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    Noise-cancelling Bluetooth earphones

    For the last year or two I've been using a pair of QCY Q19 Bluetooth earphones in my helmet:
    http://www.qcy.com/product/56.html

    The sound isn't incredible but they're reasonably cheap. However they're starting to break and I'm looking at a replacement. I see they now have QCY E1 which are noise cancelling:
    http://www.qcy.com/list/367.html
    I'm not sure where you'd put the box, maybe the front of your jacket? Has anyone tried noise cancelling earphones like this?
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    Ive found ones like these https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/a...rod151463.html really good. They are abit more pricy but the sound is good and the controls on the neck is nice with a helmet on.

    I find alot of headphones do not fit as they hit the helmet when i put it on (veyr snug helmet) but these are nice.


    With the noise cancelling ones you use can you hear people honking etc?? Some I found you can and some make it VERY hard (hence term noise cancel) but better to be safe than moan later right.

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    The QCY Q19s aren't noise cancelling. They're good enough for music but not for podcasts - you miss some of the words, especially when doing 100kph on the motorway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by parsley View Post
    The QCY Q19s aren't noise cancelling. They're good enough for music but not for podcasts - you miss some of the words, especially when doing 100kph on the motorway.
    Fair enough I listen to podcasts with mine everyday with no issues on the mway going 100kph if that helps

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