Noise Cancelling Headphones Review For 2019

We offer noise cancelling headphones review so you can see exactly what the latest products offer that others don’t, as well as lists to help you find the best noise cancelling headphones from companies like Kensington, Bose, Sennheiser, and others. If you are looking for the best way to enjoy sound in the peace and quiet, you need a pair of top noise canceling headphones – and you also need Gadget Review’s latest headphone reviews and comparisons of leading headphones products!

Latest Noise Canceling Headphone Reviews

Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones Review

Beats Studio3 Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones Review

The Beats Studio3 Wireless is the company's latest update to its noise-cancelling flagship over-ear headphone. There is a feature-packed list of updates, such as Apple's inclusion of its Bluetooth W1 chip (bringing seamless pairing and extended range), active noise-cancellation reworked with intelligence, significantly boosted battery life, and better acoustics. But…
New Amazon Patent: Noise-Canceling Headphones That Listen for Your Name

New Amazon Patent: Noise-Canceling Headphones That Listen for Your Name

Amazon may be making a safer pair of noise canceling headphones, with a feature that can detect key warnings and names.
Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphones Review

Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphones Review

Beats has kept up with the times with the Studio Wireless. It not only packs Bluetooth wireless capability, but noise-cancellation technology as well. Together with a fold-able design, this is an ultimate on-the-go audio experience. Read our review to find out if the Studio Wireless is worth the money.
Sennheiser Momentum Wireless Headphone Review

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless Headphone Review

The Momentum Wireless brings Sennheiser's flagship Momentum over-ear headphone to the Bluetooth wireless era. It also gets active noise-cancellation technology. This is a pricey headphone, but Sennheiser promises the same stellar audio quality as its wired counterpart. We put this to the test in our Momentum Wireless review.
Bose QuietControl 30 Hands On: Most Advanced In-Ear Phones Ever?

Bose QuietControl 30 Hands On: Most Advanced In-Ear Phones Ever?

Battery life limitations, a lack of visceral confidence in a reliable connection and diminished sonic fidelity has kept me from fully embracing Bluetooth in-ear phones. The Shure SE215 are good though. If these concerns mimic your own, you may have the same change of attitude I did after hearing and…
JBL’s New Noise Canceling Reflect Aware Earphones are Light and Sporty

JBL’s New Noise Canceling Reflect Aware Earphones are Light and Sporty

Looking for in-ear headphones that still have active noise cancellation? JBL's Reflect Aware headphones have your solution.
Samsung Level On Pro Headphones Pack Noise Canceling and Sharing Into a Small Package

Samsung Level On Pro Headphones Pack Noise Canceling and Sharing Into a Small Package

These Level On Pro headphones may have a short battery life, but it's hard to find a slimmer pair of noise canceling headphones than this.
Sony’s New Wireless, Noise Canceling Headphones Do a Bit of Everything

Sony’s New Wireless, Noise Canceling Headphones Do a Bit of Everything

Sony has created a pair of stylish headphones that are too big for exercise, but provide excellent noise cancellation and wireless capabilities for just about everything else.
Bose QuietComfort 25 Noise Cancelling Over-Ear Headphone Review

Bose QuietComfort 25 Noise Cancelling Over-Ear Headphone Review

The Bose QC 25 in a lot of ways sets the standard for over-ear headphones. The simplistic design effortlessly works well, and the fit and comfort are impeccable. Bose excels with noise cancellation technology, so if you value an isolated music experience, look no further.
Bose QuietComfort 20 Noise Cancelling In-Ear Headphone Review

Bose QuietComfort 20 Noise Cancelling In-Ear Headphone Review

Noise-cancellation technology is a benefit that we've been seeing on full-sized headphones. Fortunately, Bose has pushed the limit and incorporated it into its flagship in-ears, the QuietComfort 20. There's a lot to like about the design. Despite having noise cancellation, the ergonomics and fit are no different than typical earphones.…
How Do Noise Cancelling Headphones Work?

How Do Noise Cancelling Headphones Work?

Noise-cancelling headphones are a dime a dozen in 2016, but how does the technology behind them actually work, and is it as safe as we think it is? Read on in our guide to find out.
Best Noise Cancelling Headphones 2019

Best Noise Cancelling Headphones 2019

It takes an appreciable amount of extra technology and materials to make headsets both hi-fi and sequestered from external sound waves – which is why these big, bad headphones tend to cost more but provide one of the most isolating sound experiences.
Philips Noise-Canceling Headphones Use Lightning Cable Connection

Philips Noise-Canceling Headphones Use Lightning Cable Connection

The headphone jack is typically seen as inviolate – universal, irreplaceable, and great just like it is, the 3.5mm prong that we all know and love. Philips isn’t sure. In fact, the electronics company is proposing a totally new type of sound connection for its noise-canceling headphones, using the Lightning…
A-Audio Legacy ANC Headphones Review

A-Audio Legacy ANC Headphones Review

Noise cancelling headphones have a bad rap, and for good reason: the theory is great, but in practice most fall flat. The principle of noise cancellation is simple: block out interfering audio by creating an interference pattern so the bad noise is cancelled out. However, there’s almost always a lot…
I-MEGO Walker JR Noise Canceling Headphones Review

I-MEGO Walker JR Noise Canceling Headphones Review

Over the ear headphones have a distinct advantage in that they can screen out much of the ambient noise surrounding the listener. But when confronted by the hum from an air conditioner or that of a jet plane’s engine, an unruly crowd or just some family members talking in the…

Learn More About Noise Cancelling Headphones

Did you know that there are many different ways for noise cancelling headphones to work? The two largest categories are active and passive cancellation. Active cancellation headphones tend to be more expensive, because they include sensors that create feedback to cancel out incoming noise – more suitable for particularly noisy environments. If you aren't sure what kind you need, or are worried about the often high prices of noise canceling headphones, Gadget Review can point you in the right direction, as well as explain what features are important and which are just for show.

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