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, Red
Extremely happy with the performance of these headphone. What I like most is noise cancelling feature at this affordable price. I was looking for noise canceling headphone which can remove all unwanted continuous noise like refrigerator sound, heater sound, AC sound. When I am working at get annoyed with these sounds. This headphone really removes all these sounds and allows me calm environment. Also these headphones produces impressive balanced sounds. I was able to enjoy all kind of musics. It produces even better sound when use wired. These are very comfortable over ear headphones. I did not feel any kind of discomfort over long time of use. Black and red color combine makes these headphone very attractive. Button placement on these headphone is really nice. I am very confirmable with using buttons. Battery life is excellent. I have not tried over very long stretch be I could see over long period of usage battery charging level stays good. Only think I didn't understand quite well was custom noise cancelling. I tried different modes but I feels kind of same. My be I am doing something wrong but anyways that feature is not that useful for me. I am happy with ANC button that allows me to activate/de-activate noice cancelling. You cannot ask more on such affordable price.
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.
I must first say that I so wanted to love these. I have been purchasing Bludio brand for some time. I have the T3's, T4's and the UFO series. I purchased these to replace any one of the others as my T3's and UFO's no longer hold a charge. The T3's and T4's were quality made. They had a sturdiness to them and were made with some metal! The sound of my T's and UFO's were fantastic. Not only do I find these flimsy and cheaply made but the sound quality is gone. Even at the highest volume these headphones are flat sounding. The richness, clarity and base I was expecting was nonexistent. I kept thinking maybe something was wrong. After wearing them a few days and listening to them I just have to accept that they are just not the same as the older versions. I could have dealt with them not being any better but being a lot worse is not acceptable. I didn't want to change brands but that is now the case. I can not recommend these at all. I would prefer to pay more and have the craftsmanship and quality back. I'm so very disappointed.
Has a decent fit and finish. Earcups are nice and big but the volume is disappointing. Sound is so-so. My Bluedio UFO is at %70 volume to make it as loud as this one at %100. Also the lady who talks when I put it to max volume is annnnnoooooying! UFO just beeped. I wish it was just a tiny bit louder. (Noise cancellation doesn't make much difference)
Update: I have to adjust the rating from 2 stars to 4! Yes! FOUR! two reasons; The price is very good. Should have rated it originally 3 stars, not 2. And while the sound is not loud enough there is a virtual surround sound or something. I was playing the new call of duty game and I can always hear if someone is running behind me. More like the room behind me. Unfortunately, I broke my headset (my own fault) and while I had a similar priced headset but I could NOT hear the footsteps the same way at all. So guess what. I am buying this headset again!
If you're looking to block out ambient sounds, these headphones might help. However, if you are looking to also experience great sound quality, you will be dissapointed. The sound quality of these is definitely several steps down from the T3 model. But, I use these as part of an emergency panic attack kit, so their sole purpose is to make things as quiet as possible when i cannot just up and leave a situation. The sound, while not necessarily airy, does feel lacking. I'm not an audiophile so i can't really verbalize or describe the tone quality other than to say it sounds shallow. The ANC feature has a sort of 'sinus pressure quiet' to it. All in all, I don't hate them and they are OK for what I need them for. But I do collect headphones and will most likely venture away from this brand in the future.
These broke at the expansion adjustment joint after 6 months of use. The sound quality is just ok, good enough to get by. The noise cancellation is the constant buzzy kind, so its effective but can wear on one's nerves. The bluetooth range is acceptable but not impressive. But with all that said these were some of the most comfortable pair of headphones I've ever owned. The rounded rectangle is nice shape for positioning on or over the ear. They are large without being massive or weighty. At the $40 dollar price these headphones are a good value for your dollar.
Sound quality is actually not bad. Build quality also solid. One thing that I've noticed that doesn't work every time is the audio pausing when you remove the headphones and resuming when you put them back on. Not sure if I got a bad pair or not, but this doesn't work every time. The ANC on pretty much ruins the sound quality. It removes about 80% of the bass from the sound and makes it sound "tinny" and weak. If you are buying these for the pause/resume feature when on/off your head or the ANC, you might look for something different.
Ok so out of the box, this thing is a useless paperweight. The trick is to download the Bluedio app from the play store and turn off the auto-pause "frature". The app is typical grey market crap... questionable permission necessity and from a Chinese company, so who knows where your location data and files are going but it is what it is.
Also the app lets you turn on a child mode to keep the mac volume down. Unfortunately it also does a million other things that are ridiculous and useless. No, I'm not going to be using the Bluedio app to replace Spotify, thanks.
Ive never had a worst experience with a pair of headphones. I owned the T3 from bluedio and they worked amazing for me until they finally died. My assumption was that the T7 were the next logical move. Did not want to connect to my phone out of the box. When they finally did the connection was choppy at best. My phone was in my hand and the signal was being dropped. Only had them for a few hours. Tested them on multiple devices. No luck. Started the return process right away. Sorry bluedio but I'm very dissapointed. Hopefully I just got a pair that was DOA but I dont wanna try another pair to find out. :(
Edit: Sorry this is a little late. The customer service team contacted me the following day and offered a replacement free of charge without asking for the faulty headset back. They are very accommodating and I could not be happier. I have not had an issue with the new headset. The only reason I didnt give this 5 stars is because the build quality has more plastic than the T3's I previously owned. I like a heavier feeling headsets but the audio is still great. Specially for the price. Thanks again Bluedio for the great customer service.
I didn’t expect any loss of audio quality since the t2’s and t3’s I’ve had. You do lose some when noise canceling is on but that’s expected, I am however disappointed that when you hit maximum volume you hear the headphones say maximum volume and it cuts off the original audio then resumes, I would prefer the beep I used to get. These can be big for small heads but they are snug for long hours