Nodnod – Active Noise Cancellation Bluetooth Headphone (champagne)
Nodnod is a headband style Bluetooth headphone with Active Noise Cancellation features combined with the “original design” from Belgium represent a unique high-quality premium product not available elsewhere.
Designed in Belgium
● Bluetooth version : Bluetooth v5.0
● Qualcomm QCC3005 chipset
● High definition custom driver
● Support A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP, AAC, SBC profile
● Support AAC, SBC, APTX , APTX-LL audio protocol
● Active Noise Cancelling > 29db
● Wireless Range over 10m
● Battery capacity 900mAh
● Playback time up to 18 hrs
● Type C charging cable
● 3.5mm Audio Cable
● Carrying Pouch
● Touch control
● Ambient sound mode and ANC mode
● Voice assistant ready
● Timelessly fashionable
● Stunning Sound
● High quality protein leather ear cushion
● Champagne gold, Black, white colors available
● Available for online purchase : 1st March 2020
Nodnod is a Bluetooth headset with Active Noise Cancellation and touch control features designed in Belgium. It can reduce the noise surrounding you and makes the sound better.
Noise canceling technology has an advantage when you want to cancel out low-frequency noises while still hear human talk, street traffic or your crying baby.
Noise canceling is effective only at lower frequencies like the humming sound of a plane engine. This makes them the first choice for travelers as they need to hear what is going on around them while enjoying the illusion of a more peaceful environment. Apart from “ANC mode”, Nodnod also had another mode called “ambient sound mode” where you can hear music and “amplified surrounded sound” at the same time. This is particular useful when you want to have privacy and at the same time want to keep track of what is happening surrounding you.
This technology is very suitable for people who want to let louder noise in while keeping the more constant and predictable ambient sound out.
All noise-canceling headphones use microphones to know when ambient noise is present. This signal is sent to dedicated electronics which creates direct opposite sound waves that go through the headphones to your ears and thus negate the original noise.