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Audio-Technica MSR7NC Noise-Canceling Headphones

Audio-Technica MSR7NC Noise-Canceling Headphones

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Dla robiących zakupy z Polski. Biorąc pod uwagę cenę 208.12$ .Nie opłaca się ! Różnica w cenie końcowej to 21,5 $. (73,48 zł). Gwarancja w Polsce a nie w USA. Przeliczenie :208,12+23%VAT(bez cła)=256$ tj 875,52 zł. Cena w Polsce ...949 zł. Dla samej gwarancji i czasu ...za mała oszczędność jak na zakup na Massdrop. Załączam zdjęcie z ceną.
i would rather pay a little more (around $250) for a sony wh-1000xm2 or QC35 II.
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If you feel like I treated you with anything other than respect, I regret it. I like all other enthusiast enjoy sharing my opinion, and my understanding of the way technologies have been implemented in different headphones. I am definitely a fan of the products I represent at Audio-Technica, but, I would never intentionally bash another manufacturers product for any reason. I certainly respect the opinions of others here, I learn something new every day. Best to you and appreciate every comment you shared.
poteetb1
Appreciate ur reply but technically saying others ar "muddle / attenuate" is one way of "bashing". Once again, some headphones implemented in a certain way doesn't mean it got to be sounding worse , its a trade off but doesn't necessarily means ur product got better out come. Therefore when ppl saying hes rather get something else u don't threw out the "bluetooth" "altitude" craps like ppls ar idiots they will belive anything u said. And even worse, u made a practical joke about what i said of the price, u ar sneaky on the "bluetooth /altitude" urself but accusing me of lying ? i don't c any respects from that, its not an aggressive pricing, its --a honey hole that u would buy another pair in a hot minute , u said that not long ago, remember? Anyway... u have a nice day.
I love my regular msr7 set without noise cancellation... hmm... I guess having NC sounds cool but I am not a fan of it.
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IMHO, they are definitely 2 different animals. QC35 is also BT.
poteetb1
once again yes it is BT but u dont have to use it wirelessly, u could just turn the BT off and plugs in a data cable.
I got these a while back from an authorized dealer for $179, likely still available if you check the biggest online retailer. Said used like new but they were new in box, with the box having very minor dents (size of a grain of rice) in the corners. As for sound, exactly like the non NC MSR7. I've used them on 1 plane ride so far, the noise cancelling works great. It's not up to the best Sony/Bose NC but with its NC enabled it will cancel out enough engine noise to listen to your music or movie at moderate volume. I would rather have these due to the superior sound quality it delivers with or without NC on.
LTech221
I agree they are definitely not in the same category of the Sony/Bose NC models, it is with good reason. These headphones were actually designed for Hi-Res audio. The noise cancelling circuit within the MSR7NC was designed to enhance the musicality by diminishing standard room noise as opposed to attenuating the drone of an aircraft engine. Problem is marketing wise what else conveys to remove background noise other than NC. Noise-cancelling and venting technologies work together to maintain the Hi-Res Audio reproduction in both active and passive noise-cancelling modes. It does work but, I agree with you we might need to look at another category like "Music Enhancing Noise Reduction" MENR?... Glad to hear your Used Like New purchase went well. We constantly have to work to eliminate fraudulent cases and counterfeit merch off of the biggest online retailer.
poteetb1
I actually really like the concept and don't have any big issues with the marketing. I'm curious though, is there anything stopping the MSR7NC's hardware from being able to go from music enhancing noise canceling to more extreme noise canceling? Bose, Sony, and others support tweaking ANC modes. It's weird that that isn't an option on the MSR7NCs... is it because that's just not possible with the way music enhancing NC is implemented?
I don't have an issue with the wear of my MSR7s. Read reviews carefully and you will find that the noise cancellation on these are marginal at best. You can pick up a refurbished pair of MSR7s that are good as new with warranty for under $150.
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The noise cancelling circuit within the MSR7NC was designed to enhance the musicality by diminishing standard room noise as opposed to attenuating the drone of an aircraft engine. Problem is marketing wise what else conveys to remove background noise other than NC. Noise-cancelling and venting technologies work together to maintain the Hi-Res Audio reproduction in both active and passive noise-cancelling modes. It does work but, I agree with you we might need to look at another category like "Music Enhancing Noise Reduction" MENR?...
Don't expect Bose, Sony or even Audio Technica ANC7/9 levels of noise canceling from these. I had both the ANC9 and the MSR7NC at the same time and it wasn't even a contest. The ANC9 is suitable for airplane rumble and some office noise but doesn't block talking and above frequencies and fan noises still get through. But even with that said the MSR7NC is significantly worse than the ANC9, the MSR7NC honestly doesn't negate much background noise at all and you're probably better off with just a full set of closed headphones (MSR7's are vented) instead if you're on the fence about noise canceling. They still have the same sound signature as the MSR7's (bright and very detailed) but in my experience they're very poor at active noise canceling and even the older products do much better in that regard. The MSR7's do sound quite a bit better however.
$5 off? What a steal!
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I really expected a "hold my beer" comment thread following the gauntlet thrown down above. =-)
poteetb1
lol
I have a bad experience with M50x hurting my ears after about 30 minutes of use. I solved that issue with a new pair of pads from another manufacturer. But I don't think this applies to headphones using noise cancelling as their selling point. They've got to be comfortable right out of the box. So the question now is: are these comfortable?
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I do a lot of flying, and you are absolutely right. The pilots are like commercials at 2:00am, when you fell asleep with the TV on. =-/
aig84
I say so, I am a big fella, and while most materials cause me to sweat like, I don't know what, these can get a little toasty around the ear pad, after an extended listening session. Best to take a break during those times and have a snack. YMMV, YUMM
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