CLAW ANC7 Active Noise Cancelling earphones launched in India at Rs 3,990

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If you’re in the market for an Active Noise Cancelling earphones, then CLAW has introduced its latest model, AN7. Priced at Rs 3,999, they are available to be purchased online and offline retail across India. Lets walkabout Claw ANC7 earphones below in brief.

CLAW ANC7 (Active Noise Cancelling) Earphones Features 

Equipped with a microphone and in-line controls, it comes with a variety of features you’d like to see and experience on earphones with ANC. First clearing about ANC support, it claims to offer a 97% reduction in the noise around you. Thus offering immersive auditory experience. 

With a massive 16 hours of ANC functionality support, which its in-built battery allows. There is quick charge support, which offers up to 2 hours of ANC usage within 5 minutes of charging. 

There are different monitoring modes which claim to enhance the ambient sound. This mode would you to seamlessly hear announcements and conversations while listening to your favorite music. Thus, no requirements to remove earbuds. 

Talking about the design of the Claw ANC7 earphones, they offer earbuds constructed with aluminum alloy. If you are worried about the portability since ANC is involved. Then, you should know that they weigh just 22.8 grams and comes with a travel pouch. 

The dual-line remote control where one houses the ANC and monitoring mode buttons. While the other houses a mic and controls for volume, playback, and call functions. There is a built-in MEMS noise cancelling microphone for better call quality. 

What do you guys think of the CLAW ANC7 earphones? Let us know in the comment section below.

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