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Audio Technica ATH-Anc33is in-Ear Noise-Cancelling Headphones $69 Delivered (RRP $99; Last Sold $79) @ RIO Sound & Vision


RIO have dropped the price on the Audio Technica ATH-ANC33iS Noise Cancelling In-Ear Headphones to only $69!!

With up to 60 hours of battery life, these in-ears are the perfect accessory for being on the go. Whether you're on your way to work, working out, or flying out, the ANC33iS have proven up to 90% noise-cancellation rate which make them the perfect accessory for when you don't want any of that background noise.

Features include:
Inline microphone and controller for answering calls and controlling music
Frequency Response: 20 – 20,000 Hz
Cable Length: 1.3 m (4.3′) with 3.5 mm stereo mini-plug
Driver Diameter: 13 mm
Active Noise Reduction: Up to 20 dB
Sensitiviy: 105 dB
Battery: AAA (alkaline)
Audio functions (in passive mode) even without battery
Impedance: 32 ohms

What comes in the box? ATH-ANC33is In-Ear Headphones; Airline adapter; AAA battery; protective pouch; Comply™ Foam Tips (1 pair); ear pieces (rubber tips) (S/M/L size)

With limited availability, these are a great pair of earphones for someone who wants great sound without the big headphones, and to make things even better they come with a full 1 Year Australian Warranty!

Can't afford to buy outright but want the product now? No problem at all! We have ZipPay available online now so you can have your sound system now and pay for it later!

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  • Anyone had experience to share with these earphone?

    • +2

      I purchased these last year. They came DOA, so I returned them.

      I can't comment on the sound quality or the ANC because my one was completely non-functional. What I can comment on is the quality of materials used. Everything felt really cheap. The cable was an old-school double-wire-stuck-together style cable like the free ones you get on an airplane. I have a feeling the cable would be the first thing to break.

      Edit: Oh yeah, the switch on the noise cancellation module was really flimsy too. Like where you can't tell if you've switched it on/off because there was too much play in it.

      • In our experience selling Audio Technica for several years we haven't had an issue with their products, however if we did it would be rectified for you straight away so I hope whoever you bought yours off were accommodating to you. With a company so large who make thousands of products daily unfortunately there are bound to be one or two that slip through the cracks, however for us they have been an extremely reliable product and I'm sorry if your experience wasn't as good as ours has been.

    • +1

      I did try these, they are rubbish for the price. IMO all AudioTechnica are rubbish unless you're buying their top tier stuff.
      I ended up getting a refund on mine then went to JB and ended up with these i don't know the brand either but it has very nice bassy sound and no ANC but it does block out quite a bit of sound. Those SOLs are probably twice as better as the ANC33is.

      • Thanks for sharing! I was sceptical about cheap ones after one side of my xiaomi earphones stop playing music..

        • Really depends what you want at the budget
          I would say Apple Airpods are the best bang for your buck @ $200
          I'm not a Apple fan but i did try them out for a few days and found them to be the best sounding true wireless IEMs out of all the ones I've tried. Even i don't think the BOSE are that great for their price.

      • Sorry you felt that way about these earphones. We've received great feedback from a lot of our customers with these who are very happy with their earphones at the price and I'd have to agree with them on that in my experience using these as well. Very comfy, good sound, and definitely cancel out the background noise for me :)

    • +2

      I have a pair of these, sounds is ok but would not rate any better than a $20-$30 headphone, the battery compartment is kind of chunky which might annoy some, Battery life is great, I found the active noise cancelling worked but pretty minimal even on planes (no comparison to Bose or similar). Would recommend looking at other options if noise cancelling is your primary goal.

  • https://www.rio.com.au/product/sonoro-stereo-digital-radio-s...
    This product is $0.00 with free shipping.
    Really good bargin I guess, order one should see if I get one
    Thanks for the price "Store Rep" =)

    • Unfortunately this is an error in the system and is currently being rectified. Any orders placed will not be verified.
      Sorry for the inconvenience (and disappointment)!

  • +1

    i have had a positive experience with these earphones. i have used these earphones over headphones for my past 4 flights and they do block out that air sound very well. they feel more comfortable if i want to rest my head to the side compared to using headphones (when i was on the plane) sound quality is OK but i mainly used it for the ANC to block out that sound whilst in the air.

  • I have these and a Bose QC20 and can say it is not comparable, but it is still quite worthy of the price. ANC does work well (but not as well as the QC20) and does filter out quite a bit of the background noise if it is worn properly. They do feel more comfortable in the ear than the QC20s because of the design. Battery life in the Audio Technica is insane - One AAA lasts for at least 20 days (of 8 hours) whilst the QC20s will last 2.5 days (of 8 hours) per charge.