PSB M4U 2 Noise-Cancelling Headphones
PSB M4U 2 Noise-Cancelling Headphones
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Combining two sought-after features in travel headphones—portability and noise-cancelling capability—the PSB M4U 2 headphones are an excellent option for listening on the go. Using RoomFeel technology to create a more spacious and natural sound, these headphones come equipped with three selectable modes Read More

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TheMinna96
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Dec 1, 2019
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I really want them, but sadly it doesn't ship to Italy. Anyone can confirm it doesn't ship or I'm missing something? It can be shipped to other UE countries and I've bought from drop before, so I don't really understand.
Dec 1, 2019
Lodofa1
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Nov 13, 2019
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Just did round trip to Europe this week. Noise canceling is ok, sound is great! Well worth the price!
Nov 13, 2019
dan-theman
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Nov 12, 2019
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The last thing I need in this world is another set of cans, but this is so tempting. Unbelievable
Nov 12, 2019
balexandre
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Nov 9, 2019
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these headphones have so much bad reviews at Amazon :(
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Nov 9, 2019
Chris-G
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Nov 6, 2019
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Please disregard that last post, it is a Fed-Ex Smart Post. Sorry.
Nov 6, 2019
Chris-G
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Nov 5, 2019
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I just got my tracking information but it is incorrect. It says shipped Fed-Ex but i recognized the tracking number as USPS. So if you get tracking info that says Fed-Ex but it is a very long number that starts with a 9 try the US postal Service site instead.
Nov 5, 2019
Shami
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Oct 28, 2019
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Anyone know whats the warranty is?
Oct 28, 2019
rand256
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Oct 26, 2019
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I tried a pair several years ago, not sure the exact same model, but same features. They were big and as far as the noise cancelation were ok. I was looking to replace a pair bose headphones but the PSB were even more and did meet my needs. At close to $400 they just didn't have any single feature that stood out. I am curious what, if any return policy. I would love to give them another shot as my current Bose QC 35 1st gen are starting to show their age. And as incredible as the new Bose 700 and Sony editions are would prefer something a little more cost effective. Thanks..................Jim
Oct 26, 2019
Shanks405
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Oct 26, 2019
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Have likewise owned these (black) for several years. At the time, and before I got hooked on this personal audio jonesing, I simply wanted to step up from a decent pair of Audio Technica consumer ANC phones for travel and these caught my attention with strong reviews in several top hifi magazines. Paid $250 (down from original $400 list). The ANC inflight disappointed - okay, but better at blocking mid frequencies than low engine rumble, where even the ATs beat them. Plus even though foldable these are bulky without case and the case (albeit top quality) added that much more bulk for travel. (I’ve since been gravitating to better noise isolating iems for flight). That said, these are terrific headphones, and with a dozen pair of phones and another dozen iems in my collection from $50 to $600 range (trad drivers, closed, open, planar, BA), I can say these are indeed a tremendous buy at $100 (the accessories alone are worth that). I’ve found them immensely comfortable and sturdy, but I’ve kept them on a stand and stopped folding them long ago, so wear is minimal in this regard. At home or office, the passive isolation from the well made pads is more than fine, and there’s no sound leakage (says my wife, who’s easily annoyed by such things at night). PSB is a leading CDN speaker manufacturer, and these are tuned (to my ears) to deliver a very full and present live “speaker” experience. The three settings offer a flat/off setting (on board electronics not engaged). Driving with a mobile phone will render anemic sound at this setting, and an amp would be recommended. However, the middle setting brings in a matched on board amp powered by the replaceable AAA batteries (ups volume like a gain switch), and the third ANC setting doesn’t alter this amplified sound signature at all (no hiss). These offer great listening without the ANC, and additional isolation with it, without noticeable audio degradation.. If you are new to this hobby and want to start with $100 in to get something that sounds like $500 off a phone, buy the PSB’s and then pick up the $40 FIIO i1 (lightning to 3.5mm) or similar (USB to 3..5mm/Android) cable dac/amp adapter and get ready to smile. If you already own higher end desk or portable dac/amp gear, grab these to remind yourself what it was like to sit in front of a good stereo system jacked up in your dorm room playing your favorite album (no matter what you used to listen to) once upon a time. If you don’t like them (unlikely), keep the $35 case for another set of cans, and park these under the tree for someone this holiday season. (Cons? Takes 2 AAA batteries. As these have been out since 2012, PSB can be forgiven. Without ANC I’m getting 20+ listening hours with a pair, and I have used rechargeables without a problem thus far. Also note, if not already obvious, these are too big for practical on the go or fitness use.)
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Oct 26, 2019
WilcoRoger
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Oct 26, 2019
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I'd count the AA batteries as a plus - no built-in obsolescence when the built-in battery dies (as is the case with most other current ANC cans). Also on the plus side - you can listen to them without any batteries, again not something a Bose is capable of...
Oct 26, 2019
1morething
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Oct 25, 2019
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Does anyone know if these are "new" or if they fixed the issue with the headband cracking? I see a lot of people complaining about that, but it's several years ago and the company claims to have fixed the problem (not sure when or if they actually did). https://drop.com/buy/psb-m4u1-and-m4u2-headphones/talk
Oct 25, 2019
AB77
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Oct 26, 2019
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Wow the build quality looks extremely bad. Not sure if I want to spend $99 just to end up with a broken headset in a year or less.
Oct 26, 2019
TheNip73
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Oct 26, 2019
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The claim is they fixed these issues. This pair is a few years old. i still think their “hard plastic” materials selection is flawed, even if improved.
Oct 26, 2019
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