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|Package Weight||0.8 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||9.6 x 7.8 x 2.4"|
|Active Noise Reduction||Up to 20 dB, Quietpoint|
|Bluetooth||Version: 3.0 Output Specification: Power Class 2 Profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP Maximum Communication Range: Approx. 33' / 10 m (line of sight)|
|Maximum Input Power||10 mW|
|Microphone||Type: Condenser Polar Pattern: Omnidirectional Sensitivity: -42 dB (1V/Pa at 1 kHz) Frequency Response: 70 Hz to 8 kHz|
|Battery Life||Approx. 8 hours (when Bluetooth and noise-cancellation used) Approx. 13 hours (when only Bluetooth used) Approx. 24 hours (when only noise-cancellation used) Max. 100 hours (standby)|
|Battery Charging Time||Approx. 3 hours (for 0-100% charge)|
|Cable||3.9' / 1.2 m, with 3.5 mm stereo mini-plug (detachable)|
|Weight||1.2 oz / 35 g, without eartips|
|Battery||3.7 VDC lithium-polymer rechargeable battery|
|Driver Diameter||0.53" (13.5 mm)|
Overall theses are another quality offering from Audio-Technica. The bulk of my complaints about these are purely personal preference. The most critical issue to consider is the weakness in the low end, and even that may fall into your range of preference if you are not a booming bass person.
The ATH ANC40BT delivers great audio for its price of Rs 14,990 but makes compromises in some aspects. The earphones are capable of delivering detailed lows, smooth mids but fall slightly short of impeccable highs.
Well balanced audio, Works in both wired and wireless mode, Decent Active Noise Cancellation, Good battery life
No Type-C charging port, Takes around three hours to fully charge, Multi-device connectivity issues, Uncomfortable for prolonged listening sessions, Noise cancellation slider could give out over time, In-line controls don't work in wired mode
Feature-packed earphones for those wiling to make a slight sound trade-off for extra tech.
Good ANC, High-quality bass, Practical design, wireless
Some sibilance, Mids not that smooth or rich, Some Bluetooth glitches
Noise cancellation is not good. I sent this back.
Ok-ish, cancellation takes 80% of the noise. I think it's a good deal for the price. Quality is not amazing though, I have one earbud that makes a strange crackling noise when I use them in a subway or train and pressure changes (another train passes by).
Initially I was not so sure, as I have been used to over ear noise cancelling headphones, but once you set the head phones with the best fit ear bud, the quality is amazing. Noise cancelling is more subtle than my old head phones, better in a plane.
I have solely used Bose headphones & earphones ever since they first became commercially available. However, due to the current intransigence of Bose in refusing to make Bluetooth with aptX earphones, I felt the need to look around for an alternative to use with my Astell&Kern AK300 as I'm fed up...
I owned various brands of noise cancelling in ear headphones before, they included Sony, Plantronics, Bose and Sennheiser. By comparing these brands base on similar price range, music reproduction quality with and without active noise cancellation and available function, this Audio-Technica...
I bought 2 different ear buds for use working around the house and work. The other ear bud are B&O Play H3 for ($) These are going back and keeping the Audio Tech. The battery life and sound quality on the B&O for the dollar amount sucks! The Audio Tech out performed in sound and battery life.
It's a good product but you pay heavily for its lightness. The noise cancelling is ok, what they don't tell you is that it is low frequency noise cancelling, so screaming kids and loud voices talking on their mobile phones on the train will penetrate and irritate just as much.