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Noisehush i7 Noise Canceling HeadPhones

  Introduction   Some say silence is golden but I have to disagree. Only hearing what you choose to is golden. Blocking out the world with music is one of the best ways to relax and erase the stresses of a long day. It is even better when you can’t hear the kids or the television in the background. Wish you had a mute button for them? Sorry not available yet. The next best thing would be headphones that reduce unwanted ambient noise. This is the basis of noise canceling, allowing you to escape your surroundings and hear what you want. Sometimes however, this comes at a premium sticker price. Noisehush has been very active in mobile audio over the last 5 years and are known for their NX80 in-ear and BT700 Bluetooth headsets. Noisehush wanted us to take a look at their latest offering which is geared towards comfort, great sound and affordability. The new NoiseHush i7 active noise canceling headset has a big challenge in front of it. Let’s see if it is up to the task.   Specs • Frequency: 30Hz-20kHz • Speaker Type: 40mm • Neodymium Cone Impedance: 32ohm • Power Output: 100mW • Noise Reduction: 20dB max • Sensitivity: 98±3dB • Audio Connector: Gold Plated • Cable Length: Detachable 5.9 feet • Jack: 3.5mm • Weight: 175g • Battery Life: Up to 120hrs Features • Genuine Leather • Pure Comfort • Around-Ear Design • High-Definition Sound • Premium Memory Foam • Superior Battery Life • Foldable for Portability • Travel Ca...



 
 
 
 
 

Gigabyte Fly Headset Review

Gigabyte is one of those companies that when you hear their name you know they will have something good. We all know Gigabyte for producing some of the top motherboard and GPU's on the market today, but Gigabyte has stepped into new territory with the Gigabyte Fly headset. This one is designed for the music lover in mind, not the gamer or PC enthusiast. The Fly is a lightweight headset designed for style and comfort as well as audio fidelity. The Fly has a stylish aesthetic, from the rhombus pattern on the headband to the brushed metal ear cups. It lets you make a statement while listening to some good tunes. The Gigabyte Fly weighs in at only 79g for long use without fatigue. The Fly sports a 40mm Neodymium driver that has a frequency of 15000-20000 Hz with a sensitivity level of 122 dB/mW. Before we start this review here is a word about GIGABYTE.





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