Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones ZX110NC Black
The built-in Microphone makes this perfect for video conferencing such as Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams and more. Listen in comfort and with great sound quality anywhere with these Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones. They feature 30mm sound drivers, 115dB audio sensitivity and a 22,000Hz maximum frequency response. Most importantly, they feature integrated noise cancellation, so you can reduce external noise whilst listening. Cushioned ear pads also offer additional comfort for extended listening.
These headphones have a swivel design and a lightweight design, so that you can take them with you everywhere.
Sony Noise Cancelling reduces unwanted ambient noise
Features & Benefits
- Sony Noise Cancelling reduces unwanted ambient noise
- 30mm dynamic drivers
- 10Hz -22,000Hz frequency response
- Cushioned earpads for extended listening
- Built-in Microphone - perfect for video conferencing such as Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams and more.
These are very loud headphones. The only gripe is that there is a little crackling noise in the earcups that gets pretty loud when you're adjusting them on your head (hence the 4 stars for design). To be clear this is not the result of an electronics problem, but seems to be some material inside the headphone cup. The cable is sturdy. Also, if you're going to wear them walking around on a windy day, it's impossible to hear anything except the wind which gets magnified inside the headphones. So you can use them for working out, but beware that you might only be able to hear the wind.
Overall, really good!
They are 4 times as expensive as the ones from a Japanese store that I use. And they are 4 times as poor. They flatten my ears and give me a headache. The sound cuts in and out. The quality is terrible. Cheap sound. I hope that I can exchange them where I bought them from today.
With active noise cancelling on, sound is clear with heavy emphasis on mid-bass and treble.
With noise cancelling turned off, treble is gone, bass is gone. The sound reverts to a muffled, flat echo.