When it comes to ANC the biggest players in the game are the Bose QuietComfort 35, Sony MDR-1000X, and Sennheiser PXC 550, all of which are at least three times the cost of the Leophile Zero headphones but why not compare them to the best. When it comes to constant noises like fans, motors, engines, wind, etc., the Zero’s are on par with the others. When it comes to random noises like people laughing, typing, etc., the Zero’s do not fair as well as the others. After hours of comparison I would say the Zero’s are easily 85% as good as the top contenders, again at a third of the price.
When it comes ot sound the Zero’s have no problem getting loud. The sound quality is exactly what you would expect at this price, great. The highs are smooth with no harshness, mids are clear with no signs of being muddy, and the bass is nice and tight. I could not notice and equalization going on at all which is a good thing. For the most part they remained fairly flat and if anything, slightly on the bright side.
If you are interested in purchasing the Leophile Zero headphones they can be found here.