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
I chose headphones for a long time in this price range, because I really appreciate the sound quality, I like clear sound, good bass that does not interrupt other frequencies and I can tell you that these headphones fulfilled all my requests. I did not think that headphones for such a price can be so high-quality, high-quality assembly, high-quality materials, excellent sound, I am delighted, an excellent offer!
I purchased this headphones to wear while I work, I work from home and my house is very noisy because it’s summer and the kids are home. They are easy to connect to my phone and are comfortable. They also have great range, I forgot I was wearing them and walked away from my phone without any connection issues. I’ve never had wireless headphones but the sound quality seems great on this, it’s very clear.
These work great for my husband, he can be on his computer while I'm watching TV. The noise canceling works great because I have to yell to get his attention now. He has been using these everyday and they are holding up great! You really cant beat these for the price, the quality is much higher than the price. I would most definitely recommend these!
Needed an Active noise canceling headphone without breaking the bank and stumbled upon this. This is a great option because its relatively cheap has great sound quality, easy to use bottoms and good design. The case was underwhelming but satisfied with the headphone. Touch control to play, pause and answer phone is awesome.
** 1st UPDATE AT BOTTOM ** ** 2nd UPDATE AFTER THIRD UPDATE**
** 3rd update** It stopped charging (see 2nd update). I contacted support, and they asked me to try the original cable. I did, and it worked [rating upped from 1 to 3 stars]. This means I need to carry the one cable that works to charge my headphones? Why does it not work with the other cables that charge my other USB-C devices? bummer! ** 3rd update ends **
** 2nd update ** I've had it almost three months to the day, and it has stopped charging. Yep, it is a paperweight. I've contacted Bluedio, I will certainly post here what the results of that are. [rating dropped from 4 to 1 star] ** 2nd UPDATE ENDS **
Got it last night. Wore it at the desk all day today.
Pro's No problems pairing with my PC, mobile phone, and Cisco desk phone. No complaints from other parties that they were not able to hear me. Reasonably comfortable, but certainly not Bose-level comfort. Music sounded great, but I am not an audiophile. ANC was able to reduce the noise from co-workers, but not get rid of it entirely
Con's PLEASE release a firmware update with a native speaker for whatever language the "assistant" is speaking. Or just beeps - I really find the heavy accent jarring. Power & ANC buttons have fine placement, but the buttons themselves often require me to catch a fingernail to get them to move side-to-side Media control buttons (+/- & play/pause) are awkwardly placed on the top front of the right ear assembly. The actuation is fine, but either a head-turn to the left or an elbow out to the right (or both) is required to get my fingers on them without any unnatural wrist twists. Could be better.
This is just the first day, I'll offer additional insight after a week, check back on May 9th. I'll be wearing it in the gym 3 of those days (the reason I bought them), and will let you know.
** UPDATES ** Getting used to the media controls, and I feel that the placement is adequate now.
These work 4/5 in the gym; - the range is really good, I was able to walk across the gym and into the bathroom with no audio consequences. - I find that wearing over-the-ear headphones tends to discourage social interaction with others. Depending on what your goal is in the gym, this can be a pro or a con (it's a pro for me). - Only issue I had was them not staying on really well for prone exercises like a flat bench... not a big deal, and I don't think you'll find an over-the-ear that does well with this. - the bass (as another reviewer noted) is a tad overpowering, but, for me, that helps in the gym
TL;DR For the price point, definitely adequate, and recommended IF your desires match up with what the reviewers have found.
These are not audiophile-level headphones, nor are they a traveler's dream come true. These are superb sub-$50 over-ear headphones (presuming you get the 30% coupon) with modern features. As others have mentioned about the T6's, these headphones don't have the balanced sound of high-end headphones from the likes of Harmon Kardon or Sennheiser but they sound better than most for the price. The bass is over-accentuated, specifically the low-mid range. A mild EQ to moderate low frequencies and bolster the mid-high range helps profoundly. It's what I'd expect from such a large single driver. ANC works OK - it does cancel a good amount of low to mid frequency noise, but at the loss of up to 50% of your media volume or a slight hiss in the case you're not playing anything. 'Face detection' works well, removing and replacing the headphones quickly pauses and plays your media, and the controls on the right earpiece are simple and intuitive. Oh, and for someone with a large head, they're comfortable enough to wear day-long. All in all, for $50 you get USB-C, Bluetooth 5.0, auto-pause/play, and very decent audio.
Bluedio has always had good sound to me. I'm not an audiophile so I may not pick up smaller sound tidbits that serious audiophiles may pick up on, and I think that's who Bluedio's target market is. Because to me, it generally has great sound quality. Bass is nice if that's big for you.
Now with that in mind I do have some things to comment on in terms of sound quality when ANC is turned on. First off, without any sound playing, when ANC is turned on all you hear is a weird hissing noise. It's very evident, but it does lower the amount of noise around you, so at least it's something. Secondly, ANC heavily reduces the sound quality of the music. You almost have to push it to max volume to match the quality it would be without ANC on. I personally almost prefer it without ANC which makes them basically just makes them ornamental add-on. That's basically my gripe with ANC.
The third thing I wanted to point out is a very minor thing, but it's button placements. The volume keys and play/pause buttons being at the front is just a bit of a weird reach. All of the buttons are on the right side and I think they could've benefited a bit with button placement had they used all the real estate on the left side.
Other than that a few cool things are the on/off ear detection which automatically plays/pause music when you take the headphones off/on your head. There's a double tap feature that pauses your music when you double tap the left or right ear cups. I haven't been able to find anyone else to mention this. Cool I guess. It hasn't given me any issues as of yet but I am concerned if it will bring accidental pausing of music in the future. Only time will tell at this point. Accessories are great. Really like the USB-C standard.
Are they worth it? If you get them below the 40 mark I'd say so. But Bluedio, please improve ANC.
These headphones will just stop playing sound randomly or just disconnect entirely for no apparent reason. The buttons are also prone to just not working. There is also the gimmick where it will stop playing if you take off the headphones and start when you put them back on. The thing is, when you put them on without anything playing, they will just start whatever you were listening to last. In order to turn this off, you need to download their app which is almost entirely unusable.
I've been a huge believer of bluedio's sound and quality since I got my first pair of T2s 6 years ago, until my dog ate it, then I got T3s. Bluedio's sound sound quality for cost has never let me down. Until now. For reason whatever the T7 is nowhere near as loud or has the sound clarity of the older generations. As it stands right now, I have to have my device at full volume to hear anything through the T7 headphones. The vender offered me a partial refund and keep the headphones. I'll be giving these to my daughter since I know it won't make her deaf. Bluedio, please bring back the quality you used to have. Make me a believer again.
The noise cancelling actually cancels noise in loud environments pretty well at times. Lawn mower noise or airplane noise are each greatly reduced leading to a much more comfortable experience much of the time. Unfortunately, they also have a horrible flaw that causes the left speaker to buzz loudly when noise cancelling is on. This only happens some of the time, but it is very problematic and makes the noise cancelling useless when it is happening.
The automatic pause feature is fantastic, except when it is randomly pausing something even when you aren't moving. Their app is not something that anyone should be using, as it is literally one of the worst apps that I have ever seen on a phone.
Other than that, the sound quality is actually pretty decent for the price. I think there are better options available, though.