Finlux Wireless Bluetooth Headphones FLXBHPH6B – Good

Arrived promptly well packaged and included a carry pouch and usb charger cable in package. The sound was extremely good and i was very impressed with the low noise leakage at a decent volume. The only downside is the microphone for receiving calls but this is no worse than most hands free type systems and as i mainly ordered to listen to music on then this is not a problem for meupdate:- unfortunately i have had to return but i will be reordering.

I had these for 6 months from new and was very impressed with sound quality, battery life, aesthetics and they connected seamlessly. However they have now had to be sent back as the left can is no longer working. Such a shame as really liked them.

Love them so far – seem to have a long battery life (i have not had to charge them yet) and a decent range for bluetooth. Nice to have some controls on the headphone itself toothey also have the bonus of being very comfortable – why would you pay more?. Here are the specifications for the Finlux Wireless Bluetooth Headphones FLXBHPH6B:

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  • AMAZING SOUND QUALITY: Great passive noise cancellation and fantastic sound range
  • LONG-LASTING AND EASY TO USE: Up to 10 hours playback time and a 10m wireless range with a built-in microphone and a built-in remote control to change track and volume
  • COMFORTABLE & STYLISH: Finlux Bluetooth headphones are super light and really comfortable for prolonged listening experience. The stylish design will up your daily commute and park runs alike.
  • EASY TO MAINTAIN: Finlux headphones come in a beautiful packaging – ideal for gifting – which includes a carry pouch and a USB cable for easy charging.
  • ADDITIONAL INFO: Bluetooth 4.0+APTX, Supports A2DP 1.2, AVRXP1.4, HFP 1.6, HSP 1.2.

My regular headphones are either a £200 pair of sennheisers or a £300 pair of sonys, so i start by saying i might be a little too harsh on the sound quality of these. Having said that, they’re not bad — a little bass heavy (head shakingly at times), but the highs and mids are there, so by playing with the graphic equalizer it’s possible to get a decent sound. They’re also comfortable, even as a glasses wearer. Although, prolonged wearing will make your ears warm due to the leatherette padding and closed backs, but all headphones of that style will suffer from the problem. As it’s hard to tell from the photos, and there’s no other mention of it, these are circumaural. I had a lot of hassle trying to get the headphones and its microphone to work with windows 10, but i’ve worked out the issue, and figured it might be helpful to others. I had windows set up to respond to ‘hey cortana’, and after turning that off, everything is working fine now. I have deducted a point for the price, as at £70 they’re a little over priced. So in summary: reasonable sound, comfort and build quality; a smidgen overpriced.

Great headphones for the price, as good as many more expensive options.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Not bad at all
  • The sound was extremely good and I was very impressed with the low noise
  • Unfortunately faulty

Firstly, i have to admit that my primary purpose for purchasing these headphones was for watching videos on my phone in bed, as i’m sick of nearly decapitating myself with wires. However, i’ve put them to good use for music and audio too in the week-or-so that i’ve had them. Here’s what i think:trebles – not bad at allmids – reasonablebass – things get a little muddythe bass response in itself is reasonable, but the effect that it has on the treble and mids muddies the overall sound a little. It’s not unbearable, but it lacks the wow factor and the crispness that i was secretly hoping to find (i know, £25 set of bluetooth cans). Spoken word is fine, making these great for audiobooks/podcasts and the like. Reasonably comfortable for prolonged periods of listening – they do get a little warm, due to the closed-cup design. For me, i’m happy with that tradeoff for the noise-reducing functionality that this design offers. The volume controls on the right cup are a nice touch. Very easy to navigate/adjust the music without fumbling around.

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One Response to Finlux Wireless Bluetooth Headphones FLXBHPH6B – Good

  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars Good says:
    My regular headphones are either a £200 pair of sennheisers or a £300 pair of sonys, so i start by saying i might be a little too harsh on the sound quality of these. Having said that, they’re not bad — a little bass heavy (head shakingly at times), but the highs and mids are there, so by playing with the graphic equalizer it’s possible to get a decent sound. They’re also comfortable, even as a glasses wearer. Although, prolonged wearing will make your ears warm due to the leatherette padding and closed backs, but all headphones of that style will suffer from the problem. As it’s hard to tell from the photos, and there’s no other mention of it, these are circumaural. I had a lot of hassle trying to get the headphones and its microphone to work with windows 10, but i’ve worked out the issue, and figured it might be helpful to others. I had windows set up to respond to “hey cortana”, and after turning that off, everything is working fine now. I have deducted a point for the price, as at £70 they’re a little over priced. So in summary: reasonable sound, comfort and build quality; a smidgen overpriced.
    • Verified Purchase says:
      My regular headphones are either a £200 pair of sennheisers or a £300 pair of sonys, so i start by saying i might be a little too harsh on the sound quality of these. Having said that, they’re not bad — a little bass heavy (head shakingly at times), but the highs and mids are there, so by playing with the graphic equalizer it’s possible to get a decent sound. They’re also comfortable, even as a glasses wearer. Although, prolonged wearing will make your ears warm due to the leatherette padding and closed backs, but all headphones of that style will suffer from the problem. As it’s hard to tell from the photos, and there’s no other mention of it, these are circumaural. I had a lot of hassle trying to get the headphones and its microphone to work with windows 10, but i’ve worked out the issue, and figured it might be helpful to others. I had windows set up to respond to “hey cortana”, and after turning that off, everything is working fine now. I have deducted a point for the price, as at £70 they’re a little over priced. So in summary: reasonable sound, comfort and build quality; a smidgen overpriced.

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