How Do Noise-Canceling Headphones Work?

While the House of Marley Destiny TTR over-ear headphones cut out a lot of noise naturally because of their unique design, they are also outfitted with state-of-the-art noise canceling technology. Unlike traditional headphones that only have a sound source speaker, the Destiny headphones use active noise control, or ANC, technology to cut out the noises in the environment surrounding you. Through this battery-powered mechanism, your music experience will be undisturbed while listening on House of Marley Destiny over-ear headphones.

But just what is ANC technology and how do noise-cancelling headphones work? While the frequency of the music travels from your listening device to your headphones, there is another anti noise frequency that meets up with it, duplicates its frequency and flips it 180 degrees. The driver of your House of Marley Destiny over-ear headphones takes this frequency and pumps it through the aluminum enclosures surrounding your ears, enveloping you in the sounds of Bob Marley’s Trenchtown rock.

With further exploration into the world of headphones, one will find that there are both noise-cancelling headphones and noise-isolating headphones. How do noise-canceling headphones work differently from noise isolating headphones? House of Marley earbuds, like the Zion, Redemption Song, Conqueror, People Get Ready, Midnight Ravers and Smile Jamaica in-ear headphones create a seal when placed in your ear that conform to its shape. Without the more advanced technology found in the Destiny over-ear headphones, the House of Marley in-ear headphones are capable of partially blocking out some of the sounds from the outside world.

For the ultimate noise-canceling headphone experience, the House of Marley Destiny over-ear headphones will not only kick out the jams with proper authority, but also make the noises from the outside world fade away. Do yourself a favor by taking the time to become one with the music, experience the #LiveMarley lifestyle and listen to music the way it was intended to be listened to.


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