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  • How is Sound Isolation different from Noise Cancellation?

    Sound isolation is a passive, physical method of reducing external noise that uses optimized materials to reduce the ambient noise that enters through your headphones.


    Noise cancellation is an active, electronic method of reducing unwanted ambient sound that adds processed sound to your audio to reduce the perception of ambient noise.


    Our headphones achieve very high ambient noise reduction through passive sound isolation techniques.

  • What is audio sharing?

    We designed our MH40 headphones with a 3.5mm input/output on both ear cups. You can connect your source to either ear cup.


    If you would like to share your listening experience, simply plug another pair of headphones into the available ear cup jack.