KEF Mu7 wireless headphones combine ANC and quality sound

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(Pocket-lint) – Luxury audio brand KEF has launched a pair of wireless on-ear headphones whose aesthetic has been designed by renowned designer Ross Lovegrove, and which feature active noise cancellation and hi-fi audio support. resolution.

The KEF Mu7 earphones feature a 40mm full-range dynamic driver in each ear and intelligent active noise cancellation technology that neutralizes outside noise for a clear, isolated listening experience.

It supports Qualcomm’s aptX HD codec, which enables near-lossless wireless audio playback at up to 24-bit/48kHz. The headphones also support the Bluetooth 5.1 standard to connect to Android and iOS devices.


Design features include aluminum, silver, or charcoal gray construction, with leatherette memory foam ear cushions for added comfort. The right ear cup has a capacitive touch panel to control volume, tracks, calls and activate your favorite voice assistant.

Battery life is advertised at 40 hours with Bluetooth and ANC turned on, which is good for this category of headphones. Fast charging is also available, with a 15-minute charge providing up to eight hours of use.

The designer, Lovegrove, previously worked with KEF on products such as Muon speakers, Muo portable speakers and Mu3 headphones. A design language is present throughout the range.

The KEF Mu7 ANC Wireless Headphones are available now for £349 in the UK, $399.99 in the US and €399 in Central Europe.

Written by Rick Henderson.

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