Soundcore Life Q35: Wireless over-ear headphones with silk membranes

Soundcore Life Q35

The Soundcore Life Q35 full-size wireless headphones feature speakers that the manufacturer has called the “gold standard of sound” for their silk diaphragms. The novelty reproduces a range of 16 Hz – 40 kHz and is certified for Hi-Res Audio and Hi-Res Audio Wireless. Bluetooth technology LDAC is responsible for the quality of wireless transmission.

NFC pairing will speed up the connection of the headphones to your smartphone – just touch one of the cups with it. Life Q35 support pairing with two devices at the same time. Beam-forming microphones are used for accurate voice transmission and comfortable communication. It will be complemented by processing, which, according to Soundcore, used artificial intelligence.

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Multi-mode noise cancellation (in transport, outdoors and indoors) uses two microphones on each earcup. When you need to talk to someone or just listen, the transparency mode comes in handy.

A built-in sensor will detect if the headphones are on to pause or resume playback. The proprietary Soundcore application will allow you to customize the sound – 22 equalizer presets are available. Here you can adjust noise reduction using white noise.

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An onboard 720 mAh battery will provide Life Q35 with up to 40 hours of playback with ANC enabled (without it – all 60). Five minutes of charging will add another 4 hours. At the same time, according to the manufacturer’s assurances, the headphones turned out to be comfortable due to their low weight and filling made of memory foam in the ear cushions and headband.

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The Soundcore Life Q35 headphones complete with a travel case will cost $ 130 in the US.

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