SoundMAGIC P22BT Portable Wireless Bluetooth Headphones £29.50 Sound Magic Headphones
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SoundMAGIC P22BT Portable Wireless Bluetooth Headphones £29.50 Sound Magic Headphones

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Posted 5th Nov
Often referenced as the best Bluetooth headphones you can buy for under £50, these are surprisingly good for the money.

Generally £40-£50 elsewhere. £29.50 delivered is a steal for these IMO.

About 18 hour battery life.

Other products also in their sale, although stock is patchy.

Some reviews:
hifiheadphones.co.uk/rev…ew/

head-fi.org/sho…ews


headfonics.com/201…ew/
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Zameen05/11/2019 13:11

Nice op rather get the wired version more environmentally friendly and …Nice op rather get the wired version more environmentally friendly and cheapersoundmagicheadphones.com/collections/on-sale/products/soundmagic-p22c-portable-headphones-with-universal-smartphone-controls-mic


Becuase there's no battery? Is that your thinking?
barbiegirl05/11/2019 13:50

Becuase there's no battery? Is that your thinking?


Because the Bluetooth connectivity drains the phone/tablet quicker forcing you to recharge regularly along with the headphones when you could have wired ones instead. Every little helps
Zameen05/11/2019 14:06

Because the Bluetooth connectivity drains the phone/tablet quicker forcing …Because the Bluetooth connectivity drains the phone/tablet quicker forcing you to recharge regularly along with the headphones when you could have wired ones instead. Every little helps


I see. Does Bluetooth transmission use less battery than driving a set of headphones via the inbuilt amplifier in the phone though? I suspect it does......this could become an uber-geeky conversation quite quickly...
barbiegirl05/11/2019 14:59

I see. Does Bluetooth transmission use less battery than driving a set of …I see. Does Bluetooth transmission use less battery than driving a set of headphones via the inbuilt amplifier in the phone though? I suspect it does......this could become an uber-geeky conversation quite quickly...


“Do bluetooth headphones cause more of a draw on your phones battery than wired headphones?”

The answer to that is also yes,

quora.com/Do-…set

'wired headphones are also made in a way that they do not consume a lot of power. The fact that most of the most modern wired headphones have the option to switch features such as the Bluetooth off makes them more power-efficient.'

gadgetbriefs.com/hea…er/

These articles concentrate on the phone / tablet battery and say the drain is worse, when you factor in 2nd headphone battery ... original comment of draining 2 batteries and recharging remians worse for the enviroment.

Additionally 5 reasons not to buy bluetooth over wired

soundguys.com/5-r…50/
Edited by: "Zameen" 5th Nov
You’re better off looking for European made products, our impact is minimal compared to China and others, if we all lived woods today in the UK and hugged for warmth, it wouldn’t make a difference to climate change.

People really need to wake up though, it’s a global war of economic might, if we constrain our economy and progress, allowing wealth to flow freely out the country, places China will continue to pollute, we will have less and less power to influence them.

Want to make a difference? Buy British, if you can’t buy EU. China will dictate to all of us more and more, and all we’ll have left is paper straws.
Edited by: "Webcon19" 6th Nov
Do they have a bass boosted one?
Webcon1906/11/2019 03:07

You’re better off looking for European made products, our impact is m …You’re better off looking for European made products, our impact is minimal compared to China and others, if we all lived woods today in the UK and hugged for warmth, it wouldn’t make a difference to climate change. People really need to wake up though, it’s a global war of economic might, if we constrain our economy and progress, allowing wealth to flow freely out the country, places China will continue to pollute, we will have less and less power to influence them. Want to make a difference? Buy British, if you can’t buy EU. China will dictate to all of us more and more, and all we’ll have left is paper straws.


Did you know that one child born in the industrialised 'West' will use the equivalent in resources as 25 children born elsewhere. Its why we steal, strip assets / resources and go to war in the name of 'freedom' and 'democracy' oh and now 'climate change' -- 'saving the planet'.

China has already won.

Good deal by the way.
Webcon1906/11/2019 03:07

You’re better off looking for European made products, our impact is m …You’re better off looking for European made products, our impact is minimal compared to China and others, if we all lived woods today in the UK and hugged for warmth, it wouldn’t make a difference to climate change. People really need to wake up though, it’s a global war of economic might, if we constrain our economy and progress, allowing wealth to flow freely out the country, places China will continue to pollute, we will have less and less power to influence them. Want to make a difference? Buy British, if you can’t buy EU. China will dictate to all of us more and more, and all we’ll have left is paper straws.


I suspect, if we do ever manage to leave the EU, that a strong 'Buy British' movement would be a real boon......
barbiegirl06/11/2019 16:10

I suspect, if we do ever manage to leave the EU, that a strong 'Buy …I suspect, if we do ever manage to leave the EU, that a strong 'Buy British' movement would be a real boon......


we won’t have much firkin choice without any trade deals tbf
wendy0706/11/2019 15:48

Did you know that one child born in the industrialised 'West' will use the …Did you know that one child born in the industrialised 'West' will use the equivalent in resources as 25 children born elsewhere. Its why we steal, strip assets / resources and go to war in the name of 'freedom' and 'democracy' oh and now 'climate change' -- 'saving the planet'.China has already won. Good deal by the way.


We consume the goods, the production and pollution takes place in China, India, Brazil, we export our problems, we’re the driver, because we exported our Industry to make profit, pretending we’re morally superior, and avoiding any regulation. Buying UK goods which are highly regulated, we’d cut the hidden exported pollution massively.

Also. I agree China’s managed capitalism out smarted free market nonsense we have, a good few years ago. Makes me laugh people buying Chinese goods and thinking they’re making “difference”. The Chinese find us hilarious.

Great deal though 🔥🔥🔥
It seems a tin foil hat is required to comment on this headphone thread, I'd rather look for another pair of cans elsewhere (these look good OP btw)
Edited by: "xavierluther" 7th Nov
xavierluther07/11/2019 15:20

It seems a tin foil hat is required to comment on this headphone thread, …It seems a tin foil hat is required to comment on this headphone thread, I'd rather look for another pair of cans elsewhere (these look good OP btw)


Er, yeah.....it descended into doom and politics in record time for sure...
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