What is the difference between noise isolating and noise cancelling
- Asked by John B from Houston
RHA T20i High-Fidelity Noise-Isolating In-Ear Headphones
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1 Answer from the Community
Noise isolating means that ambient noise is effectively shut out by the seal between the IEM buds and your ear canal. Noise cancelling uses electronic circuitry to create a sound of the opposite frequency to that of the background noise, thus cancelling it out.
- Answered by Stephen P