The overall sound of these super affordable headphones is good, and the ANC effective though it noticeably reduces high frequency reproduction.
Tribit’s $60 QuietPlus 50 headphones sound good in normal mode, and they do a good job of cancelling noise when active noise cancellation (ANC) is enabled. Unlike pricier ANC headphones, however, noise cancellation robs a bit of the top-end frequency response in the process. Given that those pricier products cost many times as much, some listeners might consider the small dropoff livable.
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