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The world around us is just packed to the brim with bustling activity and also with the noise that accompanies such activity. Sometimes the noise can get a little too much for our head to take in and we just want to shut it out; to do that we whip out our headphones and get lost in the world of our music. Click here to read about different headphones.

The PXC 450 is a circumaural high-end travel headphone set with NoiseGard™ 2.0 technology and TalkThrough function for the best possible attenuation of ambient noise. The PXC 450 enables an unprecedented sound experience for people on the move, thanks to its adaptive baffle damping in combination with the patented Duofol diaphragms, which prevent unwanted partial oscillation and thus guarantee a highly natural, lifelike sound quality. NoiseGard™ is an active noise compensation system which Sennheiser originally developed for use by pilots, who have to rely on good sound quality and efficient protection against ambient noise even in high-noise environments. NoiseGard™actively compensates the noise, based on the physics principle of sound and counter-sound. NoiseGard™ 2.0 has perfected the NoiseGard™ principle thanks to the use of optimised circuitry design and even more efficient processors. It also uses better quality microphones, which enable more sophisticated pick-up of unwanted noise. Specially developed filter algorithms enable improved active noise compensation of up to 90% (23 dB). It is of course also possible to use these headphones passively, i.e. without NoiseGard™ and without batteries. Users of a PXC 450 who wish to communicate with their neighbours can do so without taking off the headphones: when the TalkThrough function is activated, professional quality microphones mounted on the outside of the headphones pick up all acoustic signals in the immediate vicinity. Unwanted background noise, such as the sound of the engines on a plane, is filtered out electronically to a great extent, so that only the neighbour’s voice is passed on through the headphones into the user’s ear in top audio quality. The PXC 450 is foldable and is supplied complete with practical transport case, 2 AAA batteries and audio adaptors (double mono and 6.3mm). Volume control integrated in the headphones and a single-sided detachable and replaceable cable ensure maximum convenience for the user.
Simply THE Best G4Me ONE is the crème de la crème headset for home gaming. It is arguably the most comfortable high-end gaming headset on the market and it features an extremely accurate and natural sound experience. Feel THE Game, NOT THE Headset Feel the rush, the beats, the tension and the awesome sound. Not your headset. The G4Me ONE gaming headset features an extremely accurate and natural sound experience. The open design ensures that air can be led through to your ears, keeping your head light and cool for hours of non-stop gaming. Soft AND Light Whether you play for 30 minutes or all night long, the G4Me ONE ensures that you do not break a sweat. The headset features XXL plush velvet ear pads and a cushioned headband. These features ensure maximum comfort – even during your longest sessions. German Engineered Technology The two transducers in the G4Me ONE have been developed at our labs in Germany. They are optimized to provide an extremely accurate reproduction of the gaming audio, no matter what type of game you play. Every single unit is mechanically and acoustically tested. Intuitive Controls With volume controls integrated onto the right ear cup, your reaction time is cut down as you won't have to spend time searching the cable for the controls. The G4Me ONE also features a convenient microphone mute function too. Simply lift the boom arm and you're off the air. A Perfect Match Sennheiser is the only audio company that makes both the precision microphone equipment your games are recorded on, and the headsets you use to play them. So why would you go for any other gaming headset brand?
Simply THE Best G4Me ONE is the crème de la crème headset for home gaming. It is arguably the most comfortable high-end gaming headset on the market and it features an extremely accurate and natural sound experience. Feel THE Game, NOT THE Headset Feel the rush, the beats, the tension and the awesome sound. Not your headset. The G4Me ONE gaming headset features an extremely accurate and natural sound experience. The open design ensures that air can be led through to your ears, keeping your head light and cool for hours of non-stop gaming. Soft AND Light Whether you play for 30 minutes or all night long, the G4Me ONE ensures that you do not break a sweat. The headset features XXL plush velvet ear pads and a cushioned headband. These features ensure maximum comfort – even during your longest sessions. German Engineered Technology The two transducers in the G4Me ONE have been developed at our labs in Germany. They are optimized to provide an extremely accurate reproduction of the gaming audio, no matter what type of game you play. Every single unit is mechanically and acoustically tested. Intuitive Controls With volume controls integrated onto the right ear cup, your reaction time is cut down as you won't have to spend time searching the cable for the controls. The G4Me ONE also features a convenient microphone mute function too. Simply lift the boom arm and you're off the air. A Perfect Match Sennheiser is the only audio company that makes both the precision microphone equipment your games are recorded on, and the headsets you use to play them. So why would you go for any other gaming headset brand?

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Headphones are quite possibly the best way to enjoy music and other types of audio on a very personal level. They are these little speakers that are attached to a headband that sits around your head to deliver audio directly to your ears. As there are many people from many different walks of life, there are different types of headphones for everyone.

Types of Headphones

Over-ear Headphones

Over-ear headphones utilize the standard headphone design with a headband, but the padding on the earcups are usually larger to accommodate the ears of people. The headphone earcups on over-ear headphones sit around the ear instead of on them, effectively sealing out external noise and providing a more comfortable listening experience. These are also usually larger types of headphones.

On-ear Headphones

On-ear headphones are like the opposites of over-ear headphones. On-ear headphones are usually much more compact and sometimes even foldable for portability and easy storage. As the term suggests, on-ear headphones have smaller earcups which sit directly on the ear of the listener; depending on the person this could be rather uncomfortable in longer listening sessions.

In-ear Headphones

In-ear headphones are also known as earphones or earbud-type earphones. These are the simple and compact headphones that you usually see packed inside your smartphone’s box, along with an inline microphone for calls. In-ear headphones provide the best noise isolation because of the way its rubber tips sit inside the ear canal, sealing it from external noise. More expensive and custom made in-ear headphones are also known as CIEMs, custom in-ear monitors – typically used by professional musicians to monitor their sounds.

Close-backed Headphones

Closed-backed headphones are the normal everyday headphones that you see all over the place. It’s the headphone that most people will commonly buy off the store shelves. Closed-back headphones are called that way because of the way they are built, with their drivers put into a sealed space in the headphones. These offer better sound isolation in comparison to open-backed headphones, but without the superior acoustics.

Open-backed Headphones

Open-backed headphones have … an open back. The drivers sit in the headphones with an open back behind the drivers. Having open-backed headphones delivers superior audio in comparison to closed-back headphones, with the acoustics of the room coming to play with delivering natural tones to music – however there is a downside to this: your music can be heard by others and you can hear external sounds, which makes it unsuitable for use in public areas.

There are also other types of headphones that are designed to be used for a specific activity such as sports headphones or monitoring headphones for use in recording studios. But regardless of so, they all share the same types of features as listed above.

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