Hi, i am yet to try the sound and nc out but my first impressions are that these cans are fantastically built, i have no soreness that you get from some headphones when they press against your head too much and they fit perfectly. I’d sat the way they sit on your ears make them more on ear than over but i think that’s to do with isolating your ears from the outside. The padding is great, the weight is not too much for me and i love how the cans themselves swivel 90 degrees for storage or if they’re round your neck( i find headphones that don’t swivel very restricting when round my neck if i turn my head so this is a bonus)ive seen how beats have their new wireless range but to be honest, these have far more abilities than beats, they’re half price and even at full price, the igagitz still outgun beats in abilities.
I don’t normally write reviews so soon, but i was sceptical on spending so much less than the “flagship” headphones available that have a noise cancelling feature. Honestly, i tried the wireless studio beats last week in an apple store and yes they were nice, but they didn’t sound £330 nice if you know what i mean. They were super comfy though, and that’s the reason i was in the market for another set of wireless headphones anyway (as my current set- £19 bluedios are not very comfortable after 30 minutes). I ordered a set of v-moda wireless from amazon but realised they didn’t have noise cancelling feature so sent them back. A colleague at work showed me a £130 set of philips headphones, but i wasn’t a fan of the gesture system for changing volume/track etc. They also felt like they wouldn’t be that comfortable after a while (pressure on top of the head). I figured, find a set on amazon from a no name brand where reviews say they’re comfy, these were the first set i found that *didn’t* have reviews complaining about comfort. Now i’ve not done a controlled test at all, but honestly- if i owned a set of studio beats and tried these, i would be gutted. I feel like the beats might be a bit more comfy than these, i have just worn them for about 2 hours straight with no complaints- although now i’ve taken them off i can still feel where they were. For sound quality and price alone they get 5 stars, they are pretty comfy and come with a nice protective case (you could put it in a bag with other things and not worry about the case getting squashed).
Truly probably the best wireless noise cancelling headphones i have ever bought. Build – 5/5price – 5/5sound – 5/5noise cancelling – 5/5battery – 5/5just buy them you wont regret it.
Very solid build, a really great sound and a great case comes with them too. I use them while mowing the lawn which is a big deal for me – and previously impossible with headphones which don’t have noise-cancelling capability. We compared them to a pair of £250 headphones that my son owns: the £250 ones were better but it was really marginal. A friend of mine checked these out and decided to get some as well. I love buying these little known brands at low prices from companies who succeed on real reviews as opposed to expensive marketing campaigns. Yes, these are a great pair of headphones.
Features of iGadgitz NC-600 Bluetooth v4.1 Wireless Active Noise Cancelling Headphones Headset (Music Streaming and Microphone for Hands Free Calling) with Travel Carry Case & Adapters – Black
Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones with CSR 8645 chipset and aptX® technology.
I was really impressed with these especially for the money. There comfortable nicely made and come in a travel case with some adapters. Used these on a 9 hour flight and the anc is surprisingly good. Only used half the battery and was using bluetooth and anc on the flight. I’ve only used these over bluetooth to watch films from my ipad and i have to say it does the job very well. If your looking for a pair of bluetooth anc headphones for travelling that won’t break your bank well you’ve found them. Get them you won’t be disappointed.
For a mid price headphone it’s good the only thing i found was it didn’t quite have enough volume but you could rectify that if you use the noise cancelling feature. The headphones were compact and not too painful to wear. Sony headphones are more comfortable ( wired ones) for sound quality ok however i do have a set of akg 451 headphones which have incredible sound over a thousand reviews on that product and just over£40 but are wired. The freedom not having wires is the main reason i changed and use quite well connected to my phone.
I was sent these igadgitz nc-600 headphones for review and i am very impressed. They are well made, the sound quality is excellent and the active noise-cancelling works very well. The first thing to say is that i was genuinely surprised by how good the sound is. I have tested a lot of headphones and these are definitely among the best i have found in this price range – in fact they sound significantly more expensive to me. The sound is excellently balanced with strong, resonant bass and middles which makes them excellent for rock, pop and the like. I also find the treble very good. It’s perfectly ok in normal mode but, oddly, gets a significant boost when the noise cancelling is switched on, which i think improves the sound significantly. I have listened to a lot of music through these headphones, including my test tracks list, which gives all aspects of the sound a thorough trial. It starts with 16th century choral music, it ends with london grammar and it has most things in between, and everything sounds very good to me. Chamber, orchestral and large choral works are clear and distinct with a lovely full sound, and things like classic rock sound great and the deep, rolling bass in london grammar’s hey now (one of my standard tests of headphones) really resonates.
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Good sound quality, price excellent, would have liked a little more volume, nicely packaged in holder, with cables.
Very comfortable over ear with great padding. Headband is a bit large (or maybe my ears are too high). Really nicely presented with a good case. The sound is good but the active noise cancelling is only average. I found it just put the volume up a bit. With no playback there is an obvious hiss when the anc is on. Overall, the listening experiance was a bit meh or disappointing.
I was offered this wireless headset free of charge to test in exchange for an honest review. In summary, the sound quality, the build and packaging is exceptional and way above anything i’d expect at this (around £40) price point. This headset delivers a sound experience i get from my vmoda and sennheiser cans, each of which cost about 4 times this price. And these are bluetooth, so no wires and great battery life. The whole ‘package’ is an experience. To start with, the presentation is superb. I love the matte black presentation; simple and dynamic. The ‘box’ is a card outer with branding and product info. Slip that off and there’s a good quality plain black box, sealed neatly and when the top’s lifted off, there’s a black, grainy, zipped and solid carry case. The box lid is foam padded for protection.
High quality 40mm Mylar speakers ensure crystal clear stereo sound and well-defined bass.
Great value for money – noise cancelling is excellent. Small quibble, the racket casing is a little weak – i taped mine when small cracks appeared, but these are a quarter of the price of sony or blaupunkt equivilent.
I got very worried when i first heard the sound with the wire, because it was a muffled unclear sound. But then after charging them for 10 minutes (needs about 2 hours but mine was full) i tried the noise cancellation and the sound improved immensely. I wish the top bit was a little more flexible and less like eyebrow pluckers but if you adjust it carefully you can get it to a comfortable fit. Haven’t tried the bluetooth yet.
After months of usage, head band join break easily but tape it up is ok.
CD quality sound with noise reduction technology.
I bought these in order to listen to podcasts while using noisy grass cutting machinery. They arrived in good quality packaging and include a nice semi hard case with a bag of cables, adapters &c. The headphones are of good quality and well designed. They work as per the simple instructions included. The active noise cancelling works, and they are comfortable to wear for two or three hours at a time. Bearing in mind they were under £50 i consider they offer outstanding value. Having said that i feel that my sennheiser headphones probably offer better noise cancellation and sound quality, but at three times the price they should – and you wouldn’t want to risk expensive kit out in the garden where its finer points would be wasted.
these igadgitz nc-600 bluetooth headphones with active noise cancelling (anc) arrived for review in box that reminded me of an expensive box of chocolates. Inside there was a smart, zippered, semi-rigid clam-shell case containing the headphones, well written user guide, a small detachable net pouch containing an aircraft adaptor,audio lead for non-bluetooth devices plus a 6. 35mm adaptor and a usb to micro usb charging lead. The presentation and build of the phones appears very good especially at the price point. There’s a generously padded foam headband with adjustable ratchets on either side close to the driver units. There are soft padded ear cups which ensure a good acoustic seal that means improved sound and less sound leakage to annoy fellow commuters. Each ear cup houses a 40mm mylar driver and power is provided by a built in lithium polymer battery which delivers 320mah which, in practical terms, means you’ll get around 30 hours playing time with the anc system only on, 15 hours with bluetooth only and 12 hours with bluetooth and anc. The maximum recommended charging time for the set is 2. 5 hours and the phones weigh in at around 290g. Each of the ear cups sports a “control panel”.
Pairs to Bluetooth phones, tablets or MP3s.
- Item Weight: 821 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 821 g
- Item model number: U4003
- ASIN: B01C8ZEVCM