The lightweight and comfortable package is ideal for life on-the-go The collapsible construction and swivel earcups make it easy to stow the headphones in a backpack or bag for travel The 30mm PET multi-layer dome diaphragms have neodymium magnets to deliver crisp, realistic audio with a wide frequency response The closed-back earcups and thick on-ear cushions offer lasting comfort and also help to block out unwanted environmental noise The padded headband is adju
- Closed-type supra-aural headphones with 30mm drivers
- High quality and powerful sound
- Lightweight for maximum comfort
- Easily connect to your music player
- Pair with your MP3 player, great for outdoors
- Closed-type supra-aural, 30mm driver unit, 1.2m cable (both-sided)
- Lightweight for maximum comfort, Frequncy Range : 12 – 22000 Hz
What kind of headphones should I get for reading on buses and with people talking around me?
I need headphones that will block out outside noise like people talking, bus noise, TVs etc… Would noise-cancelling headphones or in-ear buds work best? How would they compare to just plain old ear-plugs? I have a decent sony pair of in-ear buds and ear plugs already, but not sure if noise-cancelling phones would work better
Headphones best answer:
Answer by dieterzakas
You’ll want noise-canceling headphones would work best. There are two basic types: over (or around) the ear, and on-ear, which are self-descriptive.
As an alternative, if your budget doesn’t allow for such headphones, you can invest in a pair of around-the-ear ear protection muffs at places like Home Depot and Lowes for about $ 20 or so, and put them over your ears after you’ve put your earbuds in. I’ve done that, and while it looks “weird,” it works like a charm.