Cowin E-7 Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Bluetooth Over-ear Stereo Headphones - Black
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Headphones on. World off.
Cowin E-7 wireless headphones are engineered to sound better, be more comfortable and easier to take with you. Put them on, and suddenly everything changes. Your music is deep, powerful and balanced, and so quiet that every note sounds clearer. Even air travel becomes enjoyable, as engine roar gently fades away. No matter how noisy the world is, it’s just you and your music—or simply peace and quiet.
- Better by design. E-7 Headphones are lightweight with pillowy-like softness on the headband and protein ear cushions, while the earcups rotate for a fine-tuned fit.
- Music minus noise. Advanced active noise reduction technology quells airplane cabin noise, city traffic or a busy office. So you can focus more on what matters—your music, movies and videos.
- Frequent flyer's delight. Fly once with Cowin Bluetooth over-ear headphones, and chances are you’ll never fly without them again. They reduce airplane roar to a whisper. It is made for a happy quiet fly.
- True-to-life sound. Precise guitars. Clear vocals. Clean bass and crisp percussion. Discover sound quality that brings out the best in your music—including subtle details you may never have noticed. Guaranteed by COWIN proprietary high quality 40mm large-aperture drivers.
Power supply: Lithium battery or Micro USB cable Audio source: iPhone, iPad, Samgsung, Blackberry, Nexus, Smartphone, Computer, PC, Notebook, MP4, MP3, etc
Function spec: Bluetooth, Microphone, AUX, Active Noise Cancelling
What's in the box
Cowin E-7 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphone
Micro USB Cable
3.5mm Audio Cable
Most helpful customer reviews
1065 of 1102 people found the following review helpful.
"ESCAPE THE NOISE"
[[VIDEOID:cb35a596c0982a77ba94ef95d30563e9]] "TUNE OUT THE WORLD, FOR $70" Noise cancelling that works at a very reasonable price! Give BOSE credit for a great idea but the "concept" is well out of the barn! These phones sound great, are very comfortable to wear, 30 hour play time and if you do manage to run down the batt. just plug them in to the wired input to connect the phones to the player and keep listening.
As I tried to quickly discuss in the video the fit and comfort of these phones will vary with different size and shape heads so you'll just have to try them on. (think shoes) As far as sound, I am a retired professional studio musician, trumpet player, and I've used headphones that would sell for around $5,000 at today's prices, so let's not go crazy comparing apples & oranges! At $70 these are a great deal and you should be satisfied with the sound and comfort at this price. It's worth the extra $10 to buy these, with the noise cancelling feature, for 2 reasons. The noise cancel works very well, plus you get the choice of 2 E.Q. settings when you switch from B.T. to N.C. As HAWAIIANS would say, "CHANCE UM"!! Product received for professional evaluation. OH, one more thing, I failed to mention if you get too far from the transmitter and start to lose the signal make sure to turn you head so the receiver (in the ear piece with the volume and on and off button) is facing in the direction of the signal. Any B.T. device with two separate pieces will have the receiver in one piece and the batt. in the other.
197 of 202 people found the following review helpful.
Quiet down your open office
By Boston Kris
Look, I can't compare these to Bose, because I've never tried them before - or any other $300 pair of headphones. However, these are fantastic for me. I work in an open office environment and sometimes the level of noise spikes from ambient to distracting to intolerable (you know how there's always that one person in the office louder than everybody else? I sit next to five of them). The very first day, my colleague and I looked at each other and nodded, it's time for noise cancelling headphones - so I did some research, read some reviews, and bought two Cowin E-7's for us.
Having never tried active noise cancelling before, I have to say I'm impressed (my coworker didn't like it, as the noise cancelling made her feel queasy, but that's not Cowin-specific, just the technology in general doesn't agree with her). For me, it puts a strong damper on the background noise. Now if people are talk-yelling loudly, of course I can still hear them, which is great because if someone yells FIRE! I'd like to know about it. But I'm streaming my Boston sports radio and my Pearl Jam and clacking away while my noisy keyboard to get some revenge to those who don't have noise-cancelling headphones like these.
Two quick notes which I hope are helpful. 1.) When using it for Skype (the mic works great by the way) or GoToMeeting, Wiindows 10 might identify it as a communications device rather than the proper stereo headphones. I almost returned these because the sound was so scratchy, especially on music. Thankfully I read another reviewer's comment who identified the issue and how to solve it - it's a Windows thing - you just have to right-click your speaker icon, go to Playback Devices, and make sure the Stereo listing of the E-7 is the default device and the default communications device. Then you'll get the full benefit and the excellent sound quality these headphones provide.
The second is, if you're like my coworker and don't want noise-cancelling - and buy noise-cancelling headphones for some reason, even though there is a standard pair $10 cheaper right next to it - it's an optional feature you can switch on or off as needed. Sometimes I'll turn it off if it's not noisy in the office, and it still sounds great. Like other headphones with this technology, they can be a bit bulky, but actually they are light and quite comfortable for long use.
So overall, I am very happy with this purchase and don't have any negatives to say about it. Do they compare to the more expensive brands? I can't really answer that, but I also can't imagine those brands being so much better that they justify the cost. These work, and they sound great. That's all I need!
191 of 199 people found the following review helpful.
Treat Yourself, You Are Worth It ! ! !
Overall, One Of The Best Active Noise Cancelling Headphones In It's Price Range!!!
Great sound, design, battery life and blue tooth receiver.
I did alot of research before buying these. Frankly, I was going to treat myself to Bose Comfort 35's because I'm worth it. :-) While the Bose 35 has top of the line sound and noise cancelling, Id read that these headphones come pretty close, so I decided to take a chance. I use headphones all the time, so comfort and battery life were important to me too. I also Iiked the idea I could break one and still get FOUR more for the price of one Bose 35. Read that again - FIVE E7s for the price of ONE Q35 so go mow the lawn with them!
Sound - very good, but not perfect. The bass is decent but not booming, the midrange tends to need a boost, and the highs are very good but tinny to some. Still, a solid B+ sound for <$. My Kloss and Inifinitys were A- while I consider the Bose 35 an A. A+ exists in wired hifi, but even the Q35 loses to some wired competitors.
Noise Cancelling - excellent. While not quite a Bose, I can stand by a washer or any droning noise and have it disappear. Very good and only effects sound quality slightly while simultaneously in active cancelling mode and listening to music.
Bluetooth - better than specs. I was able to walk 50 feet from my amazon echo before loosing pairing. It also pairs easily with typical blinking blue indicator light when it's searching. Forced pairing mode is easily accessible on the right ear.
Design - the design is decent. It's shiny plastic, with stainless steel trim, a little las vegas or whatever you call it. The plastic, however, is too shiny. I'll describe that in CONS.
Comfort - given the weight, pretty comfortable. These are kind of heavy, but the excellent over-the-ear cushions are comfy and not to sweaty. The padded head band is also well constructed. I wear headphones for up to 8 hours at a time. These are some of the best. Others literally hurt the cartilage in my ears after that many hours. It also hangs on the neck well.
Travel - folds flat, but not like a transformer into a small bundle. This is still good for putting in a suitcase or flat space. The travel sack is pretty well made, but like everyone, why not a hard shell case?
Battery Life - excellent. I have never run out during the day. Some say 24 hours plus, I don't know if I've gotten there, because I can't remember the last time I charged right now. It's been a while. So the battery life claims seem legit.
Finger Prints On Plastic - the plastic is so shiny that it keeps every finger print. Given the volume controls on the set, you are guaranteed to always have prints on it. The manufacturer should really change to a matte plastic, and it would look a little less Las Vegas too. I saw the .cn version on their foreign site and it's a slicker, less shiny design.
Digital Volume Control - I really don't like digital volume controls. You have to hold it down for some time to get to a certain level. The old rotary volume dial is so much more convenient.
Power Switch- too small. It's just hard to find sometimes, and the toggle could have just been made larger. Now this could have been a digital button.
A Little Heavy For Exercise - the band and padding minimalize the weight, so normally I wouldn't have noted the weight. In fact, this isn't a real CON, just an answer to some false advertising by reviewers saying these are good for exercise. Real exercise involves sweating, so the pads will get yucky, and real exercise often involves real movement, so heavy headphones are again inappropriate. Buds are the ONLY thing for strenuous exercise.
For the money, these are the best headphones I've owned. I love the overall quality and noise cancelling definitely works - remember that's only for constant droning noise, not voices or other sharp sounds. The only notable drawbacks are fingerprints, a cumbersome digital volume control, and a tiny power switch - not deal breakers.
If you're on the fence, and the money isn't that much, treat yourself, YOU ARE WORTH IT!