Bluedio Hi Wireless Bluetooth Earphone AU $28.99 Delivered @ Bluedio eBay

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Great price for the Bluedio Hi, free delivery from the AU warehouse

Shipping time: 3-5 days

Bluetooth version: 5.0
Frequency range: 2.4 GHz-2.48 GHz
Support protocols: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP
Frequency response range: 20Hz-20KHz
Standby time: about 1000 Hours
Music/Call Time: About 5 Hours
Charging time: About 1 hour for earphone and 2 hours for charging case
Input voltage/current: 5V/>100mA
Output power: 7mW + 7mW
Resistance: 32Ω

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Comments

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    Can't find any reviews on this other than the link below, anyone can vouch for this quality? Just sold my Bose headphones last week.

    https://gearvita.com/bluedio-hi-tws-earphones.html

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      I personally wouldn't recommend them, The sound quality is below average and the earphones stick out of your head pretty awkwardly. I replaced them with the Haylou GT1's and greatly prefer the sound and fit compared.

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    No aptx no deal!

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    i had an old bluedio wireless set and it was pretty good

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      I'm in the same boat, I've used the bluedio TN and love them. I need a replacement TN when they go on sale again as the one I got free with my v2 only works on one side now.
      I'm a bit hesitant in buying another bluedio product after the disappointing v2 blind buy.

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    I really like my soundpeats true+ wireless buds, they don't come out when running and are pretty slimline and don't stick out

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      I took my new Soundpeats for their first run on the weekend - got the truengine dual driver ones (I think it's Q42). My priority was for running use, but wanted decent sound too.

      They do stick out a tad but the sound is very decent for the coin. They're also IPX6 rated.

      There are so many variants of true wireless cans these days - lots to choose from. Tempted to purchase another set of a more discreet model (stick out less) for general day to day use.

  • +1 vote

    Anyone got experience with these? My only knowledge of Bluedio is this (not very flattering) review of the company on Youtube.

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    In my experience (two pairs of "high-end" wireless bluetooth over-ear headphones), Bluedio promise a lot more than they deliver when it comes to audio quality and durability. I won't personally be buying any more Bluedio's until their reputation improves.

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    Don't know about these but I have purchased 3xt2's, then 2xt3's and then 2xVictory when they first arrived a few years back. Nothing wrong with any of them battery life was good and never had a promlem. Still use the t3 and victory regularly. I only had great dealings with the Aussie store. Crystal and the team were always fast with helping me and very informative before the purchases so I would definately purchase from the Aussie store again based on the service I recieved. Sometimes the service can hinder or help a product

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    Does it fit well ?
    Does it fall out

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    Seems good to me. I have some headphones by them and really like them a lot.

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    I didn't have good experience with I bought bluedio T3 they were very tight , so I asked for a refund. They refused.

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