A Closer Look at Bang & Olufsen’s Noise-Canceling Headphones

If you look on the market today, there are literally dozens upon dozens of noise canceling headphones available. Naturally, they are not all made alike. In fact, I will tell you that many of them do not even live up to their name, as there is no noise being canceled at all when you put them on. Still, others are simply uncomfortable, so your ears may be more than a bit sore after wearing them for any length of time. That leaves the consumer to find a pair that is right for them, without spending a fortune on trial and error in the process. With that, we bring you this closer look at Bang & Olufsen’s Noise-Canceling Headphones.

The Design

Just take one look at these headphones and you will already be impressed. The design is very cool that you will want to have a pair of these on your head. At the same time, you can just tell by looking at them that Bang & Olufsen’s Noise-Canceling Headphones are very comfortable. Imagine having a pair on your ears for an entire flight overseas. You will have not problem doing that with these. These are luxury consumer headphones that you can really get excited about.

The Build of the Headphone

Headphones take a lot of abuse. If you are going to spend some money on a good pair, you want to know that they are well constructed and are going to be durable. The materials used on Bang & Olufsen’s Noise-Canceling Headphones are of premium grade. Everything seems to be made of either metal or leather. Despite that, the headphones do not actually feel heavy. Again, this is important for those long sessions of continuous wear.

You will notice that the headband slider is much different than other models in this class. It actually has swivel and pivot points placed right over the ear cups themselves. You will notice that the switches are actually designed with superior quality than you are used to. Let’s now talk about the pads themselves. This is the most overlooked featured of noise canceling headphones, and they shouldn’t be. This is where you need your comfort to come from. These are made of lambs leather. That is a switch from most other models on the market today. If you have never felt how soft lambs leather feels, you really need to put a pair of Bang & Olufsen’s Noise-Canceling Headphones on your ears. Even though you will be wearing these directly on your ear as opposed to looping them over your year, you will not notice a difference. You can wear them for hours and not even notice that they are there.

Comfort Redefined

If you can’t tell, the reviews to this point allude to the fact that the Bang & Olufsen’s Noise-Canceling Headphones are extremely comfortable. Many will say that they are most comfortable ever designed. Naturally, every ear seems to be a bit different, so you will have to be the judge of that for yourself. However, we can tell you that the leather included in this pair is breathable throughout. It does not matter what part of your body comes into contact with it. Now, to be fair, there are lighter headphones available on the market. The metal included with the Bang & Olufsen’s Noise-Canceling Headphones tends to make it just a tad heavier than some would like. However, that should not keep people from enjoying it.

Now, the noise isolation on this pair is also top notch. When the developers say noise canceling, they mean it with these. You will only notice the loudest of sounds, which is what is supposed to happen. The sound quality is also top notch. You will enjoy listening to most any genre of music with these, as the bass and treble seem to be balanced perfectly. The low end produced a great midbass sound. You will feel as though you are in a concert hall when you wear these. In short, these are a stunning set of headphones.

Bang & Olufsen’s Noise-Canceling Headphones are a step above the competition. This model is actually priced lower than previous ones, which is good news for those who have been on the fence about purchasing them. They are available now.


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