NAD is known more for excellent budget amps than headphones, but the few models they have put out so far get high marks amongst audiophiles. Their cans are known best for a spacious open sound along with deep bass, and I’m assuming this will carry over to their VISO HP70 Wireless, which is their first wireless ANC headphone.
They retail for $399 which price-wise puts them up there with some of the best ANC products from Bose, Sony, and my current favorites, the Bowers & Wilkins PX. The packaging and overall design surely make them look the part, but do they match up? Stay tuned for my upcoming review!
Features and Unboxing Pics:
- Wireless amplified, tri-mode, closed back design
- Wireless Bluetooth connection powered by aptX HD
- Dual beam-forming microphone configuration for clear voice reception in noisy environments
- Active Noise Cancelling Mode with RoomFeel
- Active Mode with RoomFeel
- Passive Mode, batteries not required
- One tangle-free cord for wired connection
- One tangle-free micro USB cable
- 1/4” stereo and dual input flight adaptors
- 3.5mm analogue input
- Runs on included rechargeable battery power
- Easy folding for travel and storage
- Soft leatherette travel case