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These incredible rechargeable wireless headphones are great for listening to your music whilst on the move. Pair via Bluetooth with your smart device and control your media with the MP3 function control keys on the edge of the earcup. Alternatively play MP3 or WAV media files from a micro SD card using the slot in the side of the earcup. In-built is an FM radio and a microphone allowing hands free calls. These headphones offer a fantastic listening experience with dynamic bass technology. The noise cancelling feature blocks out background noise making them perfect for use on public transport. Lightweight and comfortable, you can relax into your music, and when you are done, fold them away and store in the carry case.
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A little tight for my big head, curve is tight even when extended. Loud and quite clear sound, cuts outside noise well.
These are an excellent piece of kit. Although I haven't used them with a card, they are great for personal listening to your Bluetooth MP3 music and radio stations. Very pleased with this purchase.
These headphones are not noise cancelling. They mention it in their spec but if there is any noise cancelation tech in them it's either switched off or has no noticeable effect (the pads of the headphones probably knock out more ambient noise). Generally, they're OK cheap on ear headphones, a bit too big (probably from the extra circuitry for the mostly useless stuff like FM radio and MP3 player) but they paired up ok, so it'll be interesting to see how they do long term.
These are great! Battery life is decent, the controls are easy to use, sound quality is good and they’re portable, so great for stashing away for commuting/travelling. The FM radio isn’t great, but as I use these for Bluetooth pairing with my phone, it’s not a feature I can imagine using.
The device no longer gives out a tone when it powers off. At the moment its neither functioning nor connecting to my phone device. Any suggestions on how to rectify this?
First off, these are great value! For over-ear cans they’re exceptionally light and portable, a real plus for travelling. I found the sound quality great and the EQ function is handy albeit a little hit and miss depending on the type of track. The Bluetooth connection stayed constant through layers of rucksack, and I didn’t notice any lag. I’m in no way an audiophile, so the more astute ear could bring more criticisms I guess, but for easy to use, portable, comfy BT cans these deliver way more than the price tag suggests!
Bought these so I could listen to training videos at work and not bother anyone. Very impressed with them. Also very handy as they double as handsfree phone. I can go all around the office listening to my music and the boss thinks I'm listening to training videos/instructions and answering calls. Also linked to my Alexa app at home? It says "line of sight" for the blue tooth? But I go from room to room with no loss of quality. Very lightweight too. Some of these headphones can be quite bulky. Not these. Playback time varies. I've had up to six hours on one charge. But normally 4-5 is common. Only complaint I have is once the charge starts to go,you get an annoying bint telling you that they need charged. For the price they are pretty Damm good. Sound quality is good too. No B&O or Bose standard. But better than the Beats. And a fraction of the price too!!!!
Although these headphones aren't to bad, they should not be sold as noise cancelling headphones. They pair easily via Bluetooth to any Bluetooth device, the sound is exceptable. All in all they are nothing to write home about. Spend alittle more at get some better ones.
Goo sound quality. Volume down button doesn't always work. Radio is not easy to tune. Buttons basically too small & fiddly. Bluetooth works though.