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Plantronics Backbeat Pro + Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones £99.99 at BT Shop. £103.48 delivered

£99.99 @ BT Shop
Don't know if this is a good deal for some. I unfortunately can't afford the new Backbeat Pro 2 headphones but noticed that these are just under £100 so I have decided to purchase these. I'm not too s… Read More
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Don't know if this is a good deal for some. I unfortunately can't afford the new Backbeat Pro 2 headphones but noticed that these are just under £100 so I have decided to purchase these. I'm not too sure of the difference between this and the earlier Backbeat Pro model. Standard delivery is from £3.49.

Description.

Get lost in rich, lifelike music from your computer and mobile device, making every moment your own with Backbeat PRO+. With extended, Class 1 Bluetooth range and up to 24 hours of continuous wireless use, you're going to need a longer playlist.

Bring your music to life

Bluetooth in many computers wasn’t designed for music and headphones. The BackBeat PRO+ and high-fidelity Bluetooth USB adapter deliver the brilliant audio detail of your music, movies, and videos when you use your computer as your entertainment hub. With up to 24 hours of continuous streaming, power-saving features, and non-stop listening with the optional cable, you’re going to need a longer playlist.

Experience a personal concert

Our signature audio performance delivers all the rich bass, crisp highs, and natural midtones of your music and media. Slip on the exceptional comfort and find refuge in a noisy world. Whether working, traveling, or just relaxing, switch on the active noise cancelling (ANC) to block out the noise and turn a long flight, open office layout, or noisy café into a private concert.

Never miss a beat

Wander up to 330ft/100m away from your paired phone or tablet thanks to Class 1 Bluetooth 4.0 technology, controlling your experience using easy-to-find on-ear buttons and familiar-feeling dials. Listen to a movie on your computer and quickly answer a call without removing your headphones or reaching for your phone. When it’s time to leave, slip these fold-flat headphones into the slim travel sleeve.
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#1
Are these any good? I want some noise cancelling headphones but the bose ones that I want cost too much ._.
#2
BrumGB
Are these any good? I want some noise cancelling headphones but the bose ones that I want cost too much ._.


I've never had any but I've heard lots of really positive reviews about them so I've caved and got some of my own now haha :D
1 Like #3
Super hot! Just bought one for my sister for her bday. Tempted to grab one for myself too...!

Waiting for the Sennheiser HD4.50BTNC to come out though to see reviews on them. Tried my friend's Sony h.ear MDR-ABN100 and they're really good.

Edited By: Ulti on Feb 01, 2017 22:30
#4
I got one of them for 2 years now and if You thinking about noise cancelling headphones you can't go wrong with them ! Maybe they are bit too bulky but I love them since day one :-) had many headphones before and was looking for something special. Had Bose QC3 for a year but changed them for This Back beat Pro and that was best choice :-) Bluetooth range is 100 m and battery last forever. Good materials and 2 years warranty. Noise cancelling works perfect and bass is so deep ! Additionally those extra features like music pause when you get them off. Great product !
1 Like #5
Best BT headphones I have heard to date and I have had the QC35 as well. The NC is better on the Bose but they cost almost 3 times as much. Sound is much better than Bose and the sensors work great to. When you take them off they stop playback and so forth. Active noise cancelling for the microphone array is awesome too. The backbeat pro 2 are being released hence they shift these but you cannot go wrong with this set. Battery life is like 20h at least. Would buy again without hesitation.
#6
Hot! The BT600 which comes bundled with this is priced £50+ on its own.
#7
Just bought a pair, mainly for the BT600 tbh, I've already got a set of BBPs which are superb.
Thank you OP.

Edited By: mikeyfive on Feb 02, 2017 02:47
#8
i got some lf these from amazon ages ago. as good as my bose for noise cancelling but much more portable. battery life last ages and great fpr phone calls tp with mic. hot!
#9
superb headphones......gave them to my bro when earpads wore away......he promptly fixed them......and I feel like a mug ;) . These cans are just brill with a superb feature set.....now looking at the new sonys mdr 100's / 1000's or the jbl everest elite 700.....word of warning, not ever buy the Creative evo zxr's, as they promise so much but deliver so little and Creative's customer services is the worst I have ever experienced......had to involve PayPal, which I have never had to do before......
#10
BrumGB
Are these any good? I want some noise cancelling headphones but the bose ones that I want cost too much ._.


They are good. Brother in law was in same boat. I gave him my pair to try, he was convinced straight away and bought a pair. BBPro have a bassier meatier sound than the bose. Bose is slightly anaemic in comparison but not bad by any means. BBPro are q chunky but earcups fold the correct way so they sit nicely when around your neck - Google the pics. Bose have better noise cancelling and are lighter I believe. Depends what u want. Bose if u have the cash and travel a lot possibly. BBPro for Bluetooth range, bassier/warmer sound and also the brilliant auto on/off feature.
#11
Ordered thanks, I was debating spending more on bose or sony but I had a pair of the non + version and they were great. Enough bass and detail was great for my untrained ears. I had mine for 10 months before the pads started to rip, I did wear them daily for work calls so heavy usage but was still happy with them.
#12
tempt
Hot! The BT600 which comes bundled with this is priced £50+ on its own.

Hi,
What is the BT600? and how do you know it is bundled?
Thanks in advance
#13
anyone know if this has a built in mic that can be used for PC gaming ?
#14
JSmooth
anyone know if this has a built in mic that can be used for PC gaming ?

read Holgmasters post. ;)
#15
i have a pair of these, bought them for £115 on Amazon a while back. they are great and I would recommend these at the current Amazon price of £135 so hot for sub £100.
#16
Blunt_UK
tempt
Hot! The BT600 which comes bundled with this is priced £50+ on its own.
Hi,
What is the BT600? and how do you know it is bundled?
Thanks in advance

The BT600 is the small Bluetooth USB adapter that you can see in the picture - this will allow you to use the headphones with a PC that doesn't have Bluetooth etc.
1 Like #17
These are currently £199 on Amazon - the £135 ones are the non 'plus' version - which I have ; and as others say, they are a fantastic piece of kit - great sound quality, fantastic battery life and some great features like auto pause when you remove them. Highly recommended, especially as this is for the 'plus' edition with the Bluetooth adapter.

Amazon link - https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Electronics-Photo/Plantronics-BackBeat-Canceling-Headphones-204800-05/B01C2O6UPK/
#18
I'd be interested in how comfortable these are? My regular headphones are HD700s and I love how I can almost forget I'm wearing them. I had a pair of Sony Bluetooth over ear ones (950bt?) but found them to be pretty uncomfortable over time. How well do these go round your lugs?
#19
Blunt_UK
tempt
Hot! The BT600 which comes bundled with this is priced £50+ on its own.
Hi,
What is the BT600? and how do you know it is bundled?
Thanks in advance

It's a hi-fi Bluetooth USB dongle. Just plug it in and it's pre-paired to your headphones, making an immediate connection which bypasses the computer's sound card and guarantees the best possible sound quality.
I believe it's going to be updated to a high resolution high bitrate Bluetooth connection at some point too.
#20
I've had these for a year. Great set of headphones ,seems to connect with everything easily. can't be beaten at this price.


Edited By: Daz365 on Feb 02, 2017 13:33
1 Like #21
mikeyfive
Blunt_UK
tempt
Hot! The BT600 which comes bundled with this is priced £50+ on its own.
Hi,
What is the BT600? and how do you know it is bundled?
Thanks in advance
It's a hi-fi Bluetooth USB dongle. Just plug it in and it's pre-paired to your headphones, making an immediate connection which bypasses the computer's sound card and guarantees the best possible sound quality.
I believe it's going to be updated to a high resolution high bitrate Bluetooth connection at some point too.

Cheers for clearing that up Mikey. (Just ordered btw, sick to death of tangled deteriorating wires..)
1 Like #22
Goopster
Blunt_UK
tempt
Hot! The BT600 which comes bundled with this is priced £50+ on its own.
Hi,
What is the BT600? and how do you know it is bundled?
Thanks in advance
The BT600 is the small Bluetooth USB adapter that you can see in the picture - this will allow you to use the headphones with a PC that doesn't have Bluetooth etc.
Also cheers Goopster. :)
#23
these can connect to two devices at the same time too in case anyone wondered....
#24
I got some of these a year ago, absolutely brilliant sound it blew my mind. The noise cancelling is awesome and they are mega comfortable. One thing though is that the leather split on one of the ear cups, Plantronics sent a courier incredibly fast and I got a new pair within days so I can't fault their customer service.

Edited By: matthewsalisbury56 on Feb 02, 2017 14:51: spelling mistake
#25
Ordered, thanks!!
4% cashback through TCB too.
2 Likes #26
Blunt_UK
mikeyfive
Blunt_UK
tempt
Hot! The BT600 which comes bundled with this is priced £50+ on its own.
Hi,
What is the BT600? and how do you know it is bundled?
Thanks in advance
It's a hi-fi Bluetooth USB dongle. Just plug it in and it's pre-paired to your headphones, making an immediate connection which bypasses the computer's sound card and guarantees the best possible sound quality.
I believe it's going to be updated to a high resolution high bitrate Bluetooth connection at some point too.
Cheers for clearing that up Mikey. (Just ordered btw, sick to death of tangled deteriorating wires..)

Excellent choice.
You don't actually need the extra BT600 as Bluetooth is already built into the headphones and most computers etc have Bluetooth built in, but the dongle is a far more convenient and powerful way of connecting it to your computer and will offer significantly improved sound quality and range.
I've been using my Backbeat Pro (not plus) headphones with my various Bluetooth devices (phones, PC, Amazon 4K, TV) flawlessly for months now. They really are great headphones, right up there with ones that cost more than twice the price.
#27
Thanks, OP, grabbed one.
#28
I don't need them.......but I want them......so I've bought them.

Great spot OP and the few days delivery gives me time to convince myself I do, in fact, need them.
#29
Price jumped to £118.80 as I went to order. Maybe just as well ... I don't need n + 1 headphones.
#30
Yeah, that's a relief, I don't think I could have resisted for much longer.
#31
How are these compared to the Sony MDR-ZX770BN ?
#32
Back down to £99.99, and they're better than the 770BNs.
#33
... and mine haven't fallen apart after over a year.
Plantronics CS is excellent too, I'm sure they'd sort out any wear problems.
#34
Back at £99 but £6.98 delivery to a Highland address. Seems if I add a £7.26 very fast SD card it reduces postage back to £3.49, but if I add a £5.65 one the postage goes up to £12.98. Very strange.

Update - bought with an SD card ... was kinda needing one anyway.

Edited By: swayndo on Feb 02, 2017 19:08: Updated info.
#35
Thanks for this. Reviews seem favourable and half the price of amazon so worth a punt for my upcoming jollies. Heat added :)
1 Like #36
cheers ordered.
#37
is sound quality compromised with noise cancellation? how do these compare to sony mdr-xb950bt for instance?
#38
4.6% TCB too?
1 Like #39
what the hell I've just ordered them and at checkout the price dropped to £86.34 including postage!!!!
#40
andypa11
what the hell I've just ordered them and at checkout the price dropped to £86.34 including postage!!!!

Yup, just ordered another pair at £86.34 inclusive... I think the site dropped VAT off the price plus postage.
Cheers man!

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