Samsung Noise Cancellation Headphones Can Diminish Ambient Noise

Feb 03, 2017 12:14 AM EST | Hem Cervantes

The next generation of wireless headphones will feature an Active Noise Cancellation, which reduces unnecessary ambient by its active noise control. The Samsung Noise Cancellation Headphones allegedly come in a variety of color scheme including green, silver, red and black.

Samsung revealed that the level in its Active Noise Cancellation headphones can diminish ambient noise up to 20 DB, which offers more immersive listening experience. The headphones also offer a new feature called "Talk in Mode," which enables the user to hear outside sounds.

The noise cancellation headphones come in two types. These are active and passive. The passive means while the headphones pressing against the head some sounds cutting out in the process of closing the ears off to the world outside. Plenty of headphone users claim that this is some sort of advanced technique, however, it is just to keep sound out.

On the other hand, the active noise cancellation involves some pretty interesting process to cancel out the sound. Along with the padding which passively blocks sound. A microphone is planted in the ear wells of headphones, which actively analyze the ambient noise level and reflecting sound waves back into the ear that works to zap the outside noise. The purpose of this type is to hear nothing but the music or whatever the user is listening to.

The Samsung new pair of headphones is allegedly an upgraded "Level In" with ANC In-Ear Wired Headphones, which are now available in the market.  The Active Noise Cancellation headphones will be allegedly available for purchase from late of April this year.

In terms of price, the headphones are expected to be up for sale at $139. It will bring interest to see what other surprises Samsung has in store for their consumers. It was reported that there will be more details about the new Samsung noise cancellation headphones along with the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus launching.


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