expired Plantronics BackBeat Go 600 Wireless Headphones Navy $69 (Was $159) Free C&C or + Delivery @ Skycomp


Looks good for a wireless headphones < $100.


Bluetooth technology Bluetooth 4.1, HFP 1.6, HSP 1.2, A2DP v1.2, AVRCP v1.4
Listen time Up to 18 hours
Standby time Up to 20 days
Deep sleep Up to 6 months
Speaker driver size 40 mm with bass tube design
Frequency response 50 – 20,000 Hz
Sensitivity 92 dBPL
Impedance 32 ohm
Harmonic distortion <3%
Passive noise cancelation Over-ear memory-foam earcup padding
Weight 175 g
Roaming range 10 m/33 ft
Audio codec Custom SBC codec
Time to charge (zero battery to full) 90 minutes
Number of mics Single, wideband-enabled mic
Multi-point Two devices can be connected simultaneously
Voice commands (answer/ignore) No

Free pick up from Silverwater NSW (Domestic shipping - Registered : $24.5)

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  • +4 votes

    FYI - delivery to postcodes.
    2000 = Domestic - Registered : $14.5
    3000 = Domestic - Registered : $15
    4000 = Domestic - Registered : $18


    For those baulking at the high shipping cost, check your postcode. Showing $15 for me in vic.

    edit..beaten to it.

  • +2 votes

    I had to look some of this stuff up:

    HFP 1.6 = Hands-Free Profile
    Version 1.6 adds optional support for wide band speech with the mSBC codec, a 16 kHz monaural configuration of the SBC codec mandated by the A2DP profile.

    HSP (Handset Profile) – provides the basic functionalities needed for communication between a handset (cell phone) and a headset.

    HFP (Hands Free Profile) – has somewhat extended functionality to HSP and was originally intended to control a cell phone from a stationary, in-car, hands-free unit.

    A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) – allows the transmitting of stereo audio signals (with much better quality than the mono encoding used for HSP and HFP).

    AVRCP Audio/Video Remote Control Profile
    This profile is designed to provide a standard interface to control TVs, Hi-fi equipment, etc. to allow a single remote control (or other device) to control all of the A/V equipment to which a user has access. It may be used in concert with A2DP or VDP.[4] It is commonly used in car navigation systems to control streaming Bluetooth audio.


    Are these comparable do the BOSE ones that are $300+?


      No. The Bose ones would be (active) noise cancelling. These are not - they are "passive noise cancellation", which effectively means "no (active) noise cancellation".

      Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 is what you're looking for, if you are after a cheaper noise cancelling headphone. (The noise cancellation is crap compared to Bose/Sony, though)

      I got my Backbeat Pro 2 on clearance (for like $120 or something), and they are great for that price! But if you want noise cancellation, Sony WH-1000XM3 is the way to go, I reckon.


      Sadly no. Not even their Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2 is close to Bose QuietComfort 35II. Cheers


    This or the TaoTronics BH22 ANC for $59.99?
    Need to get one or the other as a birthday present

  • +1 vote

    Reviews here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BDRT6PR/ref=twister_B07DJY2BK5?...

    Seems like a pretty good price

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