Soundcore Reveals Two New ANC Earphones For Their Space Series

Anker’s premium audio brand is back with a new line of Bluetooth products. The new Space line has introduced a new pair of over-ear headphones called the Q45, and a set of true wireless earbuds called the A40. With the introduction of the Space series, Soundcore is looking to offer their best ANC yet, in addition to better battery life and customization.

Q45 Over-Ear Headphones

Leveraging the newly designed 3-stage noise cancelling system, the Q45 captures and blocks up to 98% of unwanted noise, while adaptive noise cancelling automatically optimizes ANC performance based on the outside environment. Driven by a 40mm double-layer diaphragm driver with silk and metal-ceramic material, the Q45 elevates the audio performance over all frequencies for a balanced sound profile while producing an immersive sound stage and improved sound clarity. LDAC and Hi-Res Wired and Wireless certification provide a rich and detailed audio experience for listeners.

The Q45 offers users with ultra-long playtime with 50 hours of battery life with ANC turned on and 65 hours of playtime with ANC turned off, delivering all-week usage (or longer) for listening on-the-go or while traveling. If the Q45s are running out of juice, simply charging them for 5-minutes can provide up to 4 hours of playtime. The Space Q45 utilizes dual microphones with an enhanced A.I. algorithm to ensure clear calls, customization using the soundcore app, and a mode to limit maximum volume to protect hearing, especially for younger users. The Space Q45s also offer multi-point connectivity allowing them to be used with a laptop and phone simultaneously.

A40 ANC Earbuds

Integrating noise sensing microphones and passively blocking external sounds, the A40 can reduce up to 98% of external noise while using the earbuds. The A40 features Adaptive ANC for a more optimal listening experience, which analyzes ambient sounds in real time and adjusts the strength of noise reduction processing depending on the environment.

10mm Double-Layer-Diaphragm Drivers with metal ceramic material provide listeners not only provide powerful bass and crisp treble but well-balanced audio of all frequencies. Using the HearID feature in the soundcore mobile app, (available via the Google Play Store or Apple App Store,) users can easily tailor their listening experience. A simple procedure will automatically tune the audio frequencies to their personal hearing, while the app also offers several preset sound profiles or an 8-band custom EQ for the ultimate in customization.

The A40 provides up to ten hours of battery life from a single charge and 50-hours total listening time with the pocket-sized charging case, (equating to an additional 4 charges). Additionally, the fast-charging technology offers up to 4 hours of playtime from just 10-minutes of charging time. The wireless charging case can be recharged by dropping it on to a Qi wireless charging pad or plugged in via USB-C cable.

You can get the Q45 for $149.99 and the A40 for $99.99 later this year. Find out more from Soundcore’s website here.

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