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>> It's easy to break the bank on noise cancelling headphones, which is why we always get so excited when we find a pair that's not super expensive. I'm Jasmine France and I'm here with the Sony MDR-NC7 Noise Canceling headphones. The big news with these headphones is they only cost 40 bucks. Now that might not seem super cheap, but it actually is when it comes to noise cancelling headphones. Usually, we're gonna pay upwards of a hundred dollars. Now, you are gonna see a little bit of that that cheapness in the headphones themselves. For example, the headbands is very plastic, it's seems a little flimsy. There are also no padding on the headband. I did find that to be of a little bit of a problem during wear, it does chafe a little bit. The ear pads however are nice and cushy. They do have a nice stylish look to them, they're not ugly. They have very small compact design and they come with little pouch to carry them in. They also fold down for easy storage. You can get them up in to a really small size. That's always good when you're traveling. And if you are a frequent flyer, operating on a very strict budget, you may wanna check these out. This is the Sony MDR-NC7 Noise Canceling headphones. I'm Jasmine France for CNET.
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