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Nice! I'm glad they are a solid purchase for you!

Questions:

1. I'm not sure if you've tried Bose noise cancelling headphones, but would you say these are relatively close to say the Bose QuietComfort line regarding how much sound they cut out?

2. Is there a static noise when you have the Noise Cancellation feature turned on and no music playing?

3. I have 598's as well and I love them for how comfortable they are. Are these anywhere near that comfort level? I'm mostly hoping that the people I get these for can wear them for two hours comfortably.


Never had noise cancelling headphones before so not sure about the Bose ones. They don't 100% block the noise tho but they do block them decent for talking and mostly for loud noises.

Like with it on it will make a white noise sound if something loud going on. Like my pc fans are pretty loud but if i turn it on i hear white noise like air flowing with it on. Even with it off it blocks decent amount of stuff.

Nope no static noise with it on with nothing playing.

I say the comfort level is pretty good they are a bit heavier cause it has alot of metal and battery's in it and little warm on the ears cause they closed headphones.

But i could game for hours with out any problems and i even sleep with them on sometimes I know its bad to do so cause you can break headphones like that lol But never broke any of mine 598s ae2s or so far even these.
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Originally Posted by TheScarecrow View Post

Nice! I'm glad they are a solid purchase for you!

Questions:

1. I'm not sure if you've tried Bose noise cancelling headphones, but would you say these are relatively close to say the Bose QuietComfort line regarding how much sound they cut out?

2. Is there a static noise when you have the Noise Cancellation feature turned on and no music playing?

3. I have 598's as well and I love them for how comfortable they are. Are these anywhere near that comfort level? I'm mostly hoping that the people I get these for can wear them for two hours comfortably.

1. The Bose are 50% better at cancelling the noise you will hear on the outside. However, they are equal to the noise those outside people will hear what your listening to in comparison to the Bose. Which is basically nil, nada, zilch noise.

2. I experience no static noise. The volume JUMPS UP substantially by turning on the Noise Cancellation feature. The sound stage changes a little too. And as you might expect, when turned on, it is slightly more muffled after adjusting the sound volume to the level when not turned on. I haven't played with a EQ yet to tweak each feature.

3. I compared them with my ATH-M50 with velour replacement ear cushions. The ATH-M50 are quite a bit more comfortable. I would say the Zinsoko Headphone are more comfortable than the Bose QuietComfort by about 25%

I do like these Zinsoko Headphones above the ATH-M50 regarding soundstage in Base. I think they have very clear detailed base while keeping mids perfect. Highs are a little weak but not to bad.
I will be using the Zinsoko for music and the ATH-M50 for videos and games. I do think the Zinsoko Headphones are better then the ATH-M50 for games regarding 'positioning' however they are not as comfortable for my head after customizing the ATH-M50 with Velour cushions. I did not experience any sweat or heat issues with the Zinsoko Headphones, the discomfort was the pressure felt a little tight for my head. A little tweaking might resolve my minor issues. (((EDIT - after tweaking them, they are now very comfortable for long sessions))). The Zinsoko Headphone have a elegant and quality feel.
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