For over a decade, if anyone asked us which noise canceling headphones to buy, we’d direct them to the latest Bose model and tell them there wasn’t a second place. In the past few years, that’s changed. After a long time chasing Bose’s tailpipe, Sony’s scene stealing WH-1000X headphones have actually surpassed Bose’s QC 35 II as our favorite noise cancelers, with others nipping at their heels.
That’s why we were excited to try out Panasonic’s new entrant into the wireless, noise-canceling race. With 20 hours of battery live, compelling features, and the ability to upscale Bluetooth audio with both aptX and LDAC codecs, the Panasonic RP-HD605N more than make up for their cumbersome name.
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