TaoTronics Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones £41.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
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TaoTronics Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones £41.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 13th Feb
Thought these were worth a blast at this price. I've got a few sets of headphones but nothing wireless that's noise cancelling, as of yet... I'm after something I can use alongside my Mixed reality headset, really. Considering the cables that are already there, these could do the trick to stop me getting even more tangled up. (Which I am AWESOME at)

Also noise cancelling might help with the missis shouting at me for knocking things over while in VR ) I spent 2 hours in the lobby on Rec Room, throwing darts at people and batting anything I could get my virtual hands on, towards a basketball net! FYI None of those items went in the net (I know, cool story)

Anyways, these are now on my shortlist. £41.99 seems fair enough to me.
As per, discount can be had under the promo drop down or use code UBICVDUD

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  • 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
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Got a pair on a previous deal,well worth the money,good battery life,decent noise cancelling,good for commuting.
Been thinking about a set of these or the following set which have aptx and are a little cheaper....

amazon.co.uk/dp/…RFY
Gonna give these a go for £40.

EDIT: However a lot of the reviews look pretty suspect.
Edited by: "TonyLeMesmer" 13th Feb
TonyLeMesmer8 h, 50 m ago

Gonna give these a go for £40.EDIT: However a lot of the reviews look …Gonna give these a go for £40.EDIT: However a lot of the reviews look pretty suspect.


I got these a couple months back at £60. Very happy with them. Brilliant sound but could maybe do with a bit more bass. Love the noise cancelling (though never tried noise cancelling before to compare).
Anybody know how the call quality on these is? Can a cable with inline mic be used with them for calls?
Fake reviews galore. They sent me free samples to review, which Ingladly did and then rated at 1 star because and their rubbish quality sound and bluetooth connection range is horrendous.
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minsx39 m ago

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I have wired Sony and Marshall headphones I paid around £50/£60 each and these sound much better. For this price, these are great.
Got these at christmas.
I'm not a massive audiophile, but wanted decent sound from bluetooth headphones with a good battery, and these ticked all the boxes. listening on them now.
eonise12 h, 22 m ago

Been thinking about a set of these or the following set which have aptx …Been thinking about a set of these or the following set which have aptx and are a little cheaper....https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00R7KDSZ0/ref=psdc_310193011_t1_B00AXVURFY


Bought 2 pairs for my wife and I. One had a problem and was replaced without fuss.

We have been using these for about a year now and they are great. 7dayshop is excellent for their after sales service.

They have so recently release a newer version of these headphones on their website which are supposed to be even better. Trying to think of an excuse to replace my current one.
I have a pair of taotronics ANC in-ear phones and they are better than I expected tbh. the noise cancelling is on par with my old pair of Bose QC15s.
I have these and I think they're great for the money. Never had any problems with range. I use them in the office and noise cancelling is great when I need to concentrate. Excellent without any music as well. Surprised to see negativity towards them on here. Happy with my purchase.
connorhey3 m ago

Surprised to see negativity towards them on here.


Two negative comments out of 12 so far... Not a massive amount, and to be fair to the negative comments they're right, the reviews do look VERY suspect.
Aquacadabra5 h, 6 m ago

Fake reviews galore. They sent me free samples to review, which Ingladly …Fake reviews galore. They sent me free samples to review, which Ingladly did and then rated at 1 star because and their rubbish quality sound and bluetooth connection range is horrendous.


May i ask how you get item sent to you to review?
Is there a certain website?
Only ever seen Chinese people wear these so must be big over there in China.
I had these and sent them back. Sound quality significantly worse than my £30 Philips, and actually worse than TaoTronics bluetooth in ear earphones. Almost no bass and volume really quiet - I found myself downloading and app to boost it and I don't even like it particularly loud. Noise cancelling is obviously not great at this price range but does make a noticeable difference.

Theres a reason why there are pretty much no other bluetooth ANC headphones in this price range.
Edited by: "Jasard" 14th Feb
Genuine question, how do these compare to the Sony 1000XM2? I have the Sony headphones but wouldn't mind a cheaper set to give to family members or use outside when I get paranoid about my Sony getting damaged or stolen.
Edited by: "shutupman" 14th Feb
I ordered a pair. Needed some cheap ones for my travelling (once/twice a month on long haul flights) but never bothered trying to find any, so thanks!
I review these free they are good headset
Aquacadabra8 h, 7 m ago

Fake reviews galore. They sent me free samples to review, which Ingladly …Fake reviews galore. They sent me free samples to review, which Ingladly did and then rated at 1 star because and their rubbish quality sound and bluetooth connection range is horrendous.


How do you manage to get free stuff to review?
I have been through A LOT of Bluetooth headphones in a quest to find the right ones for me and this was what I settled on- these are really very good and compare to far more expensive models. Super comfortable and light-weight. The sound quality is very good with solid bass you can actually feel and they come with a nice hard-shell case.

Can't comment on the Noise Cancelling as it tends to make me feel very ill in other brands, and some of the plastic parts feel a bit cheap, but the bit than matters, the ear pads, are lovely.

Absolutely worth £42, I paid £60 and was very happy.
shutupman2 h, 58 m ago

Genuine question, how do these compare to the Sony 1000XM2? I have the …Genuine question, how do these compare to the Sony 1000XM2? I have the Sony headphones but wouldn't mind a cheaper set to give to family members or use outside when I get paranoid about my Sony getting damaged or stolen.


General build quality of the Sonys is on another level, the Noise Cancelling is also way better. Everything else is comparable, including sound quality, although I was never convinced the Sonys were THAT great sounding, certainly when compared to a set of Meze Classics. Considering the price difference, these more than hold their own in that battle.
I just bought one. Looking for noise cancelling headphones. Really don't want to spent fortune with boss or Sony. Fingers crossed. Hope I won't send it back after few days try. Thanks OP.
Also, I'm certain the Taotronics products are flooded with fake reviews - I was extremely wary of buying some. Now I have two pairs, some buds and these over-ear things that are my main travelling headphones, replacing way more expensive wired Sony ones as my go-to. They don't need the fake reviews, the quality of their headphones is fantastic.
The problem with sites like Fakespot is that they show no real evidence to determine that their so called engine has any integrity, so it is as likely to be as fake as the reviews they claim to analyse.
Are these on ear or over ear?
Also at this price are Bluetooth or wired better quality? I do not mind having wired.
reddit1 h, 45 m ago

The problem with sites like Fakespot is that they show no real evidence to …The problem with sites like Fakespot is that they show no real evidence to determine that their so called engine has any integrity, so it is as likely to be as fake as the reviews they claim to analyse.


Yup, their algorithm could be flawed if they base it on simple metrics like number of reviews and date of account registration to review date.
legend4744 h, 12 m ago

How do you manage to get free stuff to review?


I ordered a pair of £12 headphones. A month later they stopped working. Complained on amazon. Next day they offered the same pair and sent to me. I got them and said not good enough so they sent me a £25 set and then hassled me for a 5 star review on both pairs.
How do I get the discount pls. They r £60 for me through the link and app. Thank You in advance.
Sunvalleytek-UK have great customer services. Just for anyone sat on the fence.
Fakespot engine cannot be trusted. If you try it on some legit well known brand products it still shows that there are fake reviews sometimes. I know I tried it on a Jack Daniels gift set once and it came up all fake. But TaoTronics products ar full of fake reviews for sure. Most amazon earphones/headphones from chinese unknown brands will have fake reviews. Does not mean they are bad though
Where do I start with Tao Tronics? I am a prolific Amazon reviewer, as I am part of the Vine programme. My contact details are sold to Chinese companies who contact me to do reviews. Before the changes to Amazon reviews, which forbid incentivised reviews, I used to accept many different items a week to review. I was one of the few who gave real reviews and if the item was rubbish I would say so. Tao Tronics sent me many items in one go to test. Every single one of them was of poor quality and I left anywhere between 1 and 3 star reviews. Their liaison employee went mad, demanded I adjust them all to 5 star, pointed out I had obtained them for free and threatened me if I did not do something. Needless to say I did nothing and left the reviews. All Tao Tronics did, was to close down the listings and put the item on a new listing, when it gained too many negative reviews. The new listing then all of a sudden gained multiple 5 star reviews, all written in terrible English. Personally, I would not trust any item from Tao Tronics. I would not trust the reviews and I would not spend a single penny on any item.
Mine arrived today. Pretty good solid build. The only bad thing in the build quality is the buttons are using a cheaper plastic than the rest of the set, but who cares. They have a nice hard case and seem really solid with metal on the extenders (or w/e they are called). The cushions are brilliant, soft and the leather feels great.

In terms of noise cancelling I prefer these to Bose.The Bose noise cancelling makes me dizzy (my colleagues have them and I've tried them on). The noise cancelling on this pair is more comfortable for me (but we all know that this is subjective and different to every person).

Could do with just little more bass as someone else mentioned above, but it is there and you can feel it. This is also VERY subjective! Personally I like the amount of bass there.

My colleagues are well impressed for the price

I'll keep them on all day in the office now and see if my head hurts
Banned
A little more adjustment of the headband to sit the phones further down my ears normally sorts this.
The colour is a very sleek and modern black and blue accents which are carried over throughout the headphones
Got myself a pair. Looks good. Thanks for sharing!
Got these for commuting but no way will I use them on a plane or train as they leak out so much noise. Everyone around will be annoyed listening to every word sung, they will easily tell what I am listening to. Otherwise they are OK. Think I will look to send them back. Shame
Sumpong20 m ago

Got these for commuting but no way will I use them on a plane or train as …Got these for commuting but no way will I use them on a plane or train as they leak out so much noise. Everyone around will be annoyed listening to every word sung, they will easily tell what I am listening to. Otherwise they are OK. Think I will look to send them back. Shame


So does that mean that you need to pay much more for noise cancelling headphones that dont leak sound?
Been testing these at the weekend and I am very pleased. Yeah there is some noise leaking but the build quality is good where it counts. The weight and comfort are very good, the noise cancelling is far better than my first dip into NC headphones with my Sony MDR-ZX110NA which have "headache NC" and are not comfortable. Everything paired with these with no problem Phone, Tablet, PC. For £41 very good value and I registered for extended warranty 18 months so any problems and back they go. Heat!
Just tried the headphone in my office. Really impressed with noise cancelling. Mainly bought this one for trying out noise cancelling and the headphone also really comfortable to wear. Thanks OP.
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