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Bose ® AE2w Bluetooth Headphones £139.99 at Amazon

£139.99 @ Amazon
Very well reviewed headphones at what appears to be their lowest ever price on Amazon. Normally £199.99. Read More
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Bigbadhoff, I work damned hard for my money and I'll spend it as I want. There's no reason anybody should be starving in this country with the welfare state we've got. Maybe those that claim to be should give up their sky tv, booze, fags and scratchcards. Merry Christmas everyone.
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Ironic that people on here criticise the spend on headphones whilst also posting (- 6) deals for 500 quid cameras..

Criticising consumerism as an active member of a shopping website is a bit like the criticism of gluttony by a sumo wrestler.

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#1
Remember folks, a Bose deal doesn't mean you automatically hit the COLD button!

Looks like a decent deal and the lowest price it's been on Amazon
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00CD1FB26/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en

Heat applied!

Edited By: spannerzone on Dec 25, 2014 10:18
#2
Heat given for the deal, just paid £199 for these from John Lewis. IMHO not worth the money; I've been using a 30 quid pair of corded Panasonics and have tried other bluetooth sets in the £40-£100 area and found the build quality to be rubbish and the sound inferior to the corded. Thought the hell with it and try an expensive pair so bought the Bose. Build quality is excellent and they are easy to set up but the sound quality just isn't there for the price. I'll stick with the Panasonics and return the Bose in the New Year.
#3
machman1209
Heat given for the deal, just paid £199 for these from John Lewis. IMHO not worth the money; I've been using a 30 quid pair of corded Panasonics and have tried other bluetooth sets in the £40-£100 area and found the build quality to be rubbish and the sound inferior to the corded. Thought the hell with it and try an expensive pair so bought the Bose. Build quality is excellent and they are easy to set up but the sound quality just isn't there for the price. I'll stick with the Panasonics and return the Bose in the New Year.

If your as fussy as me you probably wont find a perfect Bluetooth set. The Bluetooth encoding limits sound quality
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Bigbadhoff, I work damned hard for my money and I'll spend it as I want. There's no reason anybody should be starving in this country with the welfare state we've got. Maybe those that claim to be should give up their sky tv, booze, fags and scratchcards. Merry Christmas everyone.
#5
Can someone advise please? These or Bowers & Wilkins P5 Series 2? in terms of sound quality?
#6
How do these compare to the v moda m100 have the v moda so is it worth getting these
#7
Any one know if it is any better than my parrot zik. How is the bass quality in bose, any comparison with zik please
#8
Get the B&W P7's and the V-Moda's are good too
#9
Shame these are noise cancelling. I've been looking for the QC15 or QC25s for a while but they are never discounted.
#10
userhukd0
Any one know if it is any better than my parrot zik. How is the bass quality in bose, any comparison with zik please
bass is better in yours parrots
#11
I got Bose QC3 and love them. Was trying many different headphones all sorts of beats, Denon and sennheiser's but still Bose are my favourite brand. If you got chance try Philips Fidelio. One of best sound I've heard
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quglarz
I got Bose QC3 and love them. Was trying many different headphones all sorts of beats, Denon and sennheiser's but still Bose are my favourite brand. If you got chance try Philips Fidelio. One of best sound I've heard


Forgot about loads of AKG headphones that I've tried
#13
Recommendations for Bluetooth headphones that aren't quite this expensive?
#14
herrbz
Recommendations for Bluetooth headphones that aren't quite this expensive?
Sonys SBH series Bluetooth devices. just pair them with low resistance headphones and you have Bluetooth with remote track control to boot.
#15
August EP650. Best value for money thing I ever bought
#16
I have these. They really should have a rewind and forward button like my sennheiser mm550's.....
#17
mrsuave
I have these. They really should have a rewind and forward button like my sennheiser mm550's.....
hello mate how is the sound quality? is it worth to buy them at this price?
#18
just get the back beat pros if you are looking for the best BT cans out there at the moment....good reduction on these though, and therefore heated up! :0)
banned 2 Likes #19
order through Argos and get quidco 6% + they will pay the VAT to HMRC - its the same price boys and girls
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Ironic that people on here criticise the spend on headphones whilst also posting (- 6) deals for 500 quid cameras..

Criticising consumerism as an active member of a shopping website is a bit like the criticism of gluttony by a sumo wrestler.
#22
Real question will always be: are you prepared to trade SQ for convenience of cordless? Even A2DP won't come to corded standard.
BOSE not the best noise cancellers IME....Sony do a better digital NC headphone - SQ just as good as BOSE, NC better.

Edited By: barbiegirl on Dec 27, 2014 12:01
#23
barbiegirl
Real question will always be: are you prepared to trade SQ for convenience of cordless? Even A2DP won't come to corded standard.
BOSE not the best noise cancellers IME....Sony do a better digital NC headphone - SQ just as good as BOSE, NC better.

What models would you advise looking at?
#24
ashsufc1889
barbiegirl
Real question will always be: are you prepared to trade SQ for convenience of cordless? Even A2DP won't come to corded standard.
BOSE not the best noise cancellers IME....Sony do a better digital NC headphone - SQ just as good as BOSE, NC better.

What models would you advise looking at?

I am currently using (when using closed back over ear headphones) Sony NC500D - but they aren't made any more - I recently got a second pair, used from Ebay USA. http://www.cnet.com/uk/products/sony-mdr-nc500d/

For open back listening at home I use AKG 701 via a Matrix M Stage which is fed by an HRT II USB DAC.

For really noisy environments or critical listening that's portable I am lucky enough to have some bespoke IEM - 1964 V-Quads.

I really think BOSE is overpriced and thus a bit overrated. If you want cheaper noise cancellers then Goldring NS1000 will surprise you in terms of price:SQ ratio http://www.richersounds.com/product/all-headphones/goldring/ns1000-expedition/gold-ns1000-exp (these run on normal batteries and work when the battery is flat, unlike many NC headphones).

But remember that sound is a very subjective thing; what I might like, you may not etc.
#25
barbiegirl
ashsufc1889
barbiegirl
Real question will always be: are you prepared to trade SQ for convenience of cordless? Even A2DP won't come to corded standard.
BOSE not the best noise cancellers IME....Sony do a better digital NC headphone - SQ just as good as BOSE, NC better.

What models would you advise looking at?


I am currently using (when using closed back over ear headphones) Sony NC500D - but they aren't made any more - I recently got a second pair, used from Ebay USA. http://www.cnet.com/uk/products/sony-mdr-nc500d/

For open back listening at home I use AKG 701 via a Matrix M Stage which is fed by an HRT II USB DAC.

For really noisy environments or critical listening that's portable I am lucky enough to have some bespoke IEM - 1964 V-Quads.

I really think BOSE is overpriced and thus a bit overrated. If you want cheaper noise cancellers then Goldring NS1000 will surprise you in terms of price:SQ ratio http://www.richersounds.com/product/all-headphones/goldring/ns1000-expedition/gold-ns1000-exp (these run on normal batteries and work when the battery is flat, unlike many NC headphones).

But remember that sound is a very subjective thing; what I might like, you may not etc.

WOW, thanks. I'll have a look more closely into those!


Edited By: ashsufc1889 on Dec 27, 2014 12:30
#27
You can spend a lifetime trying to find equivalent items such as headphones for a bargain price sometimes it is possible but more often than not it not, here is an example that its worth sometimes spending the extra money. I bought cheap and reasonably priced headphones in the past and they just don't come anywhere close to the build and sound quality of Bose, fact try it yourself if you doubt me.
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Why do people find the need to constantly moan and abuse people. This is unposed to be. Site for sharing deals and all I seem to find lately is people judging and throwing random remarks around. This is not a site to discuss how people spend their money or the welfare of the country.

People really need to chill out!
#29
Bigbadhoff
I've nothing against this deal....but it says a lot about our society when some can afford to p**s £200 on a pair of headphones whilst others in the same country can't afford to eat!


That someone may have worked very hard for their £200 to spend on whatever they want. Don't think this is the place to be expressing opinion about extravagance and poverty.
1 Like #30
legohead1977
Why do people find the need to constantly moan and abuse people. This is unposed to be. Site for sharing deals and all I seem to find lately is people judging and throwing random remarks around. This is not a site to discuss how people spend their money or the welfare of the country.

People really need to chill out!


Yes totally agree. I think there is a lot of 'trolling' going on at the moment as well.
#31
flang
Shame these are noise cancelling. I've been looking for the QC15 or QC25s for a while but they are never discounted.

try peter tyson for QC15s at £180 free next day delivery
link

Looks like you can now get £10 off that price now too
(FOR A FURTHER £10 OFF - ENTER CODE 478296 AT CHECKOUT.)



Edited By: hoof hearted on Dec 27, 2014 13:23: CORRECTION
#32
Excellent price for these headphones, quality from Bose
1 Like #33
It's funny that when someone made a comment about our society, so many of the posters felt a need to defend their lifestyle. Perhaps there's a reason for that.

I probably make more than all of you and spend it as I please. But he has a fair point.

Even I realise this country is completely unbalanced and I don't understand how people can afford to live on benefits.
Hopefully all the people that had a go at him, never have a child who ends up unable to get a job ;)
#34
tomi_szast
mrsuave
I have these. They really should have a rewind and forward button like my sennheiser mm550's.....
hello mate how is the sound quality? is it worth to buy them at this price?

Ive had Sennheiser mm450X £140 & just had the MM550X at £135 from an Amazon lightening deal a joke of an rrp at £300.Also these Bose £150 & none of them are worth the money & were all returned or sold on. The best pair I have kept are Philips Fidelio M1/BT which I picked up for £107 again Amazon deal.To be honest they all sound very similar and all have poor high volume but the Fidelio look the best and are most comfortable & were at the time the cheapest.
#35
Do try Bose before you buy. I have never enjoyed the sound out of Bose headphones. Can't quite pin down why but the build quality has always seemed excellent.

Great price though and heat added.
#36
While there's an active headphone thread, can anyone recommend a decent pair of wireless headphones for a PC?
1 Like #37
djdave2929
While there's an active headphone thread, can anyone recommend a decent pair of wireless headphones for a PC?

Try sennheisers RS range. I have the rs170s which are excellent with audio quality and noise isolation.
1 Like #38
These are a joke. They are just an older model, the AE2, with a couple parts changed to black. The Bluetooth module is the new part, and fits all AE2 headphones, and Bose know consumers know, hence it being over £100 just for that part. Bose stopped doing innovation a while ago.
#39
Thanks to this thread I decided to go to Flubit to see what they'd offer a pair of Philips M2BTBK for. They want a little less than what camelcamelcamel say is a little less than the lowest UK price which isn't a great deal but I decided to go for it. I was a little worried that tomorrow I was going to pick up my reservation for these at Argos and be wearing something Bose branded but I've managed to escape that.
1 Like #40
TooMuchForYou
It's funny that when someone made a comment about our society, so many of the posters felt a need to defend their lifestyle. Perhaps there's a reason for that.

I probably make more than all of you and spend it as I please. But he has a fair point.

Even I realise this country is completely unbalanced and I don't understand how people can afford to live on benefits.
Hopefully all the people that had a go at him, never have a child who ends up unable to get a job ;)


Thank you for the assumption regarding our wealth/earning potential Mr Ambramovich. Maybe people come on a 'deals' website to find a good deal and don't care for people's opinion on current affairs or the state of our welfare system. Maybe you could express your concerns regarding low benefits payments to your local MP instead. Lol

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