Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7 QuietPoint Active Noise-Canceling Headphones help you arrive refreshed after a long flight, avoid distractions in a noisy office, or find peace and quiet in your living room. T... Click To Read More About This Product
Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7 QuietPoint Active Noise-Canceling Headphones help you arrive refreshed after a long flight, avoid distractions in a noisy office, or find peace and quiet in your living room. These lightweight, compact headphones effectively reduce distracting background noise by up to 85% while offering the superior audio quality that has made Audio-Technica a worldwide leader in electro-acoustic technology.
Ideal for use with MP3, CD, DVD and in-flight entertainment systems, ATH-ANC7 QuietPoint closed-back headphones feature large-aperture 40 mm drivers with neodymium magnet systems for deeper bass, extended treble and higher fidelity. Noise-canceling electronics are fully integrated in each earpiece, with no need for external modules. A single AAA battery powers the active noise-canceling technology; the audio functions in passive mode even without the battery.
Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7 QuietPoint Headphones fold flat for easy portability. They include a detachable cable (remove for noise-canceling function without audio) with 3.5 mm mini-plugs, a full-size 1/4" adapter, a specialized airline adapter for connecting to in-flight entertainment systems, and a handy carrying case.
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Obviously, the direct competitor with the ANC7 is Bose's line of NC headphones. When you see the price, you may think that Bose is better, simply because these are cheaper. That is definitely not the case. This pair sounds much better than the Bose to me (I owned both). The highs are crisper and of higher quality, and the mids are fantastic. The Bose may seem to have more bass, but that is simply the result of Bose programming them that way. The ANC7's are better balanced and have more accurate and quality bass. In terms of comfort, the Bose are slightly better. But both are excellent. Both fold flat and have detachable cords, so you can simply wear them on (for example) an airplane, just using the noise canceling (without a pesky cord) and not listening to music. However, when the Bose battery dies, so does the music. The ANC7 can play music with NC on (using the battery) or with NC off (no need for battery). This is a great thing when you are stuck with a wonderful selection of songs but no battery. The choice was simple for me: sell my Bose QC2 to my brother, and buy an ANC7. It's cheaper (by over $100), and they sound better. Bose simply has a status symbol going for their headphones (and their respective prices).
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