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TaoTronics [2019 Upgrade] 5.0 Bluetooth ANC Wireless Over Ear Headphones £35.99 using code Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and FBA
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TaoTronics [2019 Upgrade] 5.0 Bluetooth ANC Wireless Over Ear Headphones £35.99 using code Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and FBA

£35.99£41.9914%Amazon Deals
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Posted 4th Jun

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Another price drop on this 2019 version. Judging by reviews a good upgrade and worth a consideration if you are looking for over the ear headphones

You can use the code 7BWHXM5R or just redeem the discount directly on the page


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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; 25-30 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. Pls kindly note that it can not pair with two devices simultaneously and is not suitable for game playing.
  • First Class Comfort: Comfortable wear even on long journeys with an adjustable headband, 90° rotatable ear cups, and pillow-soft protein cushions. These headphones are foldable and come with a carrying case
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Mark_Mclean04/06/2019 10:13

amazon link says its 59.99 and u need to buy 2 headsets.......cold!!!!!!



It would truly help if you actually read what the Amazon listing says! I followed the instructions and the "£59.99" goes down to £35.99.
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Comes up as £48.98 for me when you add the extra "free" headset.
Shame about the lack of aptX/LL. I would have purchased
fastjoel04/06/2019 09:40

Comes up as £48.98 for me when you add the extra "free" headset.


Hmm, yeah it seems like its breaking somehow, will remove it until sorted
Reviews indicate that the older BH22 model sounds better than this BH060
I've got the older model (BH22) and they are decent for the price (as long as you don't expect Sony/Bose ANC quality!). For those on the market for comfortable a reasonable sound headphones you can't wrong with these! Heat added
amazon link says its 59.99 and u need to buy 2 headsets.......cold!!!!!!
Mark_Mclean04/06/2019 10:13

amazon link says its 59.99 and u need to buy 2 headsets.......cold!!!!!!



It would truly help if you actually read what the Amazon listing says! I followed the instructions and the "£59.99" goes down to £35.99.
Just returned mine today. Got them for £41.99 a few weeks ago. I knew they didn't support aptX or aptX LL but thought I'd try them anyway, and there is some lag between sound and picture if using them to watch TV.
If there bluetooth speaker is anything to go by these will be cracker
I have last year's BH028. Bluetooth, but lacking the ANC the product listed here has. Got them for £20. Would have return them if they were much more. Not terrible, but I've had to use an equaliser on my phone to significantly alter the levels.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 4th Jun
Own a pair of Sony WH1000-XM2 but had these for around a month for commuting:

* Noise cancelling only cuts low frequencies
* Bloated bass when noise cancelling off, decent sound quality when on
* A little tight and warm after wearing over an hour
* Good battery life but only 15 min warning before switching off

Overall decent value but don't expect high-end performance
Aw man, I bought this on Friday for £49.99 from this exact seller after soooo much research What do you guys think I should do? Buy them again and return the new set that arrives to get a refund on the first order? Thanks
hotukaj04/06/2019 10:59

Just returned mine today. Got them for £41.99 a few weeks ago. I knew they …Just returned mine today. Got them for £41.99 a few weeks ago. I knew they didn't support aptX or aptX LL but thought I'd try them anyway, and there is some lag between sound and picture if using them to watch TV.


I bought mine last week for £49.99 for the sole purpose of watching TV and I'm not sure what to do now as I've noticed the lag too- for me it's pretty noticeable and off putting. For this £35.99 offer I'd say they're worth it as I will only be using the headphones at night but certainly not worth £49.99! I am thinking about buying it again at this cheaper price and then returning the newer ones when they arrive.

That's an option or just getting a completely different new headset, have you seen any good ones that are similar? I was looking at these- 'Avantree [Upgraded] Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones, £49.99' (amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1). These are Fast Stream and not aptX low-latency though so could have the same problem and they are not bluetooth 5.0 (which is why I went for the TaoTronics ones instead). The 'Avantree 40 hr AptX Low-Latency Audition Pro, £49.99' has really good reviews about having no lag but the device is pretty old now, not updated and has no ANC (amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1).

Argh I don't know what to do
little_deal_minx04/06/2019 14:23

I bought mine last week for £49.99 for the sole purpose of watching TV and …I bought mine last week for £49.99 for the sole purpose of watching TV and I'm not sure what to do now as I've noticed the lag too- for me it's pretty noticeable and off putting. For this £35.99 offer I'd say they're worth it as I will only be using the headphones at night but certainly not worth £49.99! I am thinking about buying it again at this cheaper price and then returning the newer ones when they arrive. That's an option or just getting a completely different new headset, have you seen any good ones that are similar? I was looking at these- 'Avantree [Upgraded] Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones, £49.99' (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07GVDZSK8/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_1?smid=A2JYKDL02CLV4Y&psc=1). These are Fast Stream and not aptX low-latency though so could have the same problem and they are not bluetooth 5.0 (which is why I went for the TaoTronics ones instead). The 'Avantree 40 hr AptX Low-Latency Audition Pro, £49.99' has really good reviews about having no lag but the device is pretty old now, not updated and has no ANC (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01A0EAYDI/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_5?smid=A2JYKDL02CLV4Y&psc=1). Argh I don't know what to do


I have the Avantree non pro version and I really rate them. You should see no lag at all and the sound quality is really good. My other headphones are the audio technica m50's and although not as good they have replaced them as my go to headphones due to convenience
I bought it a few months ago. Returned as I was not happy with the way it sounds
I've got a pair of Tautronics also obtained for the £35 mark. Honestly feels like the right price. Does the jobs it advertises, not fantastic but a nice option at the price, get what you pay for.

I can't really recommend them at full price.
Edited by: "hotmep" 4th Jun
little_deal_minx04/06/2019 14:23

I bought mine last week for £49.99 for the sole purpose of watching TV and …I bought mine last week for £49.99 for the sole purpose of watching TV and I'm not sure what to do now as I've noticed the lag too- for me it's pretty noticeable and off putting. For this £35.99 offer I'd say they're worth it as I will only be using the headphones at night but certainly not worth £49.99! I am thinking about buying it again at this cheaper price and then returning the newer ones when they arrive. That's an option or just getting a completely different new headset, have you seen any good ones that are similar? I was looking at these- 'Avantree [Upgraded] Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones, £49.99' (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07GVDZSK8/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_1?smid=A2JYKDL02CLV4Y&psc=1). These are Fast Stream and not aptX low-latency though so could have the same problem and they are not bluetooth 5.0 (which is why I went for the TaoTronics ones instead). The 'Avantree 40 hr AptX Low-Latency Audition Pro, £49.99' has really good reviews about having no lag but the device is pretty old now, not updated and has no ANC (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01A0EAYDI/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_5?smid=A2JYKDL02CLV4Y&psc=1). Argh I don't know what to do




i got a set of sennheisser hd4.40 BT's for £45 off ebay recently.. i use them for watching tv and also playing on an xbox. no lag and great sound quality. decent battery life too. no active noise cancelling but the ear cups do block out a lot of surrounding noise, perfectly fine for watching tv in a living room. not like it has to block out the noise of a train or office lol. i tried half a dozen headsets in the 50 quid range, sony, AKG, turtlebeach, astro and the sennheissers where the best by far. just down to whether youre lucky enough to find a set in the right price range.


if you only bought them a week ago you could try and blag them for the price drop... sometimes amazon will refund you the difference.. either way you should be able to return your current headset to amazon without any fuss if you only bought them a week ago. you get like 30 days to return them if youre not satisfied.
Edited by: "davejb" 4th Jun
lhassall04/06/2019 13:41

Own a pair of Sony WH1000-XM2 but had these for around a month for …Own a pair of Sony WH1000-XM2 but had these for around a month for commuting:* Noise cancelling only cuts low frequencies* Bloated bass when noise cancelling off, decent sound quality when on* A little tight and warm after wearing over an hour* Good battery life but only 15 min warning before switching offOverall decent value but don't expect high-end performance


I have the normal ones without noise canceling and agree , very bass heavy and my ears get very hot after about 40 minutes but for the price they're good !
htslough04/06/2019 09:53

Reviews indicate that the older BH22 model sounds better than this BH060


Bh22 is currently £39.99 on Amazon
I have bh040 for over a year now and got for £34 with a discount code., decent headphones sound is OK and fantastic battery life. I have the lag on Bluetooth but can be compensated in Kodi when watching on media centre be delaying picture.
I bought the TT-BH040 last week, managed to combine the £10 voucher offered with a lightning deal and got them for £23.99. Even at that price I wasn't really impressed. Build quality was good and you get a hard carry case but the sound was poor. Muddied bass and hollow mid range. It felt like there was a barrier between the sound source and my ears. In the end I went for the Mpow 059's, in my opinion a far richer sounding set of headphones.
little_deal_minx04/06/2019 14:23

I bought mine last week for £49.99 for the sole purpose of watching TV and …I bought mine last week for £49.99 for the sole purpose of watching TV and I'm not sure what to do now as I've noticed the lag too- for me it's pretty noticeable and off putting. For this £35.99 offer I'd say they're worth it as I will only be using the headphones at night but certainly not worth £49.99! I am thinking about buying it again at this cheaper price and then returning the newer ones when they arrive. That's an option or just getting a completely different new headset, have you seen any good ones that are similar? I was looking at these- 'Avantree [Upgraded] Active Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones, £49.99' (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07GVDZSK8/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_1?smid=A2JYKDL02CLV4Y&psc=1). These are Fast Stream and not aptX low-latency though so could have the same problem and they are not bluetooth 5.0 (which is why I went for the TaoTronics ones instead). The 'Avantree 40 hr AptX Low-Latency Audition Pro, £49.99' has really good reviews about having no lag but the device is pretty old now, not updated and has no ANC (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01A0EAYDI/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_5?smid=A2JYKDL02CLV4Y&psc=1). Argh I don't know what to do


You could just return your original ones for £49.99 if you only bought them last week. There's a 30-day return period. Doesn't matter if you've used them. Then you can buy at the cheaper price and keep the newer ones.

I had TaoTronics TT-BH036 earlier this year and there was no lag with them (they support aptX). I used them on one TV with a bluetooth transmitter connected, and on another TV with built-in bluetooth and had no noticeable lag on either. I returned them though because the maximum volume wasn't quite as loud as I would've liked personally. So you could try them.

I'm still looking myself for the right pair for the main purpose of watching TV. I'll probably have to spend more than I intended since I want ANC and aptX Low Latency.
The active noise cancelling is shockingly bad on mine, it literally does nothing. Passive noise cancelling is okay though because it fully envelops the ear. Well, almost. Depends on your ear size. Also very tight. If you wear glasses it will hurt.
Edited by: "yomanation" 4th Jun
I have what will be called the previous version of these, they look identical. I love them, the battery life is crazy good, I use them daily for calls and listening to stuff at work (don't sit with them on all day though) and only have to charge them every other week. The sound quality is surprising for the price (I paid £45 at the time) and noise cancellation well while decent I'd prefer it to block away the sound a bit better. I have tried colleague's £180 Bose set and noise cancelling wasn't massively different, so wasn't sure what he paid for... Bluetooth gets choppy when connecting to multiple devices (keeps saying "connected") - this says it can't do it, maybe they removed this feature.
Hi, promo code doesn't work anymore.
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