TaoTronics Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones £41.99 (plus more in OP) -  Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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TaoTronics Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones £41.99 (plus more in OP) - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

£41.99£59.9930%Amazon Deals
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Refreshed 28th May (Posted 11th May)
Noticed these were back on offer, and thought they are a decent price for noise cancellation and wireless headphones. Members who picked them up last time seem to be happy with them, and they look like they could be useful for travel, or at home.

As always, be sure to click the promotional message on the page, and redeem voucher before adding to basket, otherwise use code 'LCOAGIM6' at checkout

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A Personal Oasis of Quiet
Whether you're commuting, on a lengthy flight, or trying to concentrate in the office, TaoTronics noise-cancelling headphones can be a godsend. You will feel it at the flip of a switch on your headset-noise fades, and your music soars, no matter on a wired or wireless mode.

Adjustable Fit, Maximum Comfort
TaoTronics Bluetooth headphones stay comfortable, no matter how long your journey is. They are lightweight and comfy, with 90° swiveling ear cups and an adjustable headband that conforms to your head shape to give you a seamless fit. Soft leatherette ear cushions envelop your ears in extended and luxurious comfort, you might forget you're wearing the headphones.

Long-Lasting Music Playback
Get up to 25 hours of wireless music over Bluetooth technology, giving you more than enough time to pour through your entire playlist. If your TaoTronics Earphones finally run out of battery, the solution is simple - just attach the audio cord to keep enjoying your music.

Feel the Beat
Expect aggressive bass with balanced mid-levels and bright highs. The TaoTronics ANC 40 mm large-aperture drivers are tuned for high performance audio so compelling that you'll listen for hours.

Hassle-Free Clear Calls
Enjoy clear hands-free calls with the built-in mic. Integrated cVc 6.0 noise cancelling technology filters ambient noise to enhance the quality of your music and phone calls, thus allowing you to have a quiet hands-free experience even in a loud environment.

What's In The Box:
1 x TaoTronics Over-Ear Bluetooth Headphones (Model: TT-BH22)
1 x Carrying Case
1 x 3.5mm AUX Cable
1 x USB to Micro USB Cable
1 x User Guide




Bluetooth Headphones, TaoTronics Wireless Headset, Adjustable Bluetooth Headphones with CVC 6.0 Noise Isolating, Foldable Earphones with On-Ear Controls £19.99 for both Prime and Non Prime (redeem on page promotion)


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  • Comfortable Fit for All Head Shapes: Treat your ears to pillowy, fully customizable comfort with memory foam ear pads, adjustable headband, and swiveling ear cups
  • 25 Hours in Just 2: Enjoy up to 25 hours of wireless music playback or a 3 month standby time after 2 hours of charging; connect via the included 3.5 mm cable when the battery finally runs out
  • Supreme Auditory Experience: Stable CSR chip and two 40 mm large-aperture drivers make for unprecedented audio; acoustic seal cushions block outer noise for a more immersive reproduction
  • CVC 6.0 Noise Cancelling Microphone: Reduces environmental noise and background disturbance for crisp, clear phone call quality even in noisy, crowded environments
  • On-Ear Control Buttons: Adjust the volume, change the track, and play and pause the music via the headphones; foldable design makes it easier to fit in the included case for carrying and storage
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Received today. First off, are they worth the forty quid?
Well, unsurprisingly they're no competition for the Bose QC35ii's (my son has a set), but then these things aren't £300+. They do look similar to the Bose in style but that's as far as the comparisons stretch. However, I have to remind myself that this is a budget set of headphones and I'm as tight as a drum when it comes to buying for myself. Some first impressions:

Noise cancellation is OK, not brilliant. You HAVE TO have it switched on though as the sound is muted without it. They are very light and fit is very comfortable. A little warm on ears for me but I'm used to ear buds so that's probably just me not being used to over-ear headphones. The sound... again, it's OK. There's nothing here that's going to make to shout out in awe. Again though... for forty quid, it ain't bad at all.

I'll do a side-by-side sound comparison with the Bose later and let you know my thoughts.

By the way, anyone else noticed that the case has a bit of a smell? I think it's the internal neoprene cover off-gassing, it's not pleasant, hopefully that'll fade. Will leave it in the garage for a few days... if it doesn't fade, the heat in there will cook it out!

EDIT: side-by-side completed. The Bose are so comfortable, I mean, they just mould to you, sooo nice. Sound-wise, yeah, again, there's no real comparison in terms of the Noise Cancellation or the sound reproduction. That said, the Tao's are comfortable and they are light, you could easily wear these for a good few hours without any fatigue. And that sound... you know, they're not half bad actually.

Going back to my original question: Are they worth the forty quid? The answer is yes they are. I don't think you'll be disappointed if you get them at this price.

Hope that helps some.
Edited by: "Blasphemous" 14th May
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Would these work as a gaming headset for PS4 allowing game chat and audio sound?
Got them for about £35 a couple of weeks back. Happy with them.
Tiptop pair of excellent all round BT headphones with all the bells and whistles of the big brands, but at a fraction of the price, these look ((and feel!)) very, very similar to the bose QC range and would not surprise me if the battery life if better!
Edited by: "bitcoin5" 11th May
says £59.99. What am I missing?
Deal_guy2 h, 59 m ago

says £59.99. What am I missing?


Scroll down to the promo thingy and select the discount offer
Guarantee these will be utter crap
adamwilko0076 m ago

Guarantee these will be utter crap


Nope
MCshoppin11th May

Got them for about £35 a couple of weeks back. Happy with them.


Same here. Except I cannot get them to Sync with my Amazon Fire HD for love nor money... strange.
essjay_2218 m ago

Nope



You will put the noise cancelling on and wondering if it is working

Hduk staff just peddle this crap
Edited by: "adamwilko007" 13th May
adamwilko00716 m ago

You will put the noise cancelling on and wondering if it is workingHduk …You will put the noise cancelling on and wondering if it is workingHduk staff just peddle this crap


I have two pairs. I put the noise cancelling on and I hear less noise.
adamwilko00729 m ago

You will put the noise cancelling on and wondering if it is workingHduk …You will put the noise cancelling on and wondering if it is workingHduk staff just peddle this crap


Is this based on having tried the product yourself or just speculation/ assumption? Because I've gotta say that review bitcoin5 provided feels far more informative than your comments.
adamwilko0073 h, 24 m ago

You will put the noise cancelling on and wondering if it is workingHduk …You will put the noise cancelling on and wondering if it is workingHduk staff just peddle this crap


Okay, I found the noise cancelling to be perfectly reasonable on these headphones. Sound quality on the other hand left a lot to be desired. I took them on a business trip on the train and ended up having to buy another pair of headphones for on the way back.
Ordered after watching multiple youtube reviewers commend these.

I have a pair of >> TaoTronics Bluetooth in-ear phones << and they're fine (they won't win any audiophile competitions), but wanted some over-ear for the comfort factor. I'll post a review once I have the TT-BH22 set.
Want to get these but want to wait until in the £30's again!
ashchet11th May

Would these work as a gaming headset for PS4 allowing game chat and audio …Would these work as a gaming headset for PS4 allowing game chat and audio sound?


Probably not...I have a set of similar Betron ones and they won't pair.....I even have Sony bluetooth headphones that won't connect to the ps4.
Zek27 m ago

Want to get these but want to wait until in the £30's again!


They were never in their 30s?
Zek1 h, 30 m ago

Want to get these but want to wait until in the £30's again!


I don't think that's going to happen, nor has it happened.

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Edited by: "Blasphemous" 13th May
Have these at the minute and they are very good for the price, great bass and they feel very comfortable. Noise cancellation also tested and it works.
Do these work with wired mic with a cable with inline mic for phone calls?
MCshoppin11th May

Got them for about £35 a couple of weeks back. Happy with them.


Where from?
Blasphemous10 h, 57 m ago

I don't think that's going to happen, nor has it happened.[Image]


My recent Amazon order history would say otherwise
essjay_2212 h, 57 m ago

My recent Amazon order history would say otherwise


Pic?
D3ATHST3P26 m ago

Pic?


Zek has linked to that deal above
Received today. First off, are they worth the forty quid?
Well, unsurprisingly they're no competition for the Bose QC35ii's (my son has a set), but then these things aren't £300+. They do look similar to the Bose in style but that's as far as the comparisons stretch. However, I have to remind myself that this is a budget set of headphones and I'm as tight as a drum when it comes to buying for myself. Some first impressions:

Noise cancellation is OK, not brilliant. You HAVE TO have it switched on though as the sound is muted without it. They are very light and fit is very comfortable. A little warm on ears for me but I'm used to ear buds so that's probably just me not being used to over-ear headphones. The sound... again, it's OK. There's nothing here that's going to make to shout out in awe. Again though... for forty quid, it ain't bad at all.

I'll do a side-by-side sound comparison with the Bose later and let you know my thoughts.

By the way, anyone else noticed that the case has a bit of a smell? I think it's the internal neoprene cover off-gassing, it's not pleasant, hopefully that'll fade. Will leave it in the garage for a few days... if it doesn't fade, the heat in there will cook it out!

EDIT: side-by-side completed. The Bose are so comfortable, I mean, they just mould to you, sooo nice. Sound-wise, yeah, again, there's no real comparison in terms of the Noise Cancellation or the sound reproduction. That said, the Tao's are comfortable and they are light, you could easily wear these for a good few hours without any fatigue. And that sound... you know, they're not half bad actually.

Going back to my original question: Are they worth the forty quid? The answer is yes they are. I don't think you'll be disappointed if you get them at this price.

Hope that helps some.
Edited by: "Blasphemous" 14th May
Blasphemous1 h, 59 m ago

Received today. First off, are they worth the forty quid?Well, …Received today. First off, are they worth the forty quid?Well, unsurprisingly they're no competition for the Bose QC35ii's (my son has a set), but then these things aren't £300+. They do look similar to the Bose in style but that's as far as the comparisons stretch. However, I have to remind myself that this is a budget set of headphones and I'm as tight as a drum when it comes to buying for myself. Some first impressions:Noise cancellation is OK, not brilliant. You HAVE TO have it switched on though as the sound is muted without it. They are very light and fit is very comfortable. A little warm on ears for me but I'm used to ear buds so that's probably just me not being used to over-ear headphones. The sound... again, it's OK. There's nothing here that's going to make to shout out in awe. Again though... for forty quid, it ain't bad at all.I'll do a side-by-side sound comparison with the Bose later and let you know my thoughts.By the way, anyone else noticed that the case has a bit of a smell? I think it's the internal neoprene cover off-gassing, it's not pleasant, hopefully that'll fade. Will leave it in the garage for a few days... if it doesn't fade, the heat in there will cook it out! EDIT: side-by-side completed. The Bose are so comfortable, I mean, they just mould to you, sooo nice. Sound-wise, yeah, again, there's no real comparison in terms of the Noise Cancellation or the sound reproduction. That said, the Tao's are comfortable and they are light, you could easily wear these for a good few hours without any fatigue. And that sound... you know, they're not half bad actually.Going back to my original question: Are they worth the forty quid? The answer is yes they are. I don't think you'll be disappointed if you get them at this price.Hope that helps some.


Are they worth £60? That’s the real question here
D3ATHST3P3 m ago

Are they worth £60? That’s the real question here


Yeah £60 wouldn't phase me but at this offer price of £42 even better!
Hmmm, that smell is still there and is coming from the headphones too.
D3ATHST3P13th May

Where from?

You could get them on Amazon for £32.99, but they were on a separate listing with little information and someone posted the deal here confirming they got this model. I went for it as well and these were exactly what I got. I suspect it was a mistake that only lasted about a day, so it's unlikely they will be that price again anytime soon, unless new stock comes up on that listing.

I can't compare to other NC headphones, but I'd say the NC is only ok, as it reduces some of the noise, but I can still hear more than what I'd expect. Sound quality is good for the price, but only if you have NC on, otherwise they're too quiet, but more importantly to some people is that they leak quite a bit of sound, so you can't have them on too high if you don't want to bother people next to you. They connect easily and don't seem to drop out and the battery is great so far.

Overall I'm happy with them, especially for the price I paid. Even at £42 they seem a good option.
BenLoco1 h, 17 m ago

You could get them on Amazon for £32.99, but they were on a separate …You could get them on Amazon for £32.99, but they were on a separate listing with little information and someone posted the deal here confirming they got this model. I went for it as well and these were exactly what I got. I suspect it was a mistake that only lasted about a day, so it's unlikely they will be that price again anytime soon, unless new stock comes up on that listing.I can't compare to other NC headphones, but I'd say the NC is only ok, as it reduces some of the noise, but I can still hear more than what I'd expect. Sound quality is good for the price, but only if you have NC on, otherwise they're too quiet, but more importantly to some people is that they leak quite a bit of sound, so you can't have them on too high if you don't want to bother people next to you. They connect easily and don't seem to drop out and the battery is great so far.Overall I'm happy with them, especially for the price I paid. Even at £42 they seem a good option.


Do/Did yours give off a chemical smell BenLoco?
Blasphemous14 h, 57 m ago

Do/Did yours give off a chemical smell BenLoco?

Nothing that bothered me. Try contacting the seller if the smell persists, they have a reputation for good costumer service.
D3ATHST3P13th May

Where from?


33815527-2OOpY.jpgAmazon. £32.99. No longer available at that price though.

Still worth £40.
D3ATHST3P14th May

Pic?


Just posted mine. Checked an no longer showing as available. I think price glitch because same supplier also had them at £59.99 at the time.

Would still recommend them at 40 quid.
Listening to these right now. Very very good headphones for the price. Easily match Bose QC35 for sound quality althought obviously the Bose excel at noise cancellation which I have not tested.
Shocked at the sound quality of these for £40!!! Quite bright sound, good bass (not controlled and a bit loose relaxed but bass is there). Yes these wont compete with say B&W PX or Sony MDR-Z7 but theae aren't suppose to. However, excellent value for money with good sound. I would rather get these than Bose QC35 which I have had if noise cancellation didnt come into the equation.
Zek13th May

Want to get these but want to wait until in the £30's again!

Showing one in stock at £32.99 on the listing I ordered from. Good luck
BenLoco35 m ago

Showing one in stock at £32.99 on the listing I ordered from. Good luck


Someone needs to grab them! (I already ordered at the £40 price)
Blasphemous6 m ago

Someone needs to grab them! (I already ordered at the £40 price)


Grabbed, many thanks
Zombied16 m ago

Grabbed, many thanks

Well done, I hope you like them
BenLoco10 m ago

Well done, I hope you like them


Good find, thanks BenLoco
I have a pair of these and for the price they are excellent. Would highly recommend
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