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Creative Labs Aurvana X-Fi Headphones Wired Head-band Music Black, Silver

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  • - Black, Silver Music Head-band Headphones
  • - Wired 3.5 mm connector
  • - Supraaural 20 - 20000 Hz
  • - AA Alkaline
Warranty: 1 year
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Aurvana X-Fi - 20 - 20000Hz, 40mm, 20 SNR dB, 245g
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Creative Labs Aurvana X-Fi, Wired, 20 - 20000 Hz, Music, 245 g, Headphones, Black, Silver

Long summary description Creative Labs Aurvana X-Fi Headphones Wired Head-band Music Black, Silver:
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Creative Labs Aurvana X-Fi. Product type: Headphones. Connectivity technology: Wired. Recommended usage: Music. Headphone frequency: 20 - 20000 Hz. Cable length: 1.5 m. Weight: 245 g. Product colour: Black, Silver

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-08-10 02:21:42
Uk has collected 42 expert reviews for Creative Labs Aurvana X-Fi Headphones Wired Head-band Music Black, Silver and the average expert rating is 78 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
78%
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electricpig.co.uk
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2011-08-10 02:21:40
Funny really. A less ‘creative’-looking pair of headphones would be hard to imagine: dull, plastic-looking and silver has been the headphone design staple for years. The Aurvana, however, does hide a secret weapon in that bland exterior: X-Fi circuitry...
Good Exceptional audio quality. Funky XFi technology.
Bad They're heavy and not exactly eyepleasing.
Bottom line They're ugly and heavy, but the Creative Aurvana X-Fis sound like they've been sent by Buddha himself...
80%
webuser.co.uk
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2011-08-10 02:21:40
With built-in Wi-Fi, this small-screen device is packed with features. Unfortunately, you can’t synchronise the device wirelessly, but you can stream media from your network if it’s available. The 2.5in display isn’t a touchscreen, so you need the but...
80%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:40
The Creative Aurvana X-Fis are folding and noise-cancelling on-ear headphones with X-Fi circuitry to process digital tunes and add a virtualised 3D surround effect. The headphones have a 6.3mm adaptor, detachable cable and use two AA batteries. Weight...
Good We would gladly forsake a lifetime of salt and vinegar pretzels and miniature bottles of gin if airlines handed out this noise-cancelling beauties at the start of a flight instead. Connect them to a music player and let the X-Fi gizmos squeeze every last...
Bad Noise-cancelling isn’t as effective as the Sennheisers and Boses of the world, and you’ll either love or hate the artificial spaciousness of the X-Fi treatment (you can always turn it off it you don’t like it). Sound quality is great at...
Bottom line If you’ve got room in your holiday bags for a plastic sombrero, there should be room for the Aurvana X-Fi. A great commuting gadget too, especially if not all your MP3s are ripped at the highest quality.Creative Aurvana X-Fi is tagged with Creative...
80%
macworld.co.uk
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2011-08-10 02:21:41
Creative’s oddly-named Aurvana X-Fi headphones are a bit pricey, but this is one instance in which you get what you pay for. The first thing you notice is how comfortable they are. The headband is soft and padded, and, as well as adjusting the headb...
Good Comfortable, high-quality noise-cancelling headphones, with additional ‘crystaliser’ option for compressed audio files...
Bad The pseudo-surround sound option isn’t a major benefit, despite the quality this is still a lot of money to shell out on headphones...
80%
techadvisor.co.uk
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2011-08-10 02:21:41
The Creative Aurvana X-Fi headphones block external noise and improve audio quality. But cheap they are not. Noise-cancelling headphones prevent the roar of jet engines (or PC fans) from marring your listening experience. Creative has now added X-Fi...
Bottom line The Creative Aurvana X-Fi is not inexpensive. But the nearest competitor, Boses QuietComfort 2, costs just as much and offers half the features. Which would you rather have - headphones that merely block noise, or headphones that block noise and impr...
70%
techradar.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:42
We first had a play with these cans at IFA in Germany back in September 2007. While we were very impressed at the time, with little chance to try our own inputs and have a proper play, it was hard to make any decisive judgements.Luckily, we now have ou...
Good X-Fi makes music and movies sound awesome, CMSS-3D adds a touch of class, Noise cancelling works well...
Bad The steep price, Sound leakage...
Bottom line We first had a play with these cans at IFA in Germany back in September 2007. While we were very impressed at the time, with little chance to try our own inputs and have a proper play, it was hard to make any decisive judgements.Luckily, we now have ou...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2011-11-04 13:44:57
The Aurvana X-Fi is not inexpensive. But the nearest competitor, Boses QuietComfort 2, costs just as much and offers half the features. Which would you rather have – headphones that merely block noise, or headphones that block noise and improve your...
Good Improve quality of MP3 files, fit comfortably...
Bad Expensive, surround-sound feature doesnt work well The Final Word The Aurvana X-Fi is not inexpensive. But the nearest competitor, Boses QuietComfort 2, costs just as much and offers half the features. Which would you rather have – headphones that m...
Bottom line The Aurvana X-Fi is not inexpensive. But the nearest competitor, Boses QuietComfort 2, costs just as much and offers half the features. Which would you rather have – headphones that merely block noise, or headphones that block noise and improve your...
90%
stuff.co.nz
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2011-11-04 13:44:59
Creatives Aurvana DJ headphones are another part of the companys push into the audiophile market. These closed-back headphones have circumaural muffs, fitting around your ear to block out outside noise. I found the circular muffs a bit small, which m...
0%
impulsegamer.com
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2014-03-20 04:35:24
9.4After reviewing the Bose QuietComfort 3 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones, I thought that I would never experience quality like that again... I was wrong. Creative have come to the noise cancelling party with their latest endeavor to the market c...
94%
tbreak.ae
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2016-12-29 17:05:50
The famous Marcel Marceau (a mime artist) once said, “Music and silence combine strongly because music is done with silence, and silence is full of music.” This hardly made any sense at all until now. These words couldn’t be truer for the Creative Aurv...
Bottom line The Creative Aurvana X-Fi is an exceptional headphone. The noise cancelling feature is quite astounding. With the headphones in noise cancelling mode you can barely hear your own voice when you speak, it really is that good. I managed to go a couple of...
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techtree.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:40
Recently, we reviewed the Aurvana Live from Creative which is set to deliver avid music listeners a melodious experience and the joy of comfort with its ergonomic design and lightweight. Creative specializes in sound and it has more to offer than just...
Good Very Comfortable, Light, Good Sound quality, X-Fi, Noise Cancelation, 3D Surround, Good Package...
Bad Bass (X-Fi mode), Very Expensive...
Bottom line The Creative Aurvana X-Fi sells for Rs.19,999 with a one year warranty. Now, thats highly expensive. But most of the Noise Cancelation headphones from acknowledged brands are expensive. For e.g., the Bose QuiteComfort 3 are for over 21K. So, the prici...
80%
tbreak.com
Updated:
2011-08-10 02:21:40
The famous Marcel Marceau (a mime artist) once said, “Music and silence combine strongly because music is done with silence, and silence is full of music.” This hardly made any sense at all until now. These words couldn’t be truer for the Creative Aurv...
Bottom line The Creative Aurvana X-Fi is an exceptional headphone. The noise cancelling feature is quite astounding. With the headphones in noise cancelling mode you can barely hear your own voice when you speak, it really is that good. I managed to go a couple of...
0%
tomsguide.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:41
Sound quality, on the other hand, poses a problem. By default, the Aurvanas don’t offer very detailed sound. High notes are the real losers with these headphones. Indeed, all attention is turned toward bass frequencies and the medium...
0%
insidehw.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:41
We prepared a little surprise for you from Creative, and it is not mp3 player nor is sound card, neither one of products Creative is best known. For this test we got headphones attended primary for all air plane passengers, but also for all those who l...
Bottom line Final impression is very positive. Headphones are very powerful with all kind of additional options that can be very useful to all frequent travelers and to all audiophiles. The problem can be price: around 300€. As far as we are concern, Creative A...
0%
impulsegamer.com
Updated:
2011-08-10 02:21:41
9.4After reviewing the Bose QuietComfort 3 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones, I thought that I would never experience quality like that again... I was wrong. Creative have come to the noise cancelling party with their latest endeavor to the market c...
94%
Computerpoweruser.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:41
40mm Neodymium magnet drivers; Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz; Impedance: 450 ohms(on), 72 ohms(off); Noise Reduction Level: 20dB Being the first set of headphones to incorporate Xtreme Fidelity technology, Creative’s Aurvana X-Fi headphones have se...
80%
hardwarezone.com.sg
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2011-08-10 02:21:41
Over the past two years, weve seen the proliferation of Sound Blaster products utilizing Creatives X-Fi technology, which gives a marked up audio experience for consumers. The latest product to feature the X-Fi chipset is their flagship Creative A...
Bottom line All in all, the Creative Aurvana X-Fi can be seen as a definitive creation from Creative. Its ability to be driven passively without batteries is a plus point, though that means excluding all the bells and whistles of course. It isnt a perfect creatio...
0%
computershopper.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:41
We wouldnt be caught dead—or even in an airplane—without our Bose QuietComfort 2 noise-canceling headphones. Theyve changed our audio lives in the three years since we first acquired them, killing evil white noise on cross-country fligh...
Good Very good sound quality in ordinary conditions; X-Fi Crystalizer option enhances compressed audio; on-ear volume switch; lots of extras included...
Bad Poorly designed, with bulky earpieces and problematic adjustable headset and audio connector cable; X-Fi CMSS-3D essentially useless...
Bottom line Creatives answer to the Bose QuietComfort series of noise-canceling headphones, the Aurvana X-Fi delivers excellent sound quality—and some crippling design problems...
70%
maximumpc.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:41
We’ve never liked headphones that use active noise cancellation because they simply mask environmental noise by generating background hiss. But Creative’s Aurvana X-Fi headphones are almost good enough to win us over. Donning the headphones and activat...
Good Active noisecancellation works well; good sound.
Bad Active noisecancellation still detectable; harshes midrange tones; drains batteries.
80%
trustedreviews.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:41
A couple of years ago I reviewed the Creative HN-700 noise cancelling headphones, which proved to be revolutionary. It wasn't the active noise cancelling that was revolutionary, rather the fact that Creative had brought the technology to market at a fract...
Bottom line I hate flying, I really do, but these headphones really did make the long flight home from Las Vegas considerably more bearable. The noise cancelling is impressive, while the X-Fi CMSS-3D works well when watching movies, helping to create an immersive exp...
90%
maclife.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:41
Just as good at noise cancelling as Bose’s QuietComfort 2, and they make your digital music sound better too. The newfangled feature that’ll have you scratching your noggin when you’re shoppin’ for headphones is noise cancellatio...
Good Great noise cancellation. Excellent sound quality.
Bad Big and bulky. Can’t fold. Some audio leakage.
Bottom line For $300, you can get a great pair of noise-canceling headphones from Bose or some other manufacturer. Or for $300, you can get a great pair of noise-canceling headphones that also make your music sound better. You decide...
80%
audioholics.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:42
Creative recently sent me their Aurvana X-Fi noise-canceling headphones to evaluate, and after a few flights and some time to listen to them, I can tell you that they worthy contenders if you are considering taking the plunge. The Aurvana X-Fi is a gre...
0%
extremetech.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:42
Great, clean, punchy sound when powered up; good noise reduction. Whats Naughty: Additional effects arent all that interesting. Whats the Deal: When youre traveling, a good set of noise reduction headphones can be a godsend, particularly if youre...
Good Great, clean, punchy sound when powered up; good noise reduction.
Bad Additional effects arent all that interesting.
Bottom line When youre traveling, a good set of noise reduction headphones can be a godsend, particularly if youre nestled near the engine noise on a big airliner. Creatives Aurvana headphones do a very nice job of cancelling out noise. In its basic, powered up...
0%
Theinquirer.net
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2011-08-10 02:21:42
Here we look at the newest and most expensive of them all: Aurvana X-Fi headphones. Creative's ultimate headphone is meant to create 'uber' hi-fi sound - or X-Fi as they call it - from nearly any device, in any environment, be it on a train, a plane...
Good About as good as it gets from headphones...
Bad Size. It's not the most portable of accessories...
70%
Laptopmag.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:42
New headphones from Creative bring the companys sound-enhancing X-Fi technology to an already excellent set of noise-canceling cans.
Good Rich, full sound at all levels, Excellent noise reduction, X-Fi system restores some fidelity to MP3s, iPhone and iPod Touch adapter included...
Bad Sound bleeds out from the headphones, Bulky...
Bottom line Priced at a serious $299 and designed to compete directly with Bose’s QuietComfort 3 headphones, Creative’s Aurvana X-Fi Headphones are just as comfortable and do just as good at job blocking out unwanted noise. But Creative has a secret weapo...
80%
ilounge.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:42
At its core, Aurvana X-Fi was clearly designed to be a competitor to Bose’s popular QuietComfort 2 noise-canceling headphones: Creative went with similar-sized circumaural earcups, which use soft interior memory foam padding with very similar silver...
70%
pcmag.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:42
I approached the Creative Aurvana X-Fi set of noise-canceling headphones as a skeptic. First off, it costs as much as the noise-canceling industry standard, the Bose Quiet Comfort 2—a whopping $300. Then, the price seems to be driven by the inclusio...
Good Pleasant audio performance—much better than Boses Quiet Comforts. Excellent noise cancellation. Well-defined bass. More powerful output than the Quiet Comfort 2s. iPhone-compatible extension cable.
Bad Cable fits awkwardly into headphones. The X-Fi 3D special effect isnt great. Set is less comfy than Boses Quiet Comfort 2.
Bottom line These chunky headphones from Creative could be a bit more comfy, but they eliminate as much noise as the Quiet Comfort 2, sound much better, can operate passively, and can play more loudly...
90%
techcrunch.com
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2011-08-10 02:21:42
Creative made a bold move by integrating its X-Fi sound enhancement technology into a set of noise-canceling headphones, and it paid off. The Creative Aurvana X-Fi gives more expensive models like the Bose QuietComfort 2 and Sennheiser PXC-450 a run fo...
0%
toptenreviews.com
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2011-08-24 01:30:34
Released in September of 2007, the Creative Aurvana X-Fi is one of two noise-cancelling headphones offered by Creative Technology. Creative specializes in a variety of computer equipment, like the Sound Blaster sound card, but they are still new to noi...
Good These headphones feature three different audio settings to fit your situation...
Bad They have an extremely low playback time.
Bottom line Creative needs to improve the Aurvana X-Fi headphones if they want to stay competitive...
63%
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