soundcore by Anker Space A40 Auto-Adjustable Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Earbuds, Reduce Noise by Up to 98%, 50H Playtime, Hi-Res Sound, Comfortable Fit, App Customization,…

£56.50£57.00 (-1%)

  • Reduce Noise By Up to 98%: Space A40 has an upgraded noise cancelling system to block out a wider range of distracting noises. So wherever you go, you’ll always have the space you need to focus.
  • Automatically Tailored Noise Cancelling: Space A40 detects external noises and automatically selects a suitable level of noise cancelling for your surroundings. Enjoy your personal space whether you’re indoors, outdoors, commuting, or on a flight.
  • 50 Hours of Personal Space: That’s enough playtime to enjoy up to 1,000 songs or 25 movies. The earbuds have a 10-hour single charge playtime, and fast charging gives you 4 hours of listening from a quick 10-minute charge.
  • Highly Detailed Sound: Thanks to soundcore’s pioneering double-layer diaphragm drivers, Space A40 noise cancelling earbuds produce sound with strong bass, clear mids, and bright treble. You can also listen using LDAC mode for Hi-Res Audio Wireless sound.
  • Comfortable, No Matter How Long You Listen: Space A40 noise cancelling wireless earbuds are smaller than all other soundcore ANC earbuds, are as light as a sheet of paper, and have an ergonomic shape so they fit comfortably in your ears.
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  1. 04

    by Gavin Logan

    I’ve tried a few wireless headphones and these are by far the best for audio quality that I have tried. Relatively inexpensive for the quality as well. One of the earbuds accidentally fell out of my pocket while I was in my garden and I didn’t find it until the next morning after a rainstorm and after drying out for half an hour it worked perfectly again. Now I’m not saying you should try this but it’s good to know they’re resilient. If I have one problem it’s that it’s easy to change the noise cancelling mode when you are putting them in because by default it’s a long press but you can change the shortcuts in the app.

  2. 04

    by Sibthorpia

    This was my first set of wireless earbuds, and I’m very happy with the purchase, especially as they were discounted to £70 (from £90). The earbuds are nicely presented in a matt-black case that fits in a jeans pocket, and which has a magnetic snap-shut lid, with three white lights to indicate the charging level. There is a charging port at the back, with a cable supplied that links to a USB connector. The packaging was mostly cardboard, with very little plastic.

    The earbuds are light and unobtrusive, and having picked the right silicone tips, are comfortable to wear for a couple of hours or more, and don’t fall out. The combination of passive and active noise cancelling blocks out low-frequency continuous sounds very well, even without any music playing. Even higher-frequency sounds are deadened somewhat, so that nearly all the trolley noises, announcements and ambient music of a large supermarket were eliminated, at only a moderate music volume. I’m not a sound expert, but the quality seems very good, and can be modified to a degree using the equaliser in the app.

    I had no problems in setting up the app, connecting to my phone, and running the ‘fit test’ and ‘HearID’ personalised frequency program. The interface is clear and easy to use. The earbuds provide touch controls, and I liked the ability to use the app to tailor the play/pause/volume/back/forward/volume functions available with one tap, two taps or long taps, on the left or right earbuds. The bluetooth range covers the whole of our semi-detached house, and even outside too. I’ve not tested the battery life, but it seems very good. The microphone also gave acceptable call quality on a phone call.

    The only minor niggles are that (a) the app/phone sometimes ‘forgets’ to connect to the earbuds, especially if they’ve been left out of the case for a time, but this is resolved by closing and reopening the app; (b) when playing music from an app you’ve just returned to, the volume comes in at mid-level by default, which is way too loud; (c) the increments between volume levels are too coarse, although this seems to be an issue with my (android) phone rather than the earbuds; (d) on a windy day, I did get a fair bit of ‘whistling’ through the earbuds, which the ‘wind noise reduction’ option did nothing to reduce, but I’m not using them outside that much, so I’m not bothered by that.

    Overall, a very good choice, and much more affordable than some on the market.

  3. 04

    by R. C. Lobo

    Overall I like these earphones, they are comfortable, sound very good and the battery lasts for ages.
    The app is very intuitive and easy to navigate and choose your best configuration for sound and touch buttons among many other features. Some are more a gimmick, like wind noise cancelling that to all effects does not make any difference.
    Noise cancellation is pretty good, but not comparable to much more earphones and that’s understandable, you get what you pay for.
    As many have said before I chose acoustic, for me it sounds good with many different music genres.
    On the negative side the cons are a high pitch noise coming from the left earphone when I am adjusting it into my ear, but this does not happen always, it’s rather odd but I can live with it.
    Secondly I have been unable to reach perfect fit for noise cancelling no matter how different silicone tips, there are about 5 different sizes in the box FYI, I have tried.
    I can recommend this product based on almost three months of user experience.

  4. 04

    by kourgath

    Ok, so, the reviews of true wireless active-noise cancelling earbuds all basically say that the big boys are great. That’s fine if you can drop £250 on some. If you are not completely certain about if this type of bud works for you then pickup these.

    Sound quality is decent once you’ve run through the HearID process and you can EQ them as you like. For top dog sound quality then yes that extra £170 on the Sony XM5, Bose 2, Sammy beans 2 pro is worth it. But out in the real world these are pretty good. My Father is a retired Sound Engineer and I have some pretty serious HiFi at home (some from his old Studio). So I do have something to compare with. My daughter has the overear Q30 and Dad was reasonably happy with the sound signature (pointing out the consumer V and where she had EQ’d for her liking) . He can tell you which mike something was recorded with and likely which headphones someone mixed with…

    ANC is pretty good at deeper lower freq stuff but is a little light at the higher freq end – so not totally isolating. There are two transparency modes which means you can reduce the loudest sounds while still hearing around you or you can set the buds to vocal mode which attenuates most other sounds. It is a little weird and yes the top end models are a bit better at it. There is also an ambient mode which will react automatically on most sounds or you can set the ANC to high and remove most sounds pretty well. I have it set to vocal in most places.
    [As an aside back in the early 90’s my Masters dissertation was on Active Noise Control. I could simulate 1 channel for 4 seconds using £200k equipment that was as big as a filing cabinet. Now we have multichannel ANC in earbuds that last hours! I was interviewed by Sony Research Labs in Japan for the ANC stuff.]

    I’ve not had any issues with battery life and the case is pretty small and gives extra charges.

    Comfort – probably the most difficult to deal with as we all have different ears. The HearID test helps you choose the correct tip size for each ear as it tells you if they seal or not. Very useful – I thought I needed larger tips than I actually did. I have had SoundMagic E10s, Sennhieser CX300, FiiO FH1, Moondrop Chu and various other earbuds over the years and once the tips are correct and you twist them properly into place the A40’s are pretty comfortable. They stay in my ears when walking out and about, cooking etc. I’m not a gym rat so no idea if they would stay in on a treadmill. They are splashproof rather than waterproof so no swimming.

    Overall – absolutely worth the money. I’m not certain that I would gain so much extra with spending £250 on the big boys – though now I have a handle on what these can do and a deep pocketful of cash I might 😀

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