Best Noise Cancelling Headphones


Noise exists as a common source of pollution in our everyday life. From your neighbour’s generator at home to the time spent at the airport or in traffic where vehicles blare their horns, you can’t but help to wonder if you can enjoy tranquility with the help of music. Noise is the opposite of meaningful sound and noise affects audios to the extent that the purpose of listening to them defeated.

Have you been in the marketplace with that headphones of yours and the noise there did not make you enjoy the music you were listening to? Or the call at the airport was disrupted by the sound of the flying aircraft? You can actually avoid this with what technology has offered us. Noise canceling headphones makes your listening experience pleasurable with the eradication of noise and external sounds. With it, it is you and the audio alone. We present to you 5 best noise canceling headphones that will make you free from those annoying sounds in the train, marketplace or wherever noise get at your ears.

  1. Bose QuietComfort 35 II

Bose does sound wonders as a headphones manufacturer with the Bose QuietComfort 35 II offering excellent sound quality and pleasant comfort. Noise cancellation on the device is class, and this is what Bose has made a name in. Added to the features of the Bose QuietComfort 35 II is an assistant to give responses to any inquiries that you may have while traveling.

An over-ear headphones that they are, the headphones possess easy-to-use controls and packs a good bass. Battery life lasts for about 20+ hours, and charging takes 2 hours for the battery to full.

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  1. Sony WH-1000XM2

With a design that is business-class, these headphones features dynamic, active noise-canceling technology and superb sound quality. Comparing this Sony headphones to the Bose listed above, the Sony headphones comes with a high-end design than the Bose headphones. The Sony WH-1000XW2 packs a slightly better and more optimize noise canceling experience but does not have a well-balanced sound quality like the Bose.


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  1. Bowers and Wilkins PX Wireless

A good sounding headphones, the PX Wireless doesn’t just give out sounds, they also have nice features to go along with. Automatic turning on and off is possible and depends on whether you’re wearing them or not. USB-C charging also exists a feature that is future-proof. The Bose and Sony headphones actually beat the PX Wireless regarding sound quality, but it’s a good one.

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4. Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC


Lightweight Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC also makes a list rivaling with Bose to sit on the noise-canceling throne. The headphone answers the attribute of being affordable and easy to carry about. The HD 4.50 BTNC give out good audio and clean noise-canceling experience.

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5. Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2

Another affordable headphones from Plantronics like the Sennheiser HD 4.50 BTNC, the BackBeat Pro 2 is nice but has few compromises on quality of features due to its price. Though they do not give a clean noise-canceling experience like the Bose and Sony, it has enough isolation for noise.

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