Send your suggestions here







Date: March 17th, 2010
Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Able Planet
<--CLICK FOR PRICES ON ABLE PLANET HEADPHONES IN AMERICA
<--CLICK FOR PRICES ON ABLE PLANET HEADPHONES IN CANADA

 

PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH



The NC300B headphones have an around the ear design; this provides some passive noise canceling if you don't have the active noise canceling turned on. The headphones feel very well built and look like they cost a lot more than they actually do.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The inside of the ear cups are well padded for extra comfort. The cups are also quite adjustable by rotating or extending them to get the best possible fit.



On the right ear cup are the controls, which are as simple as can be an on/off switch and a light to indicate power. Also note the 3.5mm socket on the left ear cup.



Also on the right ear cup is where a single AAA battery is inserted for the active noise canceling. The headphones will still work even without this feature activated, there just won't be as much background noise eliminated.



The headband is well padded and also adjustable to fit different head sizes. During testing I could barely feel that the headband was there, yet the headphones still felt secure.

 

 


<< PAGE 2 HOME PAGE 4 >>

Calling all tweakers

SAMSUNG BD-D6500 3D BLU-RAY PLAYER REVIEW

PATRIOT PCBOWAU2-N WIRELESS N USB ADAPTER REVIEW

SAMSUNG SA850/S27A850D 27 INCH LED MONITOR REVIEW

ASUS BW-12B1LT INTERNAL 12X BLU-RAY WRITER REVIEW

  • Motherboards
  • Memory
  • Processors (Box)
  • Processors (OEM)
  • Cooling Fans
  • Graphics Cards
  • Digital Video
  • Hard Disks
  • DVD ROM
  • CD ROM
  • CDR/CDRW
  • Multi Media
  • Cases
  • Power Supplies
  • Input Devices
  • LCD Monitors
  • Networking
  • Printers
  • Scanners
  • Software
  • Notebooks
  • PDAs


    Search for lowest prices in
    for

  •  
     

    All modifications published on this site are for your own responsibility.
    TweakNews.net is not responsible in any way for damage caused.

    Copyright www.TweakNews.net