Bluedio T4S Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones
- Active noise cancelling. Push a button, you can immerse in the pure music world without noise from outside
- Built for discerning ears - since they are tuned over and over again by professionals with optimized technology
- Incredible HiFi and bass with vector flow technology and 57mm big titanized driver units for ultra clear sound
- Fast charging technology gives you 3 hours long acoustic feast after 10 minutes' charging whenever you want
- Stylish appearance, with high-grade alloy body, rotatable structure, comfortable earmuffs, adjustable headbands
Exquisite alloy body, and ultra-soft ear cups.
|Features:||Active Noise-cancelling, Extra Bass|
|Function:||Answering Phone, Bluetooth, HiFi, Microphone, Noise Cancelling, Song Switching, Voice control, Voice Prompt|
|Cable Length (m):||1.5 m|
|Compatible with:||Computer, Mobile phone|
|Connecting interface:||3.5mm, Type-C|
|Connectivity:||Wired and Wireless|
|Frequency response:||15Hz ~ 25KHz|
|Plug Type:||3.5mm, USB Type-C|
|Bluetooth distance:||W/O obstacles 10m|
|Battery Types:||600mAh Li-ion Battery|
|Package size (L x W x H):||20.70 x 24.00 x 6.80 cm / 8.15 x 9.45 x 2.68 inches|
|Package weight:||0.6520 kg|
|Product size (L x W x H):||18.80 x 9.00 x 20.80 cm / 7.4 x 3.54 x 8.19 inches|
|Package Contents:||1 x Bluetooth Headset, 1 x Audio Cable, 1 x USB Charging Cable, 1 x Headset Bag, 1 x English User Manual|
|Package Contents||1*Headset,1*Type-C Charging Cable,1*3.5mm Audio Cable,1*Drawstring Bag,1*English User Manual|
Great sound and build quality, but terrible active noise cancellingAfter using these headphones for a year now, I thought it would be great to write a review. I own the Bluedio T3 and a Bose Quietcomfort 35 II along with these headphones.The build quality, like the previous T3 is excellent and it's built like a tank. They are also not as noisy to put on as the T3, which makes a terrible clanking sound all the time when handling them. They are not as heavy as the T3, so it is a little bit more comfortable to wear. The ear cups are only 2", but your ears can fit in when the headphones slide in between your head and the ear lobes.These headphones use the USB-C connection, and the included USB-C to 3.5mm stereo headphone jack will enable charging, or you can just charge them using a regular USB-C cable.Call quality. Just one word: terrible. Don't even try to use these headphones to make a call. The other party will find your voice very distorted, so much so as to be completely useless.Battery life is very good, and I actually haven't measured how long they last in actual use, as I have never had any low battery indication.Pairing with your phone, tablet, or bluetooth device is very easy.Now for the sound quality and active noise cancelling. The T4S is not as bass heavy as the previous T3, so the sound is much cleaner, with better mid-range response. So I prefer to use the T4S to the T3, depending on the music I'm listening to. For hip hop, I prefer the T3 due to the heavier bass, but for watching videos, the T4S is better. However, the sound is nowhere near as clear as the Bose of course, but the Bose cost around 4-5 times more than what I paid for this. As for the active noise cancelling, well, again, it's simply terrible. The noise cancelling itself is weak, and the sound goes from good to just plain awful. It's like listening to FM radio music then switching to AM music. All bass and treble disappears. Therefore I never use it. Unlike the Bose, where the noise cancelling is excellent and the sound is absolutely clear. You get what you pay for. From reviews I've seen on line, Bluedio still has not fixed this problem even in later models like the T6S. So if you want great active noise cancelling AND great audio, you will have to pay a lot more for something like a Sony WH-1000xm2 or a Bose Quietcomfort 35 II.Pros:1. Excellent build quality - built like a tank and should be extremely durable.2. Cleaner sound compared to the previous T3, not as bass heavy3. USB-C connection.4. Bluetooth pairing is very easy and simple, and will automatically connect to a previously paired device.5. A little bit lighter and more comfortable to wear compared to the T3, but heavier than a premium headphone like the Bose.Cons:1. Awful call quality - don't even try to use this when making a phone call.2. Active noise cancelling is poor and completely changes the audio quality for the worse - completely useless.
Great ProductProduct looks great, the sound quality is very good and noise cancelling works well.
Five StarsSo far so good ..Buy it
Awesome Headphones!The build quality of the Turbines is superb! The look and feel of these headphones is premium from the minute you open the box. The sounds quality is great and comparable to other name brand devices.The headphones fit well and are very comfortable. If you are looking for good quality headphones, the Bluedio Turbine T4S is a good buy.
Good valueWell, they’re no Bose, but for the price you could do a lot worse. I’m not an audiophile by any stretch of the imagination, but to me, the sound quality is great, and the headband is comfortable. It pairs quickly and I don’t have much of an issue with it dropping the connection.
Nice speakerGood sounds and good quality built
Excellent base and sound dampening.For the price nothing to dislike and everything to like. Better than my Beats phones.
Great sound, weak mic, active noise cancelling is meh.First off, very comfortable and great sound. I bought these about a year ago for air travel and areas where there is significant ambient noise. Having used active noise cancelling before, the feature was a big selling point for me. I was initially impressed, but later realized my impression was placebo.Like other comments, the mic is weak, which is annoying more than anything. Also, if it is idle for a period of time, it continuously disconnects/reconnects the Bluetooth and announces this action. I have not done much work to troubleshoot and attempt to resolve, but I would really like these deficiencies improved.If you are using them for listing to audio in a mostly quiet environment, they are great. The other capabilities need improvement.
Excelente ecualizacion y aislamiento del sonidoUn sonido eficaz
Surprisingly Good (For The Money)A lot of the reviews I’ve read compare these with Bose and other higher end headphones. This is false. Bose is far more comfortable and the sound quality is a lot better. Even Beats sound better.What I can tell you though is that for $50, this is an amazing package. Even without the ANC, just for the headsets and the sound quality, $50 is so cheap. I’ve tried headphones twice the price that delivered a worst sound than this.So here are my general impressions of the Bluedio T4S.Bluetooth Pairing - worked just fine.Sound through cable - amazing, competes with headphones twice the price.Sound through bluetooth - decent enough, a bit worse but I don’t complain.Comfort - Not extremely comfortable but not bad either. I feel they’re a bit tight, especially in warmer climates or maybe I’m used to in-ear models.ANC - seem to work but removes a lot of the sound quality. Not even close to Bose.Build quality, made out of metal and what I guess is fake leather. They seem strong enough to take a beating.Ergonomics - quite stupid, the same button does almost everything. It’s not intuitive.Price - It’s $50. What do you expect for this money? You can go a lot worse.Packaging - Big box, comes with an USB cable and an audio cable plus a small quality textile pouch.General impression - I’d take a pair of Beats or Bose over this any day. I’ve had a nice pair of Beats wireless that were far more comfortable and easier to use (until they broke). The thing is that those were about $125 more than this pair of headsets and while this won’t win any contests, I’m comfortable using it on a day to day basis.As far as battery life goes, I don’t know, I haven’t done a full cycle yet.So no, they’re not some hidden gem that’s just as good as a $400 pair of Bose. But they can compete well enough with most brands up to the $150 price limit, which is an incredible accomplishment in my eyes. Oh. And they’re bluetooth. And the battery lasts in theory 16 hours. I could barely get 12 hours on the Beats.So unless you really, really care about the best sound quality and you’re willing to pay extra for that marginal improvement, buy them. They’re worth the money.LE:#1 - I've finally understood where ANC makes sense. It is great for bass and for repetitive sounds like this. Maybe a train, bass music, etc. And yes, I'm impressed. Again, I'm not BOSE level impressed but it takes the edge of strong sounds and makes them more comfortable. And you can use it without music.#2 - I can swear that if I keep the headphones paired to just only one device instead of two, they sound better. Maybe it's just in my mind but I think there's a drop in audio quality when paired with a second device.#3 - These can't be folded. And they're big. Fortunately, I can place them in my laptop bag although they take a lot of space. And the small pouch is for the cables which is nice, I guess, but I'd rather have a case for them.#4 - Audio quality for voice calls is decent. It is not amazing, I've found the Apple earpods to be a lot better but as an added bonus, they work. It sounds a bit muffled but it's decent enough to make calls or record notes.#5 - There is no problem with video playback. I don't understand why so many people say that there is a delay. I've tried it in VLC and YouTube and it works just fine on bluetooth. Maybe it's very small and I don't notice it but again, it seems to work just fine.#6 - The more I wear them, the more I'm impressed with the build quality. I don't know if they can take a beating or not but these are light years away from your average $50 plastic headsets.