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Bluedio T Monitor Review, Specs & Manual

If you need an inexpensive wireless bluetooth enabled pair of headphones, Bluedio T Monitor is an excellent option. At less than $40, they are super-cheap considering you get over 30 hours of playback.

The ear cups fit nicely over your ears and they are very comfortable to wear for long periods of time. The power and control buttons are on one side of the headphones. To turn on and off, you just hold down the power button. The notification sound is quite loud and you can’t turn it off. Wish it was a beep instead of a person speaking with an accent.

What about the sound quality? That’s where you really get your bang for the buck. It sounds amazingly good. The highs and good and clear. Bass is punchy and unlike normal headphones at this price range, you actually get bass, even at low volumes. For your average listeners, the Bluedio T Monitor will sound absolutely fantastic. Because if uses USB-C port as charging port and audio in, you’ll need to get a 3.5mm to USB-C adapter if you plan to use it plugged in.

Does is feel premium? Absolutely not. The headphones is super light but do feel cheap. At this price range though, it’s a good trade-off. I would not worry about breaking it and buying another pair for the road. Hey, it comes in 3 colors, black, red and yellow!

Specs & Features

Headphones Fit: Over-ear
Feature: Bass; Light-weight
Battery Life: 30 Hours
Standby Time: 1,000 Hours
Fully Charging Time: 2 Hours
Sensitivity: 118dB
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20KHz

User manual