expired TaoTronics Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones - TT-BH22 $59.99 | TT-BH040 $52.99 | TT-BH060 $67.49 Delivered @ Amazon

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Was in the market for a pair of wireless noise cancelling headphones so I reached out to the SunValley rep to see if there were any deals. The rep was very kind in giving me three options!

TT-BH22 - normally $89.99, or $59.99 with code S6YT94SR.

TT-BH040 - normally $69.99, or $52.99 with code 66FBMWQL.

TT-BH060 - normally $89.99, or $67.49 with code IVYZXL8E. Out of stock.

I've personally bought the BH060 as it's the latest model with Bluetooth 5.0 and fast charging.

Don't forget cashback for extra savings!

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    I'm new to all this, and really confused - did you just message the Amazon seller and ask for a discount? Or was it someone else?

    Sorry if it's a silly question, I'm probably missing something obvious.

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    OMFG, i just bought BH060 3-4days back. Is there anything i can do?

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    Which rep did you message? Every time I try to message the rep I always get a "sorry no deals at the moment we will let you know when we run our next deal". Tried maybe 3 or 4 times on different products (1 time with these headphones).

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    I bought a pair of these a few months back (can't remember the exact model). They've been quite good. The button functions and placements could be better, but other than that I have no complaints.

  • +8 votes

    TaoTronics Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones

    Warning… Doesn't work on wives…

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    Can someone comment on which one is better, BH22 or BH060? (same price normally?).. confused
    Thanks

    • +2 votes

      I had the same dilemma but went with the 60 in the end due to Bluetooth 5 and fast charging.

      I suggest you read the reviews for both products.

    • +1 vote

      I would say go for the 60, as chibot said as well. For my use, fast charging is really useful when my headphones die - I can just pop them in the charger for a few minutes then grab them and have power for another hour or so. Bluetooth 5 is also pretty useful, you don't need to worry about where your phone is and you can roam around untethered for a pretty big distance :)

      • +1 vote

        Thank you Zazer, 60 it is should be a step up from the Bluedio F2 Faith that I have

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      I cant comment on the BH060, but I do have the BH22.

      They are great wireless headphones, but the noise cancellation is pretty much non-existent compared to Bose.

  • +2 votes

    I have the BH22 headphones. They get 2 thumbs up from me.

  • +1 vote

    Please tell me that with the 060's being new and fast charging they're equipped with type-C USB instead of micro USB? The ad just says "charging cable", but doesn't specify which type USB it is.

  • +2 votes

    Still waiting for one of their ANC headphones to have aptX or higher codec. It really makes the difference. If anyone is interested, you can switch the codec and test the difference between them like aptX and SBC. It's under Developer options on Android devices.

    • +3 votes

      The BH036 has AptX support, got one before Christmas.

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      So hard to find specs on these headsets — certainly not from the Taotronics website! One review seemed to suggest BH22 has it, but not from the horse's mouth…

  • -1 vote

    OP can you find a discount for these please: TT-EP01? or these: TT-EP002?

  • -2 votes

    I got TT-BH22 the for a few months now. I like them but the noise cancelling is quite weak. For people speaking it does almost nothing, but for low frequency noises it works well enough.

    • +7 votes

      Sounds like you have no idea how active noise cancelling works, it only works for lower frequency humming / buzzing like trains/cars/planes/fans/air conditioners - Generally it doesn’t do much for voice chatter or sounds which have no pattern.

      Current active noise cancelling technology works best for frequencies < 500 Hz and is OK up to about 1000 Hz.

      Look for noise isolating headphones if your trying to drown out voices.

      • +1 vote

        I don't know, I was on a plane last month and apparently a baby was crying behind my wife and I, but I didn't hear anything through my Sony xm3's. That said, if there's no music playing, I can still hear voices, albeit muted.

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        I've tested them side by side to Bose's QC 35 and the difference was night and day. Do yourself a favor and try a good pair and then tell me again I have no idea.

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          Let me get this right, you compared this to an almost audiophile quality pair of headphones and you found a difference which was night and day?

          You really need to be comparing apples with apples (headphones in the $50-$100 range). We expect a pair of headphones which are FIVE times the price to have better quality in sound and have a better processor for active cancelling noise reduction.

          The point is active cancelling noise reduction does not do much for human voices at all - even with the Bose QC 35's. If this is your objective, you're in the market for noise isolation headphones.

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    Thanks OP bought the 060s!

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    Bought them in the last deal. They are good… Feel like quality and sound is good. Didn't check measurements… Quite large and bulky. But no worries.

  • +13 votes

    Bought the BH22s late last year, and have been able to use them in a few scenarios, including a couple of plane rides. My quick review: They are quite comfy, even as someone with a big head. I was gifted a pair of Senheisers (sp?) that cost twice as much, but aren't half as comfy as the BH-22s, so props for that. The cups are also pretty gentle on my sticky out ears (I'm starting to sound pretty attractive, aren't I?) and form a decent seal, but YMMV if you've got 'longer' ears. I'm no audio expert, but I can comfortably say the audio is baseline for what you'd expect from headphones this size; decent and serviceable, but don't expect to be blown away. Though I'm always a bit surprised by how distant and quiet they can sound, and I often find myself cranking the volume to compensate (though this is possibly subjective, as I'm used to wearing earbuds). I've read criticisms of the build quality, but I can't fault mine. The plastic has a nice matte finish, they feel flexible yet durable, the padding is soft yet holds its shape (so far), and the buttons are 'clicky' and positioned logically. Sure, you'll probably find some flaws if you put the headphones under a microscope, but I can't fault the build quality for the price.

    Now the ANC is simple; it's a 'something is better than nothing' scenario. These aren't some amazing tech demo of what ANC can do, but they will cancel out some low pitch noise, and they also do a decent job of boosting the audio to also help mask background noise. Overall, under the right circumstances (e.g. on an aeroplane), they will improve your listening experience, just not drastically.

    Summary/TL;DR: Everything about these headphones is 'good', with no part of them being 'great'. But for the price, they're a very fair deal.

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    Hi mate

    I'm just wondering which site good for cashback ?

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      For Amazon, I like to use Cashrewards. It’s only something like 5%, but adds up over time :)

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    Been keeping an eye for this though looking for bh036 ended up with bh060. Thanks OP

    I used shopback (no issues so far - been a customer for a year i think). Found some issues with CR but still manage the account for specific sales/bigger discount

    • +3 votes

      I'd become a fan of Shopback due to issues at CashRewards. However, I gave CR another go recently. The transaction had some issues, but these were dealt with quickly and efficiently. I's say that the two are on par - so suggest using whoever has the bigger cashback on the day.

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    looking at the bh060 for flights. does it have\need atpx? I can see it has BT 5.0. not quite familiar with the tech

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    Thanks!
    Pulled the trigger on the BH060… price was too impressive to resist!

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    Anyone got both the BH22 and BH60’s? Got the wife a pair of the bh22’s and was pretty impressed for the money, wondered if the BH60’s were much of an upgrade

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    can i use these with an iphone with out any issues?

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    Hi just wondering if any of my fellow ozbargainer tried using these at the gym? thanks

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    I actually prefer the BH22's to my bose QC35's (sound wise and noise cancellation range), just bought the BH060's - see how they go.

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    TT-BH060 sold out? :(

  • +3 votes

    TT-BH060 come back stock anytime soon? I miss the deal

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    is the NC effective?

  • +1 vote

    Is there a page that outlines the difference between the 3 models?

    I assume all of them can be used 'wired' as well i.e. I want to plug the cable in to my computer or stereo or phone and listen via the cable?

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    I bought a pair of the TT-BH22 for my dad. My sister has a pair of Bose QC35II. I was surprised at the sound. While not super high quality (not gonna happen at this price anyway), they sounded bassy and fun. I enjoyed the sound more than the Bose. The ANC however was pretty poor. It definitely worked, but it was no where near as quiet as the Bose - or my Parrot Zik 3's for that matter. Still at this price I think they're a good buy if you're looking for something cheap.

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    Picked up 2 x TT-BH22 for the kids great headphones better than Moki's etc.

  • +2 votes

    I don't know if it's just me but the TT-BH22 is quite uncomfortable to wear. The sound is amazing and the ANC also, but they're just awkward and make my head hurt after a while. That's my only gripe with them, other than that they are brilliant for the price.

    I've never owned a pair of Bose or Sony so I can't compare the ANC with anything else but it works well enough for me.

  • +2 votes

    I bought 2 TT-BH07s last year. Both failed after 2 months use, both were replaced under warranty by sunvalley. The 1st replacement failed yesterday (7 weeks use) and I can't be bothered going through the process of getting it replaced, making a video and proving that it is broken. I wouldn't spend $50+ on a TT product. TT products might be ok if they sit at a desk and don't move about, but buyer beware otherwise.

  • +1 vote

    Bought the bh060 with cashback while it was in stock, thanks!

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      JCHL, you purchased through Amazon.com.au ?.. did you contact the seller at all?
      Looks like I just missed out 😟

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    Thanks OP, was looking at these the other day, ended up getting the BH22 with cashrewards. Will be only used for work so hopefully they don't shit themselves like how CDid experienced.

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    Any idea how I can get the BH-060's.. or contact the supplier to get the price?

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    Missed the 60's but got the 22. Thanks OP

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    For these headphones (or any headphones) is it possible to isolate the sound to just one ear / speaker? Basically with earphones you can take one off obviously, which I do often to keep one ear free for family duties when I'm listening to something. Can that be replicated?? Thanks.

  • +1 vote

    Anymore BH060 stocks? Need one too!

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    I have the bh22s and couldn't be happier. Be using for about 6 months now almost every day and yet to fail. Battery life is excellent.

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      One review suggested there was a very slight audio lag due to Bluetooth 4.x. They then suggested Bluetooth 5.0 would fix this, which is why I'd be more interested in the BH060.

  • +2 votes

    For anyone holding out hoping the TT-BH060 will come in stock soon, received an email from the seller:

    "It may need 20 days to wait the TT-BH060 in stock.

    Sincerely sorry for the inconvenience caused."

    A few more weeks guys :)

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    T-BH060 - Arrived today, ridiculously muddy sounding, zero comparison to the last set I bought for a similar price (which now I can't see the model of) These mop the floor with the BH060's received today - https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B075CBHN9M/ref=ppx_yo_d...

    Anyone else share this opinion? Have I got a dud set or is this how they are?

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      I'd love to hear from others as well as there does not seem to be many reviews. The main reason I'm interested in the BH060 over the BH22 is Bluetooth 5.0 — IF it meant less lag. Faster charging is also nice, but not as big a deal.

      • +2 votes

        Just done a side by side test of the BH60's and BH22's and here's what i've noticed:

        • Noise cancelling seems to slightly enhance the sound of the BH22's whereas the noticeable drop in sound quality (bit muddier, quiter and loss of bass) with noise cancelling turned on with the BH60's
        • BH22's has better sound quality overall, better bass and a more fun sound
        • BH60's feel slightly heavier and a more preimum build
        • Noise cancelling without any music/sound is better on the BH60's, this might be bcause the cups are slightly larger
        • Can't really notice any difference in bluetooth quality and walking round my unit, the range seemed to be similar in both.

        Weighing it up but think i'm going to send the BH60's back or see if the wife will swap! Hope this helps :)

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