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NC small headphone for flights and working on ship

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Hi,

 

This is my first post,and I'm just a basic listener w/o sharp ears.

I own an old Senneiser PXC310(china made), and a Bowers & Wilkins C5(again china made) underway to me.

 

I fly pretty often, and sleep with my headphone while working on ship.

The PXC310(non-bluetooth) works fine less the issue with hissing sound when NC is turn off, but due to its age the batteries seems to hold less. Biggest issue is I woke up in the morning with "red-ears" and my client is starting to get suspicious that I have been drinking onboard( in fact I did ;-\ ).

 

I ordered the B&W C5 w/o reading the spec thinking that its a NC headphone... guess its not going to work well for me.

 

These are the spec of the next headphone I'm looking for( yeah I knew its rather impossible ).

 

Player : Samsung note 10.1

Price : US$250 but willing to pay more

Manufacturing country: Anywhere minus China ( Labelled me as a xenophobia if you wish, I'm trying my best NOT feeding the communist)

Noise Cancelling: Yes, Must

Connectivity: Wireless if possible

Batteries: Non-rechargeable... AAA or AA its fine.

Microphone : Non!

Form: IEM (if possible) as small as possible.

post #2 of 3
Thread Starter 

Thanks no one here yet have swear on me (like most site) when every I'm looking for electronics stuff not made in China.

post #3 of 3
I have the AKG K391 and they sound very good with great noise cancelling. I'm not sure where they are made, probably China though.
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