The Orosound Tilde Pro is a Bluetooth headset made for professionals in the modern world who need a headset to work wherever they go. Orosound takes a different approach and manufactures their products locally in France with the best quality in mind. If you care about quality, keep reading. If you don't then this won't be the headset for you!
Noise Canceling Microphone WITH Adjustable Sidetone: No longer will you have callers on the other end asking you to repeat yourself. The Orosound Tilde Pro has a great sounding microphone with enhanced noise cancellation.
Meaning, when you have kids screaming, dogs barking or co-workers talking to loud, the caller on the other end will be able to focus on your voice and not the distractions around you.
Sidetone is also a nice addition so you can slightly hear your own voice and talk at a normal volume.
Detachable Microphone: When you get off work, and want to use the Orosound Tilde Pro for personal audio, simply detach the mic boom and now you have a personal pair of headphones. No longer will you need one headset for business and another for personal audio.
Interchangeable Ear Cushion Speakers: Most headsets only give you the choice of speakers on-ear or over-ear. The Orosound Tilde Pro gives you more flexibility by allowing you to switch ear cushion sizes in the future if your preferences changes. This also gives you a longer lasting headset because if the speaker breaks, no need to buy a whole new headset.
Compatibility: One concern many customers have before they ever invest in a headset is compatibility. The Orosound Tilde Pro works with all leading UC call platforms like Microsoft Teams, Zoom, RingCentral, Cisco and many others.
USB Dongle Included: In the box is a proprietary USB Dongle that simply connects to your computer and gives you a more reliable connection vs pairing via Bluetooth. You also get the flexibility to connect with a mobile phone, and seamlessly switch between your computer or mobile phone.
Wired or Wireless: If your battery were to run low, simply connect the charge cord to your computer and you're now using the headset in wired mode. Your battery charges as you use your headset and gives you a bit of enhanced audio.
Active Noise Cancellation: The last thing you want to deal with is noise in an office, home environment or coffe shop. Good news is the Orosound Tilde Pro has customizable ANC so you can fine tune how much noise you want to let in.
Voice First: When you're in the zone listening to music, and someone comes up to talk to you, it's common to remove your headphones to hear. With Voice First, simply press a button on your headset and it opens the microphones for you to clearly hear whose talking. When done, press the Voice First button again and you're back to what you were listening to.
More Protection, More Peace Of Mind: You're covered with a 3 year warranty. That's 3x most other brands for peace of mind to have a quality headset that you know will last for many years.
Differences between the TILDE PRO variants
- TILDE® PRO S+ (on-ear WITH mic boom) Includes USB Dongle
- TILDE® PRO C+ (over-the ears WITH mic boom) Includes USB Dongle
See what Tech reviewers say
My use-case is taking Zoom calls and listening to focus music while working from noisy environments like cafes, or while working from home and doing background activities like cooking, cleaning, etc. I'm often on calls back-to-back all day long, with a mix of internal and external people (sales, recruiting, 1:1s, running meetings, etc).
I've tried a ton of well-reviewed headsets, and this is definitely the best I've found. But I'm still moderately disappointed.
1. It's too tight on me, and I get a headache after a few hours of wear. I'm told there's a break-in period of a few weeks, so fingers crossed.
2. It points a red light at end of the boom mic at the camera, super weird and distracting. You can enable "night mode" to turn this off, but the setting doesn't stick.
3. The configuration software isn't great in general, doesn't work on mobile, and requires a USB-C connection to work (can't just use bluetooth). Not the end of the world, but because of the night-mode issue (see above) it's pretty annoying.
4. The mic boom pops off a little too easily, which can be embarrassing during calls, or cause it to get lost in your bag during transit.
5. The headset does not fold up nicely (like bose qc35) for travel, making them a little suboptimal for on-the-go, especially with the mic boom popping off.
6. Pairing with a phone and a computer both can cause some weird behavior, though not as bad as others I've encountered. Improving this would make me use the headphones a lot more.
7. It doesn't display the battery % remaining in your connected phone or laptop, which really sucks, especially considering the battery life is not great.
8. Occasionally, it doesn't work when I join a new zoom meeting, despite it working just fine on the meeting before (no sound/mic). I have to turn the headphones off and on again (and maybe do another weird step, I can't remember) to make them work again. Really embarrassing and distracting.
1. Especially when coupled with the mac app krisp, people can't hear anything other than what I'm saying. No toilets flushing, no people talking loudly near me, no construction sounds on a loud street, no cooking sounds, nothing. I may have to speak up a little to sound good in those environments, but it works. The mic sound quality is totally good enough for calls, maybe not for podcast recording or whatever.
2. The sound quality is totally good enough for listening to music. Not the headphones for crazy audiophiles but I have no problem listening to music.
3. I really like that the noise canceling is enough to not let background sounds distract me, but not so much that I'm oblivious to what's going on around me.
4. The side tone is perfect (when turned all the way up to 5), I don't strain my voice when talking all day.
5. It looks fine, a little silly but not distracting or unprofessional.
6. You can talk while it's charging.
I really hope Orosound makes some improvements, I'd buy a v2 in a heartbeat (and probably one for each person on my whole team, too – right now it's not quiite good enough to recommend it unreservedly).
I work in a call center environment. I love this headset. I wanted a dedicated wireless headset for work that was more focused on vocal quality. This headset did not disappoint. The voice quality of my callers was very clear. My callers also mentioned they could hear my voice with great clarity. I wear a hearing aid in my left ear. This headset has no issues with hearing aids.
This product may not be for you if you're looking for good musical sound quality in a headset. I prefer to listen to music with my Bose Quiet Comfort 35. The removal mic boom is fantastic in noisy environments. Callers can hear your voice with good quality, and the ANC mutes background noise very well.
I can use the headset wireless for two work days without charging. I'm on the phone for 7-8 hours. The battery is supposed to last for 24 hours. After two days, the battery goes down to 20%. I have to charge the battery after two days. I envisioned three days on a full charge. Unfortunately, this is not the case—a minor inconvenience.
Overall very happy with this headset. A little expensive but worth the price!
This headset works very well, but it's a little tight on my head. It is just barely large enough for me. Any smaller and I would have to return it. I don't have any problems with the size of Bose, Sony, or any other headphones or headsets that I've tried. Orosound needs to make future products like this a little larger.
I have Bose NC700, Sony MX3, Airpod Pro 2022, and Plantronics b825m Voyager Focus UC as a reference to compare the Tilde Pro's for and have been looking for a perfect headset primarily for phone/Zoom/Teams/Meet calls all day long.
The Bose, the Sony MX3, and the Airpod Pros sound "better." The Bose are incredibly comfortable. ANC is probably a little bit better in the Bose NC700's but the Tilde Pros are pretty close.
The Tilde Pro's have much better audio pickup (that boom mic is amazing) and very strong background noise rejection. I would like the over the ear cups to be a touch softer, like the NC700. The build quality is the best of the group. Also, the Tilde Pros have an actual mute button that is easy to use and, even more importantly, there is a quick voice over that says "Mute On." However, while the headset says this, you can still hear the call (finally!). In contrast, the mute on the Bose NC700 is difficult to hit without turning off the headset and, when activated, the world's slowest mute message plays, completely obstructing the meeting.
Also, the Tilde Pros seem much better at staying connected to the appropriate device (my Mac or my iPhone) and are even better than the Airpods. For calls, I haven't found anything better than the Tilde Pros. If they improved the sound quality and softened the cups, they would be perfect.
Hi Sean, well done on the break down! This is a very fair and unbiased review. Let us know if we can help any further in the future.
I have very sensitive ears. The solid earpads on the Jabra Evolve2 75 hurt my ears after only a few minutes of use. These with the earcups actually are quite comfortable. The headset really reduces the noise in the area to almost nothing. I would like the range to be a bit longer (dropped a call when I was at the other side of the house) but in general this does almost completely what I was wanting. Great sound. Makes work calls easy. I can mute from a button on the side of the mic. Overall a great product.
Own the Poly - Voyager Focus 2 and the Bose 700, this headset beats them both (I wear glasses). The microphone works perfectly while the headset itself is something I can wear all day without a second thought. But - you will lose the attached microphone. It's held onto the headset with moderate strength magnets. This is not a complaint, but do not think you can treat this device the same way you handle other headsets - otherwise your microphone will simply disappear. I had to retrace my steps twice in the first 3 days to retrieve the microphone from a sidewalk or elsewhere because it was jostled off its tenuous mount. Keep that in mind - and you will appreciate how well this headset performs. I purchased a 2nd mic and dongle in anticipation of losing either, and by the time the 2nd mic arrived, I had permanently lost the original mic (for the time being, might find it later). Again, just advice, but I'd purchase this setup all over again. Great performer.
Hi John, thanks for taking the time to leave your feedback and glad you like the headset overall. Let us know if we can help in the future.