AirPods Max review: it's not easy to justify the price

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The new AirPods Max are turning heads with a high price tag and excellent audio quality. But is what you get worth the $549?

AirPods Max next to iPhone 12
AirPods Max next to iPhone 12 Pro

AirPods Max design

AirPods Max come in five different colors, sky blue, green, pink, silver, and space gray. Each color is two-toned, featuring a lighter color on the anodized earcups and a darker one for the headband.

AirPods Max have one of the most bespoke designs ever created for a set of headphones. The top portion of the headphones is made of stainless steel before being coated with a premium soft-touch material akin to silicone. The canopy is made from a proprietary mesh that is designed to wrest just atop your head.

AirPods Max
AirPods Max


Each arm of the AirPods Max extend to accommodate user's heads of different sizes. Anodized aluminum makes up the cups themselves, which is lighter than the steel and allows for the svelte anodization Apple is known for.

Each of the cushions on the earcups are a similar mesh material filled with some form of memory foam. They are easily detachable thanks to magnets, enabling them to be replaced or swapped for another color.

Removable mesh ear cushions on AirPod Max
Removable mesh ear cushions on AirPods Max


We don't mind the mesh fabric but aren't sure everyone will. Leather is more typical on high-end headphones, but we know that isn't everyone's cup of tea, either. Leather can get quite warm in the summer months, while the mesh is more comfortable year-round. It wouldn't be surprising to see third-parties launch their own replacement leather cushions. If that does come to fruition, it would be great to have swappable replacements handy.

AirPods Max Digital Crown
AirPods Max Digital Crown


As far as physical controls, AirPods Max have two buttons located atop the right earcup. Apple has borrowed the Digital Crown from Apple Watch and planted it right on the AirPods Max. It is subtly different, including roughly double in size. Apple also neglected to include the original Digital Crown's haptic feedback that emulates the physical click of a wheel. It still retains the auditory click, so as you rotate the wheel, you'll hear a faint clicking noise in your ear.

The Digital Crown can be pressed to pause or play your content, double-clicked to skip songs, and triple-clicked to go to the previous track. Holding it down will summon Siri, though you can also use "Hey, Siri." It is a delightful way to interact with the headphones, though it is prone to accidental bumps.






Between the steel, the batteries, and everything else, the AirPods Max are a bit on the heavy side. They weigh in at almost 14 ounces. Competing headphones typically clock in around eight ounces. Picking up the headphones, you can tell they are hefty, yet it gives them a much more premium feel.

We've worn AirPods Max for many hours In our few days with the headphones, and for us, the weight hasn't been an issue. We feel as though it makes the headphones feel sturdy and solid. This will undoubtedly vary person-to-person as we've already seen on social media and comments on existing coverage. Like with any headphones, it will always come down to individual comfort.

Only one port graces the exterior of the AirPods Max, a single Lightning port used for charging and using the headphones in wired mode. Many will undoubtedly rant and rave about the lack of USB-C, but on the positive side, if you're using the headphones with your iPhone, you only need one cable.

That case...

Many people have strong feelings about the origami fabric that is the AirPods Max Smart Case. We won't go as far as to say we hate it, but certainly, more could be done. It comes off as different for the sake of being different and winds up sacrificing functionality and practicality.

AirPods Max Smart Case
AirPod Max Smart Case


Apple designed the case from a single piece of precision-cut fabric folded, glued, and shaped into a pliable case that the headphones can be inserted into. The case barely covers the two ear cups. The anodized aluminum ear cups are arguably the most vulnerable part of the headphones and most likely to be scratched if tossed into a bag.

The main point of a case is to offer protection to your headphones, but the Smart Case skirts its responsibility. With the case on, parts of the cups are still exposed. There are large gaps on the underside as well as the top that could still be scratched inadvertently.

We don't mind the lack of top protection on the Max, as it does make them easier to grasp and they take up less space when in our bag. We took ours with us on a road trip and when in our backpack, it was much quicker to pick up the headphones right from the headband.

Recently, we've been comparing the AirPods Max to other popular headphones such as the Sony MX4 and Bose NC 700. The Bose has a case that is quite a bit larger than the Max, takes up more space in our bag, and is harder to remove. Had Apple crafted an appropriately luxe case that more adequately covered the earcups, we'd be happier.

Smart capabilities and battery life

Protection aside, the case has a few practical benefits -- notably, conserving a portion of your battery life. The case has a magnet in it, it can sleep and wake the headphones, similar to the line of smart covers for the iPad. That magnet is the extent of the smart capabilities.

AirPods Max Smart Case
AirPods Max Smart Case


When AirPods Max are slid into the case, they immediately go into a low-power state but Bluetooth and Find My tracking remain active. After 18 hours of sitting idle in the case, they slip into an even lower state of sleep where Bluetooth and Find My are disabled to conserve even more battery. We're of a mixed mind about this, given that it doesn't save all that much battery power, even when in the deepest sleep.

That said, this isn't crucial to the use of the AirPods Max. Outside the case, the headphones slip into the low power mode automatically after five minutes of sitting stationary off your head. They then drop into the ultra-low power mode after 72 hours. So if you don't want to use the case, you don't have to, and you will only lose a few battery percentage points as the tradeoff.

Interestingly, Apple is not just detecting when they don't have audio playing or are on your head, but they watch for motion as well. That way, if you are moving around with the headphones, they wake up and enable Bluetooth, so they connect instantly when you need them.

If they are in the case and moving, they will stay in the low power mode rather than the ultra-low-power mode. In practice, this is handy because it keeps Find My active. So if we were traveling or just carrying them around, we'd have that last location in Find My or the ability to track them down if we left them somewhere nearby.

Apple could undoubtedly boost battery life ever so slightly by changing how these low power modes work, as well as the Smart Case, but what we got is a good balance of usability versus other concerns.

AirPods Max connectivity

Apple's H1 is part of what gives the AirPods Max an industry-leading hundred-foot range. As a general rule, this compares very well to a typical 30 foot range on typical headphones in the class -- which we will be discussing more about very soon.

The rest of the range equation comes from Apple's use of Class 1 Bluetooth audio. Class 1 is harder on battery life than the alternatives, which is why most others don't use it. In conjunction with the pair of H1 chips, the Class 1 audio provides a more robust signal, cutting way back on any dropouts from a challenging RF environment that may otherwise occur.

The H1 chip allows effortless setup
The H1 chip allows for effortless setup


Aside from Bluetooth, you do have the option to use AirPods Max in wired mode. There are limitations.

To use AirPods Max wired, you need a Lightning to 3.5mm aux cable, which isn't included in the box. We're torn on how we feel about the lack of included cable. On the one hand, the vast majority of users will not be using AirPods Max wired. If Apple had the cable in the box, it would be mostly unnecessary and contribute to the growing pile of e-waste.

At the same time, those who do require the cable are forced to shell out an additional $35 for Apple's inadequate cable. Apple's cable is far too thin, fragile, and short for our liking. As usual, third-party companies will make their own, but it relies on non-Apple vendors to fix the issue.

It would have been a better comprise if Apple did sell the cable on its own but dropped the price to something more manageable, especially for what it is.

While using it in wired mode, the Digital Crown can still control volume though it is incapable of controlling playback, and the noise control button can toggle the ANC mode.

Block out external noise -- and letting it in

Just as with AirPods Pro, there are two ANC modes present on AirPods Max. There are active noise cancelation and transparency modes, which is Apple's branding for the pass-through audio mode that allows the noise around you to be heard.

ANC

Active noise cancelation is even better here on the Max than it is on the AirPods Pro. The larger drivers and additional microphones are likely contributing to that. There are nine microphones on the AirPods Max, eight of which are used for ANC and three used for voice control and phone calls.

AirPods Max are covered in microphones
AirPod Max are covered in microphones


In all environments we tested, it removed any background noise as well as its competitors. This is easily best-in-class ANC and one of the best features Apple has baked in here.

Transparency mode

Transparency mode is also quite good, though it has a few shortcomings during our tests.

In normal conditions, it worked well with only a slight hiss in the background as the exterior audio is passed through. It works exceptionally well, enabling you to be aware of your surroundings, which is vital when you're wearing over-the-ear headphones.

Our only gripe is with high-pitched noises, even subtle ones. Walking around the studio, our shoes on the wood flooring creates a slight shuffling sound at times, and that gets amplified very loudly through the headphones when transparency mode is on. Many other noises get boosted like this and we can't see a fix for it.

AirPods Max Audio fidelity

Turning to audio, we're underwhelmed. In short, they produce above-average audio but fall short of other $550 headphones.

Baked into AirPods Max are 40mm Apple-designed dynamic drivers. Apple seems to be targeting a neutral audio profile, with excellent fidelity on the mids and highs but no extremes on either end. The soundstage is fantastic and more significant than most comparable models, which is fantastic for listening to music and watching movies.



Bass isn't bad but is volume dependent. The lows were disappointing when turned down, but as we hit 50 percent or louder volume, the bass came in punchy and strong. At near-max volume, the bass was enough to near shake the cups on your head during a bass-heavy song.

Overall, the audio sounds clean and clear. The simplest way to describe it is as "pleasing." While that may not suffice for audiophiles, the average consumer who picks these up should be just fine with it.

Spatial audio is another feature altogether that needs highlighting. Between spatial audio and ANC, it is a unique experience to use these headphones. In our testing, we kicked back to watch the latest episode of The Mandalorian through Disney+ on our iPad Pro.

Initially, we legitimately thought our headphones weren't working, and we were hearing the audio come straight from the speakers in front of us, especially as we moved our heads. Audio continued to come right from the characters on-screen as we turned our heads in any direction. It is surreal. It wasn't until we removed the headphones that we confirmed that the effect was coming from the AirPods Max.

Listening to music on AirPods Max
Listening to Apple Music on AirPods Max


Aside from the effect of audio's direction coming from the device, spatial audio also allows audio to come from all around you when mixed in Dolby 7.1 surround or Dolby Atmos. With Atmos the effect is especially impressive as sound can come from above, behind, or any direction. It is a next-level listening experience and makes us want to listen more on headphones on our TV due to the better effects.

The only hang-up is the lack of options. At the moment, spatial audio is limited to a few content providers. Apple's own content, HBO Max, and Disney+ are just a few of the apps that support spatial audio, but big players like Netflix currently don't. Developers will need to get on board with this because it does make a big difference in media consumption.

Outside of video, developers can integrate spatial audio into games and other apps as well. Apple has opened it up as an API, so as you are playing a racing game, a first-person shooter, or anything else, the action can be happening around you. We can't wait for this to become more prevalent, and we hope Apple finds a way to designate spatial audio support for apps, perhaps in the App Store listing.

Going the wired route

As we said, most everyone will use AirPods Max wirelessly, though there are times when wired makes sense. For us, it is when we need a lag-free experience, such as while recording voiceover or recording the HomeKit Insider podcast.

When wired, it is nice that you can still control the volume with the Digital Crown. We also appreciate the slightly higher level of volume you get. There's also a bit more clarity in the subtle details of songs we listened to. Not enough that we will prefer wired every time -- and it certainly looks ridiculous trying to use it wired with our iPhone, but it is nice that is an option.

The downside is that this doesn't work via USB audio. You can't use a Lightning to USB-C cable and get audio over USB -- you have to use Lightning to aux. Had Apple gone the USB-C route, we're sure this would have been a different story.

Are AirPods Max worth the splurge?

If you don't put any value in having a set of headphones tied closely into the Apple ecosystem, we'll never be able to convince you AirPods Max are worth it. Simply put -- they don't sound like a pair of $500 headphones. They are absolutely above average and compare favorably to many popular models like the Sony XM4, Bowers & Wilkins P7, or Bose NC 700, but they fall short at the $550 price point.

That said, for us and our uses, they are worth the price Apple set -- but just barely. The build quality is exceptional. The audio quality is fantastic and is going a long way towards bringing Hi-Fi to the masses. And the tight integration into iOS is a far cry from what third-parties can even hope for.

How these are controllable through Siri, how you can adjust them in Control Center, the ability to automatically switch between your devices, the easy setup process, and the fantastic 100-foot range are all invaluable additions to a set of headphones.

AirPods Max in Sky Blue and Space Gray
AirPods Max in Sky Blue and Space Gray


Again, spatial audio is the real killer feature for us. Watching videos with these is fantastic and unparalleled to any other headphones we've used.

Those features, though, are all secondary. If you are buying headphones purely for the audio quality, you can do just as good for less. It's up to you what you can justify for a set of headphones. For us, Apple made it worth the splurge.

Pros
  • Excellent, premium design

  • Dual H1 chips for audio processing, range, and signal robustness

  • Extremely comfortable

  • Deep iOS integration

  • Spatial audio is killer

  • Better than average audio

  • Good battery life

  • Excellent ANC

  • Solid physical controls
Cons
  • The case -- enough said

  • Controls are easy to bump when removing headset

  • Audio quality could be better

  • Transparency mode harsh on highs

  • No aux cable included and Apple's is expensive and fragile

Rating: 4 out of 5

-- assuming you're embedded deeply in the Apple ecosystem. Otherwise, maybe look at some of the other options we've mentioned above.

Where to buy AirPods Max

AirPods Max are available to purchase at leading Apple resellers like Amazon, Adorama and B&H Photo, with the best deals at your fingertips in the AppleInsider AirPods Price Guide.
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Comments

  • Reply 1 of 80
    Best non-biased review I’ve read here in a long time. For a couple hundred more you could get a pair of B&W P9. I think Apple has lost their way here. While the integration into the Apple ecosystem is great, the price is simply a money grab and an insult to the Apple faithful. 
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  • Reply 2 of 80
    cornchipcornchip Posts: 1,897member
    Best non-biased review I’ve read here in a long time. For a couple hundred more you could get a ________________. I think Apple has lost their way here. While the integration into the Apple ecosystem is great, the price is simply a money grab and an insult to the Apple faithful. 

    I feel as if I’ve read this exact sentence 1976 times. 

    Apple. Losing their way since 1976™ 
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  • Reply 3 of 80
    avon b7avon b7 Posts: 6,166member
    Best non-biased review I’ve read here in a long time. For a couple hundred more you could get a pair of B&W P9. I think Apple has lost their way here. While the integration into the Apple ecosystem is great, the price is simply a money grab and an insult to the Apple faithful. 
    Yes!

    Congratulations on a balanced review. 
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  • Reply 4 of 80
    That case...

    More indication that Jonny I’ve isn’t at the helm anymore. 
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  • Reply 5 of 80
    cornchip said:
    Best non-biased review I’ve read here in a long time. For a couple hundred more you could get a ________________. I think Apple has lost their way here. While the integration into the Apple ecosystem is great, the price is simply a money grab and an insult to the Apple faithful. 

    I feel as if I’ve read this exact sentence 1976 times. 

    Apple. Losing their way since 1976™ 
    Hyperbole much? He / She is obviously talking about the AirPods Max and not Apple as a company. Apple is not infallible. They have had product failures in their 40+ years as a company.
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  • Reply 6 of 80
    Best non-biased review I’ve read here in a long time. For a couple hundred more you could get a pair of B&W P9. I think Apple has lost their way here. While the integration into the Apple ecosystem is great, the price is simply a money grab and an insult to the Apple faithful. 
    $999 B&W P9 have really poor build quality I’m told. I think P7 might be a better buy - can’t seem to find anyone selling either now though.

    What other Wireless ANC Headphones can you get for $600 that are better sounding? That is the question. I don’t think there is a truly comparable alternative.

    Another good question is what better sounding wireless (non-ANC) headphones can you get for similar money?

    By better sounding, I mean more neutral, not cheap trashy fake bass sony and beats.

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  • Reply 7 of 80
    mac_dog said:
    That case...

    More indication that Jonny I’ve isn’t at the helm anymore. 
    Word on the street is that the APM were 4 years in the making.  So there's a strong chance that Jony Ive still had a lot of influence into the design of this product.
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  • Reply 8 of 80
    For sure they are worth the price.  They are amazing wireless noise reducing headphones.  Forget the case, fools -- it's not the case, it's the headphones that count.  And anyway, what other headphone case allows you to remove the headphones from sitting deep inside your top-loading briefcase, that's sitting on the floor in front of your seat on a flight.  Genius!
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  • Reply 9 of 80
    flydogflydog Posts: 1,092member
    I think Apple has lost their way here. While the integration into the Apple ecosystem is great, the price is simply a money grab and an insult to the Apple faithful. 
    Been hearing this same tired old line since Apple decided to remove the floppy disc from the Mac, then after they removed the CD-ROM, then after they removed mic jacks, yada, yada, yada .....


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  • Reply 10 of 80
    Anyone have any idea if Atmos from AppleTV works through these?  I know spatial audio doesn't (because the AppleTV doesn't know where it is) but Atmos should still work to give surround.
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  • Reply 11 of 80
    BeatsBeats Posts: 2,913member
    The price is GREAT. According to reviews they destroy everything cheaper and have features that literally NO ONE else has, exclusive Apple tech and seamless integration like pairing. They also have unmatched build quality and that's before getting to the design!

    Comparing them to other $550 "dumb" headsets is well, dumb. As if the extra features, R&D don't count. Funny how people conveniently change the goalposts/rules against Apple to criticize them.

    avon b7 said:
    Best non-biased review I’ve read here in a long time. For a couple hundred more you could get a pair of B&W P9. I think Apple has lost their way here. While the integration into the Apple ecosystem is great, the price is simply a money grab and an insult to the Apple faithful. 
    Yes!

    Congratulations on a balanced review. 

    When should we expect the knockoff Huawah version to release? You know since "that's where the industry is going anyway!" and "how else are headphones supposed to be designed!?!?!"
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  • Reply 12 of 80
    mac_dog said:
    That case...

    More indication that Jonny I’ve isn’t at the helm anymore. 
    If Ive made them, they would be 2mm thin.  But these are pretty ugly.
  • Reply 13 of 80
    BeatsBeats Posts: 2,913member
    flydog said:
    I think Apple has lost their way here. While the integration into the Apple ecosystem is great, the price is simply a money grab and an insult to the Apple faithful. 
    Been hearing this same tired old line since Apple decided to remove the floppy disc from the Mac, then after they removed the CD-ROM, then after they removed mic jacks, yada, yada, yada .....


    New one regarding AirPods Max:

    Apple removed the on and off switch!!
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  • Reply 14 of 80
    BeatsBeats Posts: 2,913member
    Best non-biased review I’ve read here in a long time. For a couple hundred more you could get a pair of B&W P9. I think Apple has lost their way here. While the integration into the Apple ecosystem is great, the price is simply a money grab and an insult to the Apple faithful. 



    And people cry that these are "too expensive" yet it's ok for other headphones to exist in the price range or higher. Headphones that are "dumb" and don't offer half the features Apple does.

    Again, it's funny how people CONVENIENTLY leave out Apple's exclusive features just to level the playing field for others. Haha.
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  • Reply 15 of 80
    Only Apple would make headphones without a headphone jack, without a power switch, with cloth that will get dirty, worn out, and hard to clean, and cripple the control of your music when you use their $35 wired cable for better audio.

    Didn't AI recently have an article on how to disable the automatic device switching because it is annoying when the AirPods switch to another device without your control?  Like when they automatically switch to your Mac when you wanted to keep listening on your iPhone?

    I have the Sony MX3s and they are amazing.  Excellent sound quality, excellent ANC, fold into a compact hard case, wired connection included, USB-C, excellent controls by swiping on the right ear (or covering the right ear to turn off ANC temporarily), customizable software in the Sony app, and zero issues with Bluetooth connection or wired (preferred for better audio), and all for over $200 less.

    You nailed it with this review.  Mediocre sound quality (typical of all Apple sound products) and not good enough to justify the $549 price.  Apple could have had something if they were $349 or less to compete with Bose and Sony, but no audiophile will buy these headphones if that was the market they were hoping for.  Audiophiles or recording artists do not listen to Bluetooth audio.
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  • Reply 16 of 80
    aderutter said: What other Wireless ANC Headphones can you get for $600 that are better sounding? That is the question. I don’t think there is a truly comparable alternative.
    Yeah, that's the hole in this review: saying that the sound doesn't match the price range without citing another competing product that is considered better for sound and has a reasonably similar feature set as the AirPods Max. 
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  • Reply 17 of 80
    dewmedewme Posts: 4,183member
    Nice review.

    About the only pushback I have is that the non-leather ear pads may be very popular with folks who have experienced sauna-ears from wearing leather (real or faux) for extended periods of time, like on an 8 hour or longer flight. Let's see what feedback comes in from longer term users.

    On the one hand, if you compare individual features and attributes of the AirPods Max with competitive offerings from other makers, it's obvious that Apple has done their homework and delivered a highly competitive product that's marginally better in a few areas. On the other hand, features like Spatial Audio probably tell us that Apple has a few tricks up its sleeve with the AirPods Max that it has not fully exploited - yet. I'd imagine that Spatial Audio may be prove to be a differentiated capability for future applications like gaming and augmented reality. Since these things are very much an active audio computing device when paired with Apple computers in other form factors, there are potentially some future upgrades and fine tuning that may come via firmware updates and through cooperative processing with other Apple devices, some of which have yet to be revealed. 

    I think it's safe to say that the lingerie case isn't getting any love from anyone at all. The non folding design of the AirPods Max definitely limited what Apple could do from a space saving case perspective.  Anything that fully protects the full extent of the AirPods Max would probably be the size of a hat box, cake box, or kiddie backpack. Who really wants to carry around a behemoth case? I'm sure that third party case makers will rise to the occasion and delivery many alternatives, and they will all be jumbo sized.

    I'm still taking a wait & see on these. At the very least I will have to do some A/B testing with music tracks that I have an affinity for. Whenever I buy headphones I always test drive them in the store with my music selection. Since Apple has a return policy I could do this at home. One thing for certain, I would not buy these solely for the ANC capabilities. I already have decent ANC headphones, Bose QC20i and QC15, and I am not traveling enough to require ANC and rarely use ANC otherwise. I don't know why ANC is as hyped as it is outside of a narrow set of use cases that benefit from it. But if I didn't already have ANC headphones and wanted one set of headphones that does everything except walk the dog, and with the possibility of compelling Spatial Audio applications and tighter Apple product integration on the horizon, these would be high on my list. 

    Despite all the grumblings about price, I think Apple will sell a lot of these to a certain set of customers. One customer group in particular is those who fly business class (or higher) long haul flights. When you (or most likely your company) is paying $5K - $10K for each round-trip flight halfway around the world, a $600 one-time purchase to help you arrive with most of your sanity still intact is a pretty good investment. 

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  • Reply 18 of 80
    thrangthrang Posts: 925member
    I don't have mine yet (presumably Christmas morning!)

    Curiously, the review description of the sound quality (being neutral, clean, clear, with no emphasis on high or low end, and great soundstage) is EXACTLY what an audiophile would want. This sounds like one is describing a quality of faithful and uncolored reproduction. This is how I would describe my Sennheiser HD800's.

    Yet the opening sentence says "underwhelmed"

    I guess I'll see in a few days...
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  • Reply 19 of 80
    dewme said:  I don't know why ANC is as hyped as it is outside of a narrow set of use cases that benefit from it.
    ANC is great for apartment dwellers. That's not a narrow use case. All kinds of noise situations with that where you're grateful for that feature. 
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  • Reply 20 of 80
    sbdudesbdude Posts: 147member
    "Wrest" means to "forcibly to remove (something) from a person's grasp". I'm not sure you want your headphones to do that to the top of your head. :smile: 

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