TaoTronics Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear Wireless Headset Dual 40 mm Drivers with Powerful Bass (30 Hour Playtime, CVC 6.0 Noise-Cancelling Mic, High Clarity Sound)-Pink TT-BH22(pink)
TaoTronics Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear Wireless Headset Dual 40 mm Drivers with Powerful Bass (30 Hour Playtime, CVC 6.0 Noise-Cancelling Mic, High Clarity Sound)-Pink TT-BH22(pink)
TaoTronics Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear Wireless Headset Dual 40 mm Drivers with Powerful Bass (30 Hour Playtime, CVC 6.0 Noise-Cancelling Mic, High Clarity Sound)-Pink TT-BH22(pink)
TaoTronics Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear Wireless Headset Dual 40 mm Drivers with Powerful Bass (30 Hour Playtime, CVC 6.0 Noise-Cancelling Mic, High Clarity Sound)-Pink TT-BH22(pink)

TaoTronics Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones Over Ear Wireless Headset Dual 40 mm Drivers with Powerful Bass (30 Hour Playtime, CVC 6.0 Noise-Cancelling Mic, High Clarity Sound)-Pink TT-BH22(pink)

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  • A personal oasis of quiet: enjoy your music with minimal, or no distraction, when you turn on the active noise cancellation (ANC) switch
  • Adjustable Fit, Maximum Comfort: With 90° swiveling ear cups, super soft protein ear pads, and ergonomic headband, the materials used ensure minimum weight and maximum comfort for long term wearing over the ear headphones.
  • Long-lasting music playback: with a generous battery life of up to 25 hours, You can enjoy beautiful music Longer or plug in the included audio cable when the battery is low
  • Feel the beat: expect aggressive bass with balanced mid-levels and bright highs with our dual large-aperture drivers
  • Hassle-Free Clear Calls: Built-in cVc 6.0 noise-cancelling microphone for clearer call quality, even in a loud environment; Stable Bluetooth 4.2 for faster pairing without signal dropping; These headphones come with a carrying case



Customer reviews(967)

  • Daniel Srugo
  • February 3, 2018
  • Amazing Buy!!!!
    I ordered this because I didn't want to spend a ton of money on Bose or any other headphones in the $100+ price range, but I thought I was getting cheap stuff and that I would sacrifice a lot of quality. Overall I'm very impressed, but saying that there are some things you should know. If you are someone looking to buy I'm sure you've seen many reviews like this so I want to make a few things clear.
    a) These are GREAT as wireless headphones but DO NOT buy them spacificly for the noise cancelling feature (This isn't really a complaint as I wouldn't mind if this feature wasn't there at all) I wouldn't go a star as to say its a miserable failure and it doesn't really do harm, but it just isn't really effective. Its there, it works, but I found there too be almost no difference then when you just higher the volume. Its aimed to eliminate constant background noise, and it does do that, just its nothing you can't do by raising the volume. Bear in mind that I didn't test it on an airplane or anything, just in the house with things like the washer and the computer in the background. The ANC does make my listening expense more enjoyable overall, but it does slightly change the accuracy of the audio file (but its not really noticeable).
    b) The build quality is EXCEPTIONAL!!! I would never guess they are so cheap from just trying them on. They are very comfortable, and adjust very well to my ears and head shape (because of the twisting ear cups and bendable top band) The only small flaw I could find was the adjusting the band size was a bit of a pain, it doesn't work smoothly. I didn't mind until my siblings wanted to try them on and I had to adjust it between each of them. Again this isn't a big issue at all, its a very minor flaw that Im just sharing because you might want to know.
    c) Im no music connoisseur or anything but as a simple person who notices stuff, I can tell you that the audio quality is great! I honestly couldn't really tell the difference between Bose and anything else thats decent but it sounds fantastic to me!
    d) another minor complaint, these do get a bit sweaty when wearing them for a long time. Its kind of not their fault (by their I mean Taotronics) because the greatness of these headphones is that they make a seal around your ears to block out as much outside send as possible, even without having to add in noise cancellation (thats why I don't really care if it wouldn't have anc, even when its off the headphones themselves block out outside sound) The downside of that combined with the comftoablity of them, is that it will be sweaty. I don't really mind that much but there might be someone who would.
    e) I haven't had a ton of time to test the battery life, but so far so good.
    f) Theres a play pause (the most used button for me) the higher and lower volume buttons, and the anc switch not the other side, all the buttons work well, it takes time to get used to their placements, but you get it soon enough. And its also great that you can feel the buttons. I wish they would have included a skip button, but I can manage without one.
    g) I haven't tried calling or using the mic just yet, but I gather from other reviews that its great (don't trust me on that one)
    h) the included aux cable thing is a blessing and works amazing, its great to have as a backup in case they ever run out of juice in travel (probably because I forgot to charge them the night before - not that they need charging every night just if they happen to run out right before a trip and I forget, then I always have a backup.
    Yes, I am a person like you (hopefully) and not a robot. I bought this item because I needed headphones and wanted to give these a try and I love them!
    Hope you enjoyed my review and found it helpful. :)
  • AHA-1211
  • March 20, 2018
  • So I searched and researched online for an affordable, reasonably priced OTE headphones and I can across the TaoTronics ANC Bluetooth OTE headphones on amazon.

    I have to admit, I was skeptical on the purchase of really any ‘off brand’ products. I mean ANC (Active Noise Cancelling)…what was that? How did it work? Was it better than Bose? Can I get noise reduction from a pair of OTE headphones that was 20% the price of Bose?!? I really didn’t know what I should do. But I’ve seen a few people using TaoTronics headphones and other products in my area so I took a chance… And it paid off!!!
    First, the design is really nice. I like the black color

    The size of the ear cups are not too large and gawky like other on the market. They’re probably the same size as the Bose QT 35. I also like the TaoTronics logo on each ear cup as well the ‘L’ and ‘R’ inside. I don’t know why.The earcup is quite comfortable on the ears.
    NOTE: It’s recommended not to wear for an extreme period of time and give your ears a chance to breath. This is with any headphones…

    The headphones can fold flat out like the Bose, but also can fold inward.
    The TaoTronics OTE headphones comes in a really nice hardcase with an interior pocket to hold the charging cord and other accessories.

    On the left side of the headphones is the ANC activation button and a connection for a 3.5mm audio cable for a traditional wired connection in the event your headphones battery has died or connection to a non-Bluetooth device.
    On the right side are the play/pause/on-off, rewind/fastforward/skip-track buttons as well as the charging port.

    It does have a Built-in cVc 6.0 noise-cancelling microphone for clearer call quality, even in a loud environment; Stable Bluetooth 4.2 for faster pairing without signal dropping – but the life of me, I can’t seem to see it on the headphones, but its there.
    From the specs the battery life is about 25hrs – I assuming for continuous play. I’m not sure on this as I don’t listen to music for 25 hours straight. I have use the headphones for a week while traveling for work and didn’t have to charge until I came back.

    As far as the sound is concerned? I can’t distinguish much difference between these and the Bose. The music (I use Spotify) sounded great to me. The music sound rich and the bass sounded well. I was impressed by the sound quality…

    Now the interesting function is the ANC (Active Nosie Cancellation) feature/button. This button is again, located on the left side. Kind of weird when I first turned it on. I thought it was the power button until I realized I didn’t hear ‘pairing’ coming from the headphones.
    The ANC functions to minimize all background noise and vibration. When turned on – you hear a kind of ‘hum’ which isolates your ears. I was reciting the ‘ABCs’ and then turned on the ANC feature… it felt so different – kind of like you putting your fingers in your ear and can only hear yourself. Though it reduced the noise around – I’m unsure to the actual degree it can or supposed to.

    I was quite skeptic on the ANC feature so I tried it on my last flight. I can tell you the difference was amazing, in my opinion. I didn’t hear my isle peer or the crying baby 4 rows back. It was a new experience – a more enjoyable flying experience for that matter. Even if you’re not listening to music and want a little ‘quiet time’ in the air or in a noise filled area – turn on the ANC feature and enjoy. I did this on my fight back home.

    Overall. I’m really enjoying these headphones. The carrying case didn’t come with a hook which is bummer to me. I had to go back to amazon and get hard case with a hook to attach to my laptop bag.

    But other than that. I would give it 4 Stars.

    So hear is are my pros and cons:
    Pros:
    - Well made, like the design
    - Comfortable on the ears
    - Cost effective
    - ANC feature is great to have, both wired and wireless
    - Case is nice and sturdy
    Cons:
    - Case doesn’t have a hook to attach to my bag
    - Case bulky to put inside of book bag – I know if must be bulky
    - Extending the arms are a little tough

    I hope this review helps!
  • h00chi3
  • February 6, 2018
  • I am always weary of products that are not name brand, but too often I am buying new headphones because they break or wear out from use in the gym. I finally decided to go for an over-the-ear headphone for, what I was hoping for, was more stability. These are also claimed to be noise cancelling as well.

    I got the product, and there is very little information included, just what the buttons do. I figured it out quickly and turned them on and paired them with my phone. I activated the noise cancelling, and though it is minimal with no music on, once the music started playing, it was surprising. It’s not Bose quality, but being in the gym, I couldn’t hear the guy next to me grunting.

    I am really surprised by how well these work, feel and sound. Even if they go out in a month or two, I will just order another pair.