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Xiaomi’s Noise Cancelling Headphones Released, Priced At 299 Yuan (~$45)

by Jed John 13

December 12 is yet another unique day in China as it is a date where the month and day are having similar digits (12.12) and it is usually heralded with sales promotion. Xiaomi has launched a new product ahead of the 12.12 sales and it is a noise-cancelling headphone. The new headphone comes in at a cheap price of 299 Yuan (~$45) and would go on its first sale at 0.00 hrs on December 12.Xiaomi Noise Cancelling Headphone

The new Xiaomi Noise-Cancelling headphone improves on the features of the first-gen Mi Noise Cancelling headphones. It utilizes a moving coil + acoustic architecture which results in a rich and delicate sound quality. The architecture is said to place the new Mi headphone ahead of other noise-cancelling headphones which usually experience lower sound quality when noise reduction is turned on.Xiaomi Noise Cancelling Headphones

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Further, the Xiaomi Noise-cancelling headphones have the Japanese Hi-Res Audio standard certification and can restore sound quality up to CD-level. Design wise, it features an ergonomic earplug design with a soft cone. It comes in solid black and has an elastic clip at the back which makes for easy usage. The noise reduction box, metal clip and headphones are all manufactured using the 6-series aluminium alloy. The control panel houses a volume control and pause button as well as a two-speed noise reduction switch with support for 50-1500Hz broadband active noise reduction and 20dB maximum noise suppression. With these parameters, the headphone is well suited for noisy environments such as aircrafts and subways. In addition, the Xiaomi headset comes with a built-n 55mAh battery which can be charged using a micro-USB port onboard. The battery can be charged to 100% in just two hours and can deliver up to 12 hours of continuous usage. Usually, Xiaomi doesn’t launch these products outside China formally but expect to find it on e-commerce platforms like GearBest and LightInTheBox soon.

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  • Shad8x .

    Do they come with 3,5mm plug or usb type c connection ?

    • Martin Kadlec

      USB-c i do have them like 3 weeks and they are not bad at all

      • Shad8x .

        I also thought these are the same as those that were avaible for like a year now, but no, look at the pictures, these ones are different, new model.

        • Saki

          This is the 3.5mm version of the existing Type-C model.

          • Snap

            The previous model was nothing great at all. They sounded very average and noise cancelling was nothing like the Bose. I returned them the day after I received them.

          • balcobomber25

            Of course they were nothing like Bose, they sell for over $200 less than the Bose version. For $45 you won’t find too many in ear headsets that offer better noise cancelling.

      • willysson

        And, how good is the noise cancelling?

  • NextHype

    “the Xiaomi Noise-cancelling headphones have the Japanese Hi-Res Audio standard certification and can restore sound quality up to CD-level”

    up to CD-level ? CD-level is 128kbps. Not sure this is “Japanese Hi-Res” compliant ^^

    • MaxPower

      That’s a standard mp3 compression.
      A CDA or cd audio is uncompressed, and when you”rip” it you should get a uncompressed WAV file of
      1411Kbps, 10 times bigger than a compressed mp3 file.

      • NextHype

        Damn, you’re right, I was wrongly thinking of the 128kbps rate sold as a “CD-level” quality at the beginning of mp3 compression in the 90’s ^^
        Probably because CDs belong to the past now that ppl buy mp3s and FLACs.

      • balcobomber25


        How are you? Happy Holidays btw. I have been in China for the past 2 months so haven’t been on any of the sites much. I picked up my Mi Mix 2 last week and so far love it!

        • MaxPower

          Hey, happy holidays!
          I’m working 70 hours a week but I’m good.
          I was going to get the MI Mix 2 but at the end I chose the OP5T because I was afraid the MIX2 wouldn’t have last me long due to my careless behavior.

          Nice to hear you love that phone.
          I’m very satisfied with the OnePlus, but if I could go back I would pick the Mate 10 (non pro) for just $60 more. The more I read reviews and the more I think that’s the real deal.

  • balcobomber25

    I assume these, like all Xiaomi headpones, are produced by OneMore (especially given the Japanese Hi-Res part). I am waiting for the Xiaomi version of the OneMore Triple Driver, I have heard great things about those.