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Is there a decent alternative to apple AirPods Pro please? (Can't justify the cash but love the birthday boy lol)

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Iwonder777 · 06/10/2020 19:57

Can anyone advice on these lost on me techie items?

Thanks!

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Iwonder777 · 06/10/2020 21:17

Anyone 😂

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Fuzzysocksies · 06/10/2020 21:29

I have a pair of in-ear wireless headphones that are basically the same as Airpod Pros (but black) and they were £55ish on Amazon. Called EarFun Air.

They're number 7 on this list, but there's other good alternatives here too: www.whathifi.com/best-buys/best-wireless-earbuds-budget-and-premium

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Roominmyhouse · 06/10/2020 21:31

I bought the Cambridge audio melomania wireless ear buds based on reviews. They are £100 so cheaper than Apple earbuds but they are quite bulky so might not suit everyone. The sound quality is fab though.

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Atomsaway · 06/10/2020 21:48

I have some Beltune ones from Amazon. Maybe around £30-40. I’m really impressed with them. They last ages without charging, the quality of sound is good and I can use a hairdryer with them in and the noise is cancelled effectively.

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Iwonder777 · 06/10/2020 21:54

Ooh thanks

I'm wondering if any of these could pass as ear pods Grin

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Fuzzysocksies · 06/10/2020 22:42

I don't think you'll be able to pass them off as genuine Airpods if they're not, even if they look the part, when they connect to the phone they'll show up under a different name.

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PhoebeSnow · 06/10/2020 23:19

I got a fake pair for ds and they are fab; excellent sound and connects very well, and good battery only cost £25 from our local phone shop.

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