Pioneer releases SE-NC31C noise cancelling in-ear headphones
In February 2011, we introduce our SE-NC31C noise cancelling in-ear closed type headphones that reduce ambient noise by 90%
posted: 13 January 2011
The new headphones are a flexible solution for commuting hifi enthusiasts who want to enjoy their music on the move without having to raise the volume in noisy places such as trains and aeroplanes.
They shut out up to 90% of ambient noise and due to their power-saving design, the earphones offer up to 120 hours of continuous playback. With the noise cancelling feature turned off, they can be used as regular headphones.
The compact earphones are equipped with a cleverly designed nozzle for a comfortable and secure fit, and provide excellent sealing through three sizes of ear tips. The design houses large 14.2 mm drivers that feature a wide frequency response (5-16,000 Hz) and deliver high clarity and powerful bass, ideal for all types of music. In addition, a gold-plated 3.5 mm stereo mini-plug and a silver-plated OFC wire ensure excellent electrical contact and therefore better audio transmission.
The SE-NC31C has a 1.4 m long Y-type cord for minimal cable interference and additional user comfort. A cord clip reduces the tension of the cord on the ears, prevents the earphones from falling out and removes noise that occurs when an earphone cable rubs against clothing. Accessories include a storage pouch, an in-flight plug adapter and an alkaline size AAA battery.
The SE-NC31C headphones are available as from February 2011 in modish black.