The HN-900 Noise Canceling Headphones with Mic from Creative Labs provide high-quality audio and noise cancellation that's ideal for traveling. The headphones have large 40mm neodymium drivers that deliver clear, accurate performance for lifelike music and calls. The thick around-ear cushions block out unwanted audio and provide long-lasting comfort, while the adjustable, padded headband offers a snug fit for virtually any head size.
The headphones have active noise cancellation technology, which utilizes embedded microphones in the earcups to monitor your surroundings. The headphones then electronically cancel out ambient noise by up to 85% so you can focus on your music instead of your environment. The circuitry operates for up to 40 hours on a single AAA battery. A passive mode allows you to enjoy music playback without noise cancellation in case your battery runs out.
The single-sided cable has an in-line microphone with a switch so you can place and answer calls with a single click. The mic provides crystal-clear voice quality, perfect for use with iPods, iPhones, or iPads. You can disconnect the cable, turning the headphones into a set of noise canceling earmuffs for times where you want to enjoy peace and quiet without any music. The cable has a gold-plated 3.5mm plug and a dual-prong plane adapter for wide compatibility with portable media devices and in-flight entertainment systems. The headphones have a folding design for convenient storage and transportation in the included travel pouch.
I agree with you on the Apple Store employees...
They are sales people and thats all.
i went in to get a pair of the new iPod headphones for my 2G iPod Touch. i asked if they were the new model with the inline microphone and remote.
the "genius" told me it it wasn't and i would have to buy the iPhone headphones, but wouldn't matter anyway because i don't have an iPhone, and the iPhone is the only iPod that supports a microphone.
so i left, ashamed of the apple store, but dying for a new MacBook!
Touch v iPhone
I've used them both.
I prefer the iPhone - it has a speaker, bluetooth, a microphone, a camera, and a phone. Unlike the Touch.
The iPhone really does require a contract, although some once suggested that you can invoke it with a monthly plan and then cancel that plan after a month. The Touch does not require any contract of any kind.
Neither support Flash or Java, so online games may not work. However, both, without almost no debate, have the best mobile web browser.
Games for the touch/iphone are not compatible with classic iPod games
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