expired TaoTronics Active Noise Cancelling Head/Earphones BH040 $52.99 EP002 $43.99 & BH07 aptX $22.99 + Post (Free $49+/Prime) @ Amazon

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TaoTronics TT-BH040 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones was $79.99 Now $52.99 Code: 66FBMWQL

Active noise cancelling: ANC technology cancels outer noise, allowing you to enjoy your audio on the train, bus or plane.
Adjustable & comfortable: ear cups swivels up to 90°, Earpads are made of super soft protein; and an adjustable headband.
30 Hour Playtime: Stream music for up to 30 hours per charge or connect the included audio cable for wired audio playback.
2 Large-Aperture Drivers: A duplet of 40 mm drivers allows them to stream high-resolution audio with a deep, powerful bass.
Built-in mic & Airplane adapter: transmits your voice clearly, providing enhanced call quality even in loud environments.
Airplane adapter & Hard Case: Comes with an Airplane adapter to easily connect and Hard Case to easily store.
Tech Reviews by AndroidCentral, iMore, The Next Web, Expert Reviews UK, AudioReputation & CNET
Youtube Reviews from ASBYT, Technically Well, Steve Huff & EL JEFE REVIEWS
Also, Check out 800+ Reviews on Amazon US & 200+ on Amazon UK

TaoTronics TT-BH042 Bluetooth Neckband Active Noise Cancelling Earphones Was $45.99 Now $32.99 with Code: 85TGJM26 Edit Sold Out

Active Noise Canceling: Neckband Bluetooth headphones come with ANC, cancelling noise in the airplane cabin or a busy office
Enhanced Call Quality: cVc 6.0 Noise Cancelling and a MEMS mic effectively reduce vocal interference for clearer conversations
Long-Lasting Battery: Last up to 16 hours with ANC off; 8 hours with ANC enabled, and fully charge in only 2 hours
IPX5 Splash proof: Thorough Nano-coating protects the Bluetooth headphones from sweat and light rain when exercising outdoors
Integrated Magnet: Earbuds attach together for a secure, yet sporty way to carry around your neck
Reviewed by Androidcentral.com and Check out the Reviews on Amazon US

Next up, we have the EP002s, voted by GeekWrapped as their Best Budget in-ear monitor for 2018!

TaoTronics TT-EP002 ANC Wired Earphones Was $58.99 Now $43.99 with Code: CE6JJ3Y9

Active Noise Cancelling Functionality: Reduces environmental noise and distractions by up to 25dB and lasts up to 15 hours per charge
Increase Awareness with Monitoring Mode: Clearly hear airline announcements with the press of in-ear monitor button when ANC is on
Built-In MEMS Noise Cancelling Microphone: Enables for crispy phone calls and undisturbed voice transmission
Feature-Packed Headphones: Active noise cancelling slider, monitoring mode button, inline controls for volume and audio track and calls
Sleek, Durable Aluminum Build: Metal alloy black matte finish provides wired earbuds extra durability and an elegant, stealthy look
Youtube review by Spacey Tropics Also, Check out 250+ Reviews on Amazon UK

We also have the Bestselling Bluetooth sports Earphones, the BH07s. Available in 4 colours:

TaoTronics TT-BH07 Wireless apt-X Bluetooth Earphones was $34.99 Now $22.99 Code: GOYMFJIU

Available in 4 Colours: Black/Black, Blue/Black, Pink/White & Red/Black
IPX5 Waterproof: Sweatproof and snug. They'll stay put while running, biking or at the gym.
Built-In Magnets: Let you attach the two wireless Earphones together when not using
Long Battery Life: Means you get 6 hours of continuous music, 175 hours of standby time
CVC Noise Isolation Technology: Reduces outside noises, enable clearer microphone sound.
AptX Codec: Provides pure, CD-like high-quality sound for compatible devices.
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Comments

  • +1 vote

    I bought the bh042 ama
    Nah they're good

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    Aptx hd?

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    Have any got both aptx and anc?

    I'm looking for something to use when watching video while commuting on the train. Anc to reduce backgrounds noise, aptx to reduce lag so that audio and video are in sync.

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      The BH036 has ANC & aptX. I don't have any deals for that at the moment though.

      If you or anybody else would like to be notified when I have a deal for a certain product, just send me a private message with the product in the title and I would be happy to notify you.

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    OP: Any deals on the Taotronics wireless earbuds? Thanks

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    OP please provide the following feedback to whoever puts the Amazon ads together…can the ad please specify whether the USB charging cable is micro-USB or Type-C USB?
    I'm pretty sure all TaoTronics gear currently come with a micro-USB however as new models come out this may change so it'd be good to tell the difference. Thanks :-)

    • +1 vote

      They are still Micro USB for now but I have already put through the recommendation that they swap to USB-C for future products.

      The future is USB-C, even Apple is swapping over.

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        ilias710 isn't just suggesting they upgrade the port. But more importantly around the description on the product on the Amazon site. Can they please specify the charging port type in the description?

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    Want that bh052

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    Could do with more information.

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    I bought BH042 a week ago. Any way to apply the discount? I think I need to return them anyway.

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    I'm wanting some sort of noise canceling headphones, solely for my first international flights.
    Have no intention to ever use them outside of in-flight environment.

    Are any of these good for, just getting a better sleep (and rest) during flight. I would be quite annoyed if had to put up with some particular annoying chatter next to me in a 20 hours flight.

    So #1 priority, anything to block out potentially annoying chatter beside me. #2 priority to help me get sleep/rest .

    I'm sure the $400 ones are better, but would these do 'OK' for my intended purpose and needs.

    Seems a small price difference between these options. Have no idea what's better, or if these even would work well to block out chatter besides and around me in-flight.

    Edit: Having to recharge wouldn't be an issue for me, if it's USB charging. I have plenty of power banks, and would take at least 1 with me when traveling.

    • +1 vote

      All these have similar ANC performance.

      ANC works best with constant noise, so they work great with Airplane engines & background chatter.

      You will still hear voices, so if someone is speaking to you, you will hear it but ANC takes the bass out of the voice and it will sound flat and slightly muted.

      So it comes down to what style you prefer and what you are more comfortable with over a long period of time (in-ear or over ear)

      They all have good battery performance lasting between 16 to 30 hours.

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        Thankyou,
        I should have mentioned, I would like to know from people not selling these items. Particularly because there might be a better option not sold by you.

        ANC takes the bass out of the voice and it will sound flat and slightly muted.

        Certain chatter, it is more like, I need to not hear it at all (well, not be able to distinguish what they are saying) . Particularly if there was say, some ignorant racist people besides me chatting in such a way I really want to say something. In a normal situation, I could bite my tongue or just walk away, but would be much harder when stuck next to them for 20 hours.

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          ok, I do own all the TaoTronics Head/Earphones so would be happy to provide assistance, if required.

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          Even with the Bose you can still hear some conversation. You would be disappointed with anything else.

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          If you are buying them to completely drown out all the conversations you will be disappointed, as mentioned they work predominately at cutting out constant noise like the engines.

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            @pacotaco: So when people say the high end noise canceling headphones help them sleep on long flights, they only mean regarding the engine noise ? You still won't have any peace and quiet from people around you talking ?
            Maybe earmuffs might be better .
            I don't suppose there is something similar to what happens on a long bus or train journey, whereby the lights are dimmed at a certain time and at that time there is a general understanding amongst passengers not to make noise while everyone tries to sleep.

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              @Chewybacca: On every long flight I've been on, people talking is not an issue in the slightest. Unless you get extremely unlucky with who you're seated next to, I can guarantee people don't talk much on flights. Engine noise (and potentially the sound of someone's baby crying for a few minutes) are the only things likely to bother you.
              In regards to the lighting, long flights will always have the lights dimmed/turned off at night.

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                @Jamosium: Thanks very much for the detailed info Jamosium.

                How do they work out when to dim lights when time zones are changing. I'm guessing maybe they use Australian time of take off, then work out from there when 'night time' is.

                Unless you get extremely unlucky with who you're seated next to, I can guarantee people don't talk much on flights.

                I guess the comments from people here have flown long distance before is the extreme cases , where baby crying nonstop, or people talking around them nonstop etc..

                Any advice for when you are 'unlucky' ?
                I don't supposes it is similar to at movies, ie. you just go discretely and tell flight attendants, and they do something about it, they ask them to stop talking or keep it down, or keep talk to a 'minimum'

    • +2 votes

      Get some silica gel type ear plugs, they work amazingly well, and cheap

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        Thanks, that sounds like good idea. Just in case, of noisy passengers around, have silica earplugs handy.
        The one thing I was just thinking with that though, is the change of pressure ie. My ears 'pop' with pressure just going through train tunnels sometimes.

        Does the change in air pressure mess with your ears more with earplugs in ?

        I guess the pressure change in cabin is just mainly when increasing/decreasing altitude though.

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          It was OK for me. As you suggest, put them in when altitude is stabilised

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            @casho: Could you wear a pair ANC over-ear headphones i.e. BH040 on top of the silica gel earplugs to get rid of all noise or is there not enough room inside the cans?

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              @ilias710: That will be OK. The earplugs only fills in the ear opening so leaves the rest of the ear exactly the same as without earplugs

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    I bought the TT-BH07 last year for the same price on sale. They're pretty decent sounding, battery is a good 4-6 hours, and they fit well.

    If I'm nitpicking, the only 'downside' is the ear wing bits are a bit too loose on the drivers, so I have to keep putting them back on as they rotate around. I reckon if they were perhaps 1-2mm narrower, it might help.

    Definitely happy overall though :)

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    Any BH 060 deals ?

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      The BH060s are out of stock for the moment, as soon as they restock I will try and arrange a new deal.

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    If you get TaoTronics canalphones please make sure the one you choose comes with different sized eartips. I bought some a while back and I got 4 sets of eartips all the same size, just different shaped ear hooks - predictably none of them ended up fitting.

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    anything with bluetooth 5?

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    Are the BH042 sold out?

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    Hey xev any deals on the VAVA VA-BH009 MOOV 28 aptX Sports Bluetooth Earphones? Many thanks for all your great posts!

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    Would the ANC be compatible with every device with a 3.5mm jack? (e.g. onplus 3T?)

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    What's the noise cancelling like on these compared to say Bose or Sony headsets (both $300+)?

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    Hi OP. I'm trying to wrap my head around the differences between the TT-BH036, TT-BH040, TT-BH060 & TT-BH22. Do you have any words of wisdom to offer?

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      The TT-BH22 has been TaoTronics flagship product, extremely popular due to its style, ANC, price and ability to fold down into a small case, they are ideal for travelling

      The TT-BH040 have been my preferred headphones for a while now, similar performance to the BH22, but a different style, a bit chunkier and feel (to me) more solid. The walls of the padding on the cups are thicker, providing a better seal around the ears which aid the ANC. They come with a slightly bigger case. Their headband extends the furthest, so would be my recommendation for those of us with larger heads.

      The BH036 are more similar to the BH22 but come with ANC & aptX with a case size that would be between the BH22 & BH040

      The BH060 are their new ANC Headphones, they come with a case the same size as the BH22. They are also the first Headphones to come with Bluetooth 5.0 and fast charging. I have been trying them over the last week and so far I am impressed. These are out of stock atm. Hopefully, they will restock shortly.

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    Hi rep. Any chance BH060 headphone coming back stock?

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      The BH060s are out of stock for the moment, as soon as they restock I will try and arrange a new deal.

      If you would like me to notify you when there is a new deal, send me a private message with the product in the title and I will be happy to let you know :)

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    When is BH060 available? =)

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      The BH060s are out of stock for the moment, as soon as they restock I will try and arrange a new deal.

      If you would like me to notify you when there is a new deal, send me a private message with the product in the title and I will be happy to let you know :)

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    I purchased the TT-BH22 in the last deal because of the good review. The sound quality is good but the Bluetooth keeps cutting off during the song, sometime can be cut-off every second for 10-20 seconds.
    I tried it with my iPhone 7P and Huawei P20 pro, both having the same issues.
    Is there a fix?

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      From what you have described, it sounds like there is an issue with the signal getting through.

      I get the same thing, normally when I am too far away from my phone, or there is something in the way like a wall. If there is metal in your phone case this may interfere with the signal, as will the surface your phone is laying on.

      None of these things may be the issue though in your case, you can try contacting support.au@taotronics.com for support. If that doesn't help, feel free to send me a private message and I will try and sort it out for you :)

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      I find this happens - specially in the CBD streets.
      The moment I get out of the tunnel in Sydney, it starts dropping whilst walking till I am in the building.
      I think it is more due to interference in the 433 Mhz frequency

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    I have had the BH22's for few months now. No complaints about the sound for the $ I paid.
    However, I do find the sounds "leaks" a fair bit.
    Is that comparable to the $300+ ones or the other cans in general ?

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