Audio-Technica ATH-ANC700BT Wireless Headphones Now Only $149 – Amazon Black Friday 2018 Deals


Audio-Technica's ATH-ANC700BT wireless over-ear headphones are one of the newest additions to the company's QuietPoint line after only having been announced at this year's CES event. At the time the headphones launched with a $199 price point and due to how new they are they've only seen limited discounts ever since. That is, until now, as coinciding with Black Friday 2018, the ATH-ANC700BT headphones can now be picked up through Amazon for just $149 – representing a significant saving compared to their usual price.

One of the big selling points with these headphones is the included active noise-canceling technology which means owners can expect a more tuned-in sound when using the headphones in a busy and noisy environment, and without having to compromise on the overall sound quality. Speaking of which, the ATH-ANC700BT headphones feature 40mm drivers and support a frequency response range of 5 – 40,000 Hz. These are Bluetooth headphones and the included battery is rated to offer up to 25 hours of continuous Bluetooth (and ANC) use. Although when the battery does run out, the headphones do come with a 3.5mm port so they can also be used in a traditional wired fashion when needed. It's also in this mode when the headphones are the most responsive and able to handle the wider frequency response range – in other words, a Hi-Res Audio sound quality.

Audio-Technica ATH-ANC700BT Wireless Headphones - Amazon - $149

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