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Bluedio A (Air) Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Mic £24.99 Sold by Bluedio and Fulfilled by Amazon (Using code)

£24.99 @ Amazon
I reckon these are a good price overall for what you get. Obviously there are better out there, but they will likely cost a fair bit more in comparison anyway. As far as I can see, these are the cheap… Read More
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[mod] 2m, 2d agoFound 2 months, 2 days ago
I reckon these are a good price overall for what you get. Obviously there are better out there, but they will likely cost a fair bit more in comparison anyway. As far as I can see, these are the cheapest by a fair bit and reviews look good overall in several places/stores

£24.99 all in and you will need to enter code - QAU47VVN

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1. Just for style Every detail was carefully considered, the sleek curves, the oval earcups, the vivid patterns: through the stylish printing process of HTP ( Heat Transfer Printing ), just for those who're looking for style.
2. Hear the difference The drivers are engineered to deliver strong and deep bass, without compromising the clarity: thanks to our exclusive technology of HD Diaphragm. Hear the difference even in your favorites.
3. 3D on for a live experience Once the 3D Sound is turned on, the DSP software will execute a proprietary algorithm, to extend the traditional sound field in two dimensions. Immerse you in sound all around.
4. Twistable, flexible and comfortable The headband isn't simply twistable, it's ultra-flexible to reduce the wearing pressure, together with the pivoting earcups and soft padding to create a custom fit.
5. Latest Bluetooth 4.1 technology The Latest Bluetooth 4.1 technology is remarkably power efficient, on a full charge, the built-in battery can last up to 20 hours. Your favorites just keep going and going.

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#1
Thanks Neo. Very tempting
1 Like #2
I've got a couple of different Bluedio headsets and personally I think they are great. Wireless, nice bass, nice sound and cracking price. Bought my son some as well and he loves them.
#3
ghostm4n
I've got a couple of different Bluedio headsets and personally I think they are great. Wireless, nice bass, nice sound and cracking price. Bought my son some as well and he loves them.

Same here, and I agree with your comments too
#4
I got three pairs bluedio headphones at home, two already broken, but for the price still think they are worth because decent sound quality.
#5
Agree bluedio headsets have great sound for the price, have had 4 pairs in the house. Unfortunately 3 have broken at the extenders through general use, hopefully these have metal extenders rather then the plastic on the ones I bought.
#6
Do any of you guys use bt headphones on pc? How's the sounds? My last experience with a bt headset connected to a pc via bt dingle was that I was getting mono sound and terrible call quality both on my mic and audio.
Would this have been down to a poor dongle or poor headset?
#7
Thanks OP I've come close to buying the T3's as I thought the T2's were good for the price. Anyone know how these compare ? I want Something wireless for gym use that if I break because of sweat I wouldn't care to much about compared to a £100+ pair.

Finally what's the terms of the £15 voucher ? Is it only for this pair ?

Thanks for any help.8)
#8
K0YS
Do any of you guys use bt headphones on pc? How's the sounds? My last experience with a bt headset connected to a pc via bt dingle was that I was getting mono sound and terrible call quality both on my mic and audio.
Would this have been down to a poor dongle or poor headset?
It might be a problem with your version of Windows, I had problems with my BT intermittently disconnecting until I updated to Windows 10. Everything fine now.
#9
Pateo
K0YS
Do any of you guys use bt headphones on pc? How's the sounds? My last experience with a bt headset connected to a pc via bt dingle was that I was getting mono sound and terrible call quality both on my mic and audio.
Would this have been down to a poor dongle or poor headset?
It might be a problem with your version of Windows, I had problems with my BT intermittently disconnecting until I updated to Windows 10. Everything fine now.


I think I was on win10 at the time too. The dongle I was using was around 10years old though lol, I think bt2 or something. And the headset was a super cheap curry's own brand, so who knows where the problem lay.
#10
K0YS
Pateo
K0YS
Do any of you guys use bt headphones on pc? How's the sounds? My last experience with a bt headset connected to a pc via bt dingle was that I was getting mono sound and terrible call quality both on my mic and audio.
Would this have been down to a poor dongle or poor headset?
It might be a problem with your version of Windows, I had problems with my BT intermittently disconnecting until I updated to Windows 10. Everything fine now.
I think I was on win10 at the time too. The dongle I was using was around 10years old though lol, I think bt2 or something. And the headset was a super cheap curry's own brand, so who knows where the problem lay.
I have had some pricey bt dongles from Amazon which I usually had problems with but I currently use a bt dongle from Poundland which I hardly ever have problems with!
#11
For those that want to spend less, I recommend the £14.99 B'etron HD800 on ebay. I ordered some the other day, they came this morning, quite nice for the money, 50mm drivers on them. They are supposedly used but seem like new to me. I tried posting the deal earlier today but it turns out they are banned from HUKD due to self promotion.
#12
K0YS
Pateo
K0YS
Do any of you guys use bt headphones on pc? How's the sounds? My last experience with a bt headset connected to a pc via bt dingle was that I was getting mono sound and terrible call quality both on my mic and audio.
Would this have been down to a poor dongle or poor headset?
It might be a problem with your version of Windows, I had problems with my BT intermittently disconnecting until I updated to Windows 10. Everything fine now.


I think I was on win10 at the time too. The dongle I was using was around 10years old though lol, I think bt2 or something. And the headset was a super cheap curry's own brand, so who knows where the problem lay.


Yeah...who knows lol
#13
Ordered . Delivered tomorrow so let's see how they are. £25
#14
Ordered, mine are also due tomorrow.
#15
Thx NeoTrix. Ordered for son. Get them next week.
#16
I see these and all I can think of is Jim Carrey as the Riddler
#17
Got mine today, sound decent but top end sounds a bit muddy. Midrange and bass are good and should do a good job of drowning out the awful Euro trash music at my gym.
#18
Got mine today ( went for the white) . They sound pretty good for the price, sound leakage which I always seem to get with Bluedio. I am mainly going to use them for movies on my tablet so great for that. Very comfortable. Bargain, thanks.
#19
Way to blingy for me! Will give them a listen but will definitely be sending back for refund.

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