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The Able Planet NC300 active noise-canceling headphones are the best I've ever used

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  • The Able Planet NC300 active noise-canceling headphones are the best I've ever used. Their noise-canceling feature can be activated on the side of headset and produces white noise to reduce undesirable sounds. They also have in-line volume control, which comes in handy when adjusting the volume. The sound quality is exceptional, thanks to the Linx Audio technology, which provides clear speech and full, rich sound for listening to music so quality isn't compromised even at low volumes.

    If you do want actual active noise cancellation (ANC), you might be served well by the AblePlanet NC300's. I did listen to these on a couple of commercial flights, one on a rattly old Dash 8 and one on a new Boeing 737, and they performed well for their $150 price.

  • If you do want actual active noise cancellation (ANC), you might be served well by the AblePlanet NC300's. I did listen to these on a couple of commercial flights, one on a rattly old Dash 8 and one on a new Boeing 737, and they performed well for their $150 price.

    If you do want actual active noise cancellation (ANC), you might be served well by the AblePlanet NC300's. I did listen to these on a couple of commercial flights, one on a rattly old Dash 8 and one on a new Boeing 737, and they performed well for their $150 price.

    Able Planet NC300B

  • If you do want actual active noise cancellation (ANC), you might be served well by the AblePlanet NC300's. I did listen to these on a couple of commercial flights, one on a rattly old Dash 8 and one on a new Boeing 737, and they performed well for their $150 price.

Can drown out the real world if need be

If you do want actual active noise cancellation (ANC), you might be served well by the AblePlanet NC300's. I did listen to these on a couple of commercial flights, one on a rattly old Dash 8 and one on a new Boeing 737, and they performed well for their $150 price.