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Noise canelling microphone or headphone : Suggestions please

Hello,

I need to get a noise canelling microphone or headphone. As of now, I use Microsoft: Lifechat LX 3000 (Jug 00016). It has been amazing though noise cancellation feature isn't that good.

Ideally, I had like to sit on noisy places (like Starbucks) and still able to talk over the microphone (without the listener on the other side able to hear noise, and could hear what I talk well).

What could be some options?
If there is a device, that attaches with my existing headphone, that would be great as well.

Looking for something that is reasonable in cost and works well.

Thank you

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Jabra Elite 85h Wireless Noise-Canceling
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Noise Cancelling Headphone

You could consider something like this if you want to use your Bose:

Background Noise Cancellation - Android Apps on Google Play

Bose have excellent noise cancellation for your ears, but I can assure you that most mono bluetooth phone headsets from well known producers are order of magnitude better for the person on the other line. That’s because they are made for good mike noise cancellation.

Jabra and Plantronics offer good headsets with decent mike noise cancellation and decent audio quality. Get more details at Tech accessories blog unitedtechguys

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