Published on 12, July, 2020
Hi, I suffer from misophonia and currently wear on ear wireless headphones with white noise to block out sounds. I have 3 pairs which have at least 12h battery life to ensure that I have one available at all times + a spareI recently got told that I should watch the show A-Typical. I'm not sure why. So far I've found the TV show distressing. But anyway; I noticed that the main character with autism has noise canceling headphone and wondered if anyone has any experience with some that they could recommend.Reading about noise canceling, In my mind I'm imagine something that negates all sounds and give you total silence. As I sometimes require to listen to sounds very loud to block out some noise. This would be far safer for me as I already have tinnitus.This this is true on how they actually work. Can someone recommend some headphones which do this? I like my current ones because I can sleep with them on
I have a pair of Sennheiser HD540 BT headphones that I was given as a birthday present. They are quite good because they block out most of the background noise and it makes me feel much calmer on public…
Please could someone put a short glossary on here cos I'm still confused about the different types you can get.
I've recently bought the Bose Quite Comfort in ear headphones, for wearing around town and at my daughters swimming lessons. I've found them to be really good, comfortable with good sound quality. They have a microphone on the outside which monitors external noise and then the headphones generate the opposite frequency to cancel out the sound. i think this is basically how all of those types of headphones work, so apologies if I'm repeating something you already know or someone has already said.
I always listen to the radio or music from YouTube. The combination of noise cancelling and a bit of Drum n' Bass usually does the trick!