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5 Reviews for Tuitager Bluetooth Headphones

  1. Cherry Thomas and Austin Thomas

    For starters, I would have given this review and entire 5 star rating but there were a few things that I wanted to point out that keep me at a 4 star. I have revised my original posting and gave this product a five star instead of a four star. Great headphones and the manufacture are a great company. A banging good deal on headphones for the price you pay. Very reasonable. I want to talk about the Pros of these headphones. There are a lot of them so be patient with me.*They are very comfortable and lightweight and that there are times they are so comfortable that I forget that I am wearing them. The cups sizes are great for your ears. I wear 8 earrings, four in each ear and I wear the headphones over them and again, you do not feel them pinch or bothering you.*They are completely wireless. I use my headphones only for TV watching. I have a brand new 70″ Vizio TV equipped with bluetooth so these work perfect paired to me TV without any cords, adapters, or signal boxes.*They pair to my television within a matter of seconds.*There is no signal drop as they always stay connected any only will kick out of bluetooth mode if you happen to go out of range (so many feet away)*These are noise cancelling because once they are on and you can hear through them, then there is no distracting noises around you. You just head the TV. Again, my use for these headphones is strictly for TV watching only. I have other headphones for my other devices like my IPhone, Table, Computer.*This comes with a pre-programmed 6 setting equalizer for better sound. This boost the loudness of the headphone perhaps up to 50%-75%. So there is always a setting for everyone depending on their hearing needs. I love to have mine up real loud and you can hear every pin drop sound that they make on the show or movie that you are watching.*The lip sync voice matching is great. There is no delay or pause between the sound transmitting to the tv to the headphones. In other words, their mouths on tv match with what you actually hear on the headphones. There is no delay.*You are able to control the volume by the television volume or there is always the volume control at the side of the headphones.*I connect mine via bluetooth directly to the tv’s bluetooth for signal. I do not plug them in 3.5 Aux Jack that can be connected through RCA cables. Or an optical line. It takes so much of the sound quality away from them if you connect that way. All though I do not believe these are able to connect to a optical audio source. But if you use RCA cables and 3.5 wire, you’re only getting half of the experience.*They are stereo sounding and no mono tones, analog sounding. I love to have my music and TV up loud and these do the trick. I have used a lot of other brand headphones like Beats, Bose, Apple Ear Buds, and it seems the more expensive the headphones are, the more they do not work. They all seem to limit to the sound quality whether its how high you can turn up the volume, equalizer, or bass, treble adjustments. But with these headphones, the price is right for what you get. They are plenty loud as long as you connect via bluetooth if your TV supports it.*The battery life is a lot. The box it came with said they last up to a full 50 hours on a single charge, but I forgot to plug them into the USB charger one night and left the power button on and I went to them the next day and they still had about 20 hours of battery usage for that day.*Charging the headphones are fast. With a 10 minute charge you can easily get out 2-3 hours of listening time. On a full charge, and this is from my experience, I got about 60-70 hours out of them. I would say if they fully die on you and require a full charge up, then perhaps 3-4 hours for complete charge.*There are led light indicators on the headphones themselves that tell you when the headphones are charging and when they are done charging. Blue for a complete charge, and red for charging.*Most of all I love that they are not connected to any cord that you may forget about having them plugged into and get up from the couch and pull your headphones off by tripping over a bulky cord and tearing apart the headphones. You can walk around with them as long is its in range of the bluetooth then they stay connected.Now some of the Cons about these. But they are very few and minor and I believe that the good pros outdo the cons. So its still worth it.*Since I like the headphones really loud, I think they could have been able to let a person turn it up another notch or two. But they are fine the way they are.*Sometimes you have to connect it twice to connect it to bluetooth. Not all the time, but sometimes when they start to pair when you turn them on, it shows connecting but then it will say out of range and you have to start over with pairing them. But I have never had to to do this more than twice. 90% of the time they connect on the first try. I do not know if that is a signal thing in the headphones itself or TV.*Only once did they drop the sign from on to off even when I was only five feet away from the TV. Most of the time I can go into the next room or two and they will stay connected so I was a bit puzzled when it dropped only five feet away. And that was only once so far. They haven’t done it since. Maybe a weak signal. I am not sure.*They should have not put the equalizer button so close to the pairing button because if you are wearing the headphones and want to adjust the bass let’s say, you think you are aiming for the equalizer changing button when in fact you are hitting the pairing button and then you end up turning off the headphones all together and then you have to reconnect.*Also when you do hit the connect button when they are already connected, it basically turn the bluetooth off and then a message pops up on your TV stating that you have disconnected the headphones. That is sometimes kind of annoying if you are in the middle of DVR’ing a show or something. So I just try to keep it at the loudest equalizer setting and never go to adjust it for this reason.*When the headphones connect, a volume control line appears on the screen of your TV and tells you the volume level which always defaults to halfway volume up. Again, if you are watching a TV program and you want to turn down the headphones, they are putting the level line on the TV screen that meters the volume. It just their way of showing that the volume is going up or down. I think they could have taken that away and by placing a beep inside the headphone that beeps when it reaches its max volume or min volume. But again, this is real petty considering these headphones are the loudest so far that I have come across in a long time.So that is about it. I think you will be very happy with your purchase if you decide to buy these. Once more, everybody has different hearing levels whether they like it loud, soft, deep bass, high treble so I would recommend you play with the 6 different sound audios and pick the right one that suits your listening needs. These really are worth the price and if anything ever went wrong with these headphones, if they wear out, or I want to get a backup pair, I would buy these again before anything else. Because already knows that they are perfect for me so I wouldn’t buy anything else that would disappointment me, waste time and money when I know that these do the trick. Overall these get a 4 star, More like 4 1/2 stars. I am extremely happy with my purchase of these. Thanks for reading.

  2. BPA

    Didn’t want to drop $100+ on headphones that I don’t plan on using all that much so I bought these.Just got them today and tried them out. They are fairly comfortable on the head and ears.The controls are a little “wonky”, but they work.It supposedly has a 6 preset EQ built in, but as far as I can tell, you have no way of knowing which one you have selected.I do like that you can plug it in with the 3.5 jack, I have a roku ultra with the remote that has a headphone jack and my tv has Bluetooth connection as well.I am going to try to load music onto a 32gb SD card and see how it works, so I don’t always have to carry my phone when out walking.It has a built in FM tuner and seemed to pick up the strongest local channels inside the house.I mainly got these for watching TV at night when my wife goes to bed and possibly for when I’m on the riding mower cutting grass this spring.These are $20 headphones so I’m not going to try to compare them to JBL’s or Beats, which I don’t have anyway. I think they will work for my needs. YMMV!

  3. Stephen Smart

    These work well for basic headphones for use with my PC. Sound quality is better than I had expected at the price, even has decent bass. I use them all the time while watching Youtube or listening to music from my PC or Amazon music. I have an older PC/motherboard that does not have bluetooth so I have a USB bluetooth adapter and these work perfectly with them. The only thing I would change if I could would be to make the ear opening in the cushions bigger. I have what I consider small ears and these can start to feel uncomfortable after prolonged use. After about an hour and a half my ears start to feel a little discomfort. I cant tell you how well an SD card would work with these, I have not tried it. I don’t use the controls because I do it all through the PC, but I have tried a few times after a quick look at the instructions and I could not get them to do what I thought they were supposed to do so I can’t speak for the controls. I would not recommend these for anyone needing to mix music or do any serious recording, these are basics but they do a good job for daily use on the PC.

  4. BPA

    Didn’t want to drop $100+ on headphones that I don’t plan on using all that much so I bought these.Just got them today and tried them out. They are fairly comfortable on the head and ears.The controls are a little “wonky”, but they work.It supposedly has a 6 preset EQ built in, but as far as I can tell, you have no way of knowing which one you have selected.I do like that you can plug it in with the 3.5 jack, I have a roku ultra with the remote that has a headphone jack and my tv has Bluetooth connection as well.I am going to try to load music onto a 32gb SD card and see how it works, so I don’t always have to carry my phone when out walking.It has a built in FM tuner and seemed to pick up the strongest local channels inside the house.I mainly got these for watching TV at night when my wife goes to bed and possibly for when I’m on the riding mower cutting grass this spring.These are $20 headphones so I’m not going to try to compare them to JBL’s or Beats, which I don’t have anyway. I think they will work for my needs. YMMV!

  5. Sven Galileo, Flageolet Maestro Extraordinare

    Booming bass, as advertised, no contest there. The microphone is just mediocre. It’s promoted as being “HD” which I’m presuming is supposed to mean high definition? I found pairing to be a breeze with an iPhone. Other devices have been hit and miss. Keep trying. With my Samsung television, the lag between audio and video was so long that it precludes seriously watching anything, except perhaps foreign language cartoons dubbed into English, where the viewer has no expectations of proper alignment. Paired directly with a mac mini, it’s just barely passable for watching films. Really, these are only ideal for audio. The battery life thus far is impressive. For under $30 these are worth it. The SD card reader is great, as you can pack a native media library with enough audio books and music to last a lifetime. I just had to knock a star off because of the microphone. They are pretty comfortable as well. I have a large head and wore them for a few hours without any discomfort. TLDR? If the microphone is unimportant, and you’re not looking for a headset specifically for watching films, you will probably be happy with this item.

  6. Jace

    I dont like paying much for headphones. Call me cheap, but I guess I just dont hear enough of a difference between a $25 pair and a $300 set of Bose to warrant the difference.These are very flimsy headphones and feel very delicate, and likely won’t last longer than a year, but the sound is good enough, they are relatively comfortable, they stay charged over 24 hours and they get the job done. There are obviously better headphones out here, but for the price, I cant complain at all.I gave it 4 stars, but its more like 4.5 for $25. I cant give it a 5 because as I said, these headphones are never 5’s…but Id recommend to anyone looking for a decent cheap option.If these last more than a year, I will come back and give it a 5.

  7. Dr.Rick

    I’ve gone through a lot of headphones in my time and this is one of my favorites.+ 2 Star: Battery Life: They last longer then other similar priced headphones, I can go about 12 hours no charging. Something that I really appreciate is it doesn’t tell you with a overly annoying noise the battery is low at 20%, the noise is just a subtle reminder+2 Star: Quality : Unlike ALOT of other headphones these ones are genuinely noise canceling which is nice and they fit well to, they don’t dig in your skull or are so loose they fall off all the time, and the range of adjustment is good to.+ 1 Star: Price: To be honest I would pay more then what they ask for these headphones so I appreciate them keeping it budget friendly

  8. Jerry Warriner

    I bought this to use with my Dell laptop and was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality. I didn’t test it with music, only dialogue. The only problem was a tight fit over my ears but that’s a minor issue. I compared it with more expensive headphones and found it comparable in quality. The bluetooth feature was problematic. Fortunately the headphones come with plugs that fit my laptop’s miniport.

  9. CJ Connor

    Had these for a few months now, they work fine and are fairly comfortable. My only complaints are that when I push the pairing mode button, a loud screeching static noise until I press the button again. The volume control buttons also do not work. They are supposed to double as seek buttons and volume buttons, pressing once for volume and twice to skip, only the skip function works, regardless of if you press it once or twice.

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Tuitager Bluetooth Headphones

Tuitager Bluetooth Headphones offer extended listening without discomfort.

Highlights
Tuitager Bluetooth Headphones: 60 hours playtime, HiFi stereo, 6 EQ modes.
Pros

- Wireless convenience
- Noise cancellation
- Comfortable fit

Cons

- Short battery life
- Limited range
- Mediocre sound quality

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$19.98

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// DESCRIPTION

The Tuitager Bluetooth Headphones Over-Ear are a must-have audio accessory for anyone who enjoys a high-quality listening experience. With an impressive 60 hours of playtime, users can enjoy their favorite tunes for extended periods without any interruptions. Equipped with an advanced Bluetooth 5.0 chip, these headphones deliver high definition stereo sound and deep bass, making them perfect for music lovers.

One of the standout features of the Tuitager Bluetooth Headphones Over-Ear is the ability to choose from six EQ modes. This feature allows users to personalize their listening experience and enjoy CD quality sound in Bass, Jazz, Voice, Rock, Pop, or Classic. Additionally, the built-in microphone provides stable transmission speed and hands-free phone communication, making it perfect for individuals who are always on the go.

// MEDIA GALLERY

// FEATURES

  • Up to 60 Hours of Playtime
  • HiFi Stereo Headphones
  • Optimized Sound Quality with 6 EQ Modes
  • Bluetooth 5.0 & Built-in Microphone
  • Comfortable and Foldable Design
  • // Q & A

    Do these have FM radio?

    Second set same headphones with no FM reception, just heavy static. Tampa Bay metro area

    I’m having trouble getting my sd card (loaded with music) to play when inserted. pressing the mode button takes me to pairing or fm stations? any help

    The sd card must contain mp3 or wma content for the headphones to make use of it.

    How do you charge the headphones? I used them for a few days but now they keep shutting off. The battery says 20% on my computer and it will not charg

    The computer USB port does not provide enough voltage to charge them all the way. You need a charging block that plugs into the wall with 2.1v or better.

    Do these block some of the outside / ambient noise?

    Yes it does a great job blocking outside noise.

    Can you pair two of the same headsets to one TV with Bluetooth sound?

    Yes


    // SPECS

    Package Dimensions5.98 x 5.98 x 3.27 inches
    Item Weight10.8 ounces
    Item model number9S
    Batteries1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
    Date First Available2021, August 18
    DepartmentUnisex Child
    ManufacturerTuitager
    Country of OriginChina
    Department: Unisex Child
    Origin Country: China
    Model #: 9S
    Tuitager Bluetooth Headphones
    released on August 18, 2021

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    Wireless headphones with Bluetooth connectivity. High-quality sound and noise-cancellation features. Comfortable to wear with a secure fit. Long battery life for extended use. Convenient controls for adjusting volume and answering calls.

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