When I need a pair of headphones, I want something that is compatible with most multimedia devices, but most importantly I need a product that offers excellent sound quality. There is nothing more of a turn-off than purchasing a set of headphones only to discover afterwards that they have low-volume levels and don’t even block out background noise. Searching for a value for money set of headphones brought me into contact with the JVC HANC250 headphones, which surprised me on all fronts.
Perfect Traveling Companion
In life, we always try to find the ideal travelling companion, whether it’s the wife or husband, or somebody else’s wife or husband, but in all honesty they make the most noise and commotion. Last time I had to make an extended trip away with my wife, I found that my ideal travelling companion was my newly acquired JVC HANC250 headphones, and with its noise-reducing qualities blocked out unwanted background noise such as the wife talking on her mobile incessantly.
With 40mm neodymium drives, an adjustable and padded headband, noise-cancelation system, a single-sided cable, a 3.5mm plug with ¼” and plane adapters and a carrying case, I was immediately happy. JVC has long been a popular name in the high-fidelity market, so it comes as no surprise that the sound quality is terrific, while the adjustable, padded headband and cushioned ear-cups made it easy for me to sit on the train for hours in total comfort listening to my tunes.
The memory foam ear-cushions blocked out all unwanted noises, which is a relief when travelling on a train with so much clattering and background noise. The 40mm neodymium drivers aid high-quality sound and a wide frequency response. The 3.5mm mini-plug ensures the headphones are compatible with lots of devices, and with its airplane adapters, you can take this product on any trip.
Convenient Headphone Solution
As I travel quite regularly, I need something compact and easy to carry. These JVC headphones come with a flat-fold design and also a carrying case, which really did simplify my options. The headphones are powered by a single AAA battery, which lasts for hours, so 4 AAA batteries can last a lifetime when travelling around.
The only drawback from carrying around headphones when travelling is they can easily break because most products are made in lightweight plastic, so be careful with these headphones when travelling.
The main reason I needed to buy new headphones was because I do lots of travelling, both for work and pleasure, which means I can be stuck on the road for weeks at a time. I was searching for a value for money headphone solution to block out any unwanted noise, and ultimately, to listen to my music with the best possible sound quality.