Using this at work (garage) replaced a DAB hearing protection, works many times better, the damping in general is excellent, with active damping it's king, could have been more squeezed on the ears so it's better is no big problem.
- Very solid, good quality
- Excellent sound
- Connects quickly and easily to the devices
- Touch controls work well
- Best noise reduction I've tested
- Gets space in the jacket pocket
- Good battery life
- Creates disturbing sounds when I walk or run with the headphones.
- Works best when you are at rest
- Occasionally, touch the controls when I adjust the headphones
This is a very good buy is is definitely worth the money (2590kr). My favorite headphones currently.
Bought them on Amazon Marketplace so I could return them if they were bad (it has gnällts on some Web pages in addition to that they mostly received very good reviews in general).
However, I am very satisfied. Would first have them linked directly for Apple TV 4 and it works just fine! Apple TV turns off the sound from the HDMI when connected headphones. Perfect.
Very good sound (relatively high treble), comfortable (in all cases for summary judgment giant ears), little knirk when moving, amazing range and I do not like handling via touch on the right cover is so severe that many try to claim. Recommend that you kolllar these if you are prepared to buy headphones in this price range. Can not recommend them for jogging, however.
The ear cups have a function for the optimization of the NC and I still do not know what effect this has.
Better sound and more comfortable than my AKG N60.
Update: Take a look at the Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2, which I then switched to. Milder treble, no creaking, holds tighter and pauses automatically when you take off them (and will start again when you wear them). Sony ear cups have been a bit more efficient ANC.
Superb combination of comfort, build quality, sound quality, battery life and noise reduction.
Really cruel trick! If you want to use APT-X, which is significantly better audio formats, you can activate this on the Mac through the Apple Bluetooth Explorer (link at the bottom) in the Audio Options -> Force APT-X. This causes the sound to become lossless. You can then hold down the Alt key and pressing the Bluetooth icon to see what codec to use. The headphones themselves are comfortable and have really good features so I'm happy. Unfortunately, the mic is not particularly good, which means that you have to remember to turn off the NC otherwise it sounds very bad.