noise cancelling headphones

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I just got an email from CompUSA ...

 THESE are the ones I told you about earleie:
 CompUSA has them today and saturday
 for not $60 but only $20 - no rebates etc
 I'm gonna buy another set.
 These are very good /comfortable headphones.
rest of the sale click " View all "on the bottom of that page> "- Bobb -"
interested in the experience of others in using noise>>>>>> cancelling>>>>>>
headphones (made by Bose and several others now) while traveling>>>>>>
before>>>>>> I shell out three to four hundred bucks for a pair.>>>>>>>>>>>>
arguing about the Bose quality, BUT just after they cameout>>>> I bought Koss
"Behind the Neck "headphones for ~ $30 and they are>>>> great on a plane. No
they don't make the plane "perfectly quiet as>>>> if you were home by yourself",
but they eliminate the drone of the>>>> engines. Actually I bought them just as
"a headset for my Cd>>>> walkman" and found that when the CD ended ( so no music
thru them),>>>> when I removed them I then heard the engine noise. I put them
back>>>> on and and could definitely tell the difference - with them turned>>>>
on vs turned off. They use a AA battery and it lasts about 8 hours.>>>> Even if
I don't want to listen to music on the plane - want to>>>> sleep - I wear them
and can say that they are great.>>> Here's the link to current model:  $49.99>>>^nc^QZ50#pd ( Get the 2 pin
airplane adapter for $1 extra )>>>>>> Very comfortable and very effective at
removing the drone of the jet>>> engines>>>>>> Bobb>>>>>>

Re: noise cancelling headphones

- Bobb - wrote:
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Bob, does this model comes with a "removable" cord like the Bose unit
does, or it non-detachable?

Re: noise cancelling headphones

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non-detachable 4' skinny cord

Also, if you do get them, they are behind the neck version and note that
you can put them on two ways. One way is not comfortable and you cannot
lean back - that's the wrong way ( no kiddin huh?) - swap sides ( L ro
R ) and THEN you'll see that they are flat when you lean back.

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