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TaoTronics 2019 Model SoundSurge 60 Headphones / Wireless / ANC / Quick Charge £34.99 Delivered Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and FBA
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TaoTronics 2019 Model SoundSurge 60 Headphones / Wireless / ANC / Quick Charge £34.99 Delivered Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and FBA

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Posted 19th Aug

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Great price again on these, they did come up a little cheaper at the end of July, although I am not sure that was for everyone, as lot's of folks weren't able to redeem.
This is for everyone though

For this price, redeem the voucher in the promo drop down section > Add to basket > Checkout

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  • Music On, World Off: Improved Active Noise Cancellation will drown out the noise of the streets or annoying chatter to fully immerse you in your favorite tunes
  • Hi-Fi Sound & Captivating Bass: 40mm large-aperture drivers deliver riveting sound and a thumping bass
  • New Hyper Speed Charge: Just 5 minutes of charging give you 2 hours of full sound; 30 hours playtime on a full charge.
  • Bluetooth 5.0: Steady Bluetooth 5.0 connection streams music uninterrupted while the built-in cVc 6.0 microphone ensure crisp, clear calls without ambient noise
  • These headphones are foldable and come with a carrying case. TaoTronics has released new brand logo. PLEASE NOTE that during the transition period you may receive products and packaging displaying the old logo.
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Does anybody use these? Thinking about buying, but would be happier with some first hand recommendations!
AlexJames10219/08/2019 09:25

Does anybody use these? Thinking about buying, but would be happier with …Does anybody use these? Thinking about buying, but would be happier with some first hand recommendations!


I need to know too. Just want to use it to listen to podcasts etc. Please let me know guys! thanks
AlexJames10219/08/2019 09:25

Does anybody use these? Thinking about buying, but would be happier with …Does anybody use these? Thinking about buying, but would be happier with some first hand recommendations!



I bought them last time they came up. Compared to my wired AKGs the sound quality with music is garbage. Listening to movies , podcasts and TV is much better. I can use plex on my phone with some of my shows while the wife kills her brain watching love island.

Comfort wise personally I find them lovely. Although in the heat we had in July my ears got a rather sweaty. They do a good job at keeping external noise out.

Worth the £35 for the ANC as it does work. I tested it when cutting the lawn and using the hoover.
Edited by: "be_vigilant" 19th Aug
I've got these - I'd say they're good enough for most people, and well worth it for £35 (I paid £50). I use mine at least 4 hours a day on average at work, for a mixture of podcasts, music and conference calls. The ANC is effective in my office environment - it won't silence a kettle 2m away, but does reduce it significantly. Typically a charge lasts me a week.

The annoying thing about it is that turning the headset off doesn't turn the ANC off, so if you forget to do this, you'll find you've got a flat battery the next day. And as a glasses wearer, it can get a bit uncomfortable after a couple of hours.
AlexJames10219/08/2019 09:25

Does anybody use these? Thinking about buying, but would be happier with …Does anybody use these? Thinking about buying, but would be happier with some first hand recommendations!


I’ve had these for about a month, I think they’re great.
F rated by fakespot.
These headphones were very disappointing - I ended up returning mine.

- the ear cups are small - definitely smaller compared to the likes of Sony 1000XM3, Bose QC35 etc, so they end up clamping the cartilage part of your ears which makes them uncomfortable.
- high clamping force makes them uncomfortable for long periods.
- the earcups make your ears ridiculously hot - twice as hot as other headphones in the segment.
- overall a poor design in terms of comfort

Lots of independent reviews point this out eg:

youtube.com/wat…o-c

rtings.com/hea…ess
AlexJames10219/08/2019 09:25

Does anybody use these? Thinking about buying, but would be happier with …Does anybody use these? Thinking about buying, but would be happier with some first hand recommendations!


Avoid them.
I have a pair of thees headphones and can wear them without much discomfort. It can be said that the ear cups may be an issue for those with large ear lobes.

ANC is OK. It does the job of drowning out some low frequency noises but you will still hear people talking of in an office setting (without music on obviously).

I paired this with the FiiO K1 DAC and my god... the pairing of the 2 devices and truely produces magical sound.

Not an audiophile. But I know when something sounds good.
Good value for money
Valiant719/08/2019 12:58

I have a pair of thees headphones and can wear them without much …I have a pair of thees headphones and can wear them without much discomfort. It can be said that the ear cups may be an issue for those with large ear lobes.ANC is OK. It does the job of drowning out some low frequency noises but you will still hear people talking of in an office setting (without music on obviously). I paired this with the FiiO K1 DAC and my god... the pairing of the 2 devices and truely produces magical sound.Not an audiophile. But I know when something sounds good.


£35 headphones generally do not sound good. These are not good in terms of sound. ANC also tends to reduce sound quality.
Valiant719/08/2019 12:58

I paired this with the FiiO K1 DAC and my god... the pairing of the 2 …I paired this with the FiiO K1 DAC and my god... the pairing of the 2 devices and truely produces magical sound.Not an audiophile.


The FiiO K1 is nothing but a gimmick:

whathifi.com/rev…-k1
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