Are the ultimate noise cancellation headphones here?


Raymond Burns TV-Bay Magazine
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StudioSeries (an Editors Keys company) have just launched a brand new pair of noise cancellation headphones, which will simply blow you away.

Whether you’re looking to enjoy a plane journey for the first time, by taking out the noise of the engines and surrounding passengers, or use them to film without the distraction around you taking over, then these could be the answer you’ve been looking for. These new premium headphones, compete with the likes of Beats and Bose noise cancelling headphones, which cost around £249.99. At launch these will cost just £99.99 for the first four weeks before going back up to £199.99.

The headphones feature with both passive and active noise cancellation. Passive, the headphones ear cups themselves, which you will hear block out the exterior noise really well. Active, the headphones actively listen to outside sound, and play the opposite sound frequency to filter out noise in your ear. I'd really recommend using them outside near traffic to hear the difference. Don’t have any music playing and just switch the headphones on and off whilst outside, you should notice the sound in your ear almost goes silent! It's an amazing piece of technology.

The cups are also constructed from high grade metals and offer a amazing finish. To find out more about these new headphones you can visit www.editorskeys.com

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