Best Noise Cancelling Earbuds Reviews
Audio-Technica ATH ANC3
Small light weight and fully capable of packing a good sound output. Ideal for house, techno, and retro music. Comes with many interchangeable soft earbuds, and excellent noise canceling feature makes this a steal under $50. The best part about these is the none fatiguing audio, as some higher ends ones are too powerful.
Phiaton PS 210 BTNC
Phiaton PS210 comes with Bluetooth ready, with active noise canceling technology that blocks 95% of ambient noise levels. Extremely comfortable and well designed for a Bluetooth ready earbuds, perfect for commuting and traveling around from point A to point B. You can even use they’re built in mic for voice time through your phone.
Great set of earbuds that does the job for a good price. If you want noise canceling you bet this is going to work. The extremely slim profile makes this device easy to store within any pocket, and the sound quality is quite good for its prestigious look. Sony has been known for electronics; this is another masterpiece, well done Sony.
Audio-Technica ATH ANC3WH
Although the price is a bit insane for my taste, expert travelers and commuters who make big business trips will enjoy the perfect pair of earbuds. Comes with a slim profile, and extremely good at noise canceling. If you have over $1500 to blow, this is the pair to look at. It certainly does have a right feel and look to it.
Shure E2 Sound Isolating
If you want something with excellent sound quality, these are the earbuds to watch. Most of these noise canceling earphones of 2013 are similar, but the sound and quality of material are different. Shure makes some of the best audiophiles for those on a budget, and if you can afford their higher end earbuds, you can be sure it’s perfect. The design and noise canceling on these are reviewed to be one of the best for around $300.
Monster Copper Turbine PRO
Very accurate bass is to be expected with Monster, the Turbine is ideal for all your music listening, what they may be. The bass is not muddy but ample and precise, something you don’t usually find within this price range. Expect also crystal clear mids and highs; this is a collector item for those who want noise canceling and quality time on the go.
Audio Technica ATH-BT04NC
Audio Technica does provide some of the best stuff money can buy, and this is a good example. With active noise canceling usually indicated by the controller, this beast of an earbud is very comfortable and turns up the music for you. Highly functional and a steal under $150, you won’t find such craftsmanship anytime soon with competitor brands. This is the definition of a value purchase, best bang for the buck!
JBuds J6 High Fidelity Ergonomic Earbuds
If you are on a budget, the Jbudz are marketed towards you. With many custom colors to choose from, and quite a decent sound quality with good bass. From using regular earbuds, these will put you in another class; the quality is there as they mass produce these with some pretty awesome material. Expect a lot of good reviews because of how popular they are!
Sennheiser IE 8 Premium Earphones
Hifi are always produced with Sennheiser; they are the sample of audiophile technology. The IE 8 is superb, quite expensive but worth it. If you are a support of Sennheisers, and you need a pair of noise cancels these are it! The sound has good bass, and very accurate high and mids. Although not the best value for your money, the quality is always there, and you know if they break on you, they’ll take care of it.
Sony DRBT100CX/BLU EarBud
An innovative pair of Bluetooth 2.0 ear headphones built within 2013, these are awesome. You simply charge the controller through mini USB to your PC. The blue looks nice, and the mass is perfect. Probably the best money can buy if you are into Sony’s sound. Personally, I feel these are too flashy but if it’s your style you should grab it fast!