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Audio Technica ATH-ANC500BT Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones $99 + Delivery (Free C&C) @ The Good Guys


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The ATH-ANC500BT QuietPoint® wireless over-ear headphones use proprietary active noise-cancelling technology to provide a comfortable listening environment in areas with high ambient noise. They also feature Bluetooth® wireless technology and have a mic and button controls built into the left earcup for convenient handling of calls, music playback and volume adjustment.

The headphones’ 40 mm drivers supply powerful sound reproduction with exceptional clarity, whether operating over a Bluetooth wireless connection or a standard wired connection using the included 1.2 m audio cable with 3.5 mm stereo mini-plug. Memory-foam earpads provide excellent sound isolation and amazing comfort, and the earcups fold in to make the headphones more compact and easy to transport.

An internal lithium polymer rechargeable battery powers the headphones, giving you approximately 20 hours of continuous Bluetooth and ANC use on a full charge. A 30 cm USB charging cable is included.

Available in black (ATH-ANC500BTBK) and navy (ATH-ANC500BTNV).
QuietPoint® active noise-cancelling technology greatly reduces environmental noise
Bluetooth wireless technology with mic and controls built into the earcup for convenient handling of calls, music playback and volume adjustment
40 mm drivers deliver high-fidelity audio reproduction
1.2 m cable provides a wired connection for times when wireless operation is not available or when battery power is low
Foldable design makes headphones ideal for travel
Up to 20 hours of continuous Bluetooth and ANC use on a full charge
Includes 30 cm USB charging cable
Available in black (ATH-ANC500BTBK) and navy (ATH-ANC500BTNV)

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  • I found the general reviews to be true - the active noise cancelling is pretty much useless, and the pressure it exerts on the ears gets uncomfortable quite quickly. Would advise testing it out in a store first before buying, but for $99 I would spend my money on something else if given the choice.

    • I am a user of other AT ANC headphone SR50BT. I also own Bose QC35 and sony 1000XM2. Some people like me prefer the AT style NC, where the bose and sony ones cause headaches.

  • Any way to work out how durable the headbands on these things are? I'm after something that will last at least a few years with daily use