Sennheiser HD 4.50 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation Black and Silver(HD 4.50 BTNC) Reviews

By | May 9, 2020

Sennheiser HD 4.50 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation Black and Silver(HD 4.50 BTNC) Specs and Review

Bluetooth 4.0 and aptX technologies to deliver exceptional wireless sound quality..Connectivity Technology: Wireless NoiseGard active noise cancellation to reduce ambient noise levels improving the listening experience Intuitive ear cup mounted controls for changing tracks and for making calls via the integrated microphone. Frequency response (Microphone) : 100 10,000 Hz Up to 19 hour battery life with Bluetooth and NoiseGard activated and is supplied with connecting cable for battery free listening 2 year warranty when purchased from an authorized Sennheiser dealer


3 thoughts on “Sennheiser HD 4.50 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation Black and Silver(HD 4.50 BTNC) Reviews


jeAPP says:

I saw post of people complaining about them being to tight on the ears, as a big guy 6’2 250lbs I can say they feel as comfortable as any other pair I tried.I also included pics of them on and a water bottle top on my ear so you can see how big my ears are.Paid more for this.I already have the Urbanite Xl, bluetooth.I had been contemplating taking the dive and buying significantly higher quality headphones than the cheapo ones I usually tend to buy.I figured these would be a decent compromise between the expensive $350+ headphones that dominate the "best" Bluetooth with active noise cancellation that you can buy and the extremely cheapo sub-$100 Bluetooth headphones.I’m 6’4" with a pretty large head and appropriately sized ears for my head, and I can manage them just fine.Unless you have Mad Magazine cartoonishly large ears you should be fine.They sound great.Sound quality is what you would expect or better from $100 Sennheisers.The Beats are designed for intuitiveness, aesthetic, and simplicity.They have three "buttons" – volume up, volume down, and the multifunction "b" button.So far she hasn’t been able to hear me so that’s great.They are very light and produce high quality audio with a much appreciated basic/sleek design.I’ve always had a good experience with their products ever since my first "real" set of quality headphones, the PC151 for my computer ~15 years ago.But this was the first time I’ve used their bluetooth headphones, and also the first time I’ve used their ANC.This isn’t one of them.The best thing I can say about these highly overpriced head-phonies is the “frustration-free” packaging they are so proud to advertise.I absolutely love them.SOUND QUALITYThe first time I put on a pair of Sennheisers, I fell in love with the sound.

MGXhF says:

I saw post of people complaining about them being to tight on the ears, as a big guy 6’2 250lbs I can say they feel as comfortable as any other pair I tried.I also included pics of them on and a water bottle top on my ear so you can see how big my ears are.Paid more for this.I already have the Urbanite Xl, bluetooth.I had been contemplating taking the dive and buying significantly higher quality headphones than the cheapo ones I usually tend to buy.I figured these would be a decent compromise between the expensive $350+ headphones that dominate the "best" Bluetooth with active noise cancellation that you can buy and the extremely cheapo sub-$100 Bluetooth headphones.I’m 6’4" with a pretty large head and appropriately sized ears for my head, and I can manage them just fine.Unless you have Mad Magazine cartoonishly large ears you should be fine.They sound great.Sound quality is what you would expect or better from $100 Sennheisers.The Beats are designed for intuitiveness, aesthetic, and simplicity.They have three "buttons" – volume up, volume down, and the multifunction "b" button.So far she hasn’t been able to hear me so that’s great.They are very light and produce high quality audio with a much appreciated basic/sleek design.I’ve always had a good experience with their products ever since my first "real" set of quality headphones, the PC151 for my computer ~15 years ago.But this was the first time I’ve used their bluetooth headphones, and also the first time I’ve used their ANC.This isn’t one of them.The best thing I can say about these highly overpriced head-phonies is the “frustration-free” packaging they are so proud to advertise.I absolutely love them.SOUND QUALITYThe first time I put on a pair of Sennheisers, I fell in love with the sound.

WGgDdy says:

I saw post of people complaining about them being to tight on the ears, as a big guy 6’2 250lbs I can say they feel as comfortable as any other pair I tried.I also included pics of them on and a water bottle top on my ear so you can see how big my ears are.Paid more for this.I already have the Urbanite Xl, bluetooth.I had been contemplating taking the dive and buying significantly higher quality headphones than the cheapo ones I usually tend to buy.I figured these would be a decent compromise between the expensive $350+ headphones that dominate the "best" Bluetooth with active noise cancellation that you can buy and the extremely cheapo sub-$100 Bluetooth headphones.I’m 6’4" with a pretty large head and appropriately sized ears for my head, and I can manage them just fine.Unless you have Mad Magazine cartoonishly large ears you should be fine.They sound great.Sound quality is what you would expect or better from $100 Sennheisers.The Beats are designed for intuitiveness, aesthetic, and simplicity.They have three "buttons" – volume up, volume down, and the multifunction "b" button.So far she hasn’t been able to hear me so that’s great.They are very light and produce high quality audio with a much appreciated basic/sleek design.I’ve always had a good experience with their products ever since my first "real" set of quality headphones, the PC151 for my computer ~15 years ago.But this was the first time I’ve used their bluetooth headphones, and also the first time I’ve used their ANC.This isn’t one of them.The best thing I can say about these highly overpriced head-phonies is the “frustration-free” packaging they are so proud to advertise.I absolutely love them.SOUND QUALITYThe first time I put on a pair of Sennheisers, I fell in love with the sound.

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