Best noise-cancelling earbuds: the true wireless way to cut out background noise

Willhiro

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The Sony's "Reasons to Avoid" are "Lack volume controls", and "No aptX HD support".
How come that is not "Reasons to Avoid" for the Apple Airpods. Should they have the same listed? Unless they do have them
 

Mikeyz

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I am surprised it states there is no touch volume control on the Bose QuietComfort buds. According to the official Bose website it clearly states this is supported. You slide you finger up/down the right bud. I am about to buy them so can confirm this later. I did also check some Q&A on amazon from people who have purchased this product. At least one buyer stated it does have volume control.
 

YiG

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Ok then.. the Technics appear to have gained a star, the review it links to shows they were only given 4 stars. Something changed that warrants the extra star??
 

Mjp

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The Sony's "Reasons to Avoid" are "Lack volume controls", and "No aptX HD support".
How come that is not "Reasons to Avoid" for the Apple Airpods. Should they have the same listed? Unless they do have them
Reasons to avoid Apple Airpods: Apple.
 

Mjp

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From budget to premium, we've got a pair of noise-cancelling true wireless earphones for you.

Best noise-cancelling earbuds: the true wireless way to cut out background noise : Read more
As an owner of a pair of Sony WF-1000XM3, I must say the noise cancelling is underwhelming at best. The main problem, and it may apply to all of these, is the seal between buds and ear. If this is poor, noise leaks past, there is zero cancelling, and total loss of bass.

The only noise cancelling headphones I know of that work, are on or over ear types, which also isolate noise and have superb sound quality that no buds can come close to matching.

I reckon anyone buying any of these buds will be disappointed.
 

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