Get CD-quality audio playback via wireless over ear headphones. Incredible detail and rich tones combine for an incredible listening experience.
Exclusive technology conducts real-time analysis and enhancement of your audio's bass frequencies to add powerful sonic punch.
Wireless over ear headphones with extended battery life thanks to Anker’s power management hardware ensures up to two months of listening on a single charge.
Get excellent stability and a wireless range of up to 50 ft. With skip-free audio, even in busy places.
Get infinite playtime via the 3.5mm audio port.
Take or make calls seamlessly on your wireless over ear headphones via the built-in microphone. And once your conversation is over, the music keeps on playing.
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There are three non-negotiable features when I sought new pair of headphones, replacing my wired Bose headphones: 1) sound quality: with lots of bass and must be loud!; 2) long battery life for long-distance journey; 3) USB-c. I bought these 1.5 months ago, so it gives me enough time to provide my honest review.
Sound quality. Since I'm a bass freak, I'm very selective in this area. Q-10 provides exceptional bass, even they have quite satisfying bass without the "bass up" feature. But I always turn this feature on. If you're a basshead, this is definitely for you!
Coupled with my Poweramp app, Q10 is a monster! They have excellent bass, good balance of treble and mid-range. Clear vocals too. I tried many kinds of music: hiphop, heavy metal, pop, reggae, gospel, rock, and blues with maximum volume for hours. They're all equally good. The headphones are loud enough, although I can take more volumes. But for common people, I'm sure they're enough.
I also used these for callings and zoom meetings. They could hear me loud and clear, and I could hear them back. No problem whatsoever for communicating. I can still take calls when my phone is in my room on the 2nd floor, while I'm down there. The connection is fine and normal.
Battery life. So far so good. I only charged these once. When they just got here, the headsets had 60% battery and I used them everyday for around 5-7 hours. Maximum volume, and bass-up feature on. They lasted for more than 3 weeks! But the percentage indicator showing the battery level (where you can see from your devices' bluetooth setting) is rounded up to 40%, 60% or 70% (I think every 10%). It can't give you more precise number, like 47% or 28%. So I need to get used to its reading. I'm satisfied with the battery life after I abused this guy. I can now bring these when having long and tiring travels.
USB-C. Nothing to really review about this, unless the USB-C connection runs normal. I charged it over 2 hours if I'm not mistaken.
At first, I didn't even include Q10 in my shopping list. I almost bought either Q20+ or Q30. But when I researched to select which one I should buy, I found out that Q10 has the best bass among Q20+ and Q30. I was in an awe. How is it they come up with better bass for older version? Screw it, I opted for the less expensive, yet better sound quality: Q10. Easy decision!
How about noise cancellation (ANC)? This is not my priority as I don't want to be completely deaf and I still want to be aware of my surrounding when putting these on. But Q10, to my surprise, reduces noise up until 60-70%. This should be sufficient, including when I'm on a flight. And when you turn on the music (doesn't have to be loud), you won't hear anything around you, so it's kind of having ANC when you turn these on. You ca't even hear your own voice when you talk. But again, if you want the real ANC (although less sound quality than Q10), you can have the Q20+ or Q30 instead.
I have more expensive wired Sony and Bose, and the cheaper Q10 is way much better than my old headphones tbh. This is my first wireless headphones, and I'll strick with Anker Soundcore after this experience.
My only critique is this item doesn't come with a case, so I had to buy it separately. But with this price range, I gain a lot more. Q10's sound quality (especially the bass) is even exceeding the much more well-known expensive brands. No kidding! You can do your own research for this, and prove me wrong.
Reliable headphone for listening to audio books. Does not have much noise cancelling. I use it on the treadmill and the sound is great. Battery is great and can last multiple days.
I’m so glad I bought these. Rich sound, awesome base feature, great noise cancellation. Good quality for the price.
I like everything about these except that the headband is a bit too big and slides forward/backward when I bend forward our recline. Even though I'm a normal size woman with a normal size head, I have this problem with all headbands. Annoying, but not a deal breaker.