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Nokia BH-504 review

These Nokia cans will give you a wonderfully detailed sound that's clear and open - just don't expect too much bass Tested at £60.00

Our Verdict

These wireless Bluetooth Nokia cans are light, comfortable and sound rather good

For

  • Clear, detailed sound
  • light, comfortable

Against

  • Safe sounding
  • bass light

The Nokia BH-504s are light, comfortable – and sound rather good.

They give you control via on-ear buttons with play/pause, skip track (although the skip track button doesn't work with the iPhone) and a function button for taking calls from a Bluetooth mobile.

Music is clear, open, organised and detailed. Drake's Shut It Down sounds crisp, full-bodied and musical.

Bass-lovers might miss the last word in extension and they have a tendency to sound a little safe, but these are well worthy of investigation.

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