[RNLD] noise-cancelling headset mikes

Anna Luisa Daigneault annaluisa at livingtongues.org
Wed Aug 5 20:13:58 UTC 2015

Dear all,

We have used this model in some of our digital skills workshops and it
works well, no battery needed:
Sennheiser PC 36 Call Control USB Binaural Headset

I have heard this model works well also, but have not tried it yet:
Sennheiser PC 151 Binaural Headset with Noise-Canceling Microphone & Volume

If you are looking for very high-quality noise-cancelling headphones (no
mic) I also suggest using this type, used by DJs:

best wishes,
Anna Luisa

*Anna Luisa Daigneault, M.Sc*
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On Sun, Aug 2, 2015 at 6:47 AM, David Nathan <dn2 at soas.ac.uk> wrote:

> In the (limited) experience I've had with a wireless (but not
> noise-cancelling) Sennheiser unit, I noticed 2 limitations:
> - there is a latency (time lag) which can make it very difficult if you
> are wearing them and monitoring what's going on around you
> - fairly regularly have to worry about battery charge (and carry special
> charger in the case of the Sennheiser one I used).
> - David
> At 11:03 01/08/2015, Bill Poser wrote:
> Does anyone have recommendations for wireless noise-cancelling headset
> microphones?
> --
> -------------
> David Nathan
> Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education, NT, Australia
> Digital Publishing Consultant www.dnathan.com
> Ethno-ornithology World Archive, University of Oxford
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