Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b QuietPoint Noise Cancelling Headphones

Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b QuietPoint Noise Cancelling Headphones

Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b QuietPoint Noise Cancelling Headphones


Product Info


The Audio-Technica ATHANC7b headphones offer six compelling advantages over other products of similar functionality:
- Seamless background noise reduction of environmental noise, up to 90%

- Recording professional sound quality and accuracy - the competency that has made Audio-Technica the choice of major recording artists and audio professionals worldwide

- Legendary quality, consistency, durability and value

- Around the ear comfort for long hours of listening or tranquility

- Audiophile sound quality performance with Apple iPod, iPhone and iPod touch portable music and DVD players, laptop computers, in-flight entertainment systems and other devices

- The ATHANC7b headphones can be used for listening even without a battery

Audio-Technica ATHANC7b Specifications
- Type: Active noise canceling
- Driver diameter: 40 mm
- Magnet: Neodymium
- Frequency response: 10 - 25kHz
- QuietPoint active noise reduction: Up to 20dB
- Sensitivity: 109dB
- Impedance: 300 ohms
- Maximum input power: 500 mW
- Battery: AAA (alkaline)
- Battery life: Up to 40 hours, typical (alkaline)
- Weight: 210 g (7.4 oz), without cable and battery
- Cables: Detachable 1.6 m (5.2') with 3.5mm (1/8") stereo mini-plug; Detachable 1.0 m (5.2') with 3.5 mm (1/8") stereo mini-plug - Connector input: 3.5 mm (1/8")
- Accessories included: 6.3 mm (1/4") stereo adapter, airline adapter, AAA battery, carrying case with attached accessory pouch

Product Reviews
The Audio-Technica ATHANC7b received Editors' Choice Award for their true audiophile sound quality and effective noise cancelling. This is an audiophile grade product for avid listeners who also are frequently on-the-go.
Digital Trends August 6, 2009.

This is the best pair of noise-canceling headphones available for the price, and a smarter purchase than Bose’s QuietComfort 2 or 3 models, which have various issues with fit, battery performance, and pricing that take them out of Audio-Technica’s league.
iLounge August 10, 2009.

There was little difference in performance between the $300 Bose QuietComfort 2s and the Audio-Technica QuietPoint ATHANC7b. A comparison of the noise-cancellation performance showed a negligible difference between the two. And while the QuietPoints don’t have quite the base heft of the Bose unit, they seem to reproduce sounds in the treble range with more clarity.
Cult of Mac September 12, 2009.

HardOCP Audio-Technica ATH-ANC7b Headphone Review, August 4,2010

Customer Reviews