These earbuds with active noise cancellation are like nothing you’ve ever used before

Noise Cancelling Earbuds

You finally cleared some time on your calendar to sit back, relax and enjoy your first run through The Life of Pablo, when it happens. Your family gets home. Kids are crying, parents are screaming, and there’s no way you’re going to be able to enjoy Kanye’s latest and greatest in peace. If only you were alone on a remote island instead.

Of course, if you’ve got a pair of Panasonic Noise-Canceling Earbud-Style Travel Earphones with active noise cancellation, you can close your eyes and you won’t even be able to tell the difference between your crazy house and a remote island paradise.

From Panasonic: “Enjoy high-quality sound without disturbance from the outside world with Panasonic’s RP-HC56-K Noise-Cancelling Headphones. Smart sensor technology detects and counteracts ambient noise for a clearer, more serene listening experience. The compact, pen-style controller lets you easily control volume or turn on noise cancellation with a single touch. The RP-HC56-K includes three pairs of earpads (S/M/L) so you’ll be sure to get a comfortable fit. A handy travel pouch is included.”

And a few more key details from the product page:

  • Up to 22 dB of Noise Reduction
  • Pen-Style Design with Clothing Clip
  • Powered by 1 AAA Battery
  • Up to 40 Hours Operation Time
  • Includes 3 Pairs of Earpads
  • Includes Air Plug & Carrying Pouch

These earphones are over $70 on Amazon, but they’re just $25 from B&H for a limited time. Note that these earbuds are nothing like the “noise isolating” buds you’ve used before. Noise isolating is a fancy term for “things that stick in your ears” — these actually use special technology to actively cancel outside noise, similar to the over-ear headphones Bose popularized.

Panasonic Noise-Canceling Earbud-Style Travel Earphones: $24.99 with free shipping from B&H

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