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Variable external noise sources aren't going to be able to be picked up and dealt with by the anc with any degree of accuracy but constant sounds such as the hum of an ac unit, the sound of the road in a car, or the background chatter on the tube all fall into categories that the anc-g5 will deal with just fine in our testing
When engaged in the above scenarios we found the sound clearer and louder; preamble:it was that one head-fi thread where grace reached out and asked for ten people for a possible review of a headphone called “mixcder anc-g5”, a company i haven’t heard of ever
As it turns out the brand is relatively unknown, but is making inexpensive audio products as well as oem products on order, and has got someone in their team who is in the audio and headphone industry for over 20 years – so there is a good amount of hope inside of me that the company has got products in their stable that are well tuned and sound halfway decent at least
The reason why i mainly got attracted by the anc-g5 is because this in-ear headphone in the rather lower price range has got an active noise cancelling module built in – the basic working principle of anc is relatively simple and consists of a microphone and amplifier that instantaneously sends the exterior noise with inverted phase to the headphone and in sum, those inverted phase sound waves mix with the in-phase sound waves of the noise we are hearing and when done well, the sound waves eliminate each other and therefore the exterior noise isn’t heard anymore