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AnkerDirect via Amazon [amazon.com]NLA has Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones (Black) on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Silver model is also available for $39.99 after clipping $20 coupon. NLA



Alternatively, Anker Official Store [newegg.com] also has Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones (Black) on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free.

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Hard shell case to keep the headphones
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07V9FG4Z1/

Another good case:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0831QJ9JH/

Good under-desk storage option for these headphones (notes: adheres to most surfaces but doesn't work on pressed wood):
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00P31BMHG/

Reviewed here by The Wirecutter, who test-drove them against expensive headphones and the Anker Q20s won Budget Pick:
https://thewirecutter.com/reviews...eadphones/
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From someone who owns both these and the Bose QuietComfort 35 II, I can says I'm extremely disappointed in how well these things cancel noise. In complete silence, Bose certainly out performs, but when you have other audio playing and the additional bass feature activated, it has me regretting the Bose (even thought these weren't out yet). Great headphones and perfect $40 gift for anyone that needs them
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Hi I have the same concern. I'm also looking for a headphone with bigger ears cup or comfortable to wear in a big head. Do you have any recommendations?
The feedback arid powerlines is the headphones canceling out the otherwise inaudible high pitch noise the wires emit. Coil a loop of wire and put it before the lines and you get a free AC/DC power generator
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Are these good for gym?
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bought these the last time they were $40 a couple a months ago. Used em for X-mas trip to France and they are definitely worth it. Only grip I have is that when the ANC is on, you may experience sharp static screeching type noise if you are running down the stairs for example. You can also replicate the screeching when you forcibly tap the side of the earphone. Not a deal breaker and other than that they're great. Can't beat it for $40
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How good is noise cancelation for path or subway? I don't want to blow too much money on headphones. But I have some partial hearing loss. So I don't want to crank the volume up too much to compensate background noise.
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How good is noise cancelation for path or subway? I don't want to blow too much money on headphones. But I have some partial hearing loss. So I don't want to crank the volume up too much to compensate background noise.
I recommend trying them and if you don't like it return them. They are decent for blocking out humming noises but high pitched noises like voices will be noticeable at low volume.
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Bought these on FP several months back. Great value for the performance and comfort. Took on trip to Europe and was very pleased. My wife kept trying to steal them. You can't go wrong with this deal.
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Maybe. I've tried a some in this price range at work before (loud datacenter) and the ANC wasn't all that. I usually just wear my regular earbuds and sometimes just as earplugs, no music.
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Hi I have the same concern. I'm also looking for a headphone with bigger ears cup or comfortable to wear in a big head. Do you have any recommendations?
These ones. These have been kind to my big-eared, big-headed self
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AnkerDirect via Amazon [amazon.com]has Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones (Black) on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Silver model is also available for $39.99 after clipping $20 coupon.



Alternatively, Anker Official Store [newegg.com] also has Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones (Black) on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free.

Note, offer ends 02/09/2020
This or TaoTronics SoundSurge 60? About the same price.
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bought these the last time they were $40 a couple a months ago. Used em for X-mas trip to France and they are definitely worth it. Only grip I have is that when the ANC is on, you may experience sharp static screeching type noise if you are running down the stairs for example. You can also replicate the screeching when you forcibly tap the side of the earphone. Not a deal breaker and other than that they're great. Can't beat it for $40
I also heard loud pops while walking and running. My workaround is to buy a headphone padding (Ebay sells padding with zipper) and wrap around the head band to absorb shocks.
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One underrated use of large over the ear headphone is its usage as ear muffs in winter weather. Decent ear muffs cost at least $20 so for $40 ...why not.
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How good is noise cancelation for path or subway? I don't want to blow too much money on headphones. But I have some partial hearing loss. So I don't want to crank the volume up too much to compensate background noise.
I have 3m hearing protection headphones that I like.

They are passive noise blocking not active and might work better for you with hearing loss.

I take off my active noise canceling ones after a few hours because they feel fatiguing. They constantly producing sound waves for even if your listening to silence.
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This or TaoTronics SoundSurge 60? About the same price.
I've read better reviews on these than TT on previous TT deal. Was waiting for these to drop in price
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I have 3m hearing protection headphones that I like.

They are passive noise blocking not active and might work better for you with hearing loss.

I take off my active noise canceling ones after a few hours because they feel fatiguing. They constantly producing sound waves for even if your listening to silence.
This is really interesting suggestion. Why is active noise blocking more popular than passive ones like 3m. Is it because passive ones are heavier?
3m one is retailing for 46$ on Amazon now
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