Amazon.com: Customer reviews: Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear, Bluedio T7 Turbine Custom Active Noise Canceling Headphone 57mm Driver Hi-Fi Stereo & 30Hrs Playtime, Wireless Headsets with Mic for PC/Cellphone/Travel/Work, Black
If you want Bose quality, you need to spend $200. So for what I paid for these, they are absolutely worth it, but don't think they are going to work as well as the best company in the field. I have my first flight in a few months so I'll update the review after I actually get to use them on a plane. One thing I love so far is that when I'm listening to music and take them off my ears to talk to someone, it pauses, then when I put them back on my head, it starts again. They come with a nice soft case to protect them, though I'll probably keep them in the box unless I'm using them more frequently.
Hi this is 15th day of using this headphone and I love it. I am a guy who love modern technology and tried to have it (if that come in my budget). Here I found a fantastic sound quality comfy headphone with all (for sure not all) smart features. This headphone ANC is really cool, use time is long enough, Sound is best (What most common human will like). This have BT 5 and USB C connection which is advance for this budget (37$) knock sensor to play/stop the music is cool, and head recognition for auto play and pause is very useful. To be fact to I ordered more expensive (upto 150$) headphone to compare with this one with hope that if 37$ can give this quality so putting some money will give much better, but truth is, I returned all of them. No one was able to beat this one in collective features. I showed to my several friends, and they also love it and few ordered to... So, overall good to have it.............
Despit of my poor experience first ever with this product, after of all they provided me an excellent customer service 👍👍👍 therefore, I decided to give them a 5 stars in good faith.
Not very impressed by it, especially with its major part of the build on the earcuff and housing, too much cheapy plastic on how it's made, not to mention about the bluetooth capability and connectivity are seemingly weak as testing out within the range, as far as comfortable rating , I would say 3 of 5 stars, probably only great thing on this headphone is its ANC feature.
I recently bought another pair of anc headphones under a small brand priced a bit higher than this and gave it away. This one I have kept for now. But I think these headphones are better sound wise and look better. It has relatively weak noise cancelling but it's sound was miles better. It's still not perfect, but with some tweaking it can sound much better. USB type c is a plus. The app for this is janky though and a burn in costs money. I wouldn't recommend using it. I mainly use Spotify with these headphones and use their built in eq.
Comes in very neatly packaged, outstanding with it's active noise cancelling function (controllable from the app, it's called Bluedio on Playstore), has USB type C charging and includes a USB c to 3.5 connector. They automatically play/pause when you take them off or put them on (only when connected via Bluetooth), has 2 modes of ANC (you can toggle which ever from the app), the buttons (play/pause, vol up/vol down) are located in the front side of the right earcup, meanwhile the switches (Bluetooth on/off, ANC on/off) are located in the back side of the right earcup. They are a very solid, probably aluminum frame, pair of headphones that are wearable for a few hours before bugging your ears (if you have a big head like mine). Overall, sound quality is pretty balanced, they are comfortable, have decent noise cancelling, and most importantly, they are very cheap.
I'm genuinely surprised at how much bang for my buck I got with these headphones. I'm most excited for my sister to try out the wired mode, because she sometimes (all the time) forgets to charge her devices. The build quality is fantastic, doesn't feel cheap at all. The sound quality... that is in a universe of its own. Naturally I had to "test" these before I gift them, and I ended up listening to music for 4 hours. I'm excited because I know that my sister will be excited.
My 18 year old son uses this and loves it. When he calls me on it, I can’t tell he is using this headset! He uses this at the gym and loves that when he takes it off, even just one ear, it stops the music. He also likes that he can turn on or off the ANC depending on whether he is working out with his friends or wants to “be in the zone”. The noise cancelling function works so well that I tell him he is not allowed to use it when running in the neighborhood. He cannot believe that these work so well for the price and all his friends will be buying some too!
Good Active Noise Cancelling headphones and lightweight. The unit are compact sturdy and soft. Made of combination of hard plastic and metal and looks durable. It sounds really good and have good depth of sound. Sound quality is superb for less than $50! The connection distance for Bluetooth it depends on the area but around i think 100ft open area. I would rate the overall sound of this headphones for bass, mid, voice/low at 8.5/10.
Sure I cannot compare this with any other top end brand they are selling over $200+, but that wouldn't be fair even if I could. I used them last couple days at work, in the gym and at home without any issue and in a good range. I was able to pair it with my Note 8 and MacBook Pro very easily and connection is strong. I was able to go to our break room at work from my cubicle and still hearing the music well. Sometimes the office could be ver noisy and was able to test the ANC; it was cancelling good amount of noise, so I was able to focus on my work without hearing other people in the office since we work in open cubicle space. I used it at home with my MacBook Pro to watch movie sometimes and love the deep bass on action scenes! It came with a good packaging with extra USB-C to 3.5mm cable as well as USB-C charging cable which is pretty much industry standard now and I can use my phone charging cable at work without carrying the extra cable around. I wear them at the gym and walking around away from my phone around 15 to 20 feet and no issues. I was almost 50ft away from my phone at the office and still connection was good. Bass level is on high side, drivers are big but lose a bit when I turn on the ANC. The control button locations were a bit awkward in the beginning comparing my AKG headphones, but then I got used to them and they are fine now. I can easily say the sound level and quality is better than my $80 AKG and covering my ears much better to cancel the noises around. Even wearing them couple hours I didn't feel uncomfortable since their cushion is well done! Overall build quality looks awesome with big metal drivers, deep bass sound and comfortable overhead band. To be honest I didn't like the voice commands and notifications coming from the headphone such as "it is pairing" or "voice volume is too high" etc., but I can live with it :). I can say for $50 range, go for it! You won't be disappointed.