Active Noise Control

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Active Noise Control

The use of energy-consumptive systems to reduce “white” noise by applying specific algorithms and computer-controlled digital processors, to generate sounds opposite that of the undesired noise(s), effectively cancelling their effects.
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Sony launches the MDR-1000X, industry-leading noise cancelling headphones.
With conventional in-ear noise cancelling headphones, today's athlete is limited to only full noise reduction or no noise reduction.
AudioSmart noise cancelling technology makes no compromises on music playback quality and requires no post-processing to compensate for music dynamic range loss that is often a characteristic of alternative noise cancelling solutions.
21,990 and the company claims that it can offer 20 hours of battery life with Bluetooth and noise cancelling switched on.
JBL delivers excellence in immersive audio with technologies like adaptive noise cancelling and true wireless whilst ensuring comfort driven design, making listening to music more effortless: JBL brings the power of music to you wherever and whenever so you can make the most of the moment.
Its noise cancelling feature keeps one focused and its light weight with soft memory foam encased in breathable Japanese protein leather ensures comfort to the user during long gaming sessions.
The truly wireless style WF-1000X is completely free of wires and fits snugly in-ear while incorporating Sonys industry leading noise cancelling technology a first for Sony.
Noise cancelling headphones run off a battery and use clever microphones built into the cans themselves or a little box incorporated into the cord.

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