CMF by Nothing Neckband Pro With 50 dB Active Noise Cancellation

CMF by Nothing Neckband Pro With 50 dB Active Noise Cancellation

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CMF by Nothing
Neckband Pro With 50 dB Active Noise Cancellation

a) List Price ₹1,799
b) Coupon code: WEARABLES10 ( a - ₹180 ) ₹1,619
c) 7.5% Discount on Myntra Kotak Credit Card ( b - ₹121 ) ₹1,498

Features:
Color: Charcoal Grey
50 dB Active noise cancellation
Smart Dial Design
13.6mm Driver with Ultra Bass technology
Spatial Audio
Clear voice technology with AI Noise cancellation
10 minutes of charging= 18 hours of playback
Warranty: 1 year
Warranty provided by Brand/Manufacturer

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Deal Newbie Deal Newbie
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Which is better this or one plus

Any one using it ?

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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CMF Neckband Pro is a polished product in terms of build and design and features (including great battery life) but in the default settings bass is high and mid is pushed back. Realme Buds 3 Wirless is like any other Chinese neckband in under 2000 category but the music is extremely balanced, pleasant with proportionate bass and good instrument separation. 

If you listen to different content like podcasts, audiobooks, music, OTTs, I'd suggest Realme Buds 3 Wireless. If you like thumping Punjabi music and English rock, please go for CMF Neckband Pro. I have both and I see myself picking Realme more often. CMF 8.5/10, Realme 8.75/10 all things considered.

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Deal Newbie Deal Newbie
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Which is better this or one plus

Any one using it ?

Post Emperor Post Emperor
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Go with CMF one blindly!

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CMF is good for noise cancellation, but Realme is the all rounder with best voice during calls, best sound quality, average noise cancellation. 2nd would be OnePlus but it's priced higher for no reason. Most balanced sound would be Oppo Enco M32 but build quality average & very old model, not available sometimes.

I would say avoid CMF.

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Oh I totally forgot about noise cancellation which is always on in case of both neckbands from the moment you separate the two in-ears. 

I have an old (2017) over ear headphones Philips TAPH805BK ANC which I charge before air travel and use them in flight and once landed, put them back in its case for the next flight. Now that one offers real active noise cancellation, so that once you have worn it tightly, switched it on, switched ANC on and played some light music on it, the whole flight suddenly looks like a silent theater or a muted TV where lot of motion is happening around you without sound and you are listening to your own music. 

On the other hand, these neckbands and other Chinese TWSes (do not have expensive ones by Apple or Samsung) noise cancellation works like they muffle the ceiling fan sound a bit. Once you are outside, you can hear everything just a little softer. If you are buying these for noise cancellation and actively comparing between different options on the basis of it, that's probably not very useful. Imagine putting two soft cotton wools inside each of your ear canal without tightly packing them, now the way the external world will sound to you is what these inexpensive devices really offer, as if the noise cancellation is not there at all, but it's there, well almost, but barely.

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