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TaoTronics BH040 Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear with 30 Hour Playtime @ £35.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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TaoTronics BH040 Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear with 30 Hour Playtime @ £35.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

£35.99£49.9928%Amazon Deals
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Refreshed 29th Aug 2018 (Posted 10th Aug 2018)
There is a code AUKROU7Mlisted on this page to bring the price down from £49.99 to £35.99.

This similar to a previous deal but that is the TT-BH22 model.
This model TT-BH040 has longer battery life, has metal build, includes an airplane adapter and is £1 cheaper.

Here's a thorough review that might help someone decide on them:
androidcentral.com/tao…iew
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other color option is £30 with delivery if you don't mind the slower dispatch time8987-EdsDq.jpg
Also these look quite decent for £10 more if you prefer - Here
Discount comes off when you selected the voucher in the drop down

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  • Active Noise Cancellation: ANC pairs with noise isolating ear pads for a quiet, immersive auditory experience when wearing your wireless headphones even in noisy environments
  • Rich CD-Like Audio: aptX provides uncompromised high quality sound when pairing the Bluetooth headset with compatible devices
  • Comfortable Wear: Bluetooth headphones feature super soft protein ear pads, adjustable headband, and swiveling ear cups to comfortably suit all head sizes and shapes
  • 22-Hour Playtime: Stream audio or chat away for nearly a day on a single charge; or connect the active noise cancelling headphones with the included audio cable when the battery's low
  • Outstanding Call Quality: Over ear Bluetooth headphones sport a cVc 6.0 Noise Cancelling mic, reducing vocal interference and background noise

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I have one, got it couple of months back for £5 more...only used it few times and sounds good, but not very impressed with the noise cancellation though
People saying that "noise cancelling" is not great for a 40 pound headphones... Check the market, the "great" ones are on >200 . What the hell you want at this price?
Bose QC 35 II. Don’t compromise
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Has anyone tried this? Would it be any good? Too good to be true...
I have one, got it couple of months back for £5 more...only used it few times and sounds good, but not very impressed with the noise cancellation though
deepu2510/08/2018 09:13

I have one, got it couple of months back for £5 more...only used it few …I have one, got it couple of months back for £5 more...only used it few times and sounds good, but not very impressed with the noise cancellation though


How is the battery life? Really considering to buy a pair myself
SudarshanaVinod2 m ago

How is the battery life? Really considering to buy a pair myself


Battery life is good...on a single charge it has lasted me over 20 hours ( haven't counted exact hours)
SudarshanaVinod41 m ago

Some comments on the lower model deal here suggesting they are …Some comments on the lower model deal here suggesting they are good:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/taotronics-wireless-bluetooth-noise-cancelling-headphones-3699-delivered-sold-by-sunvalleytek-uk-and-fulfilled-by-amazon-3006581


I got a pair of TT-BH22 a few months back (paid £32.99). I am not an audiophile but I find the sound very decent, although you might find that you need to use the jack instead of Bluetooth for a louder sound in a busy environment (I plug them in on a plane for example). The battery life is excellent, and the look and feel outstanding for this price. You will not be blown away by the noise cancelling, but it still does an OK job. Of course do not compare to Bose or Sony top of the range... which I have tried and was extremely impressed with. However for an average user like me these TT do an amazing job. BTW I cannot comment about these new TT-BH040...
I’ve used the BH-22 and the ANC isn’t very good. Sound quality is good and does justice to the price but then again you cannot compare it to Bose or Sony. You get what you pay for.
Another small review here comparing the two models (TT-BH22 v TT-BH040)
fastlifehacks.com/tao…40/
am i missing something different seller has them for £30 just need to wait a few days for dispatch


amazon.co.uk/dp/…h=1
kinderkid24 m ago

am i missing something different seller has them for £30 just need to wait …am i missing something different seller has them for £30 just need to wait a few days for dispatchhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07D58FTJ7?tag=22&th=1


Good spot.. It's the same seller but dispatched by themselves rather than Amazon.
shame i need them so soon i will just order at the £36 and use prime
People saying that "noise cancelling" is not great for a 40 pound headphones... Check the market, the "great" ones are on >200 . What the hell you want at this price?
Cheap(er) copy of Bose QuietComfort 35
Are these as good sound wise to the hyper x clouds?
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 10th Aug 2018
I bought one few months ago, the Bluetooth is gone
Brought one of these few months back when they were on similar offer.. sounds alright for the price but has lot of sound leakage even at 20-25% volume.. , noise cancellation is not good either.. I needed one for daily commute so needed something with good NC and no sound leakage (at least at lower levels sound ) hence not for me, but be aware, you get what you pay for..
I've owned a set of TT headphones and I was very happy with them. Not this model but close... I felt the noise cancellation worked well for the tube journeies. Thanks OP for sharing have some heat!
Bose QC 35 II. Don’t compromise
If I bought these do you reckon there would be a noticeable improvement over a pair of standard basic wired headphones? I’d only use them in long haul flights, and I’m not an audiophile in the slightest, I only want to be able to hear the dialogue on the inflight movies or an audiobooka bit better!
Dalkirst6 h, 21 m ago

amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B07C8GM4H1/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_2?smid=A397EL5XKG72NW&psc=1Use the discount code: MXXLV4X9


These look very tempting especially with that discount voucher. Has anyone got any srhythm headphones? I’ve not heard of them
kinderkid14 h, 41 m ago

am i missing something different seller has them for £30 just need to wait …am i missing something different seller has them for £30 just need to wait a few days for dispatchhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07D58FTJ7?tag=22&th=1


Seems to be unavailable now with this link, have to buy through original link via Amazon
Dalkirst11/08/2018 03:04

amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B07C8GM4H1/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_2?smid=A397EL5XKG72NW&psc=1Use the discount code: MXXLV4X9


= £29.48
bhaisab1 m ago

= £29.48


Items: £49.98
Postage & Packing: £0.00
Total before VAT: £49.98
VAT: £0.00
Total: £49.98
Promotion Applied: -£24.99
Order Total: £24.99
kinderkid15 h, 39 m ago

am i missing something different seller has them for £30 just need to wait …am i missing something different seller has them for £30 just need to wait a few days for dispatchhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07D58FTJ7?tag=22&th=1


That's a good spot, I don't think it was there when I posted the deal and it doesn't appear to be there anymore.
I need a headset for Steam Link. Can anybody confirm that this is compatible? How’s the mic performance?
jm10821 m ago

I need a headset for Steam Link. Can anybody confirm that this is …I need a headset for Steam Link. Can anybody confirm that this is compatible? How’s the mic performance?


I think it is better if you go with a dedicated gaming headset instead. Something like Logitech/Corsair
These are EXACTLY the same headphones as the Ausdom ANC8 and the Mixcder E7 on Amazon. Looks like a Chinese company makes loads of these and companies like TT, Ausdom & Mixcder just stick their badge on it.

I got these for approx £13 from Zapals a while back (unbranded)
Edited by: "poseidonxxx" 11th Aug 2018
plastic headband snaps after a few months. My Dad and my friend both bought a pair before Christmas 2017 and both broken by March.
At 43 reviews on Amazon, it’s a little close to the paid reviews margin. I’ll come back too it if the reviews stay positive going into the 100s
Dalkirst11th Aug

amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B07C8GM4H1/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_2?smid=A397EL5XKG72NW&psc=1Use the discount code: MXXLV4X9


just picked these up from amazon Locker - £25 via Prime - will feedback later when they are charged

EliTom
Mine arrived. I had some FSL Zero's which seem to have the same hardware in them. Sound is excellent, noise suppression is great. Impressed. I paid £35. And I can't lose the proprietary cable unlike my Zeros.
Dalkirst11/08/2018 03:04

amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B07C8GM4H1/ref=ox_sc_saved_image_2?smid=A397EL5XKG72NW&psc=1Use the discount code: MXXLV4X9


Went for a pair of these, have to say my girlfriend in more than happy with these. I did order them for myself but havent had chance to try them as she is currently listening and singing very loudly to Elvis. She has commented how comfy they are and still comfy after a couple of hours, and the noise reduction must work somewhat cos I am having to shout really loud to tell her to STFU :-)
TonySumo7 m ago

Went for a pair of these, have to say my girlfriend in more than happy …Went for a pair of these, have to say my girlfriend in more than happy with these. I did order them for myself but havent had chance to try them as she is currently listening and singing very loudly to Elvis. She has commented how comfy they are and still comfy after a couple of hours, and the noise reduction must work somewhat cos I am having to shout really loud to tell her to STFU :-)


yep got mine today - and the sound quality is really very good for the £25 price

Mids and trebles are really balanced, bright and clean. Bass is well defined and well controlled without being dulled down.
Noise reduction appears at first to be non functioning, but I think maybe it is actually working with real ambient noise levels as in a quiet room it is not even noticeable, however did a quick test in the car (not driving) and it does work. Not fantastic but there. Will see how they work in a plane in 2 weeks.

They are lightweight and comfy. And they fold down to a very compact size ( bit like Bose QC's ) so great for travelling.
So much better than the faulty 7dayshop aeros that they replaced
for the price - no brainer bargain

EliTom
Glad you liked them I would have posted them as a deal but it would have been refused
Dalkirst12/08/2018 18:46

Glad you liked them I would have posted them as a deal but it would have …Glad you liked them I would have posted them as a deal but it would have been refused


I tried to post the deal and it got pulled !!

EliTom
Arrived today

Look good, hopefully ANC can deal with airplane drone/noise
elitom12/08/2018 21:14

I tried to post the deal and it got pulled !!EliTom


How you finding them?
I've got so many headphones and earbuds I'm not sure whether to go for these.
Dalkirst2 h, 11 m ago

How you finding them?I've got so many headphones and earbuds I'm not sure …How you finding them?I've got so many headphones and earbuds I'm not sure whether to go for these.


see my comments above - so far so good - but need to fully test ANC next week on a plane / train

EliTom
I finally decided to take the Bluetooth headphone plunge and I plumped for the 24.99 Srhythm's (bizarre they don't have their own HUKD thread when they seem at least as good a deal as this TaoTronics).

Amazon and Argos are doing the Skullcandy Uproar at 24.99 too, but only in a rather garish white with red markings (the black version I'd want is 29.99), but I think the Srhythm is better spec'ed than the Skullcandy.
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