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The top 5 hi-fi headphones with best noise reduction/noise cancellation

Top headphones 2012These headphones boast impressive noise reduction ability of up to 85%, with best sound quality in the market these days. The noise reduction technology has been in focus and keeps evolving. Most headphone manufacturers try to work on a noise reduction of 70 – 85% of outside noise, and aim to produce headphones that are good enough to use in noisy public areas, with high frequency, like on airplanes, down the streets, or subway, etc… So they are simply best choices in 2012 for music lovers, travelers and anybody with a passion for hi-def great sound.

The below headphones are picked by most users to be in the top group of effective noise reduction system and superb sound quality:  Monster Beats Studio by Dr. DreAudio-Technica ATH-ANC9,  Bose QuietComfort 15Klipsch Mode M40 and Sennheiser MM 550-X Travel.

Monster Beats Studio by dr. dre

The Monster Beats Studio is one of the very few headphones that can attract anyone with the design and character. There are multiple choices of colors while the sound quality of the Monster Beats Studio by Dr Dre always satisfy my ears as it is always lively, seriously balanced from low to high frequency.The device is supported with AAA batteries which are easy to buy anywhere which also help improve the power and reduce noise effectively.For the best price, please click here.

Audio-Technica ATH-ANC9

Manufacturer Audio-Technica puts their entire faith in the noise cancellation that is at excellent effect of the ATH-ANC9 QuietPoint. The headphone is designed with 2 small microphones, 1 on each side to receive outside noise and help the noise cancellation work better.The headphone is equipped with the auto-adjustment while using with cell-phones, so we can use very easily to receive calls, control music players (turn on-off, pause, stop, change songs/tracks).For the best price, please click here.

Bose QuietComfort 15

Bose QuietComfort 15 is a Bose headphone where it showcases the most updated, newest innovation in noise cancellation technology. There are both microphones on the inside and outside to support noise cancellation system. New special materials also help cancel noise effectively. It’s very relaxing to listen to this one actually. I started out as just a few minutes then ended up listening for hours.

TriPort sound structure is one of the key points to balance the sound of this headphone. It creates depths, musical bass, and consequently gives you a special feeling of relaxation while listening.

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Klipsch Mode M40

This is the first time Klipsch introduces the full-size headphone with focus on noise cancellation. M40 receives great feedback on design, noise cancellation and the pricing is competitive.

The high end leather on the hear cover parts bring a good feel to long-time users. The bass sound is warm and musical while still has a special heft. The microphone being used as talking on phone is with good quality too. The battery life of the noise cancellation system lasts 45 hours after fully charged. But normally you don’t need to use this in a quiet environment.

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Sennheiser MM 550-X Travel

The name says it all. In this case it’s true. The MM 550-X TRAVEL is a Bluetooth headphone with a 5-star performance, got awarded Mobile Music of Sennheiser at Mobile World Congress 2012. The price is a bit up there – but you got what you pay for, no regret at all.

The new SRS WOW HD technology from Sennheiser gives a wider sound stage, higher, transparent, heavier but prettier bass. NoiseGard 2.0 is the active noise cancellation system almost shuts everything around you, to keep you in your own world. Cell-phone use and computer use are also optimized with the Sennheiser MM 550-X Travel so you can transform those machines to great music players without a hassle.

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