Audio Technica ATH-ANC33iS Noise Cancelling In-Ear Headphones- $49 Delivered (RRP $99; Last Sold $69) @ RIO Sound and Vision

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PRICE DROP

on Audio Technica QuietPoint ATH-ANC33iS In-Ear Noise Cancelling Headphones to ONLY $49 a pair!

Features

  • Advanced electronics cancel up to 90% of background noise
  • Innovative ANC circuitry delivers an exceptionally pure audio signal in noise-cancelling mod
  • Inline microphone and controller for answering calls and controlling music
  • Soft interchangeable ear pieces (small, medium & large) provide a custom fit
  • Included Comply™ Foam Tips comfortably seal the ear canal for outstanding noise isolation and retention
  • Audio functions (in passive mode) even without battery

Specifications:

  • 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
  • Sensitivity: 105 dB
  • Battery: AAA (alkaline)
  • Battery Life: Up to 60 hours, typical (alkaline)
  • Weight: 26 g (0.9 oz) without battery
  • Impedance: 32 ohms
  • Accessories: Airline adapter; AAA battery; protective pouch; Comply™ Foam Tips (1 pair); ear pieces (rubber tips) (S/M/L size)

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Comments

  • I have the older version of these and the ANC is quite good, especially for its time and the cost. The remote unit is a bit clunky but I used on planes and worked great. sonically, they are good. IIRC, quite neutral. The ANC brouught forward the character.

    can use without ANC turned on. uses a AAA batttery and long battery life

  • I've already got some wireless buds and over the ear ATs. Why am I ever considering these??? :-/

    • The AAA battery killed it for me. I was looking for something wired ANC but forgot they all need batteries.

      • At least it's easy to carry a spare battery for these headphones. Unlike ones with a built-in lithium battery where you have to carry a powerbank if you want to recharge on the go.

      • Yeah, i can see how the AAA battery can be viewed as archaic. But they're readily available and replaceable. No soldered, glued, integrated battery packs in casings that simply aren't meant to be dismantled

  • Be neat if they could power them off the phone dongle.

    Just remembered I have some Philips anc buds too lol

  • Check the reviews.

    I have a set of these. The ANC is ok for the money. Not great. But if you get it a constant noise floor, eg. cruise speed in a plane (good luck now!) or hwy run in a car then they work fine. But it elevated environments ie. 110dB then less good.

    Sound quality is absolutely extraordinary for $50.

    I daresay you will be hard pressed to find a better sounding set for the money.

    I do get that the AAA and the module is a bummer bey hey… $50.

  • thanks for the review tonyjzx, the 3 reviews on the RIO site also aren't particularly positive about the ANC on these. If you are old school, RIO also has some nice looking Onkyo earphones on sale at $59 - wires and no ANC hence battery. https://www.rio.com.au/product/ie-fc300-in-ear-headphones-on...

  • Can't just use a rechargeable battery?

    I've got the Bose QuietComfort 20i and the ANC is awesome though I've never bought one new always looking on eBay for a cheap seconhand pair around the $100ish, already gone through my second set as I wear them continuously while sleeping and the cable eventually stuff up, this set the left headset split in half

    Interesting too try these for $50 fascinated too know if the ANC would be close too the Bose set

    Wonder if power could be wired into it, USB adaptor of some sort, ok AAA is 1.5v while USB is 5V, still for $50 worth the mess around, I think I've sold myself lolz 👍

    I think being in-ear helps a lot for ANC, though ive never tried an over the ear ANC headset, any opinions?

  • There are also this deal on Ozbargain though over the ears type nearly $30 more though with built-in rechargeable battery and Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling Technology with few mics too improve ANC worth a look
    https://ozb.me/o/2NFp?u=tw