Able Planet Clear Harmony Active Noise Canceling Headphones with Linx Audio

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Able Planet Clear Harmony Active Noise Canceling Headphones with Linx Audio
$39.99 + $5 Shipping
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I’ll Stick with my ADH-700s

Does anyone know how good the noise canceling is on these? Or how good the bass is?

only one review, and not a very good one at that…

Wonder what the usage time is off the one AAA battery.

no gracias. me gusta sony’s

If they haven’t shipped - can I upgrade - trading 2 of my Maxell 2’s from the other day for one of these?

I can only find bad to so-so reviews, so… no thanks.

Now, if it would just cancel out my wife’s nagging all the time, I’d pay twice the price!

what’s crazy is that I was JUST about to order, but then I realized it was for the headphones and not the little head manican… doh!


I’ve been looking for a new pair of headphones, and these seem like a good deal - the cheapest I can find them somewhere else in the internet tubes is $69.99. Hmmmm… Can anyone speak to their quality?

Enhanced speech clarity? Here’s one for all you medical transcriptionists out there.

Nice Cnet Review: “The headphones cannot really be used without noise canceling activated, and when it is activated, the antinoise is clearly audible.”

Sounds like I’m going to bed.

I see these all the time over on Sellout.Woot. What, the college kids don’t even want them so they are getting pawned off on the regular, meat and potatoes wooters?

I think we are related through marriage…

2.5 Stars on CNET. Not terrible, especially for the price.

Operating instructions in Word format from their website. $99.00, so this is an awesome deal if they are any good.

Three reviews from CNET, alaTest, and Wired

CNET: 5.3/10

alaTest: 8.7/10

Wired: 7/10

CostCo is closing out their Sony version of these for under $50. 2x the quality, and CostCo has a full-year return policy, no questions asked. Let’s see… Sony, or a No-Name company, with only a single review, and that was very negative… I’ll take Sony for $50, Alex!