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Perfect, put it on NC for noise canceling..,
Tim M.
· August 3, 2018
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Yes, on the headphones.
Thanks

COWIN
Seller · April 2, 2018
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Thumping and cutting out due to movement is indicative of noise cancelling feature even with higher end sets like Bose and Beats. With me, noise cancelling is best used while sitting on a plane or an area with a lot of noise. I disable NC when moving around or walking.
RICKY DEMERS
· June 22, 2018
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my ears are tucked in.... never been uncomfortable while wearing
Raymond Montemagni
· November 25, 2018
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The manufacturer states 30 hours, I have used them for about 20 hours and the battery still wasn’t dead so I’m guessing they will last a full 30 hours
Kari Ann
· March 10, 2019
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Yes
COWIN
Seller · August 7, 2018
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when you turn on you have two options, blue tooth and then theres noise canceling. it does a pretty good job of canceling the noise. Base levels are high too if you're into that.
Sanket
· May 16, 2018
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The material that goes against your head is not leather. It is a very soft, pliable foam filled vinyl. I have worn them for 3 hours at a time and they remained comfortable.
JAM
· November 6, 2018
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No these are not compatible with Xbox one.
Linda / Gerald Korink
· May 13, 2018
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Yes
Robert Parson
· August 1, 2018