NC300W Active Noise Cancelling HeadPhone from Able Planet – Good Stuff!

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True Fedility NC300 Active Noice Cancellation We recently unboxed a wonderful looking noise cancelling headphone from Able Planet called, True Fidelity NC300W Active Noise Cancelling Headphone [link].

It’s been a week since I’ve put all my other headsets and earbuds aside to test NC300W headphone out. I’ve been a great fan of the headphones that cover the ears completely because they completely cut you out from the rest of the world and let you focus on whatever you are doing.

One of the issues with headsets and earbuds is that they start hurting if you keep them on for a long time. That does not happen with NC300W because it does not sit on your ears it completely covers it in a way that the ears are in the headphone.

The noise cancellation feature of this headset kicks in to not only enhance the music quality but also to reduce the noise levels around you even when you are not listening to music.

The best way to test the nose cancellation feature is to switch the feature on while no music is playing to feel the difference and appreciate the $100 you’ve spent on the headset.

The headset features an award winning patented LINX Audio for superior sound experience.

Quality of the gadget in terms of hardware is pretty awesome. It’s tough and sturdy, a little heavier when compared to your regular headsets but that works in its favor. It comes with a 1/4 Home Stereo Adaptor, Airplane Adapter, AAA battery, volume control cord and a hard shell protective case.

It’s an awesome headset for people looking to own a headphone with the real noise cancelling feature with a limited budget.

The original price of the headset is $129 but is it is currently selling at a discounted price of $99.99. Get it while its available. Click here to buy.

Watch the following video to see the unboxing of NC300W

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  1. By: Nikhil Dev on January 1, 2010 at 11:39 am


    Can you write more about the audio quality. I mean, the balance of highs, lows and mids. Also, if the sound distorts at high volumes. How punchy is the bass. I would also like to learn a little more of the frequency spectrum.


  2. By: Abbas on January 2, 2010 at 3:57 am


    My point of reference is pretty wide which includes BOSE QC headphones.

    That said, given the price tag on these headphone I'd rate the sound quality pretty high.

    Frequency Response on this headset is 20Hz - 20,000Hz with sensivity of 115 dB which makes these headphones an excellent choice for a regular music junkies.

    For DJ's such as yourself who is looking for more details and higher impact with Bass Extensions, Bass Impact and Quality I'd recommend Sony's MDR-SA3000, MDR-V900HD or the MDR-SA5000 which are top of the line!

  3. By: Nikhil Dev on January 3, 2010 at 1:35 pm

    Hey Bro,

    Thanks for the extra info. Actually I am looking for a good pair of studio phones. but I think for the price, these kick ass. There is another pair of phones from Audio Technica that Nash bought recently. Will message you the model number. They have a really kick ass low end and crisp highs. And I think they are for some 120 as well. Will tell you more later

  4. By: Rupert on September 9, 2010 at 8:15 pm

    the sound quality from these headphones are awesome.
    It reduces lots of noise out.
    so do not wear these headphones while you are driving or crossing the road.
    These headphones are a real bargain at such low price.