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That is a good choice when you are disturbed by noise. Wolfson Microelectronics Digital Silence DS421D Premium Stereo Headsets with three selectable ANC modes that allow users to optimize the noise cancellation performance for their specific environment.
WIth many new headphones being unveiled at CES 2015, you might well be planning your next purchase.
Manufacturers constantly vie to produce the best sounding, or the most intuitive headphones; at this year's CES in Las Vegas it's been no different. Known for portability, comfort and noise-isolating characteristics, over- and on-ear headphones are always a popular category.
AKG was out in full force to unveil a new pair of over-ear headphones, designed in collaboration with music producing legend Quincy Jones. Phaz Music introduced a pair of over-ear headphones that feature patented power-transfer technology to transfer energy from the rechargeable Li-Ion battery, directly to your mobile device and recharge it as you go.
Elsewhere, House of Marley unveiled the US$250 Tribute over-ears, which feature 50mm drivers; the Legend Active Noise Cancelling over-ears, meanwhile, are due out this Autumn for US$280. In-ear headphones have a range of uses: the morning commute, home-listening and out for that weekend jog.


JBL announced some sport in-ears of its own in the form of the Reflect Response BT and Synchros S210BT.
The company has also announced a pair of battery-free noise-cancelling headphones in the form of the JBL Reflect Aware. Meanwhile, House of Marley unveiled some in-ear headphones next to its over- and on-ear ranges.
Although my favourite are still the Fidelio M2BT, I keep trying each single one (which has a certain quality) to add it to my comparison list.
Sorry Sir Joe, but it would take an age to compile such a list and given the number of new headphones launched at CES this year, we simply didn't have the time or resources to cover them all. It features 14 hours of HD audio playback for high quality music and will continue to function as a normal headset even if the battery does run out. This year saw several new pairs introduced, with the Marshall Major II (above) - announced at CES Unveiled - among the first. An "audiophile-grade" amplifier powers the 40mm drivers and a 15dB bass-boost button improves low frequencies.


CES 2015 saw a good few new pairs announced, all with these uses in mind and with new, intuitive technologies very much on the agenda.
First are the Journey BT in-ear sports headphones - wireless and aptX compatible, and having been created with "content and performance in mind". Also announced by House of Marley are the Mystic in-ears and Little Bird in-ears.
Taking design cues from Marshall's amplifier range, these new cans feature customised drivers that deliver "deeper bass and a more refined midrange".
The cans also benefit from noise-cancellation and sound customisation technology, which promises to continually adjust bass and treble to prevent distortion.



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