Published on March 18th, 2019
When we are travelling music acts as a source of stress reliever. Not only that your journey becomes a little shorter when you have a source of music around.
However, music can be enjoyed only when there is no sort of distractions around. Noise of any kind can just hamper the essence of listening to music. To help you we are bringing a list of 10 Best noise cancelling headphones For Travel.
These headphones would make you relax with your choice of music thereby removing any scope of being distracted or disturbed.
You can pick any one of these headphones and be assured that your experience of travelling to long distances is enjoyable indeed. Not to mention that they also reduce any kind of obstructions you might be facing.
1. New Microsoft Surface Headphones
Hear crisp, clear audio. Omnisonic Audio wraps you in your favorite music, shows, and more. Easily control volume and adjust noise cancellation levels with on-ear dials. Even your voice is captured with exceptional clarity.
Listen in comfort and style all day with soft ear cups and lightweight design. Use voice or touch to adjust volume, skip tracks, mute your mic, and end calls.
I tried these headphones and the Bose QC35II and I have to say Microsoft did an incredible job. The dials are awesome, they’re comfortable. I like the fact when you turn them on it tells you how many hours left in the battery.
2. Bose QuietComfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones
Shut out the world and lose yourself in your music–or hear what’s around you. It’s your choice with the first in-ear noise cancelling headphones from Bose. Quiet Comfort 20 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones are engineered to let you enjoy better sound every day, everywhere you go.
Turn on noise cancelling to reduce surrounding distractions and focus on your music. Or, at the touch of a button, activate Aware mode so you can hear what’s happening around you without removing the headphones. Inside, exclusive TriPort technology brings your music to life while additional Bose technologies provide dramatic noise cancellation rivaling any full-sized headphone on the market today.
Proprietary Stay Hear+ tips create a soft, secure fit. The inline microphone and remote easily let you switch to calls and provide control for select Samsung and Android smartphones and tablets. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to 16 hours of use.
Review: Jack Sparrow
I’ve had these for about a week now, and I gotta say I’m totally in love. I’m amazed by the noise cancellation because I bought them despite everyone telling me they weren’t going to work for the purpose I was buying them for–i.e. my loud, noisy upstairs neighbors with their toddler who literally does laps for hours on the hardwood floors.
Although it doesn’t take away 100% of their noise, I would say there’s a good 80% reduction such that I definitely don’t have to blast my music in order to sleep (my ear drums are very thankful), and after so long I can actually have the audacity to sleep-in on the weekends.
3. Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless – NoiseGard Adaptive Noise Cancelling
Sennheiser’s premium headset tailored specifically for the discerning business traveller. This stylish, compact and foldable headset delivers exceptional sound quality, class-leading adaptive noise cancellation and crystal clear speech clarity. Ergonomically engineered for wearing comfort and intuitive control, this headset upgrades the on-the-go audio experience.
In an often frantic and stressful traveller’s world, the PXC 550 Wireless puts the listener in control of their sensory environment – it’s what we call ‘upgrading to First Class. Troubleshoot-headphones do not attenuate the ambient noise even though noisegard is active, ensure that ear pads are securely hooked to all corners of the ear cups. Ear coupling – Circumaural
Review: Donald Armstead
So these are pretty big step up for me. I generally buy headphones in the $100 range and I can definitely tell the difference in overall build quality as well as sound. I somewhat like the twist to turn on feature but I worry it won’t last as some reviewers have said. The touch controls work great for volume and skip but not so well for play/pause. The over-ear fit and comfort are fantastic for me. I have pretty big ears and have no issues.
4. Bowers & Wilkins PX Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones
Supported Bluetooth Codecs:aptx-HD , AAC , SBC Supported Bluetooth Profiles : A2DP v1.3 , AVRCP v1.6 , HFP v1.6 , HSP v1.2 , GAP , SDAP , DIP
Review: Scott Kaiser
I was skeptical about the PX because I read great reviews everywhere but Amazon. I’ve owned the P5 and P7 as well as the B&O H8 and H9 as well as some Bose cans.
When I first received these they sounded very plain with the bass being extremely pale, however, the sound stage was phenomenal. I was ready to return these but kept forgetting to bring the box to the post office for about a week and boy I’m glad I didn’t.
5. COWIN E7 PRO Active Noise Cancelling Headphones
COWIN is known for designing and engineering some of the world sounding high-end, COWIN E7 active noise cancelling headphones have satisfied the hundreds of thousands of consumers, advanced active noise reduction technology, valuable price, great sound quality, deep powerful bass, comfortable protein earpad, and long playtime.
Now, we have COWIN E7 PRO [2018 Upgraded]. We will give you new great noise cancelling headphones, COWIN E7 PRO [2018 Upgraded] ANC Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear. Much better Noise Cancellation, Much better Sound Quality, More comfortable, Much cooler, enjoy yourself, lose wire.
Consider this a 4.5 star review. These are some pretty excellent headphones for the price, and I was pleasantly surprised when I received mine – they’re a bit better than I expected in almost every way. They do have a couple of minor flaws – one of which seems not so minor to some people – and the sound quality isn’t *quite* as good as the best headphones on the market. That said, the best headphones can run hundreds of dollars, and these are less than a single Franklin.
6. JBL Everest 750 Over-Ear Wireless Bluetooth Headphones
Your life, your music, your comfort the all–new JBL Everest Elite 750NC is truly shaped around you. Smartly engineered, enjoy wireless freedom with up to 20 hours of listening pleasure on a single charge. In Adaptive Noise Cancelling (ANC) mode, control what you want to hear for up to 15 hours.
A 3–hour quick recharge, an echo cancelling microphone for hands–free calls, Legendary JBL Pro Audio Sound, compact hard carrying case and flat–fold design elevate these headphones to travel companion par excellence. Meticulously crafted from premium materials and conceived for a snug fit and long–lasting comfort, these sleek and elegant headphones come in metallic finishes and colors. Dare to listen.
In my opinion, these are the best value for money in NC Bluetooth. Good sound, good features, and very comfortable. The NC isn’t groundbreaking, but it’s not ear fatigue inducing either. The app gives you some cool features. The carrying case is well made. Plus, they’re not as expensive as the comparable models I tried. Only con I can see is the color is much bluer than the photos (closer to a sky blue than grey). Guess I’ll be keeping these. Highly recommended.
7. Bose QuietComfort 25 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones for Apple devices
QuietComfort 25 headphones are engineered to sound better, be more comfortable and easier to take with you. Put them on, and suddenly everything changes. Your music is deep, powerful and balanced, and so quiet that every note sounds clearer. Even air travel becomes enjoyable, as engine roar gently fades away. No matter how noisy the world is, it’s just you and your music—or simply peace and quiet.
Review: Nicole Mitchell
When I received the product it was amazing, sounded just as I expected. Within a couple months the left side of the headphones started giving trouble and eventually stopped working. When I contacted Bose they sent me a replacement but within a month the same problem occurred. When I contacted them and informed them about the issue they said that there was nothing they could do. I am very disappointed by the quality assurance and their customer service. I will not recommend anyone buy this product or any of their others.
8. Plantronics BackBeat PRO 2 Special Edition
Plantronics BackBeat PRO 2 Special Edition – Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones.
Review: Brett Dent
I have a long commute to and from work every day via car, train, bus, and walking. I was looking for a set of headphones that would allow me to focus more on the music and podcast I’d be listening to while also saving my ears from being thrashed by being forced to max out the volume on my phone to get sufficient sound.
9. Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones WH1000XM2
Sony’s WH-1000XM2 premium noise-canceling headphones let you completely immerse yourself in your music anytime, anywhere. Bluetooth and NFC technology offer wireless freedom, while industry-leading noise cancellation blocks out background noise.
These sound great noise cancelling now better than bose. The sound out of these headphones blows bose out of the water also. Good app for the headphones. You have to have them adjusted just right to be comfortable for long periods but once you find that sweet spot can wear for hours and hours and the sound is awesome out of the headphones. Hard to find replacement pads though.
10. AKG N700NC Over-Ear Foldable Wireless Headphones
Experience a first-class listening experience with Grammy-winning, studio-quality sound. Hear only what you want, whether you’re listening to a book, catching some sleep on the plane or taking a call on the street. Tune out background noise or control how much you let in. Made with memory-foam ear cushions, a padded adjustable headband and a 20-hour battery life, you can listen for hours in comfort and style. And a flat, foldable design lets you stream, listen, or make and take calls on the go.
Review: Edward A Creskoff
The AKG N700NC may be used wireless via bluetooth or with a line. The provided line has a mic and may be used with a smartphone headphone jack. The package also comes with a USB to micro-USB charging cable, an airplane headphone jack adapter, and a travel case. There is an app that may be downloaded to Apple and Android devices. The app is helpful as it provides dynamic assignment of a function button on the headphone, permits EQ customization, and toggles on/off an auto-off feature.