AUKEY Bluetooth Headphones With 3 EQ modes £12.99 Prime / £16.98 Non Prime Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon
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AUKEY Bluetooth Headphones With 3 EQ modes £12.99 Prime / £16.98 Non Prime Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 6th Sep 2017
To get this price, you need to go to the "Promotion Message" section under the price and select the £8 off option and redeem. You should then be able to add to your basket and get the discount.

My old BT set are about shot, as I've had them a few years now, also they keep coming out, so time for a change. I like the idea of a few EQ modes, although there are apps that you can use too.

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  • CD-Quality Wireless Sound: In-ear headphones with aptX technology for purer wireless audio over Bluetooth 4.1 (with aptX-compatible devices). Get rich, robust sound with punchy bass and a choice of three EQ sound signatures
  • Stable & Comfortable Fit: Super-lightweight (13g / 0.46oz) earbuds with three sizes of ear-tips and in-ear ear-hooks for a customized, firm fit with excellent noise isolation
  • Extended Playtime: 8 hours of music (about 120 songs) or 240 hours of standby time on a single 1.5-hour charge
  • Sports Earbuds Design: IPX4-certified water-resistant with internal nano coating to withstand sweat and rain on your run. For convenient carry, the earbuds magnetically fasten around your neck. They're great for gym workouts and jogs
  • Package Contents: AUKEY EP-B40 Latitude Wireless Earbuds, Micro-USB Cable, Three Pairs of Ear-Tips, Three Pairs of In-Ear Ear-hooks, Carrying Pouch, User Manual, 24-Month Product Replacement Warranty and Friendly Customer Service
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ajdinmore56 m ago

The pair I had lacked so much in the low end I sent them back.

I thought the same and nearly returned them. I then realised that they have 3 EQ presets and for some reason the high treble setting is the default. Really good for audiobooks and podcasts, but terribly flat for music.

If you triple click on the main button it cycles between high treble, balanced and high bass.

I tried the 'balanced EQ' and they actually sound really good. Easily on par with my £50 Sony Bluetooth earbuds. At that price, these are a steal
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Whats the sound like on these?
Thanks ordered, couldn't get the promotional links to work but just entering the code 7R7LO9W2 worked for me as stated against the £8 off offer.
Think I'd go for the Anker equivalents personally. I have them and they are very good!
I've used these, they do the job nicely.
ALBO4EVER44 m ago

Whats the sound like on these?


The pair I had lacked so much in the low end I sent them back.
ajdinmore56 m ago

The pair I had lacked so much in the low end I sent them back.

I thought the same and nearly returned them. I then realised that they have 3 EQ presets and for some reason the high treble setting is the default. Really good for audiobooks and podcasts, but terribly flat for music.

If you triple click on the main button it cycles between high treble, balanced and high bass.

I tried the 'balanced EQ' and they actually sound really good. Easily on par with my £50 Sony Bluetooth earbuds. At that price, these are a steal
nyasham2 h, 4 m ago

I thought the same and nearly returned them. I then realised that they …I thought the same and nearly returned them. I then realised that they have 3 EQ presets and for some reason the high treble setting is the default. Really good for audiobooks and podcasts, but terribly flat for music.If you triple click on the main button it cycles between high treble, balanced and high bass.I tried the 'balanced EQ' and they actually sound really good. Easily on par with my £50 Sony Bluetooth earbuds. At that price, these are a steal


I was unimpressed at all EQ settings; they were totally outclassed by both £7 wired Panasonic buds and some random (though hellishly ugly) Bluetooth ones find in TK Maxx for £15.

The clarity was really good for the price, I'll give them that, but a lot of stuff I listen to has most of the detail in the low end and these made it unlistenable if I paid any attention.
ajdinmore1 h, 21 m ago

I was unimpressed at all EQ settings; they were totally outclassed by both …I was unimpressed at all EQ settings; they were totally outclassed by both £7 wired Panasonic buds and some random (though hellishly ugly) Bluetooth ones find in TK Maxx for £15.The clarity was really good for the price, I'll give them that, but a lot of stuff I listen to has most of the detail in the low end and these made it unlistenable if I paid any attention.

​What do you expect for the price though?
Anyone got any links to cheap air pod copies? I only listen to podcasts and audio books on my headphones so bass etc don't really matter.
I'd pay an extra fiver and get the mpow equivalent.
MatsyLR9 h, 28 m ago

​What do you expect for the price though?


Not a lot at all, and I probably would have kept them if they hadn't made me decide that cheap and crappy headphones are a false economy. But someone asked what they're like and the fact is the pair I had were incredibly unbalanced.
Edited by: "a-j" 7th Sep 2017
ajdinmore2 h, 0 m ago

Not a lot at all, and I probably would have kept them if they hadn't made …Not a lot at all, and I probably would have kept them if they hadn't made me decide that cheap and crappy headphones are a false economy. But someone asked what they're like and the fact is the pair I had were incredibly unbalanced.

I agree. I have been through many headphones around the £20 mark. Best ones I have had so far are some Skullcandy ones, followed by Betron, but many others around the same price mark are really inferior. The most recent disappointment were the Xiaomi ones (the £20 or so ones posted on here). I actually have a Xiaomi phone which I was really impressed with so gave them a go, but they were crap!
I've got the old versions of these, and whilst they're ok... I do wish they'd sell them without the inline mic bit. It jumps around when I go for a run. I don't need to make calls with these, just want to listen to music.
charliemike8 h, 9 m ago

I'd pay an extra fiver and get the mpow equivalent.


What's the difference between these and the Mpow?
I'm none prime & you can still get these for £12.99. Just select £8 off in the promotional part & free postage. 31921293-xnGAN.jpg
Hi, can anyone comment if these Aukey are better (they are cheaper, and listed on the Aukey site, so not sure if they are a newer model):

amazon.co.uk/Blu…b62

Thanks.
dealtime4 h, 18 m ago

Hi, can anyone comment if these Aukey are better (they are cheaper, and …Hi, can anyone comment if these Aukey are better (they are cheaper, and listed on the Aukey site, so not sure if they are a newer model):https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bluetooth-Headphones-Magnetic-Wireless-Microphone/dp/B074V5X1HZ/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1504877506&sr=1-1&keywords=aukey+ep-b62Thanks.


better life on the ones in this deal, 5hours v 8hours

Got these today, really good compared to even my Soundmagic e10s! added some Comfy foam tips
Edited by: "s50m3" 8th Sep 2017
Really chuffed with these! Tested at gym today, quality sound....DEFINITELY play around with the different size earpieces and attachments to get a secure fit.....now, just hoping durability is good
I'm not a fan of the sound on any of the EQ settings. Had to increase the bass on my phone to get these sounding good. Not bad for the price though
Not amazing sound by any means; cheap with some comfort and tinny sound. The bass is not there, but what can you expect at this price?
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