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This headphone is great to listen anything and anywhere, podcasts, music, watching movies...
Noise cancelling TOP. Bought it for going on holidays, been using them on the plane. This headphone is really good at isolating background noises. GREAT EXPERIENCE.Cannot do better.Very comfortable.5 STARS.

Roy Michael
· November 13, 2018
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It uses Bluetooth 5.0. I think it says this in the description. The headphones work as expected, and are easy to pair with bluetooth devices, they also have a very good range on the bluetooth. I keep my Audio Kindle in my Rucksack on the Tube and it works perfectly. I hope this helps you.
Highly recommended headphones.

Wilcox Olivia
· November 8, 2018
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They are very comfortable and have great sound quality. I bought these for my daughter for her birthday, the sound on these are excellent, she's really happy to listen to music with them and said she has recommended them to several friends. I'm more than happy that I have chosen it, and will be ordering another one soon.
Pickett Paula
· November 1, 2018
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Yes, the noise cancelling works great. My ears were very happy with the comfort on a 12-hour flight, it's extremely comfortable soft and durable as the ear pads are made from premium protein memory foam leather. Also, excellent sound quality and battery life, very happy with the purchase
Thompson Dora
· November 20, 2018
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Good. Fast (incredibly so for Bluetooth). Use google, to find that answer. Seriously, google "what is the maximum distance of a Bluetooth 5.0 connection?" And then do that for Bluetooth 4.2, 4.1, and 4.0 because most of your devices interacting with the head phones will be one of those three or four types. And the l… see more Good. Fast (incredibly so for Bluetooth). Use google, to find that answer. Seriously, google "what is the maximum distance of a Bluetooth 5.0 connection?" And then do that for Bluetooth 4.2, 4.1, and 4.0 because most of your devices interacting with the head phones will be one of those three or four types. And the last part is an assumption of mine but I assume that the quality is GREAT, IF you have the apt-x codec installed and accessible/working - thanks to some mutual agreement between your device's manufacturer and the codec licensor/rights-holder. Without the APT-X codec, then these are still good headphones as long as they have Some type of other way/shared-protocol to communicate with your device via Bluetooth, but the quality will be less than if Apt-X worked, simply put. Regardless, though, the noise cancelation features, the impedance rating and maximum and minimum volume features, etc. will remain awesome and unaffected. see less Good. Fast (incredibly so for Bluetooth). Use google, to find that answer. Seriously, google "what is the maximum distance of a Bluetooth 5.0 connection?" And then do that for Bluetooth 4.2, 4.1, and 4.0 because most of your devices interacting with the head phones will be one of those three or four types. And the last part is an assumption of mine but I assume that the quality is GREAT, IF you have the apt-x codec installed and accessible/working - thanks to some mutual agreement between your device's manufacturer and the codec licensor/rights-holder. Without the APT-X codec, then these are still good headphones as long as they have Some type of other way/shared-protocol to communicate with your device via Bluetooth, but the quality will be less than if Apt-X worked, simply put. Regardless, though, the noise cancelation features, the impedance rating and maximum and minimum volume features, etc. will remain awesome and unaffected.
Sean 'Tank' Garvey
· November 8, 2018
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They are big enough to cover ear and don't press on ear...very comfy
EMTTop Contributor: Pets
· December 5, 2018
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These are over the ear. I have fairly large ears and these do fit in the cups. though the cups are fairly shallow.
Justin R. Williams
· November 18, 2018
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I just received these headphones and was pairing my devices and only one device can be connected at a time.
Terri
· May 8, 2019
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It's possible, but I don't notice much difference when I turn NC on. I would contact the company and ask them about it. It is supposed to have a 5 year warrenty so you could get them replaced.
W. O'Neal
· February 2, 2019
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If you mean can you send Apple Music directly to the headphones, I researched that quite a bit and NO, nothing appears to do that, not even Apple's own AirPods. I'm not sure why not-maybe a bandwidth issue? My understanding is that even "AAC" headphones will re-transcode the 256kbps AAC of Apple Music to something lowe… see more If you mean can you send Apple Music directly to the headphones, I researched that quite a bit and NO, nothing appears to do that, not even Apple's own AirPods. I'm not sure why not-maybe a bandwidth issue? My understanding is that even "AAC" headphones will re-transcode the 256kbps AAC of Apple Music to something lower, which is a mess. Which is why I still run wired... see less If you mean can you send Apple Music directly to the headphones, I researched that quite a bit and NO, nothing appears to do that, not even Apple's own AirPods. I'm not sure why not-maybe a bandwidth issue? My understanding is that even "AAC" headphones will re-transcode the 256kbps AAC of Apple Music to something lower, which is a mess. Which is why I still run wired...
eric_the_redder
· July 18, 2019