Summary: The features that these headphones offer for the price is outstanding, all the features seem to do as they are described, the 3D effect is probably more suited to movies then music but the noise cancelling is one of the best I have tested.
Summary: -Positive: The sound quality is pretty good when using the battery power. With drained batteries the sound is a little bit dull but at least they keep working. The noise cancelling is alright. -Negative: With noise cancelling deactivated the insulation is average at best.
Good noise cancelling and reasonable sound quality
D. Edwards, Amazon
13 October 2013
Summary: I have seen the other comments for these headphones. I have used mine in many flights and the noise cancelling is very good, probably not as good as the Bose but for flights it really improves sound levels and the sound quality for watching films or listening music on flights is good.
Summary: After I had to return the headphones the first time after just 2 weeks because the plastic started to crack from normal usage, the second headphone I got as a replacement now cracked too after 6 weeks of usage.
Summary: The Aurvana headphones would have been of interest however the comments really put me off purchasing. At £180 I would not expect to read that the supplier showed no interest in the damage/cracking of the frames. The sound quality seemed in question. I would prefer wireless 'phones.
Summary: Within 6 months, the plastic parts started cracking. I contacted Creative about the replacement, an I had to send pictures to them prior to RMA. I had to pay the shipping fees myself and Creative would not even reimburse me the shipping (this is against EU legislation, you are entitled to have the...
Summary: I bought this pair of headphone because of the noise cancelling, I travel a lot and air plane noise drives me crazy I had another pair before that didn't cover my ears totally, so it hurt after a while, and my husband had one of these.