expired Cowin E-7 Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones $37.99 US (~$48.29 AU) Shipped @ Lightinthebox

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Cowin E-7 Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones $37.99 US (~$48.29 AU) Shipped @ LightintheboxAffiliate
COWIN71

Cheapest price these have ever been and was very popular in the last deal. It has 30 hours of battery life, can be connected with a cable and pairable via Bluetooth and NFC. It also features a microphone with buttons on the side for controlling music and taking calls.

Average rating of 4.1 stars on Amazon from 7023 reviews

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    Used these on recent flights to and from the US west coast, and they're fine, especially for the money - being able to use the 3.5 mm cable with an adapter for movies was a big plus. Only caveat is the tight fit of the over ear cups can cause some discomfort if you're a bit better endowed on the ear front. I'm fine for 90 minutes or so before needing a little break.

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    Brought these last time they were on sale at Amazon, I wouldn't recommend. The noise cancelling also changes the music or what ever you are listening to.
    Mine actually make a knocking sound if you move your head.

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    Thanks Clear,

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    Cheers. Bought them and will give them a crack. I wanted the Bose or Sony but seriously I just need them for the office to give me some background noise. I can't justify $300-500 so $50 was worth the punt…I hope!

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    These or the sony110NC when they go for under $50 again?

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      I haven't got both, just the Sonys, but I would say these.

      Good noise cancellation starts with good noise isolation.

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    not negging but these sound AWFUL. Have tried it on and these are muddled in the mall type sounding headphones. The NC is decent for its price however there are much better alternatives if you're looking for NC for a bit more.

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      there are much better alternatives if you're looking for NC for a bit more.

      Could you give examples?

      • +2 votes

        HiFiMan RE-400 (earphones) - $50
        ATH M50X (headphones w/ passive noise blocking) -$130

        if those are too pricey, just get any decent iems (i.e. KZ ZST/ZS5) and put some comply foam tips on.

        Bose QC25 (best if you want decent NC headphones - same as the qc35 but w/o wireless), ATH-ANC7 ($100) and CB3 HUSH ($90) are alright as well. Avoid bluedio NC headphones.

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          Avoid bluedio NC headphones.

          I have a pair of Bluedio F2, they seem like a reasonable product for the price and I use them regularly.

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          @Cleremy:

          In that case, these will sound OK to you as well. No point in buying them though really as you will not be getting any upgrades. If you want something better sounding than your bluedio's, definitely try one of the the chinese iems (kz zs5/6/ZST/ES3, nano rock zircons, xiaomi's hybrid pros, Emi C1880, Tinaudio T2, 1more Triple Drivers etc.)

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    I liked them, basically slightly worse version of those $120 wireless sony headphones for ps3/ps4, but yea NC is bad but decent on just music.

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    For what it's worth I have them and like one of the posters above used them on a flight to the USA and back.
    I have since ozbargained my self up to the latest Bose.
    My opinion - for mugs like me, buy them -I use the Cowins all the time - mowing vacuuming (yes) and can't fault them.

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    Ironically I need something cheaper than this but still wireless and preferably no noise leakage for quiet carriages and home use to drown out family "debates"