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Noise-canceling headphones

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There are microphones on the earcup that pick up external noise. The noise cancelation circuitry takes that noise and produces an inverse signal, effectively canceling out external sounds. 

Yes, noise-canceling headphones do block voices. But some models we offer have unique “pass-through” modes that turn off active noise cancelation momentarily so you can have a conversation without taking the headphones off. “Pass-through” modes are typically activated by holding your hand or finger over one of the earcups or earbuds.

Some Bluetooth noise-canceling headphones support voice assistants like Alexa or Google. You can usually access your voice assistant on those headphones by pressing a button or using onboard touch controls.

A lot of noise-canceling headphones have some means of controlling how much noise cancelation they provide. Most models these days either have an onboard button you can use to select noise cancelation levels, an app with several noise cancelation options, or a combination of the two.