Everyday use (Battery & Connectivity)

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Designed for everyday life

Stay powered up for days

With up to 50 hours of battery life, you can listen to your favorite music without worrying about running out of charge. And, if your headphones battery is running low, a three-minute quick-charge can give you 1.5 hours of listening time.
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Enjoy all day comfort

With an adjustable headband, soft earpads and lightweight design, you can find your perfect fit and stay comfortable for longer.
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Easy connection and easy operation

Multipoint connection

For total convenience, these Bluetooth® headphones can be paired with two Bluetooth® devices at the same time. So when a call comes in, your headphones know which device is ringing and connects to the right one automatically.0
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Find your headphones with Fast Pair

In one tap, the WH-CH520 enables quick, effortless Bluetooth® pairing with your Android devices. You can even check to see where you last placed it.
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Easy pairing with your computer

Swift Pair makes it quick and easy to pair your headphones with your Windows 11 or Windows 10 laptop, desktop PC or tablet. Pop-up pairing guidance appears on nearby Windows 11 or Windows 10 devices when pairing mode is selected.

Keep control with easy-to-use buttons

An easy-to-use selection of buttons help control your headphones, meaning you can play, stop, or skip through your tracks and adjust the volume, all with a tap of your finger.
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Voice control

Press the voice button to get help from Google or Siri to get things done without stopping what you're doing—like playing your favorite songs, texting and calling, getting quick answers, and managing your calendar and reminders.0