Do they have an actual Noise Reduction Rating or are you just using the Active Noise Cancellation? I've been on the search for a decent set of headphones that will allow you to wear a full brimmed hat and provide actual NRR. Noise cancelling would be a nice addition, but it does nothing for reducing the decibels reaching your ears and doing damage.I picked up a set of the Bose QC 35ii just for the mower.
Thank you sir. :hi:I will look into these. :thumbup1gif:Comparing them to 3M just basic shooting muffs, they're not as quiet, but pretty close without anc turned on. The active noise canceling does reduce the decibels you hear by emitting sound waves at 180 degrees to sounds heard. This effectively cancels out the sound pressure that would have been exerted on your ear drum. I can tell a massive difference compared to when I was just using in ear headphones, I no longer feel like I've been on a construction site for 8 hours.
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Speaking to noisy tractors. I was actually discussing with my buddy on how to either, A. Put a temperature controlled electric fan clutch on my X758, or B. Just installing a high volume electric fan with a thermostat.Thank you sir. :hi:I will look into these. 1gif:
I apologize for the hijack. Let's get back to noisy tractors!:cheers: