Panasonic (RP-HC50E-A) Consumer Headphones Headphones

(RP-HC50E-A) Consumer Headphones

As surrounding noise is captured by the microphone, the electronic circuitry generates a signal of the opposite phase which causes destructive interference to occur, that is to say, a sound wave is generated with opposite amplitude and the signals cancel.

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