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Nakamichi Headphones

Pick a pair of Nakamichi headphones to enjoy an immersive and impressive listening experience from a brand known for its high-quality audio products. This company makes lightweight and comfortable headphones in a variety of eye-catching designs. These listening devices come in a wide selection of colors and have sturdy plastic frames as well as ear cups wrapped in leather. You can find them at Staples along with a large inventory of headphones from other leading brands.

Choosing Between Wired and Wireless Nakamichi Headphones
Nakamichi wired headphones connect to computers, mobile devices and other audio sources via 3.5mm stereo cables. Wireless models pair with such devices over Bluetooth or similar wireless technologies. With no audio signal loss during transmission, a pair of wired headphones delivers better sound than a comparable wireless model.

Nakamichi Bluetooth headphones have built-in rechargeable batteries that provide up to 18 hours of listening time. You do not have to stay tethered to your music player when listening with them. With no cables getting in the way, these headphones allow a wider range of head movement and let you move around within the wireless range of the Bluetooth device.

Consider Style When Shopping for Headphones
Most Nakamichi headphones are on-ear and over-the-ear models. These are bigger and produce a fuller sound than in-ear headphones or earbuds. On-ear headphones are the smaller of the two styles. Also known as earpad or supra-aural headphones, their earcups rest on listeners' outer ears. They are more comfortable than over-the-ear units but offer less noise isolation. Circumaural or over-the-ear headphones fully enclose the ears. They are bulkier and have wider headbands than on-ear units, but they offer more expansive sounds, deeper bass and higher volumes. These listening devices seal in sounds and produce realistic surround sound effects while blocking out ambient noise.

What Are Volume-Limiting Headphones?
Volume-limiting headphones keep sound outputs at safe levels. They usually keep sound volume pegged at 85dB or less. This is a common feature of Nakamichi headphones meant for kids. Some adult models also have it for those who wish to protect their hearing while listening to loud music.

What Is the Difference Between Noise Canceling and Sound Isolation?
To deliver an immersive sound experience, headphones try to reduce or remove outside noise so that listeners only hear the audio signals coming from their music players. Sound isolation involves putting physical barriers between the ears and outside environment. In-ear headphones offer good sound isolation because they fit snugly inside the ear canal and prevent ambient sound from getting in. Noise canceling is a more active approach. It requires a number of tiny microphones built into the earcups. These capture ambient sounds and pass them to phase-reversing electronics that modify the noise signals and use them to cancel out the initial sound signals.

What Is the Wireless Range of Nakamichi Bluetooth Headphones?
Nakamichi wireless headphones use Bluetooth 4.0 for connectivity. This low-energy Bluetooth standard not only reduces power consumption and increases battery life but also delivers an impressive wireless range of up to 33 feet.
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Nakamichi® BTHP11 On-The-Ear Bluetooth Headphones
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  • Available colors: Black and white
  • Lightweight and comfortable for long use
  • Rechargeable battery lasts up to 18 hours
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Nakamichi® BTHP03 On-The-Ear Bluetooth Headphones
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  • Available colors: Black and white
  • Comfortable, lightweight design
  • Remote volume and playback controls
As low as 83.29 $83.29
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