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It is an Honor that Forbes has made a review about Mixcder E9 ANC Headphones.
The article is from: https://bit.ly/2kFIJke, which you can see it through or take a look at here we quote:
“Stepping into this gap in the market is Mixcder with the E9 Active Noise Canceling Bluetooth headphones at a very affordable $79. The first thing to note about these budget headphones is how light they feel despite housing 40mm dynamic drivers and a substantial rechargeable battery. The headphones are presented in a smart zippered hard case that’s perfect for protecting them when traveling. The Mixcder E9 look reasonably well made despite their lightweight feel, and even the vegan leather ear cushions have a soft and high-quality feel about them that is rarely seen at this price point.
The Mixcder E9 can be used with or without ANC turned on, and they can be set up to work wirelessly over Bluetooth or wired, using the supplied headphone lead. If the battery charge runs out you can still carry on listening using the cable.
The battery contained in the headphones is a Lithium-Ion unit that can deliver up to 30 hours of wireless listening without noise canceling turned on, and around 24 hours of continuous listening with ANC working and is fully charged in just 2.5 hours. That’s more than enough for a week’s worth of commuting or a couple of very long flights. The headphones can be recharged using the supplied Micro USB cable. I’d prefer to have seen a USB C charging port but that’s possibly asking a bit much at this price point. And speaking of flights, there is a two-pin aircraft adaptor supplied which can be used with the entertainment systems in some aircraft.”
“Active Noise Canceling technology is a tough nut to crack on a budget. In my experience, Bose and Sony lead the way in noise-canceling technology at the moment, and that’s why they cost much more than headphones like the Mixcdr E9. Most other ANC headphones trail somewhere behind these two brands for now. The Mixcder E9 make a reasonable attempt to cut out extraneous noises, and they work best with lower rumbles such as the sound of aircraft engines or the clickety-clack of a train running over railway tracks. They’re less successful with randomly changing sounds like conversations occurring at different noise levels, but at this price, the E9 headphones function pretty well.
As well as incorporating microphones to sample external noises and then filter them out with audio processing, the Mixcder E9 also include an omnidirectional microphone for taking and making phone calls and that works pretty well. Controls on the headphones are limited to a power switch and two volume buttons on the right-hand ear cup, while a lone ANC switch is sited on the left ear cup. A combination of button presses can control things like skipping tracks, pausing music and accepting or ending phone calls. It’s all fairly straightforward.
Comfort levels on the Mixcder E9 is good, with enough pressure from the padded headband to keep the headphones in place, and sufficient size adjustment to accommodate most heads. In fact, the E9 headphones are far more comfortable than other models at this price point, and that’s a really essential feature if they’re going to be used on long-haul flights in noise-canceling mode.”