Audio-Technica ATH-ANC33IS Active noise cancelling in-ear headphones with Remote and Mic
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- QuietPoint control creates a noise-cancelling wave that acts as a noise eraser
- Advanced electronics cancel up to 90% of background noise
- Inline microphone and controller for answering calls and controlling music
- Ultra-compact in-ear design ideal for travel
- Innovative ANC circuitry delivers exceptional audio signal in noise-cancelling mode
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Audio-Technica ATH-ANC33iS QuietPoint® Active Noise-Cancelling In-Ear Headphones reduce distracting background noise by up to 90% while offering the superior sound. Electronics in the QuietPoint control module create a noise-cancelling wave that is 180° out of phase with the ambient noise. This wave acts like a noise eraser: it cancels out the annoying sounds that surround you without diminishing the audio you want to hear. The result... a peaceful enclave to enjoy the music or movies of your choice. The ATH-ANC33iS in-ear headphones also feature an inline microphone and controller for answering calls and controlling music. The mic and controller support smartphones, iPhones, iPads, many iPods & other compatible devices.
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Top Customer Reviews
I treated myself to these as I read some great reviews of their predecessor and I own a pair of audio technica cans and they are great. I don't commute much anymore and I hardly ever fly but I do live backing onto the A20 dual carriageway and at times it can be noisy when sitting out in the garden.
I do about 80 percent of my listening to music and radio via headphones so it is worth it for me to get decent ones. I believe these fit the bill well. I won't be that likely to use them indoors at home and I probably won't use them on a daily basis on my lunchtime walks but I believe they'll be a useful member of my headphone collection.
PROS: Great sound, not too bulky in the ears. Noise cancelling is really effective, sort of like closing the windows on double glazing and hearing that sudden silence from the drone of everyday life. You'll still hear external sounds but not drones. For example you'll hear the sound of the tyres of the bus on the road as it drives past you but you'll not really notice the hum of its engine. You'll still hear that idiot motorcyclist who roars past your house every night at 8.30pm. You'll hear your wife offering you a cup of tea but you probably won't hear her approach.
CONS.: The box which holds the single AAA battery and has the on and off switch and volume control on it means these aren't really the kind of headphones you just roll up and put in your pocket. The whole make up of the box and leads is very lightweight and plasticy and you feel you have to be careful not to break it.Read more ›
The ANC33i are musical and maybe I would rate them a 7.5 plus. The active noise cancellation don't give off any noticeable hiss and give a slight boost to sound quality/volumes when switched on . Give the silicon earbuds provided a miss and try on the foam ones, but for even better isolation and sound quality get the Comply T400 earbuds, which will double the bass and cut down external sounds by half once properly inserted.
To be realistic, you wont be able to cut down all the sound of crying children and live in a world of complete silence with these headphones. What you will get is a substantial reduction in continuous sounds like fan, air-condition , tyres sounds from vehicles and the like( haven't not tried on plane yet), to enjoy your music. I like the way you are able to pin the electronic on your shirt and the ability to change volumes so that you don't need to take off your earbuds to talk but I wished Audio-Technica could improve on the thin wires by using thicker silicon (flat?) wires to improve microphonics and maybe find a way to wind-up the excess.
Decent noise cancellation
Musical even without active sound cancellation.
Volume control and microphone.
Did I mention the price?
Cons: Wires are thin and tangle easy.
Comply T400 buds should be provided
the noise cancellation is great - while not as good as bose - its still very good and does drown out a considerable amount of train and traffic noise. effectively this means you do not have to turn up your volume so high and these inevitably helps your ears. works great with iphone.
the only problem is the noise cancellation can cause radio interference if you are using your phone (or someone near you is using theirs) in an area with no 3g. I.e on the GSM or E network. I work and live in london so this is a rare occurrence for me and the earphones work great. For the price - 50 pounds vs 260 for alternates is great
Much better than iphone headphones and the sound quality is great. Very pleased.
They are starting to distort A LOT, and I mean, A LOT the sound. I haven't gone to run with them, I've cared A LOT of them because I loved the quality of sound and the superior active noise cancelling but......what's going on? Are you telling me they work perfectly for just 1 week?
**UPDATE Thursday 31th of March***
Sorry guys but they're not the culprit of distortion, it was my BA500 bluetooth receiver. They still sound fantastic and I'm starting to forget I wear them while I study because I love not hearing the cars outside. My home looks straight into Acton lane, just in front of Acton high School, the pleasure of not hearing any of those cars while I'm studying is worth every single penny. I have paired them now with a pair of better than comply tips, quite cheap from Amazon too, the INAIRS AIR2 tips.
This is a 101 reviewing for this 1st in the list reviewers I so many times see on this products while at the same time I give my own.
1.ANC: When reviewing a noise cancelling headphones people are paying a PLUS for the noise cancellation, therefore it doesn't matter if it's 20 or 300 pounds, they want to know whether it works or not.
THIS PRODUCT: It works.
How properly it works: Well, I went to youtube on the laptop, I found a video of the engine of a plane with high quality sound, then another random one with chatter. The engine is reduce from 100% to 5%. The chatter let's say to 30%. I didn't expect the chatter to be reduced at all. But that's the main reason I bough it. I study in my kitchen and my partner is too noisy, plus the washing machine is here too. This is London, I'm not wasting my time commuting back and forth a proper university library to have some REAL silence.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been using these for some time now and have been really impressed.
I have tried the Bose noise cancelling earphones and if you can afford them then they are superior to... Read more
Are they headphones? YES.
Does the active noise cancellation reduce ambient noise? YES.
Are these an affordable equivalent to something like the Bose QC20? Read more
Claimed would reduce ambient by up to 90%. It didn't. I couldn't tell the difference between the background noise level with it switched on or switched off. Very disappointed.Published 2 months ago by Ms R.
I returned this product because it performed very poorly. The noise cancelling function barely worked at all.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought for a friend for air travel. She is pleased with them and the fact that the battery is easily replaced is a bonus, but they are not as good as my Bose at limiting external... Read morePublished 3 months ago by JRD
I am reasonably happy with these as I am buying a second pair. The first pair was bought in Feb 2014 and they have recently begun to fail with occasional crackling and the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by S. Jasinski