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Aldi "Bauhn" Noise Cancelling Bluetooth rechargeable headphones - £19.99 instore
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Aldi "Bauhn" Noise Cancelling Bluetooth rechargeable headphones - £19.99 instore

£19.99Aldi Deals
Posted 13th Sep 2019Available: National

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Aldi Noise cancelling headphones reduced from £44.99 to £19.99

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I found them to fully remove the AC noise from the unit directly above my in my office, voice reduction is less impressive but I am not that anti social. Call quality seemed good according to the recipient but lacks mic monitoring so a strange sensation. Music sounded ok, not too loud but decent isolation for others nearby and the noise cancellation made listening at lower volume nicer.

Not Bose but not Bose bucks either.

1 x Headphones
1 x Micro USB charging cable
1 x 3.5mm Audio cable
1 x Airline adaptor
1 x Travel case
1 x Instruction manual
1 x Getting started guide
1 x Warranty Card
Exceptional sound quality
Uses Bluetooth® 4.0 to connect wirelessly to enabled devices
20m Wireless range (Approx.)
Noise cancelling up to 20dB
Built-in rechargeable battery with up to 15 hours per charge (Approx.)
Built-in microphone, perfect for handsfree calling
Plush, long-wear padding
Hard shell case
Airline adaptor for long-haul flights
Voice prompts for easy Bluetooth® connection and controls
Driver unit: 40mm
Impedance: 32ohms
Premium driver with frequency range: 20Hz - 20,000Hz
Built in internal rechargable battery
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38455417-uLbKB.jpg38455417-0bLDW.jpgCase and headphones from a different angle to the stock photo.
Heat for that reduction.

How good is it compared to the cheaper brands on Amazon? Regardless, Hard to complain at this price.
Edited by: "Amar_Nam" 13th Sep 2019
The cynic in me thinks the huge quantity of no name brands mean there is a cheap generic noise cancellation chip out, and they all use the exact same technology, the difference being battery quality, styling and of course driver quality.

Would love someone with more experience to chime in.
Thanks for the mini review
Just bought 2 in Wrexham by Morrisons, were still £45 on the label, but asking at the till to price check code 16607 showed the reduced price.
The staff member got my 2 out of the back and left the 2 in the display.
Sound quality is very good, quite a bit of sound leaks out and noise cancelling only works a bit with talking, but hopefully will get benefit when next on a plane. The cups are a bit small, tight fit to the edge with my big ears.
Cheers! I didn't need a new set of headphones, but can't resist a bargain, so bought a pair. First impressions, they look and feel very solid and good quality, and the case is nice. They look like over-ear headphones, but actually push against the ears a bit, still reasonably comfortable, but might be an issue for some people. Connected easily and seems to hold the connection well. They compare quite favourably to the Taotronics Soundsurge 60s ( amazon.co.uk/Can…QWH ) I bought for about £50. Sound's quite good, but seems to lack treble to me, as do the Soundsurges. The noise cancellation could better be described as 'noise reduction'. It noticably reduces some background noises. Probably not for audiophiles, but a bargain at the price. You'd be hard pushed to find better headphones with active noise cancellation under £20. These are a good backup pair for me.
Edited by: "Angus_McFrugal" 15th Sep 2019
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