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PASSIVE noise canceling is like covering you ears with your hands or stuffing earplugs in. Consumer beware. The may be labeled “noise canceling because the technically block out some noise. ANC is different from just covering your ears. There are 2 kinds.

Active and Adaptive. Both acronyms are ANC. Be careful you’r… see more
PASSIVE noise canceling is like covering you ears with your hands or stuffing earplugs in. Consumer beware. The may be labeled “noise canceling because the technically block out some noise. ANC is different from just covering your ears. There are 2 kinds.

Active and Adaptive. Both acronyms are ANC. Be careful you’re buying which ANC you really want.

Bose is the most likely ACTIVE Noise canceling (ANC) headphone you’ve heard of. With usually 1 or 2 external microphones, it notes “droning noises” ; constant low freq noise like jet engine, road noise while driving, etc. It then regenerates that same droning noise but it’s shifted 180 degrees out—the opposite noise basically—which in effect cancels the droning noise. ACTIVE noise canceling WILL NOT block short bursts of noise, for example breaking glass, loud people’s voices or gunshots Etc. You get the idea.

ADAPTIVE noise canceling (also ANC) typically uses more mics, and with some magic digital processing TRIES to block out these sharper, short duration noises.

The headphone in this case is a Hybrid of both types of ANC. Try to read the description well before you buy. see less
PASSIVE noise canceling is like covering you ears with your hands or stuffing earplugs in. Consumer beware. The may be labeled “noise canceling because the technically block out some noise. ANC is different from just covering your ears. There are 2 kinds.

Active and Adaptive. Both acronyms are ANC. Be careful you’re buying which ANC you really want.

Bose is the most likely ACTIVE Noise canceling (ANC) headphone you’ve heard of. With usually 1 or 2 external microphones, it notes “droning noises” ; constant low freq noise like jet engine, road noise while driving, etc. It then regenerates that same droning noise but it’s shifted 180 degrees out—the opposite noise basically—which in effect cancels the droning noise. ACTIVE noise canceling WILL NOT block short bursts of noise, for example breaking glass, loud people’s voices or gunshots Etc. You get the idea.

ADAPTIVE noise canceling (also ANC) typically uses more mics, and with some magic digital processing TRIES to block out these sharper, short duration noises.

The headphone in this case is a Hybrid of both types of ANC. Try to read the description well before you buy.

Dave, Colonel, USAF (Ret)
· November 27, 2019
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These are actually really light with extremely soft ear cups. Minimal pressure on ears and side of head. My head is quite large and I feel no side pressure or weight on my head. I bought them for my wife who has a small head these do not bother her at all.
Amazon Customer
· January 30, 2020
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Yes, just make sure to make your laptop's bluetooth is 1) there 2) in discover mode. Then make sure your Boltune is in discoverable mode. It should pair up fine.
Johnny Storm
· October 5, 2019
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excellent noise cancelation!
Amazon Customer
· April 26, 2020
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They did not work for me at all
Lauren
· June 5, 2020
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I really like the amount of bass these headphones have. In my opinion, there is plenty of bass response, very satisfying, BUT the bass does not overwhelm the mids and highs. Boltune gave these headphones a balanced sound with great bass support that sounds realistic, NOT booming and shaking your body while you can bare… see more I really like the amount of bass these headphones have. In my opinion, there is plenty of bass response, very satisfying, BUT the bass does not overwhelm the mids and highs. Boltune gave these headphones a balanced sound with great bass support that sounds realistic, NOT booming and shaking your body while you can barely hear the other frequencies. Definitely I am very pleased with the tuning decisions by Boltune on these headphones. see less I really like the amount of bass these headphones have. In my opinion, there is plenty of bass response, very satisfying, BUT the bass does not overwhelm the mids and highs. Boltune gave these headphones a balanced sound with great bass support that sounds realistic, NOT booming and shaking your body while you can barely hear the other frequencies. Definitely I am very pleased with the tuning decisions by Boltune on these headphones.
Bryan S. Tyson
· January 18, 2020
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Not sold as such.
Loren A.
· June 10, 2020
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Doesn't "block completely" but does an excellent job of eliminating lower frequency hums, like plane engines, fans, A/C noise, wind, traffic hum, etc. It doesn't "block" voices or music, but does reduce their lower/mid frequencies, which makes them sound noticeably quieter. So while you can still hear people talking, i… see more Doesn't "block completely" but does an excellent job of eliminating lower frequency hums, like plane engines, fans, A/C noise, wind, traffic hum, etc. It doesn't "block" voices or music, but does reduce their lower/mid frequencies, which makes them sound noticeably quieter. So while you can still hear people talking, it takes most of the "punch" out of their voices... see less Doesn't "block completely" but does an excellent job of eliminating lower frequency hums, like plane engines, fans, A/C noise, wind, traffic hum, etc. It doesn't "block" voices or music, but does reduce their lower/mid frequencies, which makes them sound noticeably quieter. So while you can still hear people talking, it takes most of the "punch" out of their voices...
Kampy
· October 7, 2019
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THEY COME WITH A CABLE FOR WIRE CONNECTION.....
crclayton
· November 13, 2019
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I use wireless earbuds when working out. The noise canceling works well but it deadens the outside sound but won’t completely eliminate it.
Amazon Customer
· June 10, 2020