Listen to your audio in style and comfort thanks to the elegant and thoughtful design of the Enduro ANC Headphones.
If you’ve been looking at purchasing wireless headphones for a while but have been holding off because you’ve heard that the sound quality, mic and battery life are all drastically worse than their wired counterparts, you can stop looking. The Enduro ANC Noise-Canceling Headphones are the answer to your problems. No matter what kind of headphone user you are, you’ll be happy with these. Whether you are regularly making phone calls through them, like to work in your world thanks to noise-canceling technology or want to truly listen to the music pumping through the ears, these are for you.
With sixty hours of battery life, these headphones will last days for even the most active listener and with multiple intelligently placed external mics, the person on the other end of the phone call will have no issue hearing you. With 2 mics and Qualcomm’s cVc 8th Gen noise suppression, your voice will be loud and clear even in a loud and messy environment. No one feature, other than the sound quality, is more important to the quality of headphones than noise-cancellation. Deafening environmental sounds by 25dB, you’ll have no problem blocking out the world whether it’s to get work done or to nod off on a flight.
As long as you are there, your headphones will be there for you. With 60 hours of battery life, the headphones would last nearly a week even if you were using them for 10 hours a day. For daily trips and a 24-hour international flight, these will be your new best friend.
Get the best of both worlds with incredible sound quality and noise cancellation. While some users have warned this may lead to arguments with your significant other because you can’t hear them, you will have no complaints when wearing them.
Usually, one of the weakest things about wireless headphones or earphones is the Bluetooth microphone. While that continues to be the case with the Enduro ANC Headphones, that’s only because there is not much else to complain about. In terms of Bluetooth microphones, it is more than satisfactory for any zoom meetings or phone calls on the go.
Last but certainly not least, these headphones are fantastic value. Coming in at $299, they are incredibly well-priced for what you get. Usually, you pay for what you get. With these headphones, you could pay a lot more and still be satisfied with the product.
- While the comfort of these headphones is outstanding for the most part, after prolonged sessions with them on your head, the Headband can begin to hurt slightly. Most of the time, you aren’t going to be wearing them for that long. It’s nothing a shift back or forth can’t fix, but it was there.
- Some users have complained that certain areas of the sound, especially the mids, are lacking. While this could be the case, the completely customisable sound mixing ability through the app should fix most people’s problems.
Our Final Opinion on this Gadget
Incredibly stylish and comfortable with a long-lasting battery, strong noise-cancellation ability and great sound quality. What’s not to like if you’re in the market for a pair of wireless, noise-canceling headphones? At this price point, you are not going to find many better pairs of headphones. If you do, they are likely superior in some aspects but lacking in others.
If you are on the lookout for an everyday jack-of-all-trades pair of headphones that can get the job done no matter what you ask of it, the Enduro ANC Noise-Canceling headphones are the ones for you.
‘ANC’ stands for ‘Active Noise Cancellation’, so they both have the same objective. However, they do mean different things. ‘Noise-canceling’ headphones use well-designed ear cups to seal out the ambient noise of the outside world. However, ‘ANC’ headphones use technology within the headphones themselves, like microphones and speakers to reduce the impact of outside noise on your ears.
Unfortunately not, no. While they do a good job of reducing the impact of the noise of your surroundings, in most cases you will still be able to hear slight noises and muffled voices.
They do! ANC certainly has an impact on the production of your music and you aren’t going crazy if you think your music sounds better with ANC turned off. However, the difference is imperceptible most of the time and you will begin to get used to it as you listen with ANC turned on more.