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By LivDigital 12 July 2013

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PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A LIVDIGITAL SHOP PRODUCT, AND NOT A FULL TECHSMART REVIEW.

Noise Cancelling Headphones (Black)

Sony's MDR-NC7 features a convienient, foldable and swivel design with the ability to reduce unwanted ambient noise by approx. 87.4%. It also includes a convenient, dual-use capability that gives you the option to listen to your music with or without the noise cancellation feature.

Reduces unwanted ambient noise by approx. 87.4%, providing a quieter environment to enhance your listening experience
Foldable and swivel design which allows the headphones to fold up to a small and compact size
Dual use capability, which allows for the option to listen to music with or without noise cancellation
Plug Adaptor is supplied to connect directly to stereo or dual jack of in-flight music service


General
 
Type:     Dynamic, Open-Air
Driver Unit:     30mm
Sensitivity:     102dB/mW (on), 100dB/mW (off)
Power Handling Capacity:     100mW
Impedance:     33 ohms (on), 35 ohms (off)
Frequency Response:     30 - 20,000Hz
Magnet:     Neodymium
Cord:     OFC Both Sided
Cord Length:     1.5m
Plug:     L shaped stereo mini plug (Gold)
Power Source / Battery Type:     DC1.5V, 1 size AAA battery
Battery Life:     Approx. 50hrs (With alkaline battery)
Weight (Without Cord):     Approx. 134g (Including AAA battery)
Supplied Accessories:     Inflight Plug Adaptor, Carrying Pouch

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A LIVDIGITAL SHOP PRODUCT, AND NOT A FULL TECHSMART REVIEW.

PROS
Reduces unwanted ambient noise by approx. 87.4%, providing a quieter environment to enhance your listening experience
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