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Bluetooth Headphones Wireless Sports Earphones w/ Mic, $12.71 (Regular 23.99)

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Are there any good?
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Are there any good?
$10 noname wireless never are any good
that's why most of their reviews are faked.
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I have X6 sounds good.
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Are there any good?
I wouldn't expect great sound quality or loud volume without distortion. They are probably pretty good for the price. I have a similar pair and I love mine. I use them for running and they work great for staying on and not getting in the way.
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Fakespot DDDDD
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"Noise cancelling" in these cheapo earbuds almost always indicates cancellation of OUTGOING noise when you're speaking on your phone. Just FYI.
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I actually got these last week and am very surprised on the quality. Very good. I'm in for another pair. Good sound bass.
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"Noise cancelling" in these cheapo earbuds almost always indicates cancellation of OUTGOING noise when you're speaking on your phone. Just FYI.
You're optimistic. I've always interpreted "noise cancelling" to mean the rubber ear pieces naturally block some outside sounds, hence they can claim they "cancel noise." NOTHING is too underhanded for marketing departments.
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You're optimistic. I've always interpreted "noise cancelling" to mean the rubber ear pieces naturally block some outside sounds, hence they can claim they "cancel noise." NOTHING is too underhanded for marketing departments.
It uses Qualcomm CVC noise cancellation that's built into the chipset. All of these cheap Bluetooth v4.1 earphones use the same chipset with AptX and CVC 6.0. Not a bad featureset for such cheap earphones.
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$10 noname wireless never are any good
that's why most of their reviews are faked.
I'm very happy with my $10 set of Bluetooth v4.1 wireless headphones (of another style). Good battery life, and sounds good to me. The amount of bass just comes down to how well the earbuds seal the ear canal.

With that said, I also have a pair of Otium Bluetooth v4.1 headphones that are unusable for phone calls as the person on the other end always hears their own voice echo back to them. I only use those for music now.

Given how often these go for $10 or less, I wouldn't pay more than $10 for one of these. So this is a non-deal to me.
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Good battery life
this is my greatest fear of all noname copies of Beats models;
that they all use inferior batteries that fail to hold a charge,
or have inferior bluetooth+antenna consistent range ability.
what good is anything wireless when they use shit batteries
that only hold up a month after they are non returnable.

i trust that most WIRED chinese noname earbuds are great,
but then any child hobbyist can engineer those.
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You're optimistic. I've always interpreted "noise cancelling" to mean the rubber ear pieces naturally block some outside sounds, hence they can claim they "cancel noise." NOTHING is too underhanded for marketing departments.
Yeah, I've seen some pretty sloppily written ad copy when it comes to describing cheap headsets' supposed ability to cancel noises. The more accurate expression for the passive blockage of sound that you're describing would be "noise isolating" or "noise blocking".

The usual implementation of outgoing noise cancellation requires a second microphone (one to pick up your voice, the other to listen for ambient noises and subtract/cancel those. I think cheap headsets, especially those which are blatant clones of more expensive brands like Jawbone, often skip the second mic to maximize profits.
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$10 noname wireless never are any good
that's why most of their reviews are faked.
They are not no-name, OP just didn't put brand name in post for some reason. Brand is Otium, but I didn't see the model handy.

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I have X6 sounds good.
I got the Otium X6 also and agree. They were on sale for $10

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071GFWJ6B

Other Otium models have been on sale as low as $10 before and gotten 70 thumbs up on Slickdeals:

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They are not no-name, OP just didn't put brand name in post for some reason. Brand is Otium, but I didn't see the model handy.
Otium is equivalent to no-name, like most all the other Chinese brands of bluetooth headphones. I own a pair of Otium and there isn't anything that differentiates them from the crowd. In this category, I buy what's cheapest.
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