So it has been almost two months since I began using the SOHO II NC earbuds. They have been used at work, during yard work, with my ROKU at home, on road trips and while skiing. It was my first time experiencing Active Noise Canceling headphones and I couldn't be more pleased and privileged to have had this opportunity.
So priced at $200 is it worth it?
I can say that if you have never experienced the bliss of Active Noise Canceling technology, you don't know what you're missing. If you are in the market for some premium headphones I highly recommend these.
For me the SOHO II's pack all the power and punch you would want/expect in a NC headphone, yet they do not demand on-lookers attention while using them...I have never been a fan of the over the ear style...for me it is the current 80's equivalent of strolling down the street with your large red boombox on your shoulder. So they are defiantly worth it for style and portability.
The battery life on them is ridiculous and worth it, so that is not a detractor.
They are extremely comfortable as they come with 3 sizing options for your ear, so that's another win.
The sound quality is so beautiful, and your music, calls and podcasts are taken to another dimemension - especially during HD calls! So that is another PRO.
So yes they are, in my opinion, worth every penny, given you are in the market and demand the best experience for your dollar.
Thank you for reading, and feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below!
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