5 customer reviews
Highly recommend these Headphones
Prior to buying these I had researched them and while one reviewer would have like to be able to turn the side pieces, I found no problem with fit. They do a great job of blocking out surrounding noise.....My teenage daughters! The sound is excellent. Lows are naturally great as Velodyne is known for this, but I also found the highs & midrange to be excellent as well. I tend to prefer the highs and midranges more than base, but over all range was superb to my daughters Beats headphones. Additionally, I love the hush button on the side mutes the noise so I don't have to stop the music or remove the headphones to talk to someone.
Bottom line, I would highly recommend these to a friend and I already have!
Quiet air travel for life
its the dynamic range
I have quested and tested many headphones. the really accurate headphones are constrained with poor dynamic range. Others have brightness in some area of the spectrum. The vQuiet is relatively accurate, but the great surprise is the dynamic range and soundstage is wide open. Noise cancelling is good and comfort is great. Tried te vFree wired and this one is superior
Best Noise Cancelling Headphones on the Marketing!
I purchased one these fancy headphones after seeing it at CES this year. This active noise cancelling headphones is awesome. It has an awesome design with fully adjustable headphones and a very soft padded ear cushion. I could wear these for hours and wouldn't feel any pain or discomfort. The vQuiet has an on/off active noise reduction switch that is super useful. I turn it on when I'm in the coffee shop where its super noisy and turn it off when I'm already home where it's quiet. The vQuiet uses is rechargeable so its more environmentally friendly as opposed to those AA or AAA batteries. I'm not sure if this feature only works on the vQuiet but the headphones still works without having the active noise reduction turned on so even if you're out of batteries you can still enjoy your music. The beats by dre my friend had required batteries and if it runs out, you pretty much have no headphones to listen to because it won't play anything.