The 3 best noise-cancelling headphones for travel

Make the most of the smallest footprint on your travels with these noise-canceling headphones for long-distance travel!

Some users prefer headphones, while other minimalists prefer to make do with the minimal footprint of earphones. When traveling, it’s all a question of space in the suitcase or backpack, and if you’re planning to listen to music or watch films during the journey, there’s nothing better than the three kits we suggest in our top 3 best noise-canceling headphones for travel!

Bose Quietcontrol 30

Ecouteurs anti-bruit Bose Quietcontrol 30

Bose is a highly regarded brand in the world of audio accessories. With headphones such as the Quietcomfort 35 and 25, the American giant is establishing its dominance in the very closed market of noise-canceling headphones. For users who prefer earphones to headphones, Bose also has something for you in its Quietcontrol 30 catalog. These noise-cancelling headphones will radically change the way you look at (and listen to) your journeys!

Properties: Bose has built on the success of its Quietcomfort 35 and 25 headphones to develop the best noise-canceling headphones on the market. In fact, the American company has used the same technology as on its headphones in a pair of stylish, lightweight, high-fidelity in-ear headphones. You’ll soon be unaware of the noise around you.

– The pluses: active noise reduction, compact, lightweight, fairly long connecting cable, remote control packed with options, collar construction, pure, airy sound.

– Minus: price, only works at full power with high-end equipment

Sennheiser CXC 700

Ecouteurs anti-bruit Sennheiser CXC 700

Germany’s Sennheiser is another major player in the noise-canceling headphone market. For headphone lovers, they offer an excellent CXC 700, with one of the best noise reduction features available, at a relatively contained price. You’ll love traveling with Sennheiser!

Features: Sennheiser’s CXC 700 is built and finished to the highest standards, with controls housed in an intuitive remote control. The quality of the sound delivered is quite impressive, compared with that of more upscale competitors. Active noise reduction works magnificently well in all circumstances.

The pluses: impeccable sound quality, active noise reduction, remote control packed with options, lightweight, compact, relatively affordable price.

Minus: high-frequency distortion

Orosound: TILD selective noise-canceling headphones

Orosund, écouteurs anti-bruits, Tilde

Bose is a highly regarded brand in the world of audio accessories. With headphones such as the Quietcomfort 35 and 25, the American giant is establishing its dominance in the very closed market of noise-canceling headphones. For users who prefer earphones to headphones, Bose also has something for you in its Quietcontrol 30 catalog. These noise-cancelling headphones will radically change the way you look at (and listen to) your journeys!

Orosound’s Tilde® selective noise-canceling earphones embody the best of IoT, and offer the added bonus of Bluetooth multi-connection and battery life of between 8 and 20 hours, so you can use your noise-canceling earphones throughout your business trip.

Properties: Orosound’s Tilde® selective noise-canceling headphones give you real remote control over the sound environment: you can adjust the noise level from 0 to -30 decibels. You can also choose to reduce the noise and filter the voice of the person speaking to you, so you can communicate naturally with them.

The pluses: high-end sound quality, active noise cancellation option adjustable from 0 to -30 decibels.

Minus: the price. Expect to pay around €300 for Tilde® noise-canceling headphones.