AKG C50BT On - Ear Wireless Headphones - Black + 2 Year Guarantee £59.99 @ Argos
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AKG C50BT On - Ear Wireless Headphones - Black + 2 Year Guarantee £59.99 @ Argos

£59.99£94.9937%Argos Deals
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Found 9th May
Price dropped back down to £59.99 for these AKG C50BT headphones

Previously confirmed that these are the same as the Y50BT headphones - next best price I can see is £94.99 directly at AKG

Free c+c - stock looks decent



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Listen to all you love and more with this Bluetooth-enabled set of black wireless headphones from AKG. With 20 hours of battery life and seamless connectivity on music and calls, these also come with ear-cup-mounted controls for easily skipping back and forth to your favourite tracks or calls.

Top-end 40mm drivers provide balanced and powerful sound quality, which makes these headphones perfect for not only listening to music, but also watching films and TV shows.

Listen comfortably knowing you get a 2-year manufacturer's guarantee with these headphones. Plus, plug in the bypass cable for when you run out of juice but still want to listen to your favourite jams.

  • Synthetic leather look ear pieces
  • 1.2m cord length
  • Plastic coated cord
  • Adjustable headband
  • 3.5mm jack with 6.3mm adaptor
  • 40mm driver
  • Carry case
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee
  • EAN: 6925281923630
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Good for the price. Hot!
I bought these last time they were posted at this price. Love them.
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Any good?
FTCom10 m ago

Any good?



read the previous deal hotukdeals.com/dea…e=4 updated a few hrs ago

never knew these had gone back up in price was just about to say been this price for ages, good deal cracking Cans
Edited by: "REAL_DEAL" 9th May
Bought at this price £59.99, beginning of April, just returned yesterday as right earpiece dropping to bits
Had "Y" version for about 5 months. Daily use, not treated them kindly, still awesome.
Note, these seem much better using BT than when wired 🤷
ryfstr311 m ago

Bought at this price £59.99, beginning of April, just returned yesterday …Bought at this price £59.99, beginning of April, just returned yesterday as right earpiece dropping to bits


Had the same issue with the C50BTs, purchased from Argos £59.99, right earpiece broke from the mount. Spent 90 mins in Argos arguing for a refund.
I got one of this last time it's posted here for this price, one of hinges broke before I can manage to use its first charge, bear in mind I was very careful with it as I knew it's fragile based on other reviews. I opened the broken side to look inside and it's laughable how rubbish the mechanism of it is and made. Its also very heavy so no gym use. So if you want to use it outdoor or you want to keep or put it in a backpack or bag or etc do yourself a favour and just forget about it. Sound quality is OK, mic on it is fine, battery life I think is OK too. isolates outside noise OK but leaking sound too.
Just ordered. Thanks op. Heat
I have a pair, good sound and battery life. For BT headphones that aren’t noise cancelling, it’s a good price.
Bought a pair last time they were this price. Ended up returning them.
Build is very decent. So is level of comfort and seal.
But sound quality is seriously disappointing.
Overblown bass clouding the whole midrange. No detail in highs. I was expecting more from a set in this rrp range.
Edited by: "basergorkobal" 9th May
I have the wired version of these, really really good! however when wearing my glasses they pinch and give me a headache.
Fab price for a great pair!

Yes they are only BT v3 and the tech is 4 years old, but they last nearly a whole day & have aPTx csr v6 chipset!
shipton15 m ago

I have the wired version of these, really really good! however when …I have the wired version of these, really really good! however when wearing my glasses they pinch and give me a headache.


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Superb headphones
Bought these from Argos for my son for XMAS. Returned as the power side stopped working and started to fall apart. Cheap price because of bad build quality? Probably trying to get rid of them.
Luckily I didn't have an issue getting a refund from Argos so credit to them.
Very good set of headphones. Very happy with my purchase in early April - had a lot of use and the quality of sound is great. Would recommend especially at this price.
basergorkobal3 h, 11 m ago

Bought a pair last time they were this price. Ended up returning …Bought a pair last time they were this price. Ended up returning them.Build is very decent. So is level of comfort and seal.But sound quality is seriously disappointing.Overblown bass clouding the whole midrange. No detail in highs. I was expecting more from a set in this rrp range.


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Haha sure thing Spock
Bought these last time they were posted. Took them back. I wasn’t impressed with the sound quality (would’ve liked a little more bass) and they’re uncomfortable after prolonged periods of use. Maybe I have weird ears but they hurt after about 2 hours on my head. Nice looking headphones though and great build quality.
FTCom10 h, 9 m ago

Any good?


Great sound, they block out a lot of external noise and I've never had to worry about them running out. I charge them once a week or so.
Got these last time round when the deal was on.Had to return my first pair as one of the ear pieces fell off its mount, but got a replacement from Argos.Sound quality is good, battery life is good and they are not what I'd call heavy....i use them almost everyday, including using at the gym.The annoying thing is how they fold away as almost every time you do, it hits the power button and they switch on while in the bag.If this pair show any signs of dropping to bits they be going back for a refund this time....
Had a pair for Christmas, and wear them every day to walk the dog. Had to change the original pair within a week as there was hissing, but since then the second pair have been excellent. Would highly recommend.
Bought the Y50BT version direct from Amazon about 6 months ago. The first thing I noticed was the terrible latency - over a second. They also seemed a bit too bass-heavy for my liking and YouTube sounded like it was being further compressed. The biggest problem was that the battery didn’t last any time at all. They would be fully discharged in about a week even if I didn’t use them.

I returned them as faulty and bought the SkullKandy Grind headphones for half the price and they’ve been great.
Edited by: "James2505" 10th May
mofofunk4 h, 11 m ago

Got these last time round when the deal was on.Had to return my first pair …Got these last time round when the deal was on.Had to return my first pair as one of the ear pieces fell off its mount, but got a replacement from Argos.Sound quality is good, battery life is good and they are not what I'd call heavy....i use them almost everyday, including using at the gym.The annoying thing is how they fold away as almost every time you do, it hits the power button and they switch on while in the bag.If this pair show any signs of dropping to bits they be going back for a refund this time....


I found that pulling the left cup all the way helps with it not hitting the power button as often...
I bought these last time the deal was posted. So far I've had no problems with them, the sound quality is good, bass is not too heavy and the battery life has been sufficient for the time I've used them. I previously had House of Marley Rebel BT headphones which I really liked but these are better for sure.
Edited by: "DannyButler213" 10th May
These are excellent headphones, use mine everyday at night and they are comfortable and hold charge well worth great sound quality. Might invest in a second pair for work
Wearing mine at the present. Excellent headphones, does as I hoped for. Highly recommended at this price as more expensive at Richer Sounds etc. Only difference is they are made for the Canadian Market hence the C. 🏽
no problems here either, really comfortable imo
Also bought these a few months back. Only gotten round to testing them out quickly though, so can't comment much on reliability.
Great for the price, but as mentioned, one big fault, when folded together it’s very easy for them to turn on and drain the battery, which is so annoying
These where best of 2015 apprently, if same as Y50B, but for £15 more you get best of 2018 currys.co.uk/gbu…137


Anoyone?
James250523 h, 21 m ago

Bought the Y50BT version direct from Amazon about 6 months ago. The first …Bought the Y50BT version direct from Amazon about 6 months ago. The first thing I noticed was the terrible latency - over a second. They also seemed a bit too bass-heavy for my liking and YouTube sounded like it was being further compressed. The biggest problem was that the battery didn’t last any time at all. They would be fully discharged in about a week even if I didn’t use them.I returned them as faulty and bought the SkullKandy Grind headphones for half the price and they’ve been great.


I agree. The latency is a deal breaker for me. I can delay the audio offset in some apps but youtube and Netflix is out of sync. The sound signature is bass heavy as you said, which I quite like to be fair. I guess that's subjective, but I'm annoyed about the latency enough to return them. Shame, otherwise a great deal
Mine just broke !!! Great headphones thank god they are guaranteed
Amazon are doing a lightning deal (£50.9 instead of £59) today on the Taotronics noise cancelling headphones BT22 if anyone is interested. Decent reviews too.
Just a note: I've had a few pairs of AKG's and sound quality has be amazing on all I've owned.. But some of the components do fracture easily on normal usage. (I have a desk job and never take them out). When they have started to degrade, AKG customer services have been outstanding. I purchased from Amazon, and yet outside the guarantee they replaced the item after providing evidence I'd broken up the old set.... For that reason I will always stay with this Brand (and the fact the sound is great).
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