Lenovo Yoga Active Noise Cancellation Headphones – Review


About 2 weeks ago I received a set of Lenovo Yoga Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) headphones to review, which was pretty timely because if you’ve been following my live cooking videos you’ll have noticed the loud chirping noises courtesy of the birds on my balcony interfering with my broadcasts of late (I think they’re attracted to the mini herb garden I’ve been trying to cultivate).

This is my video which I recorded to show what’s in the box and also to explain some of the functions including the difference between Active Noise Cancellation and Environmental Noise Cancellation (the Yoga ANC does both).


Here are some technical specs about the Lenovo ANC headphones which I either did not cover, or just glossed over in the video:


Headphone Driver : 40mm Neodymium
Frequency Range : 20 Hz – 20 kHz
Impedance : 32Ω
Max. Input Power : 30 mW
Sensitivity (SPL) : >111 dBm ± 3 dBm
THD+N at -3 dBFS : -77 dB
Dynamic Range : 110 dB

Battery Support
Playback : 14 Hours playback
with ANC off
Battery Charge Time : <3 Hours

THD+N at -3 dBFS
-85 dB
50 Hz – 8 kHz
Dynamic Range
95 dB

Active Noise Cancellation (ANC)
Hybrid ANC, Up to -30 dB,
4 out of 6 microphones for ANC
Level 1, Level 2 and ANC off

Environmental Noise Cancellation (ENC)
4 out of 6 Microphones for ENC
Signal-to-noise Ratio (SNR)
Up to 75 dB


Starting at 0.47 lbs (214 g)

Headphone Type
On-Ear Design,
Fold-Flat Engineering

Microphone Type


Bluetooth® 5.0, USB Digital Audio
Bluetooth® Profile
Bluetooth® Audio Format Support
SBC / AAC / aptX / aptXLL / HP1.7 / mSBC

Cable Length
USB-C to USB-A : 1.3 m Braided Cable


Supported OS
Windows 10
Android™ 8.0 or later
iOS 10.0 or later

What’s in the Box
Lenovo Yoga ANC Headphones
Carrying Case
1.3 m USB-C to USB-A Braided Cable

Quick Start Manual

1 Year