If you have a Samsung TV that is compatible with Bluetooth, you can connect Bluetooth headphones to it and use the headphones to listen to the TV’s audio. This can be useful if you want to watch TV without disturbing others, or if you want to hear the audio more clearly.
20 Best Bluetooth Headphones For Samsung Tv
1. Avantree HT4189 Wireless Headphones for TV Watching
Bluetooth-enable TV / DVD with optical, RCA or AUX audio output
Bluetooth-enable PC, PS4 through USB audio out
Bluetooth-enable AV receiver & other audio devices
For no audio delay, long music play time (40H) and long range
Hearing aids / assistance alternative for watching TV
True to the term ‘Plug & Play,’ these headphones and Bluetooth transmitter connect automatically once turned on – so you don’t need to pair them. Whether you are playing games on your PC or watching your favorite show on the advanced model of TV, the HT4189 offers the flexibility and compatibility with any device with optical, AUX/3.
5mm or RCA audio out port. The headset offers the convenience and flexibility of being used both with the included transmitter or with other Bluetooth transmitting devices – including your phone, PC or TV! The transmitter can also be paired with other Bluetooth receiving devices including other headphones or speakers in your home.
Featuring a Qualcomm chipset, the HT4189 headphones allow you to binge watch your favorite series, catch the highly anticipated game, or pop in your favorite video with high-quality sound and in perfect synchronization.
Featuring Dual Link technology, the Audikast transmitter allows you to share the experience with your family or friends with the addition of a 2nd headset. Featuring Bluetooth Class I technology, the Audikast transmitter works at a long distance! Though the range may be affected by physical or wireless interference, Audikast gives you the ability to roam free while you get the ultimate sound quality experience.
Awesome for broadcast TV Open package, inspect contents, read how to install, and install took less than 5 minutes. Head phones connected to transmitter immediately. I purchased these for use with viewing TV.
I am a little hard of hearing according to her. I need the volume higher for some programs, news programs are fine as journalists are evidently taught to speak clear and not mumble but movie actors must have been taught differently.
I have a Ultra High Def smart TV and the speakers like most now days on in the back of the TV, not so good. I purchased a sound bar thinking that would solve the problem but it did not. The sound bar was much better but still not the best as I still need the volume a little louder then she did.
In addition to the TV and sound bar I have a *** Contour DVR, I hooked the transmitter to the DVR via the USB port on the DVR like instructions said, turned on the headphones and they paired according to the solid blue light and welcome message as instructions said.
I then connected the transmitter to the DVR using the Optical Audio Out on the DVR and done. These headphones are almost perfect. There are a few things I don’t like. 1) If she makes a comment about what we are watching I can hear that she said something but don’t know what and have to take the headphones off to converse.
2) The headphones are a little warm after wearing awhile. 3) When using the smart tv option to watch Amazon Prime or Netflix it does not go thru the DVR so there is no sound going to the headphones and hooking the headphones to the tv or sound bar turns off the volume to the speakers and supply volume only to the headphones.
When watching these sources I can not use the headphones.
I knew these were what I needed when I read the reviews. My tv does not have Bluetooth, only wifi. The transmitter accepts almost every type of input, just make sure your tv has an output. When I used the optical, It kept the sound on and all you do is turn down the tv volume and use the headphones.
Same with using the 3. 5mm headphone output, the tv sound can be set in my tv settings to cuts off the speakers when the 3. 5mm headphone plug is used but it also works when turning down the tv volume and turning on the headphones and using the headphones volume control which means not having to get up and plug in any cables.
You just need to figure out what works best for your tv. The transmitter worked great and can be hidden behind the tv with Velcro if you want. Definitely a must have if your wife complains when the tv volume gets loud during commercials, movie gunfire, all the noise that you can’t control unless you hold the remote and turn it down during every loud scene.
A marriage saver! Quality is great, I don’t use these for music so this is an entertainment quality review, and I couldn’t be happier with my choice. And 40 hours is a lot of time before having to charge them meaning it won’t cut off in the middle of a movie if I just charge them when I feel I am close to the 40 hours of use window.
Also, Avantree is striving for 100% customer satisfaction and their web site has useful information on using the headphones and transmitter, as well as tech support if you need it, but they are made to connect without even having to pair them together.
I highly recommend these headphones and transmitter.
With powerful JBL Pure Bass Sound, the JBL TUNE 710BT headphones play boldly, wirelessly. The lightweight over-ear design offers maximum comfort and immersion in sound. Big in performance, they can be folded in a compact shape to fit any adventure.
Take calls and manage sound hands-free thanks to the convenient button on the ear cup that also activate the Voice Assistants for on-the-go help. Enjoy them all-day-long thanks to the 50 hours battery life, or extend the fun endlessly with the included detachable audio cable.
Allowing connection with two Bluetooth devices simultaneously, the multipoint connection makes sure you won’t miss a call on your phone while streaming videos on your tablet. Choose the color that matches your style or your mood and enjoy great sound!.
Headphones – Bluetooth – wireless, wired – 3.5 mm jack
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Reviews From Real Customers
I experience these headphones as both incredible and disappointing, it outshone my expectations in some areas and fell short in others. I would advise anyone that commutes, listens to podcasts, and likes to game with a wireless headset to purchase them.
I would be more hesitant to advise them to users that are heavily invested in music, or prioritize noise cancelling. Pros: The headphones are lightweight, durable, flexible and have incredible battery life.
Intuitive controls and good Bluetooth connection make them super practical. I wear them for 10-12 hours a day and they feel great. The battery life is also just a huge plus for me and I definitely will not return the headphones.
Cons: The noise cancelling is disappointing, gives me a headache and doesn’t actually filter out the higher sounds. It muffles rather than cancels. The sound quality itself is just ok, the base is fine and music sounds good but it’s far from impressive.
I expected a bit more at the price point and they are not significantly better than the very cheapest jbl headphones. In short, practical users (not sound snobs) will find these headphones to be the perfect everyday headset.
Those that are looking for exceptional sound quality should keep looking.
The JBL Tune 760NC is a great pair of wireless headphones that deliver neutral-sounding audio. Its sound profile is slightly bass-heavy which adds punch and thump to music without overpowering vocals and lead instruments.
These headphones are good for listening to different types of music and podcasts. A high-quality wireless headphones with active noise-cancelling features. Aside from the good quality audio, it’s comfortable to wear and it has convenient controls.
In terms of connectivity, I experience good Bluetooth connectivity with it. It was easy to pair them with two other devices simultaneously, and didn’t experience any issues during the process. This is extremely handy since I often switch between different audio sources.
In some specific cases I notice some latency in the sound specially with Android devices. So, you may want to check other options for streaming videos or use an application that can compensate for latency.
But experience may vary depending on the environment.
I hate giving anything, but 5 star reviews, but I feel it’s necessary. There were two things that made me instantly regret buying these earphones, but I’ve kind of just put up with it because it does get the job done (listening to music/youtube) 1) I feel it squeezes my head and kind of gives me headaches.
The more I’ve used it, the less extreme it’s been, but it did happen the other day at the gym for the first time in a while. As soon as I take the headphones off, it’s like instant relief, but the headache still lingers slightly.
(I rarely get headaches) 2) Within a couple uses, the ear part and top part were so so dirty. I ended up spending like 15 min cleaning it, and just to experiment, I took a full blown shower and put on my earphones.
Walked 20 minutes to work with them on (granted I do live in a hot place). And the earphones were back to being embarrassingly dirty. Like it grosses me out even, let alone people seeing it lol. I don’t know anyone who wants to spend 5-10 minutes after every use cleaning earphones.
Not sure anyone has time for that. (I read a public review saying that these headphones don’t get dirty, just clean after every use. I’m like WHAT? Does anyone actually want to have to do that? Like if I wore it once a week OKAY, but most people I know where headphones multiple times every day).
Features: [EASY TO USE] Simply turn on both headphones and transmitter and they will automatically connect for an ultimate user friendly experience. There is no need to deal with pairing with this wireless in-ear headphones transmitter set.
[PASS-THROUGH SUPPORT] If your TV only has ONE optical port, connect the Oasis Plus between your TV and soundbar – then play audio from your soundbar AND stream to your headphones SIMULTANEOUSLY. This is a UNIQUE product feature! It even supports independent device volume control.
Easily choose between Bluetooth mode (wireless) and Bypass mode (wired) with the flip of a switch, without the need to plug / unplug any wires. [WORKS TOGETHER OR SEPARATELY] Designed for versatility, our TV set can be used together or independently.
Use the NB16 headphones with your phone, PC or other Bluetooth-enabled devices. And use the Oasis Plus transmitter independently to Bluetooth enable your TV, speakers, etc. [NO LIP-SYNC DELAY] Featuring FastStream technology, this set allows you to r.
Finally found ear phones that I don’t need to set to a frequency. They even work great in another room. Just set the second tv to the other rooms channel if you want to also see what’s going on. The ear phones actually are only working from the first tv.
Now, I don’t have anyone telling me to ‘turn down the volume’.
Make your TV-watching experience private with these MEElectronics Bluetooth headphones. The wireless design enables freedom of movement, while the padded earpieces offer enhanced comfort for long viewing sessions.
These MEElectronics Bluetooth headphones have a battery that lasts up to 30 hours, saving you from having to recharge in the middle of a program.
I have these connected to a brand new Samsung 70” TV. Unfortunately, this new TV didn’t come with an Aux plug. In fact, it only has one USB plug, an optical cable, and two hdmi spots. I almost returned the TV because I have to be able to plug in headphones in order to watch TV while others are sleeping.
I found these headphones and I decided to give them a try. I’m glad I did, because they work great. I used the included optical cable to attach the headphone receiver to the TV. Since the optical port was taken, I had to hook up my Samsung soundbar/woofer with Bluetooth.
Although the initial set up was a bit tricky, the headphones work well. They are snug, but not too tight. They work when the TV is muted and when the sound is on the TV. The range is really good on these.
I can go throughout my entire house without them cutting out.
These were my first headphones to use with TV and the phone. Worked fine for both. I’m not giving it 5 stars because the part that holds it on your head broke repeatedly. It reached the point where duct tape no longer worked.
They should have held up much longer. I’m a senior citizen with no little kids around and I was never rough with them. Never dropped them either. They just broke on their own. Never seen anything like that before.
My guess is that the quality has everything to do with the price being so reasonable.
I bought these on sale for like $80. Shipping was expensive but because of the deal it wasn’t too bad. Now I’m sad to see that they are listed for $178 plus $40 shipping. I wish I could buy them again, but considering that the plastic parts started going so soon, I don’t think they are worth this much money.
If I see them on sale again, I will probably buy them because they are so comfy and the sound is so good. May 12, 2019 EDIT: I needed to edit this review because I bought the same headphones again, even though their price had increased, and when I got them they were very different from the last ones I had ordered from this exact same product page 2-3 years ago.
The ones I received in the mail are called Matrix Cinema, and they are better in almost every way. I don’t know why they used the same product page for these headphones, though I now understand why they raised the price.
This is misleading and confusing, and now I feel like I should write a completely different review for this obviously different product. The sound quality is at least as good as the old ones, the ear cups block more noise, the frame feels more durable, and there’s an equalizer button that gives you several different EQ presets.
On/off button is now a switch, which concerns me since I just had another set of headphones where the switch stopped working, so I guess we’ll see in time if that’s an improvement. Little blue LED is much less conspicuous, which is nice if you like that, but I kind of liked looking like a cyborg and sometimes I’d use the old light to find my keys in the dark.
Robot woman’s voice is much milder and more seductive, but she also sounds slightly crestfallen, as though she may be vaguely aware of her status as your eternal slave. Also, it’s worth noting that I ordered this product from Canada, and in addition to the $38-40 dollars shipping I also had to pay another $38 in “tax or something” at the post office when they arrived, so if these headphones don’t last me at least 2 years I’m going to be disappointed, after all those extra pesos.
They do block a lot of external sound but they do not have a noise cancelling feature, so I’m on the fence still as to whether they were worth all the extra money. Good news is, they are definitely better than the old ones, though time will tell if they are more durable.
Enhance audio tones with this pair of MEElectronics wireless headphones. The Bluetooth function syncs with a TV or other device, and settings for voice and music clarity let you adjust the sound for a better listening experience.
These comfortable MEElectronics wireless headphones have a low-latency codec that reduces lag and an integrated microphone that lets you take calls. Bluetooth 4. 2 interface Enables simple wireless pairing with your Bluetooth-enabled device, such as TV or cell phone.
Rechargeable battery Offers up to 30 hours of use and lasts up to 1000 hours on standby mode. Over-the-ear design For a secure fit. Folding design Along with an included carrying case enables easy portability.
Carrying case included For easy portability. Built-in microphone Enables simple hands-free chatting via a compatible device.
MEE wireless headphones have great sound quality worthy of 5 stars. Only gave them 4 stars because there are two buttons to completely turn them on and off before and after using. Not sure why one is not sufficient.
Also, they are not conveniently located to turn on and off while wearing. I always have to remove them to locate the buttons. One is a slide and the other is a depress and hold until you hear they are turned off.
When turned on it will let you know what percentage the battery is, however, seems at 50% power diminishes very quickly. about 30 minutes of use left.
Bought these so i can watch TV while my wife watches Youtube on her phone and we can both enjoy time in the same room without the TV drowning out her little earphones. Also she falls asleep before me and i can now watch tv without disturbing her sleep.
The sound is amazing! The charge on these are great! I can walk all around the house and hear the TV in the livingroom. These were the best purchase! Easy to install. The guy at Best Buy was very helpful and knowledgeable!.
The Samsung Level U is an ideal choice for high quality music on the go. Ergonomically designed for long term wear, these headphones feature a flexible urethane joint to wear around a users neck and stabilizing wing ear gels for in-ear comfort.
The magnetic earbuds conveniently clasp together, reducing clutter when not in use. Large 12mm speaker and active, dual-mic noise reduction ensures quality sound and ease of wear.
The best type of headphones I’ve ever owned. I’ve been using Level U for 5 years now. Probably purchased 10 or so (I gave several as gifts) Samsung nailed the number one comfort spot, in my book. I love the sound (I’m a bass girl).
My phone let’s me adjust the tone. This unit sounds like my car, but right in my ears. I like it LOUD. I can still hear the dog barking, but not much else. The battery life is decent. I can wear a pair, nonstop, most of the day.
If I’m feeling lazy, I recharge with my portable battery. The mic picks up every pin drop (If I’m outside, people can hear the daycare kids on the playground, 3 blocks over). All controls are located on the neck unit.
Sound levels, back, forward, on/off, & answer phone. You can also operate all controls with your phone buttons. And the durability is excellent. Two pair, on charge rotation, worn constantly, will last over a year.
Eventually they break. I’m really hard on them (I wear them to sleep, & before my JBL, I often wore in the shower. *not waterproof!) But the earpiece!!!! Hands-down, the BEST fitting, amazing bud, EVER.
I haven’t found anything comparable. My ears are super sensitive. These never hurt. For a few bucks, you can also purchase extra silicone covers, on Amazon. My only complaint? The neck piece occasionally gets twisted in the other stuff I wear around my neck.
I’d love to find these in a wireless earbud style. I’ll be hunting down Level U headphones until they are obsolete. Don’t buy them! Haha. More for me. 😃.
I have a number of Sony headsets and a Level On headphones with ANC. The Sony’s have good in ear fit where the Level U headset doesn’t. While the Level U comes with some replacement rubber earpiece fittings, I tried them all and none of them are what I’ve come to expect.
At best each fitting is hard wearing and for my ears, they’re feeling sore after not more than a couple of hours (and I’ve also read this in other reviews). You hear much more ambient noise with the Samsung as it isn’t the in-ear fit I enjoy with the Sony’s.
The main problem I have with the Sony products is there’s not many places to clip them on when wearing a t-shirt, but the Level U doesn’t have this issue. The headset is extremely lightweight and the battery life so far has been great.
Call clarity is also great, which is predominately why I bought them and being able to type while on the phone is fantastic. Range is reasonable too as I’ve been able to make a coffee while on the phone is on charge and the kitchen is just outside the 10 meter range.
The app seems more feature-rich for the Level On headphones as there’s not much to adjust for the Level U. I would say it’s not really a feature with exception of the notifications received being the same as the Level On (power level, customised app notifications, etc).
I didn’t realise the O rings wasn’t part of the packaging, but I’m not disappointed I removed them anyway. The earpieces sit well in front when not in use, especially as there are magnets that can keep them together.
It would have been nice to have a USB cable included in the packaging, but this isn’t the first Samsung product I’ve received lately with the little things absent and if it saves a couple of dollars, it’s no big issue.
I’m not an audiophile but I can say the audio is on par with other devices but with the exception that you hear more of the outside world. Price-wise these are probably 20-30% less than I would have paid for another Sony Bluetooth headset, which I usually damage or break and replace every 2 years or so.
The Level On headphones definitely are the best I’ve experienced when it comes to audio quality, but are bulky and not suited for use while walking outside, and cost several times as much. I’m reasonably happy with the purchase, I’d buy these again but the in-ear fit could definitely be improved.
i use this device for my online classes. here’san honest instance that i want to share: i charges this device to 100% on tuesday evening and kept it off until wednesday morning 8:30 am. i have my classes from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm and i used it for those 5 hours and it worked perfectly without battry warning or voice problem.
then i switched it off for next 1 hour and had another class at 3 pm for 1 hour (until 4 pm) then also this worked very well. then i switched it off around 4:30 pm and the next day (thursday) i didnt’ even touch this device.
on friday, i played a game for 1 hour and again this device worked perfectly. this is a great product!.
Stylish Design Samsung Level On Wireless headphones incorporate not only premium quality sound, but also impeccable design. The headphones’ circular earpad design is inspired by the alluring shape of pebbles, adding to their sophisticated feel.
Level On Wireless headphones provide rich and balanced sound thanks to their high-performance speaker units. Studio Sound Equipped with advanced dual-layered diaphragm speaker units, Level On Wireless headphones not only deliver studio-quality sound, but also feature Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) functionality.
Four built-in microphones, two on each earpiece, allow for an accurate mapping of the sounds around you. Easy Touch Controls Get the most out of your Level On Wireless headphones with a touch control pad that offers a variety of functions: activate S-Voice, adjust volume settings, play, pause or skip tracks without the need to touch the controls on your paired device.
Share Your Sounds Level On Wireless headphones let you listen to music together with another Level On Wireless user. Share your favourite tunes with a friend using this unique function. More Functionality with the Samsung Level App Use Level On Wireless headphones in conjunction with Samsung’s audio application for a customised listening experience.
Use SoundAlive’s graphic equaliser, a volume monitor to help prevent damage to your hearing. Get message notifications, schedule alarms, and do much more with this powerful app.
to be honest, i only bought these headphones because it was promoted by exo in their “call me baby” music video back in 2015, but i can honestly say it that. this is the best headphones that i have ever purchased, that i bought it twice! i love how stylish and how effective these headphones are when i use it for listening to music or for important meetings.
the features and quality of this product is astronomically amazing! the bluetooth feature and the noise-cancelling feature is just *chefs kiss* amazing! the only downside is that it has been discontinued.
i am waiting for samsung to update the headphones and to please make another generation headphones, if possible?! please and thank you! :).
One of the best active noise cancelation wireless headphones 🎧 i have ever owned. Its sleek, has intuitive touch control, you’re able to listen to music or make calls from this headset once connected to your phone.
It can be connected wireless via Bluetooth or with the wire/cable that it comes with. It can be connected to your Samsung phone or tablet or any any device with built-in Bluetooth technology or 3. 5mm connectivity.
It has touch controls on the outside of right earcup so you can tap the headphone to pause and play your music or swipe to raise and lower volume or skip tracks forward or back. Battery life is rated at 10 hours, Its foldable for easy storage and comes with a dust bag 🎒.
Over all I’ve owned this over 5 years with little to no issues. Highly recommended 👌.
Ok so first let me say these are soundproof enough that you wont hear people in the same car with you having a conversation but not if someone is yelling at you. So good enough. Next lets move on to how they fit.
The feeling of them on you is not the best its not terrible either though if you wear it for more than 2 hours your ears are going to feel uncomfortable I mean each persons different so maybe not if you got small ears.
They connect wirelessly perfectly fine and have a decent distance Ive walked all around my house with my phone in my room never lost a signal I live in a single story house but its got some length to it.
One of the only major problems Ive had with the headset is the sound quality Im rather disappointed in samsung for this one its not disappointing to the point where Ill retuned them but it is disappointing as to the fact my EarPods have better sound quality then them there is absolutely no amplification to the sound at all it sounds flat.
But all in all decent headphones if you want to spend more money on headphones buy beats or bose get real quality headsets if your looking for a good middleman something with a brand behind it and not just terrible quality headsets this works perfectly for that, that is what I was looking for in a headphones andI took a chance on these I and there enjoyable enough although one complaint many people had with these is the quality of plastic is cheap.
The quality is not there with these but Ive had hem shoved in a bag along with many other things they have not cracked or snapped or popped they are still in tact and I would recommend these to someone who doesnt want spend a lot on headphones but wants quality.
As Featured on TV! Our TV Wireless Headphones let you enjoy TV, at your personal preferred volume level, without disturbing others. Just connect the transmitter/base to your TV, slip on the headphones and enjoy your shows and movies, up to 160 feet away.
Compatible with virtually all TVs, including Smart TVs with digital audio output. Available in Black.
My hubby doesn’t hear real well, so in the evening the TV is just too loud for the rest of the household. I purchased these for him, thinking they might help. WOW! We can practically mute the TV and he can turn up the headphones to his liking and hear great!! Comes in real handy for his beloved hockey games.
The only drawback is if the transmitter stand is too close to the TV, you get static and the audio output cord is a bit short. We purchased a 25 foot cord and changed the location of the transmitter and PERFECT! The sound is so clear and they look great and unobtrusive.
After trying several of the more popular tv headsets these are absolutely the best! They are pretty expensive compared to all the other headsets but after trying all the others they seem to be the very best tv headsets available.
I have connected the two headsets to our tv – one using the digital audio and the other using the analog audio cable. Connecting this way allows the use of the Personal Hearing options on both headsets.
The Galaxy Buds2 Pro allow you to experience a completely new way of listening: to the 2-way speaker (Woofer + Tweeter) and the powerful Intelligent Active Noise Cancellation, the new 24Bit Hi-Fi Audio format is added, which allows you to experience music with incredible sound quality, with virtually no loss of studio recording quality.
In addition to its improved ergonomic design for a secure and comfortable fit, the redesigned 360 audio provides broader, more multidimensional sound. True Wireless Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro black headphones with smart ANC.
When talking in a quiet environment, the other party can hear me perfectly. Outside, however, they are a complete tragedy – my voice can barely be heard, as they mainly capture the background noise. I have also listened to recorded conversations – I really want to scold myself for talking from half a kilometer away from the phone.
I don’t know what tests you are doing there, but this is inadequate. This is a major functionality. In general, if you plan to have a call in an urban environment, don’t buy them until there’s info for a fix, because this problem has been around for a long time and it’s not just to me.
And for the Samsung folks – I’ve tried with and without the “Ambient sound during calls”. Speaking of which, if you want to hear colleagues in the office and people on a call, well you know, it won’t work.
The ambient sound function is also very bad, don’t expect to hear as if you were without headphones. In a noisy environment, you will hear everything but people’s voices. For example, in the gym, I have to take them off so that I can hear a person talking to me.
In general, certain frequencies that you are usually used to hearing and are important to the perception of your surroundings are dulled. If your idea is to listen to music at work and talk to your colleagues simultaneously – well, it won’t work.
Unless you keep the music to a minimum. and again, don’t expect much. I’ve tried all sorts of settings. Active noise canceling – well, I can’t judge with it or without it, the noise is reduced. If I’m not listening to music and it’s activated it’s as if I didn’t play it, even some outside noises are heard more distinctly when I switch it on.
So much for active noise cancellation. For music and conversations in a quiet place, the buds are great – but only for that. If you’re a total introvert, you’ll be happy. For the more communicative – don’t take them!.
Bought these when they came out and have used them daily for several months now. The sound quality is awesome and noice cancelling works great aswell, even walking outside when it’s windy they are alot better at not picking up the wind compared to other ANC earbuds I’ve tried before.
Other features work well too. Unfortunately for me though, they fit horribly. I have tried all the different tip sizes that came with the earbuds and the smallest size fits the best but when wearing the earbuds I still have to adjust them probably every 10-15 minutes or else they fall out of my ears.
This issue gets worse when walking around and gets even worse when trying to run with them. Talking or smiling also pushes them out even faster. I don’t know if I maybe have freakishly small ear holes or something but these issues has made me kind of dislike the earbuds.
I’ve ordered third party tips with memory foam that supposedly will make them fit better, I hope it will work but these tips cost around 25 dollars and I do not think it’s reasonable that I should have to invest an extra 25 bucks just to comfortably wear a pair of earbuds that cost 250 dollars.
I used to have the first generation galaxy earbuds and upgraded to this one. Probably won’t buy the next one.
Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro | Purple SM-R510NLVAEUA Every note sounds like the real thing because clear audio starts at the source with your favourite Samsung Galaxy device. The updated Samsung Seamless Codec encodes the full 24-bit audio to decode on the Galaxy Buds2 Pro, maintaining that same 24-bit high-quality sound.
Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) is better than ever. With 3 high SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio) microphones, Galaxy Buds2 Pro track and eliminate more outside sound — even soft sounds like wind. With Intelligent 360 Audio, the sound feels more realistic.
The 360 Audio with Direct Multi-channel (5. 1ch / 7. 1ch / Dolby Atmos) and Enhanced Head Tracking make every movement stay in sync — creating an immersive experience. 360 Audio can even pinpoint the direction of the sound as you move your head, giving you the spatial experience.
Galaxy Buds2 Pro will automatically pop up on your Samsung Galaxy devices and are ready to connect with a tap. As simple as that. Auto Switch on Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro intelligently detects mobile activity and seamlessly shifts its connection to your Samsung Galaxy phone, tablet and watch.
Switching to answer the phone works even when you’re connected to a Samsung TV. Once the Galaxy Buds2 Pro are connected to the Samsung TV via Bluetooth, there is no need to take the earbuds out to answer the phone.
Incoming calls can be answered simply by tapping the Galaxy Buds2 Pro twice. Worried about losing your Galaxy Buds2 Pro? Don’t. With SmartThings Find, you can trace your coveted Galaxy Buds2 Pro with the location detection feature.
You can even do it with or without the case. Walk away from your Galaxy Buds2 Pro and the integrated alarm is ready to let you know — your phone will send you a notification so that you don’t accidentally leave them behind.
I was literally blown away the second I turned on the music. First of all, these are finally truly loud wireless earbuds, this is first time ever where I was dialling the volume down, because 80% is plenty! There is nothing more annoying when there is good song and you press the button to increase the volume and just hear “beep – maximum volume”, but it is still quiet.
Worry no more! I would not advise listening at 100% all the time, but if there is anyone who will have a say about damaging or preserving my hearing it will be me! Secondly, bass is so deep that I struggle to remember anything of this size to come close – perhaps original Beats by Dr.
Dre 10 year ago (obviously they were wired). Still the sound is extremely detailed and very well separated i. e. bass, treble, vocals and mids all sounds very distinct and clear. Which leads to next point.
Third, the clarity is in the league of it’s own , to the point where it almost becomes an issue. This is no fault of the earbuds, but if you music source is less then perfect then you will hear it, it reproduce sound so clearly that any noise will be heard, so.
just make sure you listen to good quality source. So it is a good thing if you have good quality source, it will be great for watching movies etc. where it sometimes hard to tell voices apart from background effects etc.
Fourth, ambient sounds something altogether, it literally enhances your hearing as with earbuds in and ambient sound on you will hear thing normal human can’t hear. I don’t want to exaggerate – you not snooping on conversation 200m away any time soon, but if people are whispering 5 metres away you will hear it like they whispering it to your ear.
It is sometimes creepy, yet it does exactly what it says to do – you don’t feel like your ears are plugged anymore and all surrounding sounds are clarified and amplified. You not going to need to take them out to have a conversation for sure.
Perhaps only one caveat – £219 is quite a lot, I got them for free with Fold 4, if it would have been my own money I probably would not have considered spending that much, but that is on assumption that it will be diminishing returns.
However, in this case I think they are really worth it and one is not overpaying considering how well they perform. Apart of that they have excellent connectivity and great battery life – I would go as far as saying they are perfect for the purpose they were designed.
Can’t find any fault and they exceeded expectation in all possible criteria.
TLDR – This is a great evolution of my favorite wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds Pro. The sound and noise cancellation is improved, the buds fit much better than the previous generation and I love the new matte finish on the case and buds.
My only complaint is the touch targets seem slightly smaller than the prior version, so I have to re-train my muscle memory. Get them if you’re looking for a great wireless earbud, and have a Samsung device.
iPhone and non-samsung devices, look elsewhere as the features you’ll lose will not make this a great value compared to similar earbuds from Jabra or Apple. I have used the Galaxy Buds2 Pro (I’ll refer to them as the Pro 2) for about a week.
I also have a Galaxy Buds Pro (“Pro 1”) and Galaxy Buds Live earbuds that I use interchangeably at both work and home, so I think I have a pretty good basis for comparison against those devices. Positives: Samsung really improved the comfort, sound quality and ANC in the Pro 2 vs.
the Pro 1. The Pro 2s are much easier to fit in my ears (I use the medium size tips) because the shape is slightly smaller and oval compared to the rounder and thicker Pro 1. Fit and comfort is highly subjectiver however, since everyone’s ears are different.
The ANC and ambient noise quality and function are improved over the Pro 1. I use these and the Pro 1s in an office environment and the Pro 2 are definitely stronger ANC compared to the Pro 1. The ambient listening sound quality is slightly better on the Pro 2, but the feature itself works the same as the Pro 1.
Negatives: The Pro 2s are slightly smaller than the Pro 1, so the touch targets are slightly smaller as well and have shifted slightly so I’m experiencing quite a few missed touches and wrong commands while my muscle memory is re-learned.
The Pro 2s still don’t have true multipoint capability, and the auto switch function between Samsung devices sometimes switched to my tablet when I didn’t want it to. The IP67 rating carries forward from the Pro 1s without changes.
I’ve used these in the shower a few times (same as the Pro 1) and they work fine, as long as you remember to turn off the touch controls to avoid accidental activation from water splashes. Since samsung didn’t really add new features, the Pro 1s are still a great product and probably a better value now, assuming the price will drop to clear out remaining inventory.
I was really excited to get these after reading how great the last generation was and the improvements made to them this year. Unfortunately, I have an iPhone 13, not a Galaxy phone. And Samsung has discontinued support for the Galaxy app on the app store, so these essentially just become a nice pair of bluetooth earbuds without any of the functionality provided if you pair them with a Galaxy phone.
I’m not sure how they would do with a Pixel or other Android phone, but at this point I’m assuming Samsung wants you locked into their ecosystem to get the full benefits. And don’t get me wrong, I know Apple does this with the AirPods, which are functional but ugly in their current design.
Google has started doing this with the Pixel Buds as well, so it’s just the way it is and it’s getting annoying for consumers. I would much rather have these over airpods, but Samsung has decided they don’t want anyone with a phone that isn’t theirs.
I’m sure it’s easier from a programming standpoint but it seems like you’re cutting out a big piece of the market. These sound good, but I can’t adjust the settings so they might sound better if you have a Galaxy to make use of the 24-bit high-fi capability.
You can toggle the ANC by touching the earpod directly, and the ANC is good but I don’t have access to the Intelligent Conversation Mode which would be awesome. Enhanced 360 audio also doesn’t work without a Galaxy phone, nor does the multi-point bluetooth.
Look, these are super comfortable for all day wearing, have a great battery life and bluetooth range along with water resistance of IPX7. They have basic ANC you can toggle on and off manually and sound decent.
If you have a Galaxy smartphone, these are the buds for you. If you have any other phone, you need to understand the limitations before spending the money. Likewise with the other manufacturers that only give you the full experience within their own ecosystem.
That’s why I give these 3 stars, because Samsung gave up on the app and the price isn’t justified unless you have the right phone. I wanted to love these, but they’re going to be my lawn mowing/workout buds and I’m going to stick with my Bose QC earbuds for travel/calls/etc because there are no restrictions on them regardless of the phone, computer or tablet I pair them with.
Meet the WEP450, the embodiment of Bluetooth practicality at the right price! The WEP450 delivers superior sound quality for crystal clear conversations. Engineered with excellent ear coupling for improved audio and noise isolation capabilities!.
This Samsung WEP450 Bluetooth Headset is very light weight and easy to use. The sound is clear and it is comfortable. The Active Pairing function built into this headset makes paring the headset with another device quick and easy.
It also has Multipoint Technology for simultaneous connection to two Bluetooth® headsets, noise reduction and automatic volume control. Most of the time there is a rebate going on from Samsung for this model headset, so you could get it for cheap after rebate.
Some retailers don’t offer the rebate so look around for a retailer that does. Product Features – Item Includes Samsung WEP450 Headset, 2. 5mm Travel Adapter, Detachable Ear hook, & User Manual – Up to 6 hours of talk time & more than a week of standby time – Engineered with excellent ear coupling for improved audio and noise isolation capabilities – Bluetooth 2.
0 + EDR – Talk Time up to 6 hours – Standby Up to 200 hours – Super light, weighing only 10g I recommend this bluetooth headset.
My husband and I needed to purchase a headset because his old one was horrible to try and understand him on. He is in the military and was away at training, living in a bay with 90 other guys, so the noise level was incredible! He found these online and we took a chance and bought one for each of us.
When they came in, he called me on his that evening. We were very happy with the call quality, it was much better than his old one. Unfortunately the noise reduction doesn’t work quite as well as they tout, but it did seem to be trying, and I could definitely hear him better than on his old one.
My hubby loves this because it’s been about a month or more now and he still hasn’t had to charge his! He would use it probably every other evening to talk for however long we got to (around an hour) The fit is pretty good, I have a really small ear, so it’s a little big but he has no issues and likes the fit.
I purchased a Samsung WEP 460 / 450 headset. First of all I noticed that the box was not sealed and when I opened it the parts we’re floating in the Box. When I open the box the charger and the headphone was in there but the ear piece was missing.
The Tune 510BT Wireless On-Ear Headphones from JBL are packed with features to give you a complete portable audio experience without the need to interact with your mobile devices. Bluetooth technology lets you stream your favorite music, podcasts, and more through 32mm dynamic drivers.
When paired with your smartphone, you can use integrated controls and built-in microphone to take hands-free calls. To give voice commands to Siri or Google Assistant through the mic, simply press the multi-function button to activate them.
The Tune 510BT headphones can even automatically switch between devices thanks to multi-point support. Long Battery Life and Quick Charging On a full charge, the Tune 510BT headphones can last for up to 40 hours for multi-day audio entertainment.
A full charge only takes 2 hours, but if you’re in a rush, a quick 5-minute charge can provide up to 2 hours of playback. Multi-Point Connection With multi-point support, these headphones can pair with two different devices at the same time.
This gives you the ability to quickly switch between them when needed. For example, listen to a movie on a tablet, but then automatically switch over to your smartphone to answer a call. Comfortable and Portable With such a long battery life, JBL has ensured the Tune 510BT headphones will be comfortable during long listening sessions by using lightweight materials, a padded headband, and soft ear cushions.
The headphones can also be folded, letting you more easily take them with you while traveling or commuting to work.
When the headphones get low on charge, they beep at their max volume with a high pitch. This is obnoxious and probably damages your ears. If you aren’t wearing the headphones, you can clearly hear it from 10 feet away.
It also pauses the playback of whatever you were listening for couple seconds during the beep, so you have to rewind. If you thought that was already bad, it does this every couple minutes for 10+ times until it finally runs out of power or is recharged.
What were the engineers thinking??? One of the worst design choices ever made and needs to get fixed asap for next batch of the product. One beep is enough, it should be up to the listener is he/she wants to recharge or not.
It definitely shouldn’t pause the playback and the beep shouldn’t be so loud that it hurts your ears.
I bought these on clearance in October 2019 specifically to use during my daily workout. In the time since my purchase they’ve been used running, lifting weights, rowing, long car trips with my kids, and to listen to audio books while cleaning.
I worried at first my heavy sweat sessions would ruin these, but they’re surprisingly easy to wipe clean and, not being able to get more then 5ft from my phone side, they work great. The sound is clear and loud enough for me.
I’m no audiophile, but I also can’t stand cracking, white noise, etc. These are clear of those problems. They comfortably fit me, my husband, and my oldest child. Their ability to fold comes in handy too.
Over all, I recommend these for the casual user or someone looking for headphones for the gym or their run.
The Galaxy Buds2 Pro come with 2-way speakers for the best sound quality and maximum wearing comfort. Thanks to the 500 mAh charging case, you can listen to music for up to 30 hours. You can also charge them wirelessly with Qi Charging.
The Galaxy Buds2 Pro connect seamlessly to your Galaxy smartphone, TV or Watch with Auto Switch, which automatically switches to the device you’re using.
I am quite impressed with these earbuds; my initial impressions began with the packaging. Samsung, like Sony and some other companies, is moving towards sustainable packaging and there is little if any plastic utilized here.
Clever use of various paper and cardboard-based materials is used to secure the earbuds, case, USB C cord, and ear tips inside of the box. Continued impressions were when I opened the earbuds case, placed the earbuds in, and found that active noise canceling (ANC) immediately began and that, with the case open, it was already querying for a Bluetooth connection.
This made connecting my iPhone a cinch. They also have the Galaxy connect feature where they can connect to compatible Galaxy devices with just opening the earbuds case. The audio experience with these earbuds is excellent and is on par with many others I have tried including my Apple Airpod Pro’s and LG FP9’s.
As a matter of face, the bass presence and detail here may surpass the others entirely. An additionally impressive aspect of these earbuds is their ability to block wind noise. I went for a bike ride on a very windy evening and with these headphones on transparency mode for safety, I found that these headphones blocked out the wind admirably well to the point where I could hear my audio with no problem.
With the additional assurance from Samsung that these are IPX7 water-resistant, I feel that these would be a great choice for athletes or outdoors-oriented audiophiles. The controls on the earbuds themselves are intuitive and easy to use.
The only trouble is that I find that like other earbuds that lack controls on a stem, I often find myself inadvertently performing actions with the earbuds like pausing my music when I pressed the bud to adjust it back into my ear canal.
The earbuds do have an excellent fit, but every earbud requires adjustment once in a while, especially while in the middle of activities. If you are not an Apple ecosystem devotee, these are very good earbuds to consider.
They have a strong, simple to set up Bluetooth connection and just sound absolutely excellent. Additionally, their battery life is going to attract many users to them over some of the competition’s offerings.
Altogether, I have no issue recommending these to anyone seeking not only an excellent, refined audio experience, but one that is really made to excel with Galaxy devices.
The earbud designed to tune in to every moment. With an iconic shape and ergonomic design, a fit that lets in your natural surroundings, and a speaker optimized for a better experience. This is sound made for your ears.
Earbud: 0.6 in x 0.6 in x 1.1 in / 0.2 oz Charging case: 2 in x 1.1 in x 2 in / 1.5 oz
Reviews From Real Customers
I researched for earbuds that don’t push inside the ear canal because I cannot stand that, it’s too uncomfortable for me, I’m used to wearing over the ear headphones; and I wanted something that looks pretty and don’t fall out easily so I can use them during workout.
These earbuds fit what I wanted. The color is very pretty (rose gold), although the bean shape might seem weird at first, but they look very good when put on, they don’t stick out too much which is good for when I laid my head on the pillow on the side.
As for the fit, the box comes with 2 sizes of wings (small and large), neither small or large wings fit my ears, the buds would always fall out on their own and my ears will hurt after wearing them after a while, and no matter how I adjust the angles I put on the earbuds, they won’t fit! I was about to return them because of the poor fit, but I found some medium size wings online; and when I put the earbuds with the medium size wings on, omg they finally stay on my ears without falling out and feel comfortable enough to wear for hours! With the medium wings I bought, these buds stayed on even when I work out and when I shake my head really fast.
Future note for Samsung, please include medium size wings for you earbuds, it makes no sense to only have small and large sizes. For battery life, I found that these buds would last about 4. 5 hours with continuous use with mid-high volume, but they charge pretty fast in the case.
When I put them back in the case for about 15 minutes, the buds would have over 50% battery. With the buds and case fully charged, they last approximately 17-18 hours (based on my usage), I usually charge the case every 3 or 4 days depending on how much I use them.
I like that the case can be wirelessly charged, it’s very convenient for me. Now let’s talk about the sound of these earbuds, I mainly listen to rock and metal music, and these buds can handle some subgenres of rock but not others.
For example, they can’t handle the complex sounds of shoegaze, no wave, heavy metal. etc. Anything that involves multiple instruments producing complicated layers of sounds, these buds can’t handle them very well.
Maybe I’m spoiled by my Marshall headphones that are designed to be more powerful and better for listening to rock and metal, I just can’t distinguish the different layers of sounds with these earbuds, the sounds are all meshed up together or too distorted.
However, these earbuds do have some powerful bass for their small size! I listened to some bass heavy songs, and these buds deliver them all very well. Overall, I don’t recommend these earbuds for people who’s going to use them mainly for listening to rock and metal music.
But to be fair, I probably shouldn’t be comparing these earbuds to headphones which are designed to be more powerful, these buds produce clear sounds for most other genres like ballad, jazz, blue. and watching videos or listening to podcasts.
And I only use these buds occasionally when I’m working out and laying on bed watching videos, so they’re good for my usage. Last thing I want to mention is the active noise cancellation (ANC), they’re definitely not the best ANC earbuds, they draw out most low frequency sounds but even with the volume set to highest and ANC on, I can pretty much hear everything surrounding me.
However, the design is open-ear, and I think Samsung does advertise the ANC to only be able to block out low frequency sounds so I wasn’t expecting much noise cancellation with these earbuds. In conclusion, I would recommend these earbuds to those like me who cannot stand to wear earbuds that push into ear canal, produce decent sounds with good bass, don’t mind the weak ANC, comfortable to wear for hours (with the right fit), and good quality.
Ive had these for a short while and they were. okay in the beginning. I was accustomed to more cheaper price point cordless earphones specifically Altec Lansing nanopods so its not like i dont know how to use them.
But the issue for those was they werent made for longevity, glitched out occasionally and were generally just okay quality given their low price. So i decided to invest in some good cordless earphones and as a fan of samsung over apple products i opted for this one.
Their look surprised me and were a bit confusing about how to insert into the ear since they werent very ‘typically’ shaped (i had to watch a youtube video just to figure it out) but it wasnt a big deal.
The real issue was the performance. The pods had a lot of cool features such as synching to my samsung phone and letting me see the battery level of not just the pods themselves but also the charging case.
But that feature is utterly useless when the pods stop working even when the battery is supposedly full. But that can be fixed by just continuously tapping the glitching earpod until it desides to work or straight up taking it out and rolling it between your hands.
Audio phases out for no reason on both pods (a recently developed problem) and you essentially need to disconnect, plug them into their case, take them out again, AND THEN you can use them. Its a lot of very tempermental audio performance that requires you to use two hands to fix so you need to basically stop everything youre doing when it decides to fizzle out or youll be stuck listening to a crackling staticy-earbud.
Now, no piece of technology is without its issues. But to have this amount of incosistency, annoying devlopments, and glitches for something that cost $100+? No. Absolutely not. I invested into this pair of earphones because i wanted the longevity and quality that a price point like that would guarentee.
But honestly the $30 dollar headphones i used before preformed more consistently than these did in the short while i had them. Not worth the annoyance of constantly fixing and definitly not worth the price you pay for them.
Ill definitly be retunjng and looking to buy a different set of samsung headphones, whether ill like those remains to be see but as for this model, make, and pair? Dont even bother. They work. Sometimes.
But when youre paying a lot for something it shouldnt work ‘sometimes’ it should work, period.
Earphones from Samsung The Samsung Level Active Sports Bluetooth headphones are a high-quality phone accessory that will come in handy when doing sports. The sports dockside headphones have special wingtips that ensure perfect adhesion to the auricle.
The silicone housing of the headphones is flexible, so the plugs fit well into the shape of each ear. The P2i coating does not absorb liquid. The Samsung wireless headphones also connect to the Level application, so you can easily control S Health or Timer Launch while exercising.
The Level Active headphones also connect to the device via Bluetooth version 4. 1 and back and have a multipoint function. The Samsung accessory is made from high-quality components, which contributes to good quality music reproduction.
So I felt obliged to write a review for this monitor as I can understand that when shopping around for such an expensive piece of equipment, reviews and user experiences mean a lot. It does to me too, which is why I want to give my personal opinion on this monitor.
At the time of purchase Nov 2017 this monitor had a 4 review, forward to now Aug 2019, this monitor still has a 4 review and looking through those reviews Im reading a lot of problems with both the monitor as well as its stand.
Why I bought it I bought this from the Amazon warehouse at a slightly reduced price from the original I think original was 650. I purchased a like new product instead of new and Ive been very happy with my purchase.
This was a huge investment for me, Im a student and buying this screen meant no big purchases for a long while after. That said, I knew this WAS an investment, screens generally dont go wrong and I knew this would both boost my productivity as well as improve my gaming and media consumption experiences.
More technical side review Ive used this monitor as my daily driver since Nov 2017 21 months and Ive not had any problems with the picture quality, leaning of stand or any sort of problem. That said I want to highlight what I do like and what can be improved The image is crisp and excellent, for a VA panel I think its on par with IPS displays.
The brightness is also good, I tend to use it on around 40 during the day and bring it down at night. On extremely bright days I do have to turn it up to 100 and some could argue that a slightly higher maximum brightness would be appreciated.
The curvature at 1500R is stronger than most curved monitors at this screen size but I think it is suitable and prefer it to less curved screens. Ive also use Dells U3415W at my workplace and that is also a very nice screen however I dont enjoy the curve as much this one feels a lot more involved and absorbing.
The stand, Ill be honest I dont like it, its got no proper height adjustment, in that the screen can move up and down however the screen will also consequently twist such that the screen would itself would be facing upwardsdownwards.
In addition to this, the stand is slightly bulky I prefer the offerings of Dell or LG in this respect. More opinionated side of the review I purchased this for my home PC which I use for work as well as media consumption and gaming.
Of course, for gaming, all reviews will tell you ultrawide is the way to go and I dont disagree. You feel much more absorbed as more of you peripheral vision is engulfed by the action. The same goes for films but I wouldnt say it is absorbing as gaming.
The strong curve on this screen makes me believe that I would prefer this over the Dell U3415W for gaming purposes as it really does wrap around you and the edges of the scren are at the perfect distance for viewing.
In addition to this, the 100Hz refresh rate works well to make games a lot more fluid than as they appear on 60Hz screens and I believe this monitor can also be slightly overclocked too. Overall I love this screen.
Its got a couple downsides, but nothing sways me strong enough to deduct a star from the rating of this screen. I completely respect the opinions of others where theyve had problems, but I hope theyre in the minority of consumers as this really is a fantastic screen.
I paid a lot of money for this monitor so I believe it deserves a thorough review and I hope this will help others too. First of all the monitor comes well packaged and its general aesthetics are excellent although one should note the gloss white finish on the back is prone to scratches.
Furthermore the contrast and colour reproduction on this monitor is simply outstanding. If you cant tell put it next to your old monitor and youll see the difference. Although the design itself is beautiful and the display has excellent constrast and colour reproduction there are several issues which I have been picking up on over the last few days all of which are verified elsewhere.
I am in no way a monitor expert by the way. Here they are Issue 1 Interlace PatternsFrom the second I sat down in front of this display I noticed it appeared very grainy as if the pixels were stretched out horizontally.
After further examination I noticed that every couple of rows of pixels there was a row of pixels slightly lighter or darker than the others. This is most noticeable on blues and greys and appears as static horizontal lines across the screen.
At first they were VERY obvious but seem to be fading as I use it. I did some googling on this issue and I found a review on Amazon US describing the same issueI purchased this monitor twice and both times there were somewhat white horizontal lines going across the panel.
Its tough to describe but basically when looking at small images on the screen it looks as if every other row of pixels where lighter than they should be. I also found another explanation in a professional review of this monitor on pcmonitors.
info which further describes the issueOn some monitors artifacts can be observed when viewing content moving on the screen, particularly for high refresh rate screens. These artifacts can appear as a mesh or interlaced or woven lines of an alternating shade that is lighter or darker than intended hence the name interlace pattern artifacts.
Such artifacts were not present on this model during motion. There were very faint static interlacing patterns in places if you looked closely, with the horizontal bands alternating between a very slightly lighter and darker version of the intended shade.
These arent worth worrying about in our view, though, as they were too faint to notice when gaming and arent something most users would notice during general use anyway. Issue 2 Contrast ChangesThe 2nd issue with this monitor is a sharp black line that streaks across the monitor where there is a sharp change in contrast e.
g. from white to dark grey. You wouldnt see this on black as the line itself is black. This issue has also been verified by another user. Google Kellys Rambling Reviews CF791 to see this issue in action.
I first noticed this when I opened Adobe Photoshop and created a new white document. Issue 3 Gamma JumpingThere are some images which cause the brightness or gamma of the monitor to change suddenly. I opened up a pattern in my browser and the brightness of the monitor jumped up.
I closed the image and the brightness dropped. Moving the image off and on the screen will cause the change. Dynamic contrast mode was OFF so this was not the issue. Again this has been verified elsewhereYou can Google Reddit Samsung CF791 Grainy and Kellys Rambling Reviews Samsung CF791 Ultrawide Monitor Brightness Flicker grain interlace problem.
There have been other reported issues with this monitor such as Freesync flicker but I cannot comment with an nVIDIA card. To finalise Although this monitor is one of the best I have ever seen the issues above make it virtually unusable for me as I not only game but also do a lot of graphics and web design which is where the extra screen realestate really comes in useful.
If all you do is game you will barely notice the issues above but even so Im not sure the cost is worth it. I sincerely hope the issues above are from a defective unit and are not consistent across all units of this model because otherwise this monitor is amazing.
Ill ask Amazon for a replacement and update when it arrives. UpdateI have decided not to get a replacement for this monitor as a friend bought the same one and had the same issues. I have went for the LG34UC99 instead.
Years ago, I bought an Iomega StorCenter Home Media Server. Iomega was bought out by Lenovo whom only offered limited support for Iomega products. I updated it a few years ago and since its never been able to connect over the Wifi, only by ethernet cable.
Then recently the Server started making hard drive failure sounds. It had all of my downloaded TV series and films on. So I decided it was time to update. Instead of opting for another media server, I went for a WD My Passport Yellow 4TB photoed above and below.
Heres the My Passport features Its Plug and Play, meaning that it doesnt require its own power source but is instead powered through USB. Its portable. It is made by Western Digital WD whom have an excellent reputation for making high quality hardware products.
It comes in various hard drive sizes 1TB, 2TB, 3TB amp 4TB. It has a funky design. It comes in various colours black, white, blue, red, yellow amp orange. It runs silently. It is relatively cheap, available on StationeryPacks for just under a 100 for a 4TB model.
It has Builtin 256bit AES Hardware Encryption meaning that you can set it so that a password is required for access. This feature cleverly allows someone to use the drive on any computer even one that doesnt have the WD software installed and without having to install any software.
Auto Backup software is installed. Or you can use other software for backups including Apples Time Machine. I decided because my new drive is portable that I wanted a solid case to protect it when not in use.
I found this StationeryPacksBasics Case httpswww. StationeryPacks. co. ukgpproductB003LSTD38refaslisstlieUTF8amppsc1amplinkCodell1amptagantonysicom21amplinkId94b70fe2f3063bce1cbd058c27370073amplanguageenGBIf youre looking for an external and portable hard drive to give yourself more disk space on your laptop or PC, I can highly recommend the WD My Passport Yellow 4TB on StationeryPacks.
JBL E55BT wireless over-ear headphones bring the signature sound of JBL right to your ears. The E55BT is one of the most versatile packages ever, featuring a long battery life and an innovative, stylish fabric headband that emphasizes your fashion quotient.
The ergonomic around-ear design means that your entertainment continues and your fun factor gets amped up no matter what you’re doing – working, commuting, or just making your way around town. Multi-device connectivity allows you to seamlessly switch between two devices, so you never miss a call.
With a sleek appearance, various color options and the added convenience of a detachable cable with remote and microphone, you’ll never want to be seen without your E55BT headphones.
The E55bt are not APTx or LDAC capable wireless headphones, so keep that in mind. BT codecs greatly affect the maximum sound quality that can be achieved when music is transmitted, and the SBC supported by the E55bt is FM quality (whereas LDAC is CD quality).
When connected by BT, you’ll notice the highs are rolled off, the sound stage isn’t as vibrant or clear. Not bad, and it is quite acceptable for outdoor use where the ambient outdoor noise will erase any advantage of even better codecs.
These headphones do seal out some of the ambient noise passively, but are not active noise cancelling headphones unlike higher priced models. That said, I use the E55bt WIRED! It comes with a detachable 3.
5mm cable, and when you do plug it in into a player that can drive them well, like my LG G7, which has a quad-dac audio output, OMG! Then these headphones really come Alive with solid, active bass, clear vocals, a clear soundstage and highs!! That’s when everything from La La Land’s soundtrack to Puth’s Furious 7 end song play like they’re meant to play, motivating your feet to tap to the beats and a smile to come to your face.
Seriously good for the price range! They are not neutral like some competitors – these are designed to make music even more lively and fun than they ought to be, but without any artificialness. Music simply sounds better and your ears perk up and notice right away! Comfortable ear padding, easy to adjust controls, no issues turning it on bt, adjusting volume, adjusting the fit, etc.
Ear cups turn 90 degrees to lay flat, so they don’t take that much space in a bag. Padded cloth headband is nice, comfortable on the head. These are closed headphones, so you won’t hear much of the world.
You’ll need to pull one cup off your ear to hear someone talk. Also, because of the weight and design, these are good for walking, office, gaming, etc, but they are not for running or sports. The E55bt are the sort of headphones that you put on, start playing a range of music from jazz to rock, and you can relax in a wonderful world of music while you read or do other activities.
As someone who has been reading BT headset reviews for a few years now, there is something everyone should understand by now. There are no headphones designed to last more than a few years (short of studio headphones that do not travel, and cost an arm + leg + and your first born).
Every single type of headphone has reviews stating they break easily, don’t last, fall apart, etc. You cannot avoid this, and as such, I have been on the outside of the headphone craze, unwilling to replace my decent earbuds with something that cost ten times the dollar amount, and might give me a year or two of listening.
With that said, I found these JBL’s in a clearance section at TJ Maxx, and after refreshing my memory with the reviews, decided to take the plunge. It has only been three months since my faithful leap, so I cannot comment on durability, but I must say, that even if I had paid full price, these would be worth it.
While a first time owner, I have listened to countless headsets in stores, and from friends over the years, and could not be happier with these JBL’s. At the time of writing, they were selling for one hundred and forty dollars on the JBL website, and while I only paid eighty dollars, the one forty is still a good value.
I make sure to be careful with them, and really like how the ear cups lay flat so when I wear them around my neck, they are not in cumbersome. Sound quality is at or above all other headphones priced under $250, and are more comfortable, esspecially Beats, which I have no idea why people love.
Battery life is quite good, and with an app, you can monitor the level, and adjust the equalizer to your taste, so please people, stop talking about the bass levels! They are quality over the ear BT headphones, and they work well, last, and sound great.
One more PSA: Stop writing reviews before you READ THE OWNERS MANUAL! You can skip songs! The buttons do make sense! They do work well with phone calls!.
After dealing with Harman messing up the shipping option and charging me even more money, these cans arrived with a defective right driver which is OBVIOUSLY quieter than the left one. This creates a stereo imbalance that all but ruins the listeniung experience.
The plastic is also quite cheap – the plastic creaks as the ear cups move, as mentioned by other customers. And it totally looks blue, not grey. I spent $50 on these and they hardly feel worth $30 let alone the original askin price of $150.
After the shenanigans they pulled suring initial order I’m not excited to deal witrh thier returns. Wish me luck, and do yourself a favor and buy a a different set of phones from a different seller.
The Galaxy Buds2 Pro allow you to experience a completely new way of listening: to the 2-way speaker (Woofer + Tweeter) and the powerful Intelligent Active Noise Cancellation, the new 24Bit Hi-Fi Audio format is added, which allows you to experience music with incredible sound quality, with virtually no loss of studio recording quality.
In addition to its improved ergonomic design for a secure and comfortable fit, the redesigned 360 audio provides broader, more multidimensional sound. True Wireless Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro white headphones with smart ANC.
The JBL T700BTWHT Tune 700 Series Over The Ear Wireless Headphones in White play bold sound, wirelessly. The lightweight over-ear design offers maximum comfort and immersion in sound. Big in performance, they can be folded in a compact shape to fit any adventure.
Take calls and manage sound hands-free thanks to the convenient buttons on the earcup that also activates the Voice Assistants for on-the-go help. Enjoy them all-day-long thanks to up to 27 hours battery life, or extend the fun endlessly with the included detachable audio cable.
Allowing connection with two Bluetooth devices simultaneously, the multipoint connection makes sure you won’t miss a call on your phone while streaming videos on your tablet. JBL TUNE 700BTNC comes in various colors matching your personal style.
For over 70 years, JBL has engineered the precise, impressive sound found in big venues around the world. These headphones reproduce that same JBL sound, punching out bass that’s both deep and powerful.
Comfort is soso at first but gets better with more wears. This pair is an on ear cup so will literally sit on your outer ears. Personally in retrospect I would have chosen an over ear cup because of my use cases, but that is wholly preferential.
Stays put fairly well even even doing mildly strenuous things. Probably wouldn’t recommend for anything too strenuous. Looks are good, high quality materials. Ease of foundational functions and connectivity is easy, secondary functions not as intuitive with button setup.
Sound quality is excellent aside from too heavy a bass profile sometimes. I wish the max volume was just a bit higher, but this is serviceable for most use cases. Only major negative is the bluetooth connectivity.
For a headphone this build quality you would expect nearly flawless connectivity, instead you periodically get choppy audio or outright silence and disconnections. It’s much more pervasive if you have your phone in your pocket.
I understand cloth barriers impact bluetooth signal, but putting something in your pocket shouldn’t make an audio experience unworkable. The problem isn’t pervasive enough I felt compelled to return them as I really do like them, but I am disappointed with that aspect which is a basic tenet of the value prop for wireless headphones.
Overall great headphone for the price I purchased for, good headphones price notwithstanding.
Out of the box I was very impressed. Great build quality, but I have two criticisms with theses headphone. 1 They’re just not loud enough. I find myself pressing the volume button all the time and it’s already at its limit.
I think the sound is very good. They have nice presentation of sound, nothing overwhelming. It’s an enjoyable listening experience, but honestly if I had paid full price, I would have sent them back, due to the volume issue.
2 found them heavy at first but I’ve become accustomed to them now. I watched a good few reviews and a couple commented on these issue.
I purchased these headphones for $59. 99 directly from JBLs website. I was really excited, because at $90 off the MSRP, I thought I was getting a great deal. What I received was a pair of headphones that I would have been disappointed with if I had gone to Walmart and purchased cheap $20 headphones.
These are seriously that bad. Here are my problems with them: -They don’t get loud at all -The bass that people talk about is nearly non-existent -The manual is trash -They aren’t comfortable (very tight) -Audio/Video lag if watching something on phone -The sound quality is just okay I’ve tried these with my phone via Bluetooth, and connected via the included wire to an AMP/DAC combo on my computer and they sound mediocre with both setups.
They get 2 Stars because of the USB-C charging and the great battery life. I truly don’t understand how there are any positive reviews and I genuinely would have thought I got some cheap counterfeit knockoff if I hadn’t bought these straight from JBL.
In your world, superior sound is essential, so slip on a pair of JBL LIVE500BT wireless around-ear headphones. Equipped with massive 50mm drivers, JBL LIVE500BT headphones deliver JBL Signature Sound punctuated with enhanced bass so every track on every playlist pops.
Need some help getting through the day? Easily access the Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa with a tap on the ear cup and play your favorite playlist, text your friend or check the weather and much more, without glancing at your phone.
But that’s not all. The JBL LIVE500BT headphones can also keep you in touch with your surroundings thanks to the Ambient Aware function and TalkThru Technology letting you have a conversation without removing the headphones.
Lightweight and comfortable thanks to the pillow soft padded headband, you’ll enjoy 30 hours of music streaming with 2 hours of recharging time, multi-point connection capabilities and a convenient detachable cable with remote/mic, that lets you rock on even when the battery goes off.
Rock out while staying tuned in with the JBL LIVE500BT headphones.
I just bought this today after doing some research online and I’m very very happy with them. The main reason I got this particular pair is because it has 50mm drivers as well as the over-ear cups and that was perfect for me.
I got it for 5k at a retail store which is a nice discount and totally worth it. The headphones are really good quality and fit so well on my head. Though the headband isn’t very cushioned or soft it’s designed so well that you won’t even think about it once you wear it.
They work with voice assistants though I don’t want that option( You can disable it) there is a designated button on the left cup that’s easy to press and access for it. Then the 2 modes talk through and ambience are a little confusing at first but you get the hang of it.
Basically, talk through makes the music so soft you can easily hear everything around you (It might also use the microphone to help you hear the other person I’m not sure), then the ambience mode makes the music a very nice level but still a little softer than normal and you are able to hear your surroundings a little and the normal mode you get the highest volume so you can immerse into your music and not have to hear your surroundings.
As I mentioned the headphones have 50mm drivers which makes them capable of good bass as well as good highs which is perfect for me. I really like the quality of the music from both Bluetooth and aux.
Though these headphones have 4. 2 Bluetooth and not 5. 0 it’s still perfectly okay for most listeners as from my research 4. 2 and 5. 0 have the same quality of audio the only difference is the length of connection.
The unboxing experience is pretty nice and makes you feel like you got a nice set of headphones and the headphones themselves are very good-looking as well as comfortable. I probably can’t stress this enough but the earcups swivel/move can move slightly and the earcups are designed to fit over the ear very well.
The design is phenomenal and I can’t wait to enjoy my music on these headphones.
I bought a pair at the end of 2019 I believe, and I’ve been pretty happy with the product, although there are some shortcomings that I think should be noted. First, they aren’t super comfortable. They’re kind of heavy, the clamping pressure is a little high, the headband doesn’t have much padding, and the faux leather earcups are not very breathable.
This results in my ears getting sweaty if I’m using them for extended periods of time, and they give me a mild headache if I wear them too long due to the clamping pressure, and this is enhanced by the fact that I wear glasses.
The long-term comfort is the biggest issue I have with these. Also, the earpads wore out within like a year of having them and started coming apart, I think due to body oils. That’s not very good, I hate using them now, but I’ll touch on that later.
As far as the user experience, really great. They pair and unpair very easily, the passthrough options are great. The controls could be better – I’d rather have the part that’s used for Google assistant to be used for play/pause or volume or passthrough.
I don’t use Google Assistant very much, I would at least like the option to reprogram it. That may not be feasible at this price point, but still something that would be much appreciated. I do love the design of these headphones, they look great.
And they sound pretty good with decent sound isolation. I’m not an audiophile, I’m sure there are better sounding headphones, and I know there are more comfortable headphones. But as far as I know, there aren’t any other headphones at this price point like that.
Final point is support and user-serviceability. User-serviceability could be better, which is something frankly every consumer electronics company can improve on. Like I mentioned, my earpads wore out and started falling apart after a year or so.
I wanted to replace them, but I can’t find replacement earpads on JBL’s official website, which kind of sucks. That almost got me to go to a third-party to buy replacement earpads, because I don’t want to buy a new pair of headphones.
Mine still work fine. But I decided instead to reach out to customer support to see if they would get me just the earpads. I figured it was a long shot, but I’d at least try. And to my surprise, JBL actually let me purchase replacement earpads through their customer support team, which is actually really cool.
Most people probably wouldn’t want to fix it themselves, but I’m glad I do have the option. The option should be more accessible, but at least the option is there. And the customer support members that helped me were very helpful and understanding, I had no issues with them.
Overall, I think for causal headphone users such as myself these are great for listening to music in between classes or watching TV or movies on my phone. They aren’t the most comfortable for long cramming sessions if you’re a student, and I wouldn’t binge-watch an entire season of a show wearing them.
But they look good, sound good, are easy to use, and JBL’s customer service is pretty good. I think at this price point, these are a good value.
Got these on sale for about 40 bucks. REALLY nice and luxurious build quality and good sound (with additional tweaking through the app if desired). Sound is slightly bass heavy and punchy. Treble has no crackle or tinnyness even at higher volumes.
Mid tones are balanced, if sometimes lacking a little bit of brightness. I mainly use these for listening to music (jazz, k-pop, and RnB) at home, but they’re good enough for gaming as well, since the surround experience is decent and the mic is good.
The headphones can connect to two devices at once– I love how I can watch a video on my PC while still getting notification sounds from my phone. The assistant functionality is pretty good (I use Google assistant) but I don’t use it THAT often.
The headphones are very cushy and comfortable, but they’re a little bit heavy so if I wear them for 3-4+ hours on end, the headband starts pressing into my skull. I have a small head so they’re really comfy, but I did read that they can be tight for people with average or large heads.
The cups aren’t super breathable so you might run a bit hot if you’re in a humid environment. The media control buttons are pretty small so they were hard to get used to and press correctly, but now I never accidentally press a wrong one.
The battery lasts abouta week or more for me, using the headphones for about 4-5 hours at mid volume a day. The microphone quality is good, both on the inline mic on the cable and also the ones on the headphones themselves.
They do pick up static-y noises (so something like an overhead fan or wind) so have that in mind. Discord’s Krisp noise supression mitigates that though, so it’s not a problem for me. The media control buttons work flawlessly on windows, which was a bit of a surpise for me.
They will recognize and pause/play pretty much any media website and software I have tried. The TalkThru and Ambient listening modes work fine, but I barely use them so I can’t really speak on them. Ambient mode picks up A LOT of shrill noises easily though, so you will not have a fun time if you use them in an area with traffic.
I think TalkThru works better in nearly every scenario even though it’s meant for picking up voices only. The only cons for me are that the headphones don’t come with a case or even a cloth bag, and that the assistant touch surface is a mite too sensitive (it’s really easy to accidentally activate while adjusting the left earcup).
That’s about it though. I’m really satisfied with this purchase overall and I think they’re a STEAL at the sale price I got them for. For the original retail price of 150, I think you can find similar options for a lower price, so I wouldn’t have bought them if it wasn’t for the sale.
Cowin SE7 wireless headphones are engineered to sound better, be more comfortable and easier to take with you. Plus with apt-X. you can enjoy low latency, good fault tolerance, and high sound quality.
Put them on, and suddenly everything changes. Your music is deep, powerful and balanced, and so quiet that every note sounds clearer. Features: QuietBalance. Cowin’s latest noise cancellation technology dramatically blocks the external noise like never before.
Packed with tech. Features the latest APTX Bluetooth 5. 0 standard for unparalleled sound quality, fewer drop-outs & lower latency. Lasts all week. Up to 30 hours battery life, charge for 10 minutes & get 1 hour of battery life.
Easy on the ears. Ergonomic, super soft over-ear cushions greatly improved wearing comfort.
I seen a review of COWIN SE7 headphones on YouTube and I must say the review was spot on. These headphones are great!!! A Point of reference, I do own a set of Bose top end headphones (my so called Sunday go to meeting headphones, an old school expression for only use on special occasions.
For me that would be long distant traveling). I also have a 17 year old pair of Sony headphones that I still use regularly. I’m 75+ years old and over the years have always had a good set of headphones.
I must say the SE7 when way beyond my expectations for the price. – Sound quality. The SE7 are very comfortable and the sound is unbelievably good to me. I have never liked loud music and have always look for clarity of sound and a clear deep bass sound at mid level volume.
The SE7 checked that box for me. While the Bose are a very good, to me they are little bass heavy for my taste which make the bass sound unclear, just a heavy thump. I prefer the bass quality of the SE7.
Also with the SE7 there is a difference in sound between the Bluetooth connection and the in-line connection, I think the Bluetooth connection has a richer sounds. (In-line or Aux connection is connecting the headphones directly to your device.
In my case that would be a iPhone, iPad, and Onkyo home theater system)- Noise canceling function, there is a slight difference in sound between the on/off but for me it’s nothing to write home about.
The ear cushions fit so nicely that for me it just naturally blocks out the surrounding sound at mid level volume without the cancellation on (hope this is not due to my age and earring). Another checked box for me.
– Volume control. There is a difference with the volume controls between the in-line and Bluetooth. In the Bluetooth mode the headphones volume control controls the device volume. In the in-line mode the volume controls on the headphones are separate from the device volume controls and you may have to adjust both to achieve the desired volume.
When I plug in the headphones in on my iPhone or iPad the volume is automatically reduced on the device (must be a safety feature). The headphones volume controls will not change the volume on the device.
Didn’t like. – This may be just my thing but I like that all of the controls on the headphones are all on one side (the right side) another checked box for me. – Pairing. The SE7 pairing function is easy to use with no problems.
Once the SE7 Bluetooth ID is set up on your device, when you turn on the headphones it will automatically reconnect to your device. What I found so far is that it will only pair with one device at a time.
I bounce between my iPhone and iPad and have set up the SE7 Bluetooth ID connection on both. It seems that when I tune on the headphones the Bluetooth It will only automatically pair with the last device l use.
I have gotten used to concurrent device pairing. So this a bummer for me. – Battery life. The headphones battery life for the Bluetooth function isn’t a concern for me because I can use the in-line connection and keep going.
The battery percentage on the phone is more my concern. I think the COWIN SE7 are a great set of headphones and now I’m wondering what to do with the BOSE!.
I needed headphones for my now-remote work and school household, and for listening to audio books, and drowning out construction noises around me, so I started doing research and I agonized over all options! There are so many choices and price points.
You can easily spend anywhere from $20-500, and with a little research I could find equally good and bad reviews for any of them. I finally made the decision to buy these based on good reviews about the microphone, and a good sale price that brought these higher-priced set of headphones down to an affordable level for my budget.
AND I’M SO GLAD I DID! We had 2 wireless headphones at our house already: a cheap in-ear style that frankly is just garbage, and a high-end Sony over-the-ear noise cancelling type like these (but much more expensive).
So that’s what I’m comparing these to. And this pair is SO GOOD! Here’s what you should know:PROS:- Sound quality is great! Note: I’m not an audiophile, but I do care about quality sound in general, and these are clear, crisp, & lovely for anything from audio-books to music.
Just great. – Bluetooth range is so much better than our Sony headphones. My phone’s battery was low, so had to plug it in and with an audio book that always worries me because it generally means I’ll get spotty connection as I wonder around the house doing chores – but not with these! We have a large house, and I walked all over all 3 floors while my phone stayed on the 2nd floor plugged in.
Never lost connection – it’s so seamless. – Controls on the headset work great. Super easy to use, easy to feel for the right buttons while wearing and adjust to your needs. Pause the book, turn up or down the volume, turn on or off noise cancelling.
Easy. – And the noise cancelling is awesome! Like I said, we are under construction, while I try to work from home, and my kid is doing school from home. It’s a nightmare trying to hold a conversation, let alone have any focus, with multiple zoom calls, and a nail gun going off in the background.
I’d been using the Sonys for this purpose, but I have to say that the Cowin wins here too! Today was a much easier workday thanks to these!- Color! Beautiful. As mentioned we have a Sony set (they’re my husband’s) and I wanted to be able to quickly and easily be able to tell which are his and which are mine.
So his are black, and mine are teal. Check!CONS:- Another reviewer mentioned a sharp pinch point, and sure enough, as soon as I took them out of the box I pinched my finger in the joint. But really, now I’m more careful and it’s a non-issue.
(& that is the only criticism I can give so far – really!)UNKNOWN:- I haven’t had a chance to test the microphone on a call yet, but multiple people have given the mic good reviews here, so I’m not worried.
If there’s a problem, I’ll update this review. SUMMARY: Save yourself the agony I went through and get these. You can thank me later.
There are many different types of Bluetooth headphones available on the market, but finding the right pair for your Samsung TV can be a challenge. The best Bluetooth headphones for Samsung TVs will offer a comfortable fit, great sound quality, and easy compatibility with your TV.
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