Creative Labs HN-900 - Auriculares (Diadema, Binaurale, Negro, Alámbrico, Cualquier marca, 3.5 mm (1/8 "))
Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Negro
Contactos del conector chapado: Oro
Efecto de cancelación de ruido: Si
Frecuencia de auricular: 20 - 20000 Hz
Frecuencia de micrófono: 100 - 10000 Hz
Funda de transporte: No
Indicadores LED: Si
Longitud de cable: 1,5 m
Marca compatible: Cualquier marca
Micrófono, impedancia de salida: 2200 Ω
Peso: 168 g
Reducción de ruido: Si
Sensibilidad de auricular: 100 dB
Sensibilidad de micrófono: -38 dB
Tecnología de batería: Alcalino
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de auricular: Binaurale
Tipo de dirección de micrófono: Omnidirectional microphone
Tipo de imán: Neodimio
Tipo de interfaz: 3.5 mm (1/8 ")
Opiniones de clientes
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1. Noise cancellation works well. You won't notice it when you turn it on at home, but you will definitely notice it in the plane, very effective.
2. Sound is good. I won't be an audiophile wanker and describe high end and low end intricacies, but I listened to movies from a tablet, music (electronic and rock) and both sounded good.
3. Comfort. I've never owned a headset before. So I've also never worn a headset for an absurdly long period of time. I'm currently in my 8th hour straight of wearing these, including while sleeping, these are comfortable enough, although I have taken 5 minute breaks here and there.
4. Price. Compared to other noise canceling headsets, I think the price for these is very good. I've tried the Bose and the sound is probably a better, but you pay a lot more for those, so I think these are good value.
I take away one star: half for comfort, half for sound - these are good headphones, but there are probably higher end options that will be better in these areas if you are willing to splash the cash for them.
EDIT: only after the return leg did I realize how good these headphones are. They significantly cut down on plane noise to the point where I was astounded at how loud the engine noise was when I had them off. There's not too many flights int he world where you need a headset for 30+ hours of flying total and these do the job. Can't recommend them enough. Excellent value for the price.
Hope this helps and no I am not paid (or unpaid) endorser. Enjoy!
So when I needed a pair of noise canceling headphones that didn't require taking up a loan I looked at Creative headphones first. These didn't disappoint. The noise canceling works well, reduces airplane noise to comfortable levels. With music on, you can forget you're on an airplane. The sound is pretty decent too and there is no creaking or squeaking of the frame. Bass is more than adequate with clear midrange. Highs could be a little more pronounced but that's fine. These are headphones designed for noisy environments so you can't expect perfect musical experience. And they are priced reasonably enough that I could afford two sets for me and my wife.
They are comfortable and light, we wore them for 4 hours straight without any discomfort at all. The earcups cover your ears tightly to the point that you have to re-seat them to let the air in when the elevation changes during takeoff and landing as they start "sucking" on your ears. This adds to the noise isolation though and is not uncomfortable.
The cable is detachable. They use a single AAA battery. I used them for nearly 10h so far on a single battery, I'm not sure what the max is.
Unfortunately, like most noise canceling headsets these require to be turned on to get the full sound. With NC turned off sound is weaker and flatter.
I bought them in April 2014, they *were* used so I really don't know how old they were. They appeared undamaged when I got them.
Today (November 2014) they just broke. A few months ago part of the arm on the left side broke, the part where the top that goes over the top of the head slides in and out to adjust the size, but I was able to tape it up and it was fine. Today the part where the arm twists just above the earcup, that snapped and the left cup is now dangling by the cord. They're unusable, tape definitely won't fix it this time.
I contacted Creative support and they said there's a 1 year manufacturer's warranty, but since they're used I don't know if that's expired or not. I may contact amazon about it but I doubt there's anything they'll do.
I'd like to think I take good care of my electronics, aside from taking them on and off several times each day.
I would say these are worth getting -- IF you don't plan to use them heavily or for an extended period of time.
I don't think I'll be getting anything from Creative again, I'll probably try to find something with metal arms connecting to the earcups, or at least something with more durable plastic.