[ Background music ] >> Nicole Lee: I'm Nicole Lee Associate Editor for CNET.com and this is a first look at the Nokia BH 905 stereo Bluetooth headphones. As you can see here the BH905 has a very comfortable over the ear style design. On the top here is a padded headband, nice cushion as well as the ear pads right here. They're connected via 2 extendable stems that kind of curve slightly as you see here and the ear pads themselves can rotate so that it lies flat. Most of the controls are on the right ear pad. On the side here you do get the multifunction call button. You also get the play, pause key and the 2 track shuttle keys. On the bottom of the ear piece here is the volume rocker as well as the audio cable connector in case your device does not have stereo Bluetooth. The headphones also comes with 4 different audio cable adaptors for different kinds of audio connections. On the underside of the left earpiece is the charger connector as well as the active noise cancellation toggle. The Nokia BH905 is one of a few stereo Bluetooth headphones to have active noise cancelling in the style of the Bose Quiet Comfort 15s. That means that when you activate the noise cancellation on here you will muffle out all external noise so you hear almost nothing. This is really great when you're on an airplane or when you're on a busy city sidewalk. Sound quality on these headphones is really, really good. They were on par of most of my wired head phones. The rich, full bass really came through. The sound quality is just amazing. Perhaps the biggest downside of the Nokia BH905 is its price. It's around $394 retail which is really expensive. However, with all of its noise canceling features you get what you pay for. [ Background music ] >> I'm Nicole Lee this has been a first look at the Nokia BH905 stereo Bluetooth headphones.
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