Creative unveils new noise-cancelling in-ear earphones

Creative Technology Ltd. announced an exciting new addition to its range of noise-cancelling personal audio gear – the Creative EP-3NC in-ear earphones. Being a pair of lightweight Active Noise-Cancelling (ANC) earphones with high EP-3NCperformance sonic reproduction and extended battery life, the Creative EP-3NC earphones are ideal for busy commuters and travellers who seek peace and solace in increasingly crowded environments by shielding them from annoying ambient noise by up to 90%.

Designed with portability in mind, the Creative EP-3NC earphones are one of the lightest pairs of Active Noise-Cancelling earphones in the market today, yet endowed with extended use capability for up to 100 hours on a single AAA alkaline battery. Furthermore, travellers are able to continue listening to their favourite music or movies in passive mode without Active Noise-Cancellation even after the battery power runs out – an advantage for travellers who find themselves without extra batteries during a trip.

Creative EP-3NC Earphones

Tuned Neodymium magnet drivers offer powerful playback for today’s digital music or in-flight entertainment. Combine this with the pristine delivery from high-quality Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) cabling and gold-plated plug, users will find the Creative EP-3NC earphones to be an aural delight, anywhere.

Complementing the Creative EP-3NC earphones’ high performance are intuitive features that make them convenient to use. The push-to-hear Monitor button allows users to hear surrounding sounds without the need to remove their earphones. An integrated shirt clip allows the in-line Active Noise-Cancelling unit to be easily attached to clothing. The Creative EP-3NC earphones also come with three different eartip sizes to cater to most listeners, plus an airplane adapter, an AAA alkaline battery and a soft travel pouch for storage.


Key Features of the Creative EP-3NC Earphones

  • Effective ambient noise reduction by up to 90%
  • Stylish closed-type earphones with 9mm Neodymium magnet drivers produce superior audio with deep bass for all types of digital music and entertainment
  • Extended battery life of up to 100 hours with a single AAA alkaline battery
  • Ergonomic in-ear design allows the earphones to serve as passive noise isolation earphones when Active Noise-Cancelling is switched off or when battery power runs out
  • Convenient push-to-hear Monitor function allows users to listen to ambient sound without taking off the earphones
  • Comfortable soft silicone eartips in 3 sizes ensure an optimal fit for long hours of usage

Creative EP-3NC

Technical Specifications of the Creative EP-3NC Earphones

  • 9mm Neodymium magnet drivers
  • Frequency response of 6Hz ~ 23kHz
  • Impedance of 33 ohms (ANC on) and 16 ohms (ANC off)
  • Sensitivity at 1kHz of 104dB/mW (ANC on) and 102dB/mW (ANC off)
  • Cable length of 1.3m Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) wires
  • Battery life of up to 100 hours from 1 x AAA alkaline battery. Duration may vary depending on temperature and condition of use
  • Product weight of 27 grams

Pricing and Availability

The Creative EP-3NC earphones are currently available at the online store at creative.com/shop in Europe at the suggested retail price of €99.99.

Source: Creative

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