Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7B QuietPoint Active Noise-Cancelling Closed-Back Headphones

August 2, 2013 - Comment

These lightweight, compact headphones boast circuitry that effectively reduces distracting background noise by 90% while offering the superior audio quality that has made Audio-Technica a worldwide leader in electro-acoustic technology. Arrive refreshed after a long flight, avoid distractions in a noisy office, or find peace and quiet in your living room with ATH-ANC7b QuietPoint Active

These lightweight, compact headphones boast circuitry that effectively reduces distracting background noise by 90% while offering the superior audio quality that has made Audio-Technica a worldwide leader in electro-acoustic technology. Arrive refreshed after a long flight, avoid distractions in a noisy office, or find peace and quiet in your living room with ATH-ANC7b QuietPoint Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones.

Product Features

  • QuietPoint noise-cancelling headphones feature noise-cancelling circuitry that effectively reduces environmental noise by 90%
  • Closed-back headphones feature large-aperture 40 mm drivers with neodymium magnet systems for impactful bass, extended treble and higher fidelity
  • Lightweight, compact, fold-flat design is ideal for travel; fully integrated electronics: no external modules needed
  • Full-size 1/4-inch adapter and specialized airline adapter for connecting to in-flight entertainment systems, and a handy carrying case
  • Redesigned, comfortable earcups with generously cushioned padding and a shape that fits easily over any ear

Comments

Joshua Brooks says:

Bose QC15 vs. Sennheiser PXC 450 vs. Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b Bose QC15 vs. Sennheiser PXC 450 vs. Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7bDisclosure: I have tried all these on an airplane. I am not an audiophile. Noise Cancelation is the most important attribute to me.The Carrying Case: All three are quite durable and stiff.1.) Bose- the smallest, a low profile, room for an Ipod, accessories too.2.) Sennheiser- Square shape, low profile, however not a lot of room for anything else in case.3.) Audio Technica- Nice big case if you want to carry extra stuff (Nintendo DS, ipod, etc).Build Quality:1.) Sennheiser- you can tell this is built VERY well. Strong plastics, good components, thick cord. Top notch. You feel like you are getting something really high quality.2.) Audio Technica- Nice solid construction, appears durable.3.) Bose- If this had a Sanyo logo on the side, I would not have flinched. How can something $300 be so incredibly cheaply made.Size:1.) Bose-…

Brett W. Horn says:

Very Nice Set of Headphones I have owned these headphones for a couple of years now. I have used them on a multitude of flights. I also recently purchased a new set of Bose QC15s because my ATs were inadvertently thrown into the washing machine when they made their way into a pile of laundry. I am now able to provide a comparison between the two products. They both have their positives and negatives. The following lists are arranged in order of my preference with a score out of 10 in parentheses.Appearance:1)Bose (8/10)2)Audio Technica (6/10)The Bose are definitely cleaner and sleaker in appearance. The AT’s are simply too bulky for my taste. I feel like I have a set of soup cans on my ears when wearing them.Materials:1)Audio Technica (8/10)2)Bose (5/10)The AT’s definitely have a shell that is sturdier and more resistant to abuse. The Bose feel cheap considering the high cost.Comfort:1)Bose (9/10)2)Audio Technica (7/10)…

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