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Brand
Audio-Technica
Color
Black
Connectivity Technology
Wireless
Model Name
ATH-ANC900BT
Form Factor
Over Ear

  • 1.2m cable, 30cm USB cable, airline adapter, carrying case

  • Audio-Technica ATH-ANC900BT

    • Type: Active noise-cancelling
    • Driver Diameter: 40 mm
    • Frequency Response: 5 – 40,000 Hz
    • Cable: Detachable 1.2 m (3.9') cable
    • Connector: 3.5 mm (1/8") stereo mini-plug, L-shaped
    • Accessories Provided: 30 cm (1') USB charging cable, airplane adaptor, carrying case
    • Type (Microphone): Condenser
    • Polar Pattern (Microphone): Omnidirectional

    QuietPoint Wireless Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones

    The ATH-ANC900BT QuietPoint wireless over-ear headphones feature digital hybrid noise-cancelling technology for the highest degree of ambient noise reduction of any QuietPoint model. This allows you to listen to music, watch videos, and take phone calls in extremely noisy locations without losing any of the detail in the sound you actually want to hear.

    • Bluetooth 5 wireless technology with touch and swipe controls built into the earcup for convenient handling of calls, music playback and volume adjustment
    • 40 mm drivers feature diaphragms with a diamond-like carbon (DLC) coating to deliver exceptional full-range audio reproduction
    • Switchable quick hear-through function allows voices (conversations, announcements at airports and transit stations, etc.) to be heard through the headphones
    • Up to 35 hours of continuous Bluetooth and ANC use on a full charge
    • Supports the Audio-Technica Connect app for convenient control of headphone settings, including the adjustment of noise cancellation and hear-through function

    The ATH-ANC900BT headphones are equipped with 40 mm drivers with a diamond-like carbon (DLC) coating on the diaphragms for excellent sound reproduction. They utilize Bluetooth 5 wireless technology and have touch and swipe controls built into the earcup for convenient handling of calls, music playback and volume adjustment.

    The headphones also support the Audio-Technica Connect app for convenient control of headphone settings, including the adjustment of noise cancellation and hear-through function. A detachable 1.2 m (3.9') cable is also included to give you the option of using the headphones with a wired connection, such as when wireless operation is not available, when battery power is low, or when you want to reproduce Hi-Res Audio.

    The headphones’ memory-foam earpads provide excellent sound isolation and amazing comfort, and the earcups fold flat for easy to transport. An internal lithium polymer rechargeable battery powers the headphones, giving you approximately 35 hours of continuous Bluetooth and ANC use on a full charge.

    The headphones come with a 30 cm (1') USB charging cable, airline adapter, and a carrying case.

    About High-Resolution Audio

    The Hi-Res Audio logo certifies that a product meets the Hi-Res Audio standards. Per these standards, headphones must have transducer frequency performance to at least 40 kHz. As a producer of these types of audiophile headphones since 1972, Audio-Technica is well-positioned to provide audio solutions that meet the demands of Hi-Res Audio media formats, allowing for the full reproduction of their extended sonic characteristics.

    Trusted by Professionals

    Whether it’s on the boardroom table, the stage or in the studio, Audio-Technica products are trusted time and again by industry professionals looking for reliable, lovingly developed audio products for all budgets. It’s Audio-Technica’s commitment to innovation, customer service and meticulous design that ensure professionals turn to us to provide solutions in conferencing, houses of worship, broadcasting, live sound, recording studios and beyond.

    50 Years of Devotion to Music

    For over 50 years Audio-Technica has worked alongside leading figures in sports and music broadcast to develop and hone a range of products that deliver on the highest level. Audio-Technica have developed and delivered products to power the Grammys, World Cup, Super Bowl, Commonwealth Games as well as every Summer and Winter Games from Atlanta 1996 to Sochi 2014.

    A Legacy in Innovation

    Founded in 1962 by Hideo Matsushita, Audio-Technica positioned itself immediately as a leader in the manufacture and design of innovative audio products. It’s expertise in innovation quickly spread to various new fields and led to the development of tone arms, microphones and headphones. Audio-Technica soon became a benchmark in those fields. A self-made man and audiophile, it all started in his workshop, with the hand crafting of stereo cartridges. 50 years later, Audio-Technica has become a global leader in audio innovation.

    A Passion for Listening

    Humility, passion, creativity and expertise in sound are the core values behind Audio-Technica’s legacy, greatly inspired by its founder - whose imprint on the company’s philosophy is still felt today. Audio-Technica’s passion for listening evolved in the 70’s, when it started designing headphones, building upon a legacy in innovation, meticulous engineering and artistic design.Today, Audio-Technica’s audio products have become globally synonymous with consistently high sonic performance paired with impeccable build construction and artistic design.

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    • Included components: 1.2m cable, 30cm USB cable, airline adapter, carrying case

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    A: yes

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    Q: is this a balanced headphone? It could by used in a 2.5 or4.4 mm output?

    A: Hi - As per the Audio-Technica specifications: Connector is 3.5 mm (1/8") stereo mini-plug…

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    Q: Can the blue tooth be turned off?

    A: Not from the headphones but you can turn it’s BT off from your computer, phone or pad.

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    Customer reviews

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    JMD
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Updated review
    Reviewed in the United States on March 13, 2019
    I was initially very happy with these headphones. Sound quality is good and anc is good enough for me. Ultimately, I am deciding to return these because of the touch controls or voice control. I’m not exactly sure how, but on two separate occasions I had the headphones... See more
    I was initially very happy with these headphones. Sound quality is good and anc is good enough for me. Ultimately, I am deciding to return these because of the touch controls or voice control. I’m not exactly sure how, but on two separate occasions I had the headphones around my neck for a moment. Seems like a fairly normal thing to do. However, the first time the touch controls or voice control initiated a FaceTime video call on my phone. The 2nd time it triggered the emergency/sos feature on my iPhone. My phone actually called 911 and made this blaring alarm. I like the headphones, but this is a dealbreaker for me.
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    Lorgan
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Buy the Sony 1000xm3
    Reviewed in the United States on March 15, 2019
    I''ll compare these to the Sony 1000xm3 because I also have that set. These headphones simply come up short in most areas. The noise cancelling is just OK where the Sony''s are class leading. Build quality is about the same. Sound is as good as the Sony''s but will come... See more
    I''ll compare these to the Sony 1000xm3 because I also have that set. These headphones simply come up short in most areas. The noise cancelling is just OK where the Sony''s are class leading. Build quality is about the same. Sound is as good as the Sony''s but will come down to personal preference. Comfort is also OK, but IMO not as comfortable as the Sony XM3. The electronics are the Achilles heal though. Controls are just plain bad. They are unreliable, buggy, and slow. I also experience random bluetooth disconnects. These were really a disappointment. Maybe a firmware update will fix them but for a few dollars more you can have headphones that work well. I really wish I had better things to say about these.
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    Jrandom42
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    So much better than Sony or Bose
    Reviewed in the United States on April 17, 2019
    They felt much lighter than the Bose or Sony equivalents, but they were just as well built. I wore them for upwards 8 hours with full comfort from the memory foam headband and ear pads. It took some patience and work to fully learn and manipulate the touch controls, but... See more
    They felt much lighter than the Bose or Sony equivalents, but they were just as well built. I wore them for upwards 8 hours with full comfort from the memory foam headband and ear pads. It took some patience and work to fully learn and manipulate the touch controls, but they proved to be easy to manage. Bluetooth connectivity was solid and instant, so any problems associated with the headphones inadvertently activating functions was alleviated by simply turning them off and on as needed.

    The sound was spectacular. The lows were clear, loud and controlled. The mids were present, clear, detailed and precise. The highs were also clear, bright but not overly pronounced, and were detailed and well placed. These headphones were perfect for classical and folk. I heard details that I never heard before, with the dynamic range close to a live performance.

    The Sonys, to me were overly weighted to the bass, and were overly brassy and bright. The Boses seemed to have a big dip in the lower midrange, so vocals seemed recessed or distant.

    The noise cancellation was on par with both the Sony and Bose, without the seeming pressure of total silence in the background.

    All in all, I''m glad I got these headphones, I''ve always been a fan of Audio Techinca''s products, and these headphones are a worthy flagship product.
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    Electro3000
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Best BT headphones I''ve experienced so far
    Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2019
    I''ve collected a few headphones through my audiophile saga... In brief, these headphones deliver a smooth and detailed, analog-like presentation. They are lightweight, comfortable and easy to listen to for long periods of time. I also have the Sony WH1000XM3 and the AT... See more
    I''ve collected a few headphones through my audiophile saga... In brief, these headphones deliver a smooth and detailed, analog-like presentation. They are lightweight, comfortable and easy to listen to for long periods of time. I also have the Sony WH1000XM3 and the AT sounds better, more natural, more "whole" - the M3 sounds a bit recessed with less midrange presence. They are both very good though, and I’d be happy to recommend either one depending on one’s needs.

    On a recent trip across the Atlantic, I did a brief comparison. The M3 was about 10% to 15% better at canceling noise from plane engine noise. The M3 might have an edge in terms of comfort, it feels softer on my head, my subjective and personal opinion.

    Comparing the sound with other Audio-Technica headphones, I find it better than the ATH-DSR7BT but not quite as detailed and extended as the with the wires ATH-MSR7NC (that’s comparing BT sound with wired - I plan to compare wired vs wired at some point in time...).

    I haven''t used the touch controls much. I usually control the music through my iPhone. They seem to work better using the whole hand for taping than a single finger. It''s a little tricky...

    The portability and case are awesome just as good as the Sony WH1000XM3.
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    YU FU
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    A decent product if it fits your need
    Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2020
    TL;DR, if the use case does not matter. My initiation of finding a new pair of noise cancelling headphones started with the break-down of my WH-1000XM3 (XM3) since I did not know if Sony would not honor the warranty as they did with my WH-1000XM2 (XM2) (they did for XM3... See more
    TL;DR, if the use case does not matter. My initiation of finding a new pair of noise cancelling headphones started with the break-down of my WH-1000XM3 (XM3) since I did not know if Sony would not honor the warranty as they did with my WH-1000XM2 (XM2) (they did for XM3 this time) and I have been spoiled by the level of noise cancellation the previous two products have provided while maintaining a listenable sound for me unlike Bose QC35 v1, which I bought and returned while feeling torn despite of its excellent noise cancellation, comfort and connectivity, the latter two at which Sony did not excel, especially the connectivity. For reference, in terms of sound quality, the portable headphone/earphone I like most is Sony XBA-Z5+PHA-3 on dual 3.5mm balanced connection, which has punchy yet responsive bass, clear and crisp mid and high and, however, comparatively low smoothness between frequencies compared to larger open-back cans. In terms of places of use, ANC headphones are usually used in the lab, library and flights. In terms of ANC headphones, I need the best possible ANC while the headphone still sounds like one instead of a pair of phone calling headset in the early age.
    In terms of connectivity, Bose (and Apple/Beats on devices of their own brands) does the best since its products allow simultaneous connections of two devices and its app makes managements of connections easy if you always keep the connection to one mobile device on(iPhone in my case). In terms of ANC, XM3 does the best. It even blocks voices decently without playing any music at my work place.

    (TL;DR, In terms of comfort, it will be up to personal preferences even though the variety of those is less than that of sound. Generally the lighter the better, but it could be a problem even so. For instance, AKG NC700 and B&O H9 3rd hurt my ear and head and cause pain for wear them shortly while some people do not feel so. Some headphones will need to get used to like XM3. I recommend trying each of them exclusively as much as possible before return period ends. In short, the ANC900 falls into the category of comfortable without needing to get used to, while XM3 with needing to do so)

    (Pros)
    - Sound: For a $300 wireless headphone, ATH-ANC900BT (referred as ANC900 later on) deserves its price tag under aptX connection and with a good source of music like prime music HD. Bass is moderate and accurate (probably a bit lacking for bass heads), mid is near perfect and high is rich for a headphone with dynamic driver while the sound is still smooth and dynamic. A friend of mine said that ANC900 has the typical Audio-Technica Sound after trying out ANC900 on a few tracks on my setup but I have not had any products of it before so I cannot corroborate.
    Compared to XM3 whose bass bleeds into mid and its mid and high are muddy and dark at best, ANC900 has less yet proper bass, sounds levels above XM3 at mid and high and connections of frequencies are natural for its price tag. ANC900 is even on par with B&O H9 3rd, the best sounding for an ANC wireless headphone I have tried which suffers from not only not enough ANC (to a less extent) but also discomfort (hurts my ear in less than 30 minutes of wearing) and only falls short at slightly less and muddier bass which is unnoticeable outdoor.

    - Comfort is satisfying given that I can wear it for half of a day without fatigue and even longer if I do not have to take it off. The time of use is between January and February in the southeast and the level of comfort is unknown when weather gets hot but it should be alright indoor with AC in summer. Personally I do not use over-ear headphones outdoor at all when highest temperature of a day gets to 80F (27 Celsius, by my inaccurate mind calculation xd) and rarely so even in the winter.
    - The weight is light enough even though its about 10 grams heavier than XM3. You wont feel it as long as you dont try your best on that.
    - Battery life: Super long battery life even for a wireless headphone without ANC. I was never worried about forgetting to charge it at all. ATH claims ANC900 has 35 hours of wireless playback time when ANC is on.

    Neither good nor bad:
    - Size: the cans are tall as a pair of open-back and cause the folding size to be a bit large if portability matters the most to you; otherwise non-relevant.

    Why did I return it if sound and comfort is so good? Here are the problems:
    - THE MOST IMPORTANT THING FOR ME, given my use case, ANC really needs improvements. It was not even close to that of my lost QC15. Probably I am a bit harsh on comparing ANC headphones nowadays to a legendary product, but QC15 was released ages ago in terms of lifespan of consumer electronic products. The best ANC on ANC900 can do is to block out some of the noise so that noisy surroundings are not totally pain in my a** but tolerable. On flight, it blocks some noises of plane itself and not much of passengers so good luck if talkative couples and cry babies sit around you. I know ANC is not primarily designed to block voices, and I take extra measures on flights anyway, but ANC900 does not provide enough for its price tag at all. Comparatively, if
    - Controls on this headphone really need efforts to get used to; even so, it is still finicky from time to time. I read reviews on this product saying that the control did not work when pressing them; well, this is not entirely untrue. For example, when pairing a new device, I need to touch the control pad on the left ear cup lightly (that I do not activate anything by do so) and then press two fingers on the middle and upper part of the control pad using the upper middle knots of my forefinger and middle finger. Still, pairing a new device did not activate properly occasionally.
    - Multi-point, simultaneous connection did not work for me. Had to unpair, made the headphone search for a new device and then connect every time I switched devices. I did not remember the advertisement said ANC900 could do this, but having it would be nice.

    (Minor Cons)
    - Noise cancelling level cannot be changed without its mobile app, Audio-Technica Connect, which requires extra steps every time the app is open even the connection is maintained on for a mere change of noise-cancellation level.
    - At places other than air crafts, the highest level of its active noise cancellation has high sound pressure that causes me discomfort similar to that of ANC headphones in the early age. To be exact, there is excessive pressure to my Eardrums which causes nausea and dizziness after wearing it for a short time. (5 minutes approximately)

    In conclusion, if you are in search of a wireless headphone, sound quality matters most, ANC is secondary, most of your operations are done on playing devices, you only connect a wireless headphone to one device at a time and you do not switch playback devices often, ATH-ANC900BT is a go-to choice and deserves to be recommended; otherwise, look elsewhere and save some time.
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    Mike A.
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Decent Headphones; mediocre wireless, noise-cancelling headphones
    Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2020
    The sound out of these is great and true to the Audio-Technica "house sound." Comparing them next to the Bose or Sony competitors and the difference is obvious. No surprise, but both the Sony and Bose are much warmer and noticeably heavier on the bass. The... See more
    The sound out of these is great and true to the Audio-Technica "house sound." Comparing them next to the Bose or Sony competitors and the difference is obvious. No surprise, but both the Sony and Bose are much warmer and noticeably heavier on the bass.

    The Noise-cancelling for the Audio-Technica is mediocre at best compared to either of those. Surprisingly, even the microphone for taking phone calls is a noticeable step down from the Bose QC35.

    The real head scratcher though is the total absence of an auto-off function. They have a great battery, but that''s mitigated substantially by the fact that they''ll just stay on indefinitely, even if not being used. I''ve started my morning commute to find dead cans more times than I''d like to admit.

    Unlike some other reviews, I haven''t found the touch controls to be terrible. I initially ignored them, but over time I have gotten comfortable using them (at least for volume up/down and play/pause).
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    rumblee1
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Beats bose by a nose
    Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2019
    I own a pair of Bose QC3, old but still in fabulous shape. My wife decided to take these for herself. So I did my research and settled on the audio technica 900bt. As far as noise cancelation, I put them o small notch better than the Bose. But as the owner of the audio... See more
    I own a pair of Bose QC3, old but still in fabulous shape. My wife decided to take these for herself. So I did my research and settled on the audio technica 900bt. As far as noise cancelation, I put them o small notch better than the Bose. But as the owner of the audio technica ath m50x headphones, I can tell you that sonically, the 900bt are way ahead of bose. Better base, better Soundstage. Highly recommend the audio technica.
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    Red Beard
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Great headphone, but lacking in volume
    Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2020
    Overall, I was impressed with the headset. All the features are great. For people with larger ears, this is a great headset. Sound quality excellent. The downfall of this device is the level of volume. For people that need louder volume, this device didn''t meet my needs. I... See more
    Overall, I was impressed with the headset. All the features are great. For people with larger ears, this is a great headset. Sound quality excellent. The downfall of this device is the level of volume. For people that need louder volume, this device didn''t meet my needs. I hope they address this issue in their next version. I like Audio Technica products, just not this one. I went with the Sony WH-1000XM3.
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    S. Palmer
    2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Lifeless presentation
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 26, 2019
    THE GOOD: *Minimalist design- no garish shiny metal pieces. It looks sophisticated. *Rock solid Bluetooth connection. It never dropped out and connected perfectly each time. *No exaggerated bass or treble. Good for those who want a true studio sound. *Good detail. *Comes...See more
    THE GOOD: *Minimalist design- no garish shiny metal pieces. It looks sophisticated. *Rock solid Bluetooth connection. It never dropped out and connected perfectly each time. *No exaggerated bass or treble. Good for those who want a true studio sound. *Good detail. *Comes with a nice carrying case. THE BAD: *This is the biggest problem with these headphones- extremely poor dynamics. Dynamics are when different pieces of music play at different volumes. For example, when a singer sings at different volumes throughout a song to express a change of emotion, or when certain instruments are intended to play louder than others (think of the transition drums in Phil Collins'' "In the Air Tonight"). With these Audio Technicas, all of the mix is the exact same volume, which makes for a boring and lifeless presentation. Seriously, my £150 mobile phone has far better dynamics through its headphone jack. I have no idea why the engineers at Audio Technica chose to kill the dynamics, but for this reason alone these are not reference headphones. *When I turned my head, the headphone seal was constantly broken, which results in an annoying sudden change of sound (bass disappears). Maybe this is because I wear glasses? *Noise cancelling cannot be used outside due to wind travelling over the microphone. So noise cancelling works by "listening" to the outside noise and then producing the same frequencies in opposite phase to cancel the offending noise. But since the wind noise only exists as it passes directly over the unit''s microphone, the "opposite noise" can be heard as an endless whoooooosh that plays over your music. *Noise cancelling is automatically turned on each time the unit is powered on. Since I didn''t want to use this feature (see previous point), you have to turn off the noise cancelling each time you use the headphones. This may be a minor quibble, but you have to use the touch controls by holding 3 fingers on the ear cup for 2 seconds, then remove them, then touch your fingers again for another 2 seconds to cycle through noise cancelling ON > "hear-through" ON > noise cancelling OFF. In summary: I was really disappointed with these headphones. I wanted to like them because as far as I can tell, only Audio Technica and Beyerdynamic make Bluetooth headphones that do not artificially boost the bass and treble (the dreaded "U shaped" EQ curve). But the poor dynamics were a deal breaker for me, so I returned them. My quest for a good sounding pair of Bluetooth headphones continues.
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    pauljapheth@yahoo.com
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    A quality pair of cans
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 16, 2019
    I bought these with the full intention of sending them back if they didn’t hit the mark. They’re not going back. I needed a pair of cans for the train where there is a balance between sound reproduction quality and noise cancelling. They’re not as good as a pair of Dali...See more
    I bought these with the full intention of sending them back if they didn’t hit the mark. They’re not going back. I needed a pair of cans for the train where there is a balance between sound reproduction quality and noise cancelling. They’re not as good as a pair of Dali Spektor speakers when listening via Bluetooth, but they’re not far off. They have excellent instrument separation in all ranges, are musically very neutral. Speed of response is very quick. Listen to Queen’s ‘Keep Passing The Open Windows’ and Roger Taylor’s drums shine through. The bass is neutral, meaty, not overpowering and well separated. Timbre is good throughout the tonsl range. They perform best at 3/4 volume but are in no way muddled. Quite the opposite. An engaging pair of phones. I’m now listening to Counting Crows ‘Mr. Jones’ and the lead and rhythm guitars are sounding sweet and showing just how a good recording can work with the right equipment. I found the controls quite easy to get used to and build quality is top class with no squeaks. I can only say that the 3 star reviews were either written after listening to bad recordings or by someone without a musical ear. So to noise cancelling. Having not used any other make of ANC headphone it isn’t possible to draw a comparison but I can detail the performance. On a mechanical diesel multiple unit train, without music playing, 50% to 75% of noise is removed. This is definitely frequency and type dependent. The higher the frequency the less effective the ANC. In a Virgin Pendilino which is a diesel electric unit, 2/3 of the house is knocked out. Don’t expect complete silence. As a guide, 15 to 20dB reduction is what to expect. People’s voices are lowered but not removed. In quieter environments, transient sounds such as passing traffic are less easily coped with but they are still quite well suppressed. Battery life is incredible. The pair I bought had 65% out of the box. I’ve travelled 6 full journeys over 10 hours of playing with cancelling switched on and the level is 50% without charging them at all for a first time. Overall very pleased I bought these. 4 stars as there may be better ANC available but I doubt the sound quality will be matched.
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    D.D
    5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Best of the both world
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 28, 2021
    ANC headphones never produce good audio. That''s true for Bose, Sony and some other popular brands selling at around 300 pounds mark. AT never stood at the super high end of reference headphones, well, they do make some of them, they just aren''t known for them as competition...See more
    ANC headphones never produce good audio. That''s true for Bose, Sony and some other popular brands selling at around 300 pounds mark. AT never stood at the super high end of reference headphones, well, they do make some of them, they just aren''t known for them as competition gets really hard once go over 1000 pounds. But these might just be the middle ground between good reference audio and ANC for a much more affordable price than Bose QC35 II. ANC is not quite as good as Bose, but in my opinion, good enough, good enough that I don''t think Bose is exceptional ANC is needed. Audio quality on the other hand, fits right on the price of 200 pounds mark, I got these for 150, therefore, I don''t think there is even competition anymore. ANC still changes the audio characteristic, but much less intrusive, bass is boosted slightly, but boosted into the deeper sound (mid-low issy) rather than bloat bass all over the place like sony and bose ones do. It retains a good level of clarity and produces a much less grooved V shape signature. Unless you are hardcore reference audiophile, I don''t think a little bit V shape harms normal music, especially using with wired getting audio from a quality DAC. Well, there is a couple problems. 1. the earcup is not very large, and do gets warm. 2. the battery life isn''t super long. I''m still gonna give this 5 star for the price I got these.
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    Tressdon L.
    3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Look for something else
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 25, 2019
    The battery life is awesome, I can use these for a couple of weeks without charging. The sound isolation is pretty disappointing, it does well on low frequencies but really struggles with anything else. The airplane mode actually makes me feel uncomfortable and sick. Sound...See more
    The battery life is awesome, I can use these for a couple of weeks without charging. The sound isolation is pretty disappointing, it does well on low frequencies but really struggles with anything else. The airplane mode actually makes me feel uncomfortable and sick. Sound quality is fine, you can hear some Bluetooth artifacts when the music has a wide range, plugging the 3.5mm cable in solves this, but then why bother getting wireless headphones? The real issue I have with the sound quality is the static as soon as the headphones are turned on. Even if you turn the noise cancellation off using the app it’s still really noticeable. You can try to ignore it but I really expected better. As others have said the touch controls are useless. I find it easier just to turn the headphones off with the switch than trying to pause. The cushioning is comfortable and I can wear the headphones for hours. The hard case included is really good. It does all feel high quality apart from the 3.5mm cable. These really aren’t worth £270 though. They are convenient but I’m certain there are plenty of cheaper headphones that do a much better job.
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    Amazon Kunde
    4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
    Love and hate relationship
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 3, 2020
    Perhaps rating them 70%, since there is one significant sound related issue. Disclaimer: these are my first ANC bluetooth headphones, and I did not have a chance to compare them to different ones yet. Dislike: - Serious sound issue is bluetooth artifacts/beeping, which is...See more
    Perhaps rating them 70%, since there is one significant sound related issue. Disclaimer: these are my first ANC bluetooth headphones, and I did not have a chance to compare them to different ones yet. Dislike: - Serious sound issue is bluetooth artifacts/beeping, which is occasionally noticeable in the right ear cup when playing quiet music (e.g. ambient) or without any music. This noise tends to be less audible when playing music from mobile (as opposed to computer) or when using different codec than AptX. - Few volume steps – 16 or so, more refined scale would be nice to have, - Bulky design, I guess these headphones are too big on the go, - Noise cancelling is rather weak, just somewhat decreasing the level of outside noise, - GPS required to run the app. Love: - Nice balanced sound, for my liking sounding the best with middle setting of ANC, - Long battery life, - Hi-res certification when wired, - Comfortable to wear for long sessions, - Bluetooth 5 with stable connection, - No issues with sound with wired setup. Overall, these are very decent headphones, but not completely flawless.
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