At the number 5 spot, the Bowers & Wilkins PX7 is one classy headphone. It is constructed with premium materials like woven carbon fiber composite and leather. In terms of noise-cancelling, there is app support which allows for toggling of noise-cancelling and surrounding sound pass-through so you can tune in and out easily. The B&W PX7 also features proximity sensors for convenience.
At the fourth spot, the Sennheiser PXC 550-II is a great noise-cancelling headphone for urbanites who are looking for a simple and straightforward user experience. Its noise-cancelling ability is similar to competitors. Sound is somewhat customisable via the app with the headphones being one of the most comfortable and lightest amongst competitors in the A list.
Moving to the top 3, the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless is a classic headphone. This time, Sennheiser stepped up the noise-cancelling to be on par with its competitors. There is app support which allows for toggling of noise-cancelling, surrounding sound pass-through and an equaliser adjust those to your liking. The Momentum Wireless has one of the best sound quality with a dynamic sound signature, excellent bass, clear mids and crisp highs.
Number 2, the Bose Noise-Cancelling Headphones 700 retains its position with noise-cancelling almost as good as the Sony WH-1000XM3. The headphones have a unique design when compared to the rest of its competitors. Noise-cancelling is strongest at blocking out everything including loud plane engines to car horns to baby's crying.
The best of the best is the Sony WH-1000XM4. Designed for frequent travellers in mind, the WH-1000XM4 exudes a sense of modernity and fashionability to look good on any user. Noise-cancelling wise, there is nothing that can get through and interrupt your listening experience. With the Headphones Connect App, you can now tune in and out of your music world when you want to by controlling the amount of ambient noise around. While atmospheric pressure optimisation ensures that the noise-cancelling works best in whatever environment you are in.