Mpow H8 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones BT 4.1 20 hour battery - £43.99 Sold by longtop and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Mpow H8 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones BT 4.1 20 hour battery - £43.99 Sold by longtop and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 15th Feb
Seems a reasonable price for active noise cancelling.

  • 【Active Noise Cancelling Technology】 Mpow H8 Bluetooth Headphones adopts advanced active noise reduction technology, blocking out external noise by creating inverse waves, can eliminate most regular ambient noise and help reduce 85% of low frequency background noise, like airplane cabin noise, city traffic or a busy office.
  • 【Immersive Sound & Ultra Long Playing Time】Bluetooth 4.1 connects in seconds from up to 33 feet away. Mpow ANC technology works in tandem with the Large 40mm driver, creates a 3D stereo sound system for you. Built-in battery provides 15-20 hours music/call.
  • 【Adjustable Fit, Maximum Comfort】 With 90 Degree swiveling ear cups, Full-covering earmuffs, with soft and professional protein ear pads, and retractable headband design to ensure comfortable and easy wearing. Provided with a carrying bag for easy packing and storage.
  • 【Mutil-Device Support】 Allows for wired (when battery is low or devices without Bluetooth) and wireless mode, compatible with Android devices, iPhone, iPad, Tablet, PC, TV, etc. Note: you need a separate ★ Bluetooth Transmitter ★ when connected with TV.
  • 【Hands-Free Call in Two Modes】Built-in microphone enables you to take hands-free calls in wireless mode. In Wired Mode, ensure that the 3.5mm audio cable is inserted correctly, can also enjoy hands-free calls. Mpow Bluetooth Headphones includes a ❤ 45 days money back & 18-month warranty ❤.
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I looked at these before opting for the Bluedio T4S instead.
No1_VIPER1 h, 18 m ago

I looked at these before opting for the Bluedio T4S instead.


Do you recommend them? They're stamped Bluedio everywhere though..
Ichimaru52 m ago

Do you recommend them? They're stamped Bluedio everywhere though..


Yeah they're really good. The build quality makes them feel more expensive than they are. They have quite a bit of base, until you switch on the ANC. But I fixed that with an EQ tweak. Talking of the ANC, it works surprisingly well. Obviously it doesn't completely cut out all noise. I'd definitely recommend them. I managed to pick them up for £35 new on eBay.
No different from the 7dayshop aero active I bought last year. To be honest have a look at the plantronics backbeat pro refurbs on amazon and ebay by headset solutions. They are far better but they do cost £75 better than the cheapos and the battery life is close to 24hrs with anc and BT on. They cost 150 new!
They look identical to my KitSound Immerse headphones.l and a similar-ish price.
If they are the same, great sound but noise cancellation not the greatest.
Ideal as an introduction to world of noise cancelling headphones.
does anyone know how these would compare to bose QC25's? are the bose worth the extra money?
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