traffic. Blaring sirens. These are the sounds familiar to urban dwellers. But as noise pollution permeates cityscapes, so does tech to combat it. And now that Able Planet’s NC200 headphones have hit shelves, scoring a decent set of noise-canceling cans doesn’t mean you have...
  • Pros: Great value and passable audio for the price. Easy to carry and stow thanks to collapsible frame. Produces clear thumping bass and smooth left/right panning. Surprisingly little distortion at high volumes.
  • Cons: Bulky, un-sporty frame ensures indoor-only usage. Ear cups are terrible at containing audio. Laughable thin audio sans noise canceling. Audible white noise during quiet sections of songs and dialogue. Pimpalicious velvet carrying case doesn’t protect jack.
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Review: Able Planet NC200 Noise Cancelling Headphones

7 December 2008
  • Summary: Overall these are a decent set of noise cancelling cans. They fold away neatly, the cable is fully removable, and they do actually help combat exterior noise. Sure, they aren’t up to Bose quality but then again they don’t have a Bose price tag either because you can pick a pair up for around...
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