Anker’s budget Soundcore gets truly wireless ANC at $130 – Pickr

No plans to spend a lot of money on new headphones? Don’t worry, as a relatively new player in Australia presents a not-so-expensive option.

The category of cheap headphone options seems to have something new to talk about, as a brand set to appear on projectors in Australia will also play on portable audio.

Anker may be fairly new to Australia, launching a 4K projector recently, but it appears poised to compete with more than just the visual side of life, as it talks about a launch of what it says is its premium audio brand offering cancellation active noise. budget headphones, competing with some of the amazing prices we’ve seen before.

It’s something coming from “Soundcore,” an audio-focused brand of Anker, which offers speakers and headphones, and will be offering the Space A40 locally, a pair of ANC headphones with 10mm drivers and up to 10 hours of battery life per charging, with what the company says is adaptive active noise cancellation, something typically reserved for the high-end.

Soundcore says its adaptive noise cancellation technology will analyze ambient sounds in real time and adjust the strength of the ANC accordingly, isolating listeners from noise while listening to sounds that can be tailored to match their hearing, thanks to a function called “HearID”. , which is a bit like the hearing test that some headphones offer to adjust the sound, for example how Skullcandy adjusts the sound to your ears or even how Audeara from Australia gives you a sound test, and less like the automatic test of Nura’s truly wireless NuraTrue headphones.

And it will do so at a price, showing up in Australia for $129.99, while also bringing a wirelessly charged case, which itself offers around four other charges, reaching up to 50 hours in total.

There are other features that seem to catch the budget eye, like Hi-Res Audio support covering LDAC on Android devices – handy if you’re someone looking for Hi-Res on your phone – while Bluetooth Multipoint means up to two devices can be connected. . connected to the Space A40 headphones at the same time.

As for what Soundcore’s Space A40 ANC headphones will sound like, that’s something we’re not sure about, but you can bet we’ll look forward to reviewing a pair to see how it competes with the best noise-canceling headphones.

For now, Aussies can find the Space A40 for just under $130 locally in black and white.

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