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You brain has capability to disregard many background noises. They still are present and cause fatigue, but you become unaware of them. During ten minutes, your brain will discontinue blocking these sounds from your consciousness.
If you take them off after ten minutes, you'll be amazed by amount of noise they had been cancelling. These headphones can be used as regular headphones for listening to plane's audio system, movies, or any other sound device. With these, everything will sound even better because much of background noise is cut out. This will create new levels of listening enjoyment for you.
With a good noise canceling headphone, you'll also be able to listen to recordings or movies at a much lower volume. There's no competition with background noise. That's good for your hearing.
I frequently use noise canceling headphones with a portable CD or cassette player. I'll leave volume set and later use regular headphones. The volume setting I used with my noise cancelling headphones was so low that when I switched to regular headphones, I couldn't hear anything.
You can also use noise canceling headphones by themselves without external audio to make your world much quieter.
Noise canceling headphones are helpful for resting and solitude. That's because wearing them signals people around you that you want to be left alone. If you're worried about that over-talkative person in seat next to you, putting these on can be a great way to discourage them from initiating conversation.
Noise canceling headphones are so effective at reducing noise fatigue that many pilots use them in-flight. Headphones with this technology are great for in-flight radio communications in noisy, propeller-driven airplanes.
Warning! Once you've tried these there's no turning back. You'll be hooked on them and will want to use them regularly.
What Makes One Noise Cancelling Headphone Different From The Rest and Why Do The Prices Vary So Much?
If you've ever seem ads or displays for noise cancelling headphones, you've likely wondered why prices vary so much.
I've used two different noise cancelling headphones extensively, and had chance to try several others for extended periods.
With that experience, I've found two different noise cancelling headphones best suited for all-around use.
There are many on market, but these two stand out. One is expensive but worth it, and other is surprisingly less expensive than many others.
I've also found best places to get each of these.
For a complete review of these as well as more information about noise cancelling headphones, please go to: http://www.pilot-pauls-travel-accessories.com/noise-cancelling-headphones.html
Pilot Paul is a captain at a major U.S. airline. He also hosts http://www.Pilot-Pauls-Travel-Accessories.com where an airline captain helps you with your travel needs.
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