- Jul 3, 2002
Have any other members used these items? If so, are they really effective and which would be the best value? Remembering the old larger style headphones, my major concern with these is hot ears!
Unfortunately not. As redrat said, they actually make conversation clearer by blocking out ambient noise. Tried them at work once - it blocked out the hum of the computers very well, but that meant I could hear conversations from 20 metres away!icemann said:Can I get a pair for when my fiancee is nagging me ?
They would be worth their weight in gold
Well you have just removed the 4 post common recommendations, being Shure and Etymotic in-ear models, and Bose and Sony active noise cancelling models. So in my mind you are starting in position 5 on the top-10 list :roll: .Damien said:From my online research, I've seen a huge difference in the prices of what is out there. This is what I've decided: I want over-ear, as opposed to in-ear. I want active noise cancelling. From my own personal experience, I refuse to buy anything with either Bose or Sony written on it.