Reviews and Problems with Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b
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20 May 2015
Summary: Noise reduction headphones should be well rounded and full of easy-to-use features. The top ten noise-cancelling headphones, including the ATH-ANC7bs, all have these characteristics. Not only do the ATH-ANC7bs protect your ears from annoying sounds, they also sound and feel great while doing so.
Pros: The lightweight design is easy to wear for extended periods of time and won’t give you headaches.
Cons: There is no remote included for answering phone calls or adjusting the volume.
Excerpt: Primarily a pro-audio company, Audio-Technica wanted its first entry into the arena to boast the best possible sound quality-with and without the noise canceling activated. For two years engineers went OCD over sound charts and oscilloscope outputs, tweaking and re-tweaking.
Pros: Amazing sound, balanced and sweet from Segovia to Snoop Dogg. Lightweight and comfortable. Battery still kickin’ after two weeks of nearly constant use. Oh yeah: Excellent, clean noise canceling.
Cons: The only new model without a monitor button-but you’re probably better off dozing to the new Bone Thugs than hearing that Eragon is about to begin on the 10-inch screen five rows away.
Excerpt: L'Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b est un casque peu onéreux au regard de ce qu’il offre. Sur beaucoup de points, il ressemble même aux modèles les plus performants, luxueux et coûteux que sont le Denon AH-NC800 et le Bose QC15.
Pros: Efficacité du système de réduction du bruit, Confort, Excellentes performances en mode actif et passif