IdeaUSA AtomicX V201 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones

If you're looking for a solid set of headphones that provide great sound, deep base, and can get you through a noisy, cross-country flight, the AtomicX ANC v201 can do the job and are comfortable enough to wear constantly.

I've reviewed IdeaUSA products before and have always found them to be well-constructed, solid devices. New gadgets arrive constantly here for testing and review, but the really good ones get immediate, almost haunting, attention from my family. They seem to have a sixth sense when it comes to devices like this pair of headphones. I swear they can almost sniff out quality. It wasn't 10 minutes after opening this package that my oldest son dropped by my home office and stood in the open doorway with a very interested look on his face.

"Hey...are those headphones?" he asked, though it was already very obvious what they were. I could see his brain wheels rolling, trying to figure out how to get his hands on the set.

And, these are quality headphones. And, great as a new set, a replacement set, or to deliver as a gift.

Here's what you get in the package...

  • ANC Bluetooth headphones
  • USB charging cable
  • 3.5mm Aux cable
  • Airline adapter
  • Carrying Case

And, here's the full set of features:

  • Advanced noise cancelling technology.
  • Bluetooth that provides mega bass and clear mid tones.
  • Compact over-ear design, with proprietary soft cushions.
  • Built in microphone for hands-free calling.
  • Three on-board buttons that control calls and music, volume and track selection.
  • 500mAh rechargeable battery provides up to 25 hours music playback.
  • Fold-flat earcups that rotate 115 degrees.

These headphones are available from Amazon for around $90: IdeaUSA AtomicX V201 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones



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