How to Enable Noise Cancellation on AirPods Pro

Because of its Noise Control capabilities, the AirPods Pro provide an excellent listening experience. Use noise-cancelling on AirPods Pro to receive the finest sound from Noise Control. There are four alternatives.

How to Enable Noise Cancellation on AirPods Pro in the Control Center

You can enable noise cancellation for your AirPods Pro via the Control Center, which is arguably the quickest and the most easy way to do it.

Step by Step Guide

  • Connect your device to the AirPods.
  • Open Control Center (on some models, swiping down from the upper right corner will do).
  • Swipe up from the bottom of screen on other models).
  • Long touch the volume slider (when connected, an AirPods icon displays).
  • Select Noise Control.
  • Select Noise Cancellation.
Steps to take to turn on AirPods Pro noise cancellation via iOS Control Center.

How to Enable Noise Cancellation on the AirPods Pro in Settings

With a few simple taps, you can enable noise cancellation on your AirPods Pro via the Settings menu.

Step by Step Guide

  • To access the Settings app, tap it.
  • Select Bluetooth.
  • Tap the ‘I’ to the very right of the AirPods Pro.
  • Tap Noise Cancellation in the Noise Control section.
Steps to take to turn on Noise Cancellation on AirPods Pro via the Bluetooth settings in iOS.

How to Enable Noise Cancellation on AirPods Pro with AirPods

Don’t want to stare at your computer screen? You can also engage in noise cancellation by tapping your AirPods.

Step by Step Guide

  • Hold down the stem of one AirPod (the same region you press when you play/pause audio or answer/end a phone call).
  • Hold the button down until you hear a chime.
  • Each chime indicates that you’ve changed the Noise Control option from Noise Cancellation to Transparency to Off.
  • When noise cancellation is selected, stop holding.

How Does Noise Cancellation Work on AirPods Pro?

Noise cancelling is a feature of the AirPods Pro dubbed Noise Control. Noise Cancellation and Transparency are the two types of noise control. Both improve your listening experience by filtering out background noise. It also means that you can listen at a lesser volume and avoid hearing damage.

Noise Control detects ambient sound levels using the AirPods’ built-in microphone and filters them using the software. Transparency Mode permits some sounds, such as voices, to pass through with the expectation that you will still wish to hear them. Noise cancellation is a little unusual. It shuts out as much sound as possible, giving you the sensation of being completely immersed in what you’re listening to while substantially lowering the noise level of everything around you.

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