TaoTronics Bluetooth Over-ear TT-BH22 headphones (Amazon - lightning deal) £47.99
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TaoTronics Bluetooth Over-ear TT-BH22 headphones (Amazon - lightning deal) £47.99

£47.99£59.99 20% Amazon Deals
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Found 7th Dec
Lowest price it's been for the TaoTronics Bluetooth Over-ear TT-BH22 Headphones, regular price £59.99. Deal expires at 2017/12/7, 21:35 GMT.

Extract from Amazon:
  • A Personal Oasis of Quiet: Enjoy your music with minimal, or no distraction, when you turn on the active noise cancellation (ANC) switch
  • Adjustable Fit, Maximum Comfort: With 90o swiveling ear cups, super soft protein ear pads, and ergonomic headband, the materials used ensure minimum weight and maximum comfort for long term wear
  • Long-Lasting Music Playback: With a generous battery life of up to 25 hours, you can enjoy beautiful music longer or plug in the included audio cable when the battery is low
  • • Feel the Beat: Expect aggressive bass with balanced mid-levels and bright highs with our dual large-aperture 40 mm drivers
  • Hassle-Free Clear Calls: Built-in cVc 6.0 noise-cancelling microphone for clearer call quality, even in a loud environment

Does anyone have these headphones, are they warm sounding? I'm poking around everyday for some good warm, bassy & rich detailed headphones and I'd like to know if these fit that description.

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(Probably talking to myself here) Can some of those who voted cold provide recommendations or alternative pair of headphones at the £50-80 price range?
Or perhaps people just don't know the manufacturer so they vote cold.

Indeed, audio quality is highly subjective, but I'm after warm, bassy, clear mids sounding headphones.

I've tested the Beats EP which have the right amount of bass for me, but the mids, although clear can be aggressive and distorting sometimes for my likes.
I also quite liked the AKG K518, which was warm sounding, and was £19 at Richer Sounds, but is very uncomfortable to wear.
I also tried the Sony MDR-XB450, which was good on the mids, was extremely strong on the bass for my likes.

My usual genre of music is pop/dance-pop, hip-hop, R&B.

Suggestions welcomed (please).

I've not voted cold, but I got a pair of Trond Headphones the other day.
Search Amazon for B075VLWPXF

I'm no paedo audiophile, but they sound good to me.
I know a DJ in NYC and they love 'em.

I also have some Sony MDR-1000X's which are more balanced.

Kei112 h, 58 m ago

(Probably talking to myself here) Can some of those who voted cold provide …(Probably talking to myself here) Can some of those who voted cold provide recommendations or alternative pair of headphones at the £50-80 price range?Or perhaps people just don't know the manufacturer so they vote cold.Indeed, audio quality is highly subjective, but I'm after warm, bassy, clear mids sounding headphones.I've tested the Beats EP which have the right amount of bass for me, but the mids, although clear can be aggressive and distorting sometimes for my likes.I also quite liked the AKG K518, which was warm sounding, and was £19 at Richer Sounds, but is very uncomfortable to wear.I also tried the Sony MDR-XB450, which was good on the mids, was extremely strong on the bass for my likes.My usual genre of music is pop/dance-pop, hip-hop, R&B.Suggestions welcomed (please).



My daughter's got Audio Technica ATH-SR5BT, which are around £140 on Amazon,but she got a mint condition pair on CEX for £85. She wears them all day at work, and says they're brilliant, though no noise reduction, and way better than the Beats she had before. Good luck in your search )
She tried masses before she found a pair that fitted the bill, so would recommend going John Lewis or HMV if you can to try out some, and ones she'd shortlisted before trying were rejected.
Edited by: "violetd" 8th Dec
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