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Soundcore Life Q20 Bluetooth wireless headphones £51 RRP only £39.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Soundcore Life Q20 Bluetooth wireless headphones £51 RRP only £39.99 Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 13th Aug

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Key Features
Certified Hi-Res Audio: Oversized 40 mm dynamic drivers produce certified Hi-Res Audio with treble extended to 40 kHz for exceptional clarity and details.
Hybrid Active Noise Canceling: Four microphones and a digital ANC algorithm detect and filter out up to 90% of low- and mid-frequency sounds.
BassUp Technology: Our exclusive technology conducts real-time analysis of your audio’s bass frequencies to instantly strengthen it by up to 100%.
All-Day Comfort: Memory foam earcups gently mold around your ears and the headband’s rotating joints adjust the angle of the earcups to fit the shape of your head.
30-Hour Playtime: Power multiple long haul flights from a single charge with up to 30 hours of playtime in wireless ANC mode. Increase to 60 hours in standard wireless listening mode.
AUX Cable: Use the included AUX cable for unlimited listening in wired mode.
Built-In Microphone: Make convenient, hands-free calls.

Key Specifications
Impedance 16Ω
Driver (Full Range) 2 × 40 mm
Frequency Response 16 Hz - 40 kHz
Range 15 m / 49.21 ft
What’s In The Box
Soundcore Life Q20
Micro-USB Cable
3.5 mm AUX Cable
Travel Pouch
User Manual
Community Updates

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35 Comments
Their new release headphones I believe. I've gone for them, they look really good 🔥
GlastoM13/08/2019 18:32

Their new release headphones I believe. I've gone for them, they look …Their new release headphones I believe. I've gone for them, they look really good 🔥


Thanks. They look great, HD Audio and 30 hours run time. I don't know how long this code will last for so best to pick them up quickly.
Edited by: "bbfb123" 13th Aug
I've just tried to post about this deal myself but I've never put a post up before so think I messed it up lol if you are quick you can apply a 5% voucher as well bringing price down to 37.
38259948-pucNF.jpgIf you apply 5% voucher as well you get them for 37.39. I ordered them as soon as I got the email with voucher code. 5% last till tonight and the main deal last till end of 15th.
Are these newer than the life 2? I only got them a week ago! However the ANC on those is great, I used to use airpods in the gym but the crappy gym music kept drowning out my podcasts and it became unlistenable. With the life 2 I forget that the gyms music is on! If these are any better then they're a steal.
I've bought them for 33 euros a month ago, great headphones with decent NC. Also very comfortable foam.
NinDemon13/08/2019 18:40

[Image] If you apply 5% voucher as well you get them for 37.39. I ordered …[Image] If you apply 5% voucher as well you get them for 37.39. I ordered them as soon as I got the email with voucher code. 5% last till tonight and the main deal last till end of 15th.


Whats the 5% code please?
Ordered mine, thanks
Damienzz13/08/2019 19:21

Are these newer than the life 2? I only got them a week ago! However the …Are these newer than the life 2? I only got them a week ago! However the ANC on those is great, I used to use airpods in the gym but the crappy gym music kept drowning out my podcasts and it became unlistenable. With the life 2 I forget that the gyms music is on! If these are any better then they're a steal.


Yes they are the latest version. I haven't tried them yet but so don't know quality but have heard good things about the life 2's
marlo_113/08/2019 20:00

Whats the 5% code please?


38260433-nKtS4.jpgYou just need to click the tick box below the picture then go to checkout and apply the mentioned voucher code.
I've tried 2 pairs of noise cancelling headphones and when I'm on the bus the reverberation when going over the slightest bump made them unlistenable.
No aptx?
mine were faulty, couldn't charge fully, returned
Damienzz13/08/2019 19:21

Are these newer than the life 2? I only got them a week ago! However the …Are these newer than the life 2? I only got them a week ago! However the ANC on those is great, I used to use airpods in the gym but the crappy gym music kept drowning out my podcasts and it became unlistenable. With the life 2 I forget that the gyms music is on! If these are any better then they're a steal.


Uh this happens to me too. I really don't wanna be listening to either terrible house music or linkin park stupidly loud at 6.30am
In for one to keep at the office desk.
Jace_Phoenix14/08/2019 03:18

Qualcomm charge too much to license it.


But the life sound 2 was aptx why isn't this? 🤪 :/
OGNinjaDon14/08/2019 08:26

But the life sound 2 was aptx why isn't this? 🤪 :/


Just googled and the reviews say these weren't APTX.
OGNinjaDon14/08/2019 08:26

But the life sound 2 was aptx why isn't this? 🤪 :/


How much difference does the aptx make?
t7mmu14/08/2019 10:43

How much difference does the aptx make?


Well aptx allows for 16bit 44khz audio over Bluetooth, if these are standard Bluetooth codec they will be bad. Aptx in 2019 is pretty much required.

Unless you're listening to Danny bond remixes from 1995
I’ve got loads of Anker stuff. Excellent quality with excellent service. Do I risk plunging into one of their headphones? Hmm undecided.
kestrel196014/08/2019 14:12

I’ve got loads of Anker stuff. Excellent quality with excellent service. D …I’ve got loads of Anker stuff. Excellent quality with excellent service. Do I risk plunging into one of their headphones? Hmm undecided.


Yes
H0lySm0kes13/08/2019 22:45

Uh this happens to me too. I really don't wanna be listening to either …Uh this happens to me too. I really don't wanna be listening to either terrible house music or linkin park stupidly loud at 6.30am


It's a nuisance! 95% of people are wearing their own headphones too so there's no need for music that loud
Damienzz14/08/2019 14:44

It's a nuisance! 95% of people are wearing their own headphones too so …It's a nuisance! 95% of people are wearing their own headphones too so there's no need for music that loud


Totally right mate. Everyone listens to what they want on their headphones, no one needs the shite gym radio on so loud!
Don't own headphones but could do with a pair as my cheap in ear phones are a few years old now. This deal caught my attention but so did the APTX comment. It's the soundcore vortex which have APTX but they're not noise cancelling. So I started reading Amazon and general reviews in the search for wireless noise cancelling headphones that were no more than £50 or £60, had decent sound reviews and weren't too bulky - and I've gone around in circles with no obvious winner so I've given up! Some of the Taotronic reviews on Amazon have hundreds of reviews and avg 4.3 stars yet still have comments about how poor the noise cancelling is!
To be honest, even the Sony 1000's reviews aren't what I'd expect for the price. Might ultimately give these a go as I've a number of Anker items and I've good experience of their customer service.
Infiltrator15/08/2019 09:38

Don't own headphones but could do with a pair as my cheap in ear phones …Don't own headphones but could do with a pair as my cheap in ear phones are a few years old now. This deal caught my attention but so did the APTX comment. It's the soundcore vortex which have APTX but they're not noise cancelling. So I started reading Amazon and general reviews in the search for wireless noise cancelling headphones that were no more than £50 or £60, had decent sound reviews and weren't too bulky - and I've gone around in circles with no obvious winner so I've given up! Some of the Taotronic reviews on Amazon have hundreds of reviews and avg 4.3 stars yet still have comments about how poor the noise cancelling is!To be honest, even the Sony 1000's reviews aren't what I'd expect for the price. Might ultimately give these a go as I've a number of Anker items and I've good experience of their customer service.


Same here. I've decided to take these as these are new so possibly improved somewhat.
Seem decent. But a lot of reviewers mention a low volume issue. Hopefully it’s been resolved.
I grabbed a pair last time they where at this price. The do suffer from low volume. That said at max the are good enough. Randomly on a phone call they are stupid loud?!
Got these last time round. Not had low volume issue - noticed that you have to turn the volume up on both the device and on the headphones to get it to max. Found them too bulky for the gym so now just use them for playing PS4
The (bluetooth, NC, 8hr life) Asda headphones I use for the office just split in half after the left side stopped working a few weeks ago.
Now there's a pair of these arriving at my desk on Monday.
Edited by: "wonkothesane" 30th Aug
The amazon reviews aren’t great especially with saying low volume. Those who have bought these what is your experience?
Anyone know how they compare to these? amazon.co.uk/dp/…SRQ

I've been on the market for a pair for a while. Thanks
t7mmu14/08/2019 10:43

How much difference does the aptx make?


OGNinjaDon14/08/2019 11:40

Well aptx allows for 16bit 44khz audio over Bluetooth, if these are …Well aptx allows for 16bit 44khz audio over Bluetooth, if these are standard Bluetooth codec they will be bad. Aptx in 2019 is pretty much required.Unless you're listening to Danny bond remixes from 1995


Latency is another concern, particularly if you plan to use them to watch TV/Films. Though bear in mind the source also needs to support the codec.

My headphones and TV support APTX and the latency is relatively minor. On the other hand the Nvidia Shield does not support APTX and it's unbearable, despite the ability to make sync adjustments.
Edited by: "MBeeching" 2nd Sep
MBeeching02/09/2019 10:22

Latency is another concern, particularly if you plan to use them to watch …Latency is another concern, particularly if you plan to use them to watch TV/Films. Though bear in mind the source also needs to support the codec.My headphones and TV support APTX and the latency is relatively minor. On the other hand the Nvidia Shield does not support APTX and it's unbearable, despite the ability to make sync adjustments.


It's worth mentioning that aptx latency is fine, aptx-HD is pretty bad.

Standard is horrible.

If you're watching TV with headphones as their sole purpose get a pair of seinnheiser rf or some H/P with low latency advertised.
any real-life reviews from HUKD'ers who purchased these?
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