Summary: By D.C.E I used these on a trip to Australia and there are not many long hauls in the world longer than East Coast USA to Australia. In fact I'm writing this review from the plane. In short: 1. Noise cancellation works well.
Summary: By Parker Ok I don't normally do write ups but I must on these. Here's what I like. 1) The price, its reasonable for what you get. 2) The long cable, I'm a big guy and its long enough to reach my hip pocket and has more to spare.
Summary: By Yogi Moore "YogiM" Purchased as a replacement for the broken QC15, which as you know usually snap after a few years. Big time anger at Bose for this "feature". Started my search for a replacement with the 900's.
Summary: By Tom Trails "Tom Trails" These are the first noise canceling headphones I've ever used. They feel great on my ears, they fold flat so they fit in my laptop bag, they have a detachable audio cable, and they can be used to talk on the phone.
Summary: By Rubicon10 "mpkelley20" I have tried many different brands of active noise cancelling headphones but have not found one that meets all of my needs for a set of headphones. I find that most active noise cancelling headphones do one thing and only one thing great and it varies depending on which...
Summary: By Inna Tysoe "Inna Tysoe" I have had quite a few headphones over the last few years and these are the first $100 ones I have owned. They are also are the first I have had with the powered noise canceling feature. These headphones are very comfortable with a lot of cushioning.
Summary: The switch starts jamming after some days, too much heats feels upon the ears due to bulkineess and poor quality synthetic material.But comes in an economical budget if considering the noise cancelling category of headphones
Summary: The noise cancelling feature works well at cancelling the background noises. The overall acoustics are alright but nothing compared to what Bose and Seinheiser offers. The maximum volume is relatively lower in comparison to other headphones in the same category.
Summary: When I received the HN-900s I was struck by their similarity to another pair of noise cancelling headphones, the Blackbox M10-ABs, which can also be found on Amazon. The headphones are nigh-on identical aside from the Creative branding and a difference in LED colour; the Creatives have a blue light...
Summary: These are around £100 and they are a bargain compared to the Bose, great for music especially mid range and treble though bass isn't that deep but it's good enough, the noise cancelling is superb and as good as the Bose, buy them you won't be disappointed.