Panasonic RP-HC200-K auricular - Auriculares (Supraaural, Diadema, 1000 mW, Alámbrico, 1.5 m, Níquel) Negro
Descripción del producto
Auriculares: 3,5 mm
Color del producto: Negro
Contactos del conector chapado: Níquel
Frecuencia de auricular: 10 - 21000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 1.5 m
Obstrucción: 330 Ohmio
Peso: 157 g
Potencia máxima de entrada: 1000 mW
Sensibilidad de auricular: 91 Db
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de imán: neodimio
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Every time I fly I say I am going to get Noise-Canceling Headphones to reduce the jet engine noise on the flight, but I always procrastinate. I recently took a flight to NYC and this time I swore I was going to buy some. I went to electronic stores to test several models out. The Bose were fantastic, but their price is outrageous. I knew if I spent $300.00 on headphone my wife would pitch a fit, and probably me too. But at least after testing headphones for myself I knew Noise-Canceling technology works. I searched Amazon and studied different models for hours. I finally bought Panasonic RPHC200K headphones because of the reviews, my past great experiences with Panasonic products, and I must admit......the price. I just got back yesterday from NYC and I must say these headphones are absolutely SUPER. When I flipped the switch to engage the Noise-canceling feature it was absolutely amazing how wonderful it was. I watched a movie and played music on my iPhone through them and I couldn't be happier. I couldn't even hear the banging of the beverage cart or the chatter between other customers. And best of all, my wife thinks I made a super purchase getting them at such a reasonable price and wants me to get her a set for the next trip.
I am not reporting on audiophile-type sound response here. I didn't buy them for that purpose. I have those already. I bought these headphones for the purpose these are intended; to reduce/eliminate external noise produced by airline engines, traffic, lawnmowers or mother-in-laws. But I must say my music is still pretty darn good playing through these Panasonic Headphones!
I highly recommend the Panasonic RPHC200K Noise-Canceling Headphones to anyone who doesn't want to spend an arm and a leg on Bose or some other brand.
Set your expectations according to the price of these headphones, and you won't be disappointed. Flip the switch on the left side (powered by a single AAA battery), and you will notice a reduction in ambient noise. However, the actual amount of noise cancellation is minimal. At 200Hz, the RPHC200Ks reduce ambient noise by 14db. For comparison, the Bose QuietComfort QC20 in-ear noise cancelling headphones (some of the best on the market) reduce that same sound range by over 40db, according to TheWireCutter.com.
I find that these are good at cutting out the din of the office, muting distant conversations and HVAC noise. While they won't mute nearby conversations, they do dull them, and make them less distracting. So these are great for office use. If only they could cancel smells - my office neighbor likes to take off his shoes... I've used them while traveling - they do cut out a good bit of airplane noise, and I'd imagine they'd be useful in other situations as well.
They start out a little stiff, but they quickly break in to be extremely comfortable. Again, I wear these all day, every day at work, and they feel like an extension of my head. Music fidelity is pretty darned good as well.
So why four stars? First of all, my first pair of headphones snapped while in a backpack (which was easily fixed with superglue), so durability is questionable. Then after almost a year of heavy use, that same pair developed a habit of making an subtle electrical buzzing noise every once in a while, just enough to annoy me. Note that the buzzing only happened when the noise cancellation was enabled, meaning they are still perfectly functional as simple headphones.
In looking for a replacement, nothing comes close to these in terms of price. Having use these and loved these for so long, despite their quirks, I saw no other option but to buy a second pair. And if these die, I'll probably buy a third!
I have a Panasonic NC Headphone from around 1999 that I have used extensively. They finally broke, so I opted for these as a replacement. They are updated from what I had.
These fit snug but well and not too tight. There is ample padding. They come with a cloth carrying case and a 2 prong adapter in case you are on an older plane that has the old 2 prong out jacks. Those are getting very rare these days, but there are a few out there and it's nice having the adapter. They also come with a solo AA battery to insert in one of the ear cups. They only need one AA. My old phones took two, one on each side.
This type of Noise Cancelling is not top shelf. It works, but it's not "DRAMATIC". You will get noise reduction. When you engage the switch, there is a difference. I'd estimate it cuts noise by 40 or 50 percent. It is worth the low cost to try these and see if you like them. They are no different NC-Wise than my old Panasonic headphones, but for the price I did not expect them to be. In fact, I think I paid around $89 at an airport for my 1999 Panasonic phones. So the price is greatly reduced! That's a perk.
I'm satisfied and will use them, HOPEFULLY, another 10 years. By then, I hope to not be traveling on business any longer, but sitting at home listening to music where NC Phones are not needed. In the mean time, these are a good buy for the money.