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Thank you, Britt: I see there is a cord, too. I "guess" it is universal 
so one can plug it into the airplane port to listen to movies as well. 
They say they are for iphone, ipads, etc.
Gosh, they are enormous......
Thank you!
Linda

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On 3/2/18 8:36 AM, Britt Griswold wrote:
> You would need a different model for noise cancellation:
> https://9to5toys.com/2017/10/31/audio-technica-ath-anc9-noise-canceling/
>
> Not a big fan of the styling. I'm sure Bose makes some nice looking 
> expensive ones.
>
> Britt
>
>
> On 3/2/18 9:24 AM, Linda Feltner wrote:
>> Hi All:
>> Do you have any preferences for noise-cancelling headsets, for either 
>> airplane us, or otherwise? I'm beginning research and know this 
>> ListServ is full of great ideas.  Earbuds are painful when flying and 
>> watching movies, so thought I'd adventure into something more 
>> substantial.
>>
>> Britt: you mentioned to me one time the muff-type, audio=technica 
>> ATH-M20x.  do you still like yours? Or are these for audio use, but 
>> not noise-cancelling AS WELL.  dual purpose would be nice.
>>
>> Thanks!
>> Linda
>
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