soundcore Life Q30 FULL REVIEW
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I bought these mostly on a whim. I'm happy with them:
" Noise cancellation is pretty good, about 10dB, maybe a little more
* Noise cancellation doesn't create "stuffy head" feeling, just seems like good headphones
* Very comfortable, easy on the ears
* Tap to connect is great
* Default EQ is boomy and lacks punch. I recommend you get the app and reduce bass by 2-3dB; increase treble by the same amount. With this tweak they'll sound a lot better. See photo of my settings in this review.
* They won't get particularly loud, but that's not necessarily bad for extended listening.
All in all, a great value and very decent all around.
Bought these to use on business travel, but find myself using them other times too. They are fantastic headphones, sound great (especially if you use the phone app EQ to tailor it), are comfortable and have good battery life. Feel like they should be much more expensive than they are. I haven't owned many other noise cancelling headphones, but these do a great job of NC on commercial flights. I with they were more compact, however, or folded more compactly.
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Just got these headphones and I am pleasantly surprised how easy it was to pair it with my iMac. I also wear a hearing aid and no problem using this headset over my ears with the hearing aids. Also great sound quality. Highly recommend these.
I got the "renewed" version, which isn't a big deal to me, and it worked out great! I love that there are 3 different settings: normal, noise-cancelling, and transparency, which allows me to hear everything around me while I'm listening to whatever is on my computer or phone. It's lightweight and comfortable even for someone like me who's got big ears and pretty big head as well. The only thing I'd say that may be a con is that it isn't great to wear for strength training workout sessions... especially if you're on the floor on your back; I just learned that I'll need a different headset for my training, but it's not a deal-breaker, really.