Soundcore Anker Life Q30

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  • £79.99 - December 25, 2023
  • £49.00 - December 11, 2023
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Since: November 13, 2023
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  • Lowest Price: £49.00 - November 22, 2023
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Soundcore Anker Life Q30 Price History


Current Price £79.99 April 12, 2024
Highest Price £79.99 November 13, 2023
Lowest Price £49.00 November 22, 2023
Since November 13, 2023

Last price changes

£79.99 December 25, 2023
£49.00 December 11, 2023
£79.99 November 28, 2023
£49.00 November 22, 2023
£79.99 November 13, 2023

Soundcore Anker Life Q30 Description

Deep, Powerful Audio Quality.

Capture sound by filling in the absence of noise. Hear the complete picture and the truth within the music with Soundcore by Anker Life Q30 Hybrid ANC Headphones. Developed with proprietary Acoustic Noise Cancelling technology that combines two ANC modes: a standard hybrid ANC and a deeper ANC mode. Get up to 30 hours of uninterrupted playtime with a single charge and 10 minutes of rapid charge for 1.5 hours of playback. Enjoy stunningly clear audio and eliminate all distractions with these sound-amplifying headphones.

Advanced Audio Performance.

Listen to all the audio details with the Life Q30 Hybrid ANC Headphones. 40mm diamond-coated driver diaphragms and Soundcore’s powerful audio technology deliver crisp, clear sound with powerful, deep bass that helps you shoot for the stars. Enjoy audio performance that stays consistent no matter how long you use these headphones. With the Life Q30 headphones, you can take control of your sound and switch up the way you listen to music.

Intelligent Noise Cancelling.

The Life Q30 Hybrid ANC Headphones have two ANC modes. The Standard Hybrid mode is perfect for cancelling out low-frequency noise such as air-conditioning and engine hum, while the Deep ANC mode cuts out mid-frequency noise like chatter from the person sitting next to you on the train. Both of these ANC modes deliver optimal noise cancellation and balanced performance.

Touch & Voice Controls.

Say goodbye to long walks with your device in hand. The touch control panel on the ear cups of the Life Q30 headphones lets you easily access all your tunes with just a tap. Plus, use Voice Assistant to control music, check the battery, adjust volume, switch tracks, and more. Enjoy full convenience and control over your sound.

Crystal Clear Call Quality.

Never miss a beat with crystal clear conversations with the Life Q30 Hybrid ANC Headphones. The dual beamforming microphone array comes with cVc 8.0 noise-cancellation technology, meaning all the background noise of your environment is blocked out and your voice comes through with no distortion.

• Proprietary Acoustic Noise Cancellation Technology
• Up to 30 Hours of Battery Life on a Single Charge
• 40mm Drivers Deliver Crisp, Clear Sound
• Intelligent Noise Cancellation in Two Modes
• Touch & Voice Control with Voice Assistant
• Dual Beamforming Microphones Deliver Crystal Clear Calls
• cVc 8.0 Noise-Cancellation Technology

Soundcore Anker Life Q30 Specification

Product Dimensions

7.68 x 7.09 x 3.07 inches

Item Weight

0.6 Pounds

Item model number



1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

September 8, 2020




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Soundcore Anker Life Q30 Reviews (8)

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  1. IKK Yeung

    Excellent budget headphones. Noise cancelling effective. Battery life excellent.

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  2. Mukesh C.

    Build quality is very good you will feel that.
    NC mode are working fine. I used this for meetings and listening music.

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  3. Isabela

    Gente, estou apaixonada!
    O fone é lindo, vem numa caixa linda, tudo muito bem feito, material top. Chegou quase um mês antes do previsto e super bem embalado e seguro.

    O som é incrível também, e o isolamento de ruído, uau!!! Tem uma obra muito próxima da minha casa e quando coloco ele, não ouço nadaaa da obra.

    Recomendo muito.

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  4. Finn Floyd

    i spent forever searching for the best noise cancelling headphones (specifically ANC), and all of the best reviewed were $200+. i have misophonia, autism, and terrible sensory problems- mainly with noise. so i was willing to spend upwards of $300, but my dad recommended giving these headphones a chance. i had already looked through the product page, but i didn’t want to waste my time and be disappointed in something cheap. but, as you can tell, i decided to try them out. i am so glad i did. these are probably the most comfortable headphones i’ve owned, the sound is great (for someone who’s not an audiophile), and the noise cancelling is perfect for the price. it can block out ambiance, background music of a starbucks, incessant keyboard clacking, and so on. it cannot block out voices, however, unless they’re far enough away. i think eventually i will upgrade to Sony or Bose, but for the next year or two, these’ll do just fine. thanks for reading, this ended up longer than i thought lol

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  5. Michael C

    These headphones are really fabulous. At nearly a fifth the cost of Bose or Beats, the Soundcore over-ear bluetooth headphone is worth every penny. The audio is good enough for me, and the noise cancellation is excellent. It’s super easy to switch back and forth when in use, and the headphones are lightweight and comfortable. I also appreciate the built-in microphone. I mainly use the headphones for podcasts, but it’s great that I can seamlessly take a call in the middle of an episode. Works nice with Zoom too on my phone.

    Sure, my ears get a little warm in them, but I expect that’s true with any over-ear headphone. I’ve seen reviews about other customers having their headset crack at some point. Mine seem great thus far, but even if they do crack down the road, one could buy three of these things and still spend less money than the big name brands. So, at this time anyway, I’m very happy with my investment.

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  6. Cliente Kindle

    Esse é o meu segundo fone da soundcore. O primeiro q20 tem um melhor custo benefício e se comparado a este q30 tem mais qualidade em material e acabamento. O fone não é ruim mas não é excelente. O tecido que entra em contato com a pele em menos de 3 meses de uso já rasgou. O som do microfone não tem boa qualidade. As pessoas escutam tudo que está no entorno, e é algo que prometia ser resolvido nesta versão, porém não. O tamanho do fone não é tão ideal para cabeças menores, em alguns momentos, especialmente durante exercícios ele escorrega ou não “encaixa”.
    Fiquei um pouco decepcionada com a qualidade pois esperava algo melhor que a versão anterior. Também fiquei chateada que não veio na cor rosa comprada originalmente.

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  7. Rob

    The Soundcore Life Q30 headphones are a great value for the money and are absolutely worth purchasing at this price. I’ll start with the good (which far outweigh the cons, especially for the money).

    Sound is clear and rich, though it requires some tweaking in the Soundcore app. Changing your EQ settings is a slight annoyance since you need to open the app to do it, but short of having preset buttons or some complicated gesture, the app is the only option Anker has so I’ll let it slide. The noise cancellation is excellent and features three different profiles for different settings: transport (for public transportation and planes), indoor (for office and coffee shop environments) and outdoor (for ambient noise in “quieter city spaces”). I usually keep mine on “transport” mode because it cuts out white noise from fans (a godsend while cooking!) while still letting me hear enough to know if someone is trying to get my attention. The NC settings also allow you to use “normal” mode (no noise cancellation, though it remains pretty quite due to the good seal of the headphones) and “transparent” mode which amplifies outside noise so you can be aware of your surroundings or hold a conversation.

    As far as the physical hardware goes, the buttons are GREAT: they’re clicky and responsive. I appreciate the lack of reliance on touch-based “clicks” and gestures. There is one touch control I will comment on below. Otherwise, the headphones are pretty comfortable, do not get too hot, and seal well around the ears. The articulating cups move smoothly, though I would have preferred if they could be rotated in both directions. As-is, the headphones only allow you to rotate the cups towards your body when wearing them around your neck. The battery life is fantastic: I’ve only charged them once in over a month of owning them, though it should be noted that I usually use other headphones during my workday.

    The built-in microphone is quite good based on feedback from people I have had phone calls with. Additionally, the Bluetooth Multipoint connection is extremely handy: it’s allowed me to switch from listening to music on my computer to taking a phone call and switch from using my phone to streaming on an iPad with ease. The bluetooth range is great because I can walk pretty much anywhere in my house while leaving my device behind.

    THE NOT-SO-GOOD (but still not bad!):

    My main problem with these headphones is the fit: when you dial them in they’re pretty comfortable, but I have trouble getting them to fit right in the first place. No matter what you do their own weight will cause them to slowly slip which requires you to readjust the headband on a similar basis. I have a pretty big head yet I have almost no need to adjust these from their tightest position. These headphones are also quite prone to slipping if you bend over, so they do not lend themselves well to repetitive tasks which require bending over: working out and doing deadlifts, gardening, etc. While the material on the earcups is plasticky, fake leather, they do not get too hot which is a plus.

    The headphones have their bulk, but should not be too difficult to travel with especially if you do not mind hanging them from your neck. The fit hanging them from your neck is not the greatest, but it works. The included case is also pretty bulky, but does work to give you piece of mind when throwing these in a backpack or larger bag.

    I have not yet used these headphones in wired mode, but it should be noted that noise cancellation and EQ do not work in wired mode. Apparently the Q35 headphones address this, but I saw many reviews claiming other features did not work as well as they do on the Q30.

    My last (minor) gripe is activating “transparent” mode with the right ear cup: transparent mode is very loud. It doesn’t just let sound “pass through”, it actively amplifies outside noise. This can be pretty jarring when you accidentally activate transparent mode through the touch control on the right ear cup, especially because it’s accompanied by a loud voice saying “TRANSPARENT”. The voice announcing what mode you are using is distracting, annoying, and unnecessary. I also wish the touch control was something you held, switching to transparent mode while you are touching the ear cup then going back to noise cancelling when you release, but it is only a toggle. I feel that Anker could have allowed this feature to be tweaked in the Soundcore app, but there is no option to do so.

    All-in-all, these are great headphones for the $70-80 range and I doubt they can be beat. If you want a pair of over-the-ear headphones for the office or home, it will be hard to find a better value.

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  8. dmario84

    Bought the headphones based on some internet reviews saying it’s good, but of course I know can’t really take it for a fact. Decided to give it a try since the price is pretty reasonable. After trying it for the first time, I was definitely surprised by the sound compared to its price. Actually considering getting a 2nd pair to use in the office. Now these headphones are my go to especially for watching movies.

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