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Noise Cancelling or Noise Reduction when it comes to headphones

Posted on Wednesday, November 30 2005 @ 05:05:19 CET by


Noise-cancelling headphones use tiny microphones that identify the noise or sounds outside the headphones and then work to cancel out the sounds. Noise-reduction headphones (also known as noise-isolation headphones) reduce sound by being a barrier through which sounds cannot pass. What does all this mean? And how do these two differ? Read on over here at Bonafidereviews.



 



 

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