Top 10 Noise Cancelling Headphones 2020


Introduction:
Noise-cancelling headphones are headphones which will essentially reduce unwanted ambient sounds using noise control. You’ll find a ton of models out there for you to choose from. But hey, if you’re having a hard time choosing, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve scoured the internet and created this list of top 10 noise-cancelling headphones of this year. 

Sony WH-1000XM3

The third-gen of Sony’s noise-cancelling headphones and considered the best noise-cancelling headphones to date. This pair of headphones is exceptionally good at noise reduction, and that’s why people seem to love it so much. 
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It comes with a comfortable fit and fantastic sounds quality. That and a pretty impressive battery life i.e. up to 30 hours. While we don’t see any major upgrades from its predecessor, the WH-1000XM2, we do some subtle tweaks here and there. For example, a more comfortable pad along the bridge of the headphones and lighter design. 
You can get them from Amazon for $348.

Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700

Now the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 sure isn’t any Sony WH-1000XM3s, but they are a pretty neat pair of headphones.  What makes us say so? Well, traditional noise-cancelling headphones will block out ambient sounds from around you so you can hear your music clearly, however it doesn’t work the same way when you’re making a phone call.
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This is where Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones step in. They’re designed to not only give better sound but they also block out unwanted noises during a phone call as well as while playing music, pretty neat feature right there. In terms of noise cancelling it is definitely one of our top picks. 
However you may find them a lot pricier than the previously discussed Sony WH-1000XM3s, $400 to be exact, and they also have a comparatively lesser battery life; 20 hours. That being said, you’ll still find them to be a pretty nice performer. 

Apple AirPods Pro

Apple’s most recent AirPods come with noise cancellation, a better fit and better sound quality. Sounds like a deal to us. All at the price of $250.
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Where they provide users with strong noise cancellation, they also come with a winning design and fit and that’s partly why users love them.  They also come with a customizable transparency mode. This will allow you to switch so you can hear external noises, like any normal headphones. 
So if you’re an iPhone user looking for a neat pair of noise-cancelling headphones, consider trying out the Apple Airpods Pro. 
(We’ve also heard talk of Apple developing an upgraded, cheaper version of the Airpods Pro, to be released by 2022)

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