Q: Is it worth investing my money in buying a noise cancelling headphone?
A: Noise cancelling head phones are priced higher for their ability to cut out noise. If you are someone who travels a lot via airplanes and find yourself in transit most of the time, then this would be a good option. You will find these headphones useful if you work in a noisy environment as these will reduce the stress and irritability caused by constant noises. Despite that investing in a pair of noise cancelling headphones will give you isolation in your home. Since most high-end companies like Bose and Sony make noise cancelling headphones, you can be sure of both their efficiency and the fact that they would have a good life and if maintained properly you won’t have to buy another pair ever after this. Hence if you feel that your needs would be fulfilled through a pair of noise cancelling headphones, we recommend you to buy a pair of these from our noise cancelling headphones section especially curated for your needs so you don’t have search a lot.
Q: What is the difference between noise cancelling and noise isolating headphones?
A: Noise isolating headphones only lower or muffle sound over ears using the padded covering over the ears. Whereas, Noise cancelling use active noise cancelling methods using an internal microphone. The microphone records the noise outside and generates frequencies opposite of the noise outside so that they get cancelled, and the noise gets reduced. Hence noise cancelling reduce more noise and preferred over noise isolating and are more expensive.
Q: Does your website provide in ear noise cancelling earphones?
A: We have a curated section of noise cancelling headphones and in ear earphones also. In ear noise cancelling earphones are light weight and less bulky than the normal headphones however they are less efficient in blocking noise cancelling in compared to headphones. However, we recommend in ear noise cancelling earphones in comparison to normal earphones.
Q: Can my noise cancelling headphones be used without playing any music?
A: Some models have passive modes that allow you to use noise cancelling even if the cord isn’t connected to any music source. To know more check the user manual of your product.
Q: Can I use my noise cancelling headphones with mobile phones?
A: Most noise cancelling headphones are plug-and-play so as long as your mobile phone has a standard headphone jack, the headphones can be used on your phone to listen to music. Some in-ear models such as Bose’s QuietComfort 20i come with a microphone that you can use for calls and were optimized for use with smartphones and tablets.Not all noise cancelling headphones come with microphones so if you’re planning to use one with your smartphone, go for a model that has one.
Q: My noise cancelling headphones do not block voices. Why is that so?
A: Noise cancelling headphones were initially designed to cut out lower frequency sounds and even till date they can cut frequencies below 500Hz only and work up to 1000Hz. Hence you will notice that your headphones cut out low humming noise of the airplane engine or the grunting noise of the traffic. However human conversations actually fall under a higher frequency starting from 500Hz. So most loud human conversations pass through your noise cancelling headphones and this is not a flaw of your headphones. For speech blocking, active noise cancelling headphones rely mostly on passive sound isolation, not on their electronics. That means the padded layer reduces the volume of the conversation outside so some noise is muffled. You might think that the price payed for a noise cancelling headphones is very high especially if it doesn’t block human voices, but you might be mistaken. Most low frequency noises such as grinding of the coffee machine, airplane engine humming and so on and so forth, these sounds contribeto more stress and irritability. Also, being able to listen only human sounds while wearing headphones would make it easier to follow announcements in the airport without taking out your headphones.
Q: Is noise cancelling headphones good for my ears?
A: It is advisable to use your headphones or earphones on a lower volume. The higher the volume the higher the risk of having long term side effects like tinnitus or even permanent hearing loss. In order to protect your ears, it is recommended that you listen to your music at 60 per cent of the maximum volume or preferably lower. One way to enjoy your music at this lower volume is by using noise-cancelling headphones. Often the reason people turn their music devices up so loud is to drown out any background noise. Noise-cancelling headphones work to muffle ambient sound, meaning you can listen at a lower volume. Without audible background noise competing against your music, you can reduce your volume to safe level. Hence noise cancelling headphones are safer for your ears in comparison to normal headphones but recommend not to use it excessively.
Q: Can I use noise cancelling headphones while sleeping?
A: If you live in a loud environment, then in ear and headband style noise cancelling headphones can be useful in cutting put the noise to sleep. It can be helpful to those who suffer from sleep problems and use audio like white noise or ASMR or other calming instrumental music. However, if the sound exceeds 60 decibels prolonged usage is a risk factor for permanent hearing loss. Also, in ear headphones could cause the risk of bacteria build-up in your ears. We suggest you consult a professional in case of serious issues like insomnia before investing your money into buying a noise cancelling earphone for sleeping. If you have decided to buy, we recommend you buy a wireless headphone so that there is no tangling of cables and you can keep your phone or any other electronic device to which you have connected it away and not nearby as it is harmful for the body while sleeping.
Q: How do I know if my noise cancelling headphone is completely charged?
A: Most devices have a tiny led light beside the charging point which lights up when charging. In most devices when the charging is complete the light either turns green or if blinking before stops blinking. To know more read the manual provided with the product.
Q: What should I do if my noise cancelling headphone charger gets damaged?
A: VPLAK is not responsible for any repairs. Contact the said company’s customer care service centre. In some cases, if the charger is damaged within the warranty period it can be replaced (provided the warranty covers the damages on the charger) by the company. In case it is after the period of warranty you have no choice but to buy the charger from the customer care service centre.For buying Charging adapters, USB cords and aux cables check our website.
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