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Anker Soundcore Life Q20 Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling Headphones, Wireless Over Ear Bluetooth Headphones

$109.95

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With Microphone: Yes

Wireless Type: bluetooth

Waterproof: No

Volume Control: Yes

Vocalism Principle: Dynamic

Support Memory Card: No

Support APP: No

Style: Headphone

Sensitivity: 99dBdB

Resistance: 16ΩΩ

Recommended For: Travel, flight, train, commute

Plug Type: Line Type

Playtime: 60 Hours (ANC off) 40 Hours (ANC on)

Package List: User Manual,Charging Cable,3.5mm Jack Adapter

Origin: Mainland China

Number Of Drivers: 2

Material: Plastic

Magnet Type: Other

Line Length: 1.2mm

Is wireless: Yes

Impedance Range: up to 32 Ω

Headphone Pads Material: synthetic leather

Function: Common Headphone

Frequency Response Range: 16 - 40000Hz

Features: Active Noice Cancelling

Fast Charging: Charge for 5 minutes, listen for 4 hours

Earcups Type: Sealed

Driver Diameter: 40mm

Control Button: Yes

Connectors: USB

Connectivity: Bluetooth 5, AUX

Communication: Wireless+Wired

Color: Blue,Black

Codecs: AAC,sbc

Charging Method: Cable

Certification: CE,FCC,RoHS

Category: Earphones & Headphones

Calls: Single microphone with uplink noise reduction

Brand Name: ANKER

Bluetooth Version: 5.0

Anker Model: Life Q20

Active Noise-Cancellation: Yes

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