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Clear Harmony Noise Canceling Headphones from Able Planet

Updated on January 27, 2009

Reviewing headphones is one those pleasures that I really like to do, and generally don’t get to do it very often. Most of the time, I usually get to review some sort of earbuds, but sometimes I get one of the ones that look like the seventies headphones. 


That cushioned look on the ears and head is something we sacrificed for the sake of portability.  I will have to agree that for space’s sake, the earbuds that come with the iPod are probably more efficient.  Most bags don’t have that much space, and so headphones that you can roll up into a tiny ball are probably the way to go. 


I highly recommend trying out the Clear Harmony Noise Canceling Headphones from Able Planet.  When I put these on, I pretty much shut most of the world out.  Just to put it in perspective, I work from home, and I have three kids in the other room.  Usually I have to ignore their loud playing, but with these headphones, I barely heard them. 


Yes, these are not the headphones that you want to be wearing when you’re walking down the street and aware of traffic or anything.  These will pretty much block of the rest of the world.  It has Linx Audio, which gives “Award Winning Sound Quality” and “Maximum Speech Clarity”.


The Clear Harmony Noise Canceling Headphones don’t feel “heavy on the head” like some cushioned earphones that I have tried.  In fact, I can hardly feel them at all. 


In addition to the terrific sound, there is some interesting features such as a volume control knob located right on the wire for convenient control.  It also has a removable cord for both 1/8” and 1/4” stereo adapters.  It works with anything that has a port for earphones including laptops, CD players, MP3 players, and DVD players.


There is only one problem that I had with these Clear Harmony Headphones was that there was an on/off switch on it for some reason.  I am assuming the power came from whatever device I was listening to, but when I flipped on the sound, it actually sounded a lot worse.  It was like there was some sort of feedback, like I was listening to AM radio from the fifties or something.  There wasn’t really any sort of instruction on when or where to use this on/off switch, and it didn’t seem obvious to me. 


If you’re interested in purchasing the Clear Harmony Noise Canceling Headphones Planet, be certain to go over to the Able Planet website and be prepared to pay about $349.99. 


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