Are your tired of all the noise and wish to isolate yourself from it all? If so, then you should take a look at the following best noise-cancelling headphones for 2016. Noise-cancelling headphones come at a higher price than the regular headphones. But, that extra price is well worth it if you are a person who always faces a noisy commute to and from work or a loud and disturbing environment at the workplace or home. Let’s take a look at some of the best noise-cancelling headphones in the market today.
Bose QuietComfort 35
Talk about luxury when talking about noise-cancelling headphones and the Bose QuietComfort 35 will most likely be at the top. The headphones are very common during flights and are a big name since Bose has a resounding 15-year dominance in the market. The QuietComfort 35 is what to get if you are looking for luxurious headphones that offer quality sound and equally, if not startlingly-effective, noise cancellation when the ANC is on.
Denon Globe Cruiser AH-GC20
Denon Globe made sure that what they give their consumers is something with a trendy appeal. People who have a thing for Beats by Dre Headphones will find the Cruiser AH-GC20 equally appealing. The pair is wireless and with a crisp ambient noise reduction of nearly 99%. The Cruiser AH-GC20 is easy on the eyes, ergonomically functional, and suited for those long-haul journeys. If you would rather listen to music, then this pair delivers 20 hours of wireless playback with excellent external noise reduction.
The brand is well known in the audiophile sector, but this particular model of noise-cancelling headphones brings out a different side of what the brand can offer. It is a pair of Bluetooth headphones that can superbly reduce background noise when the ANC functionality is switched on. While they are more geared towards delivering fun and quality sound with less external sound, they can still work in noisy environments.
The NoiseHush is a pair of wireless Bluetooth headphones that are among the best noise-cancelling headphones for 2016 that are within the budget bracket. Everything about the pair, compared to other high-end models such as Bose, make it stand out. For instance, the battery is better than average, capable of doing 30hours of playback yet other models that cost thrice as much have a comparable battery life. Also, the noise cancellation is almost at par with the high-end models.
Lindy BNX-60 is a pair of noise-cancelling headphones. What they lack in look they compensate for in functionality. The leather ear cups, 40mm neodymium drivers with a high fidelity are some of the classy touches that give this pair of wireless Bluetooth headphones an edgy look and functionality. The pair can cut ambient noise by nearly 85%. They may lack that appeal ergonomic design, but they are functionally sound. They came with a rechargeable battery that can last for nearly 12hours making them suitable for the noisy workplaces or short quite commutes home from work.