Top positive review
Well made, comfortable, reasonable sound quality and great microphone noise canceling
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2020
I did a side-by-side and totally unscientific/subjective comparison of the noise-canceling capabilities of the MPow HC6 headset and the Jabra 40 headset, which is much more expensive and highly rated. My main reason for buying these headsets was to find a headset that could suppress background noise while teaching English online. To test the devices, I played a TV in the background with volume set at a reasonable listening level and then at a slightly louder than reasonable listening level. Both of these devices did a great job suppressing most of this background noise while recording my voice. The recordings I made with both headsets showed that the TV sound was only slightly audible at the normal TV volume setting, and audible, but not overly obvious at the higher TV volume setting. I think the Jabra set did a little better at noise canceling, and the fit and finish of the Jabra is a little nicer, but maybe not enough to justify its higher price. Overall, I was quite impressed with the MPow device and surprised that such a nice, seemingly well-made piece of technology could be manufactured and sold at such a reasonable price.