Excerpt: Good sound for listening to Music/Movies, but very poor Noise Cancelling,,(can still hear the wife on the Flight),, should have paid more. Would not recommend for flying,does not reduce engine noise much.
Excerpt: I ordered the HA-NC120 JVC noise canceling headphones at the same time. These do not come close to filtering out aircraft engine noise as the NC120. I advise spening the few extra $$ for the NC120.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact
Cons: A Bit Fragile, Moderate Noise Reduction, Only Moderate Noise Recuc
Excerpt: These are compact and sound great, especially for the price. The noise cancelling feature works, but not as well as a pair of Sennheiser PXC 250 headphone that I have. Because these are on-ear headphone, they need to be positioned precisely to putting too much pressure on the ears.
Pros: Compact, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: The JVC HANC80 was brought before my plane flight, but unfortunately, when I opened the package, my hopes sunk for this headphone. The headphone felt cheap and flimsy, with little to no comfort and the earpads were very hard. Even so, I gave it a shot and barely noticed a difference in a quiet room.
Summary: I purchased the JVC HANC80 Noise Canceling Full Sized earphones because I gave my other ones to my daughter. These JVC HANC80 earphones are far more comfortable than any I have used before. My ears do not begin to ache immediately as they have in the past with other ear phones.
Summary: When it comes to using a Headset, whether it's for music or for video games (not recommended for inter-action). Why spend a hundred dollars or more for clarity when you want privacy in your own space when it comes to listening to whatever pleases you.
Summary: I'm so happy knowing that Bose NC headphones were overly over-rated. Previously, I had two of them: 1st the Bose Quiet Comfort Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headset which has totally disfunctioned; and the 2nd one is later version Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphone (over the ears) which has broken down...
Excerpt: Headphones can fold up and lay flat and slide easily into a small satch provided in the package. Headphones come with airplane jack adapter, too. They are soft and padded at the ear, but hurt after approx.+3 hours of wear. There is also a battery provided by the manuf.