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Tii

380d

Does anyone have suggestions for cheepish headphones (noise reduction and noise cancelling) and do the loop and calm brands actually work? I don't like in ear headphones but I would compromise if they work.

    • Red_34

      345d

      My experience with loop was very bad, they didn't work AT ALL. I guess it's part of their whole thing to not dampen much sound but it really didn't help me. It was less noise reducing then putting hands over your ears, it really did nothing. I was really annoyed and sent them back, im now looking for something that actually works πŸ˜…

      • Red_34

        345d

        @Red_34 Also I tried the Quiet Loop (most noise reducing) so was really pissed off when putting my hands over my ears was more affective

        • Tii

          344d

          @Red_34 for the time being I'm using the loops because they have helped me sleep and go outside. I would love something better but I'll take what I can get πŸ˜„

    • gorbgorb

      379d

      If you don't like in ear, most over the ear headphones are around the same price range. I use loops and they work, but I've seen a lot of other over the ear options online. Looking it up on Google shopping and setting a price range might give you an idea of what you can afford for a similar price. Always check the written reviews though! The cheaper ones are not always gonna look very sleek, but they should be as useful as the in ear options most of the time.

      • Tii

        379d

        @gorbgorb thank you. I highly appreciate this

    • ThunderBeetle

      380d

      I have Sony headphones that are noise cancelling and were about $80 at Best Buy. They work really well.

      • Tii

        379d

        @ThunderBeetle I'm in oz so will try and find something πŸ€—

    • Katharina

      380d

      I like loop

      • Tii

        379d

        @Katharina thank you πŸ’•

    • dunkit13

      380d

      I got custom made earplugs at an audiologist they work better Loop suck calm brands no

      • Tii

        380d

        @dunkit13 thank you πŸ’•

    • Knees

      380d

      Some of these are more expensive and some are not. The cheapest headphones with sound cancelling that I have found were beats (300 $) and the AirPod max(500 $)which are both quite expensive headphones ; AirPods also kind of work (around 100 $) basic earplugs from Walmart work but they hurt my ears pretty bad and for noise canceling ear plugs not headphones I have found the loop earplugs you can find it on the website us.loopearplugs.com (50$) with different options. Not all of these options are cheep but they do have the ability to block out noise quite well.

      • Knees

        380d

        @Knees Btw the loop earplugs work well with the two options I tried. I got the ones you can completely block out and the ones you can converse with. The loop quiet and the loop engage plus.

      • Tii

        380d

        @Knees thank you so much πŸ’•

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Some users have recommended Loop earplugs, which they found comfortable and effective for noise reduction. Another suggestion is the Anker Life Soundcore P3i earbuds, which are budget-friendly and provide decent noise cancellation. However, these options are in-ear headphones. For over-the-ear headphones, Skullcandy headphones from Amazon were mentioned as a good choice with an 8-hour battery life and costing around $60 USD.

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