Wireless headphones are becoming increasingly common these days, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing if you don’t like dealing with cables. The downside is that wireless headphones rely on battery, which means that you need to make sure they’re charged if you don’t want them to die halfway.

If you’re in the market for a pair of wireless headphones with amazing battery life, then Klipsch might have something for you. Announced ahead of CES 2020, the company has debuted a pair of headphones that they’re simply calling the Over-Ear Active Noise Cancelling headphones that they claim will offer 30 hours of battery life.

This means that assuming you use it for a couple of hours a day, you should have no problems using them for a week or two before needing a charge. In terms of noise-cancelling, the headphones boast 40 decibels of active noise-cancellation. There will also be a transparency mode that lets sound through when you need to talk to someone or if you’re walking in public and need to be aware of your surroundings.

There is also support for SBC, aptX HD, and AAC, along with USB-C fast charging. In terms of price, the headphones are priced at $399, making them about $50 more expensive compared to Sony and Bose’s flagships.

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