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If you dont buy something else to bring the order to £15 for freee delivery these will cost £13.22 delivered

Compact and lightweight Creative TravelSound 200 is the perfect portable palm-sized speaker with built-in high precision Titanium micro drivers to deliver crystal clear audio playback
Created to complement MP3 players
Rubber earbuds block external sounds and enhance bass
Lightweight, comfortable design, for a better audio experience
Oxygen-free copper cable for maximum audio delivery
Outstanding low-to-high frequency response, from 6Hz to 23kHz
8mm Neodymium magnet transducers for outstanding audio clarity and detail
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#1
Quote "perfect portable palm-sized speaker"

If they're as big as my palm no way they're going in my ears!
#2
I have had these for well over a year now. I think I paid around £15 for mine.

They are very good, and do isolate the sound pretty well.

I don't think you will find any in ear headphones that are better at this price level.
#3
Hi Can any of you wizards out there help. We have a 50" Samsung and I would like some wireless/bluetooth headphones so hubby can listen to it when the grandkids come round. Do I get ordinary headphones or do I need special ones? Do I need a dongle or something to go into the back of the tele. It has a pc port in it if that helps. :-D
#4
This is a very good deal - don't be put off by the creative labs name

They're actually rebranded sennheiser cx300, which completely blow any headphones under £40 out of the water - had been using cx300 until recently when the jack broke through expected wear and tear, the sound quality is surprisingly good (although I now have some v-moda vibes, which are a whole other level :))

anyway check out some reviews, if you enjoy listening to your music clearly and with a good full range, this is an essential investment
#5
thearbiter65
I have had these for well over a year now. I think I paid around £15 for mine.

They are very good, and do isolate the sound pretty well.

I don't think you will find any in ear headphones that are better at this price level.


I agree with these sentiments entirely. Awesome phones!
#6
These are the EXACT same headphones that Dell sell as "Dell Noise Isolation Earbuds". When on full volume and in my ear they are ALOT louder than what my laptop speakers can produce.
#7
I know they are re-branded Sen CX300s, but are they exactly the same?

I heard Sennhesier say that firms like Creative use their headphones, but they don't go udner the same testing etc. as the Sennheieser ones?
#8
geri
Hi Can any of you wizards out there help. We have a 50" Samsung and I would like some wireless/bluetooth headphones so hubby can listen to it when the grandkids come round. Do I get ordinary headphones or do I need special ones? Do I need a dongle or something to go into the back of the tele. It has a pc port in it if that helps. :-D



You need something like this:
Bluetooth Headphones

Just plug the dongle in the tv headphone socket and away you go! :thumbsup:

I dont know if theyre good quality but should be ok within their recommended 10 meters maximum

Wireless Headphones

/\/\/\/\ I have a pair similar to this and they are very good, but they dont work as well through walls. They come with a dock and built in charger though which is good
#9
Thank yo for your help. So do I pick up a normal dongle :)
#10
I have a set of these, although i paid £8 from eBay new for them. Great little headphones, much better than my £15 Sony's.
1 Like #11
No you dont buy a dongle. They have cables to plug in to the tv headphone socket so no worries.

O and also here is another combination that I might buy.
Sony bluetooth headphones

This doesnt have dongle though so i must add one like this:

Headphone dongle

Price altogether ~£30
#12
geri
Thank yo for your help. So do I pick up a normal dongle :)


The bluetooth headphones the previous poster linked to, already comes with a dongle, so you needn't buy anything else.



EDIT: Doh, can't type fast enough.
#13
Just had a look on Ebay and yes there are Creative and sennheiser earphones all at brilliant prices it's just a bit harder picking out the fake ones from the genuine.
#14
I've used these as well, very good quality, however the cords are very fragile, I've gone through three already, but I still use 'em.
#15
I have the cx300's. Great as long as you stay perfectly still. On the move there is a lot of noise which somehow results from the leads rubbing against your collar/clothes etc. I have never found this with any other headphone and dont know if it is a problem with all 'ear bud' type headphones. I would not buy again as a result.:-(
#16
Excellent headphones and great timing, the ones I got last year have packed in.

Cheers.
#17
These are £27 at play.com. Great buy
#18
aajax42
I have the cx300's. Great as long as you stay perfectly still. On the move there is a lot of noise which somehow results from the leads rubbing against your collar/clothes etc. I have never found this with any other headphone and dont know if it is a problem with all 'ear bud' type headphones. I would not buy again as a result.:-(

I have the same ones and they also have a lot of noise from the rubbing of the leads. They are particularly bad for this. I think it is because of the rubber finish of the leads - they do not slide over clothing smoothly and htus cause noise in the ear phones.
#19
I've had both these Creatives and CX300's and IMO the Creatives are better all round - deeper bass and far less cable noise when walking.
#20
You can alleviate this by having them snugly wrapped around you, and leaving an (important) little bit of slack around you earholes, keeping the cable snug prevents the cord from battering about, and the slack around your ears is to avoid any tension so you don't get a guitar string effect right into your earhole.

Do all this and you can just about eliminate it entirely.

If you wear them with the cable bouncing off your body, rubbing up and down across your clothes and hanging off your ears (part of the reason why they are designed to go behind the neck) then they are pretty much unusable IMHO.

I usually wear my Senny's with the excess cord stuffed in my teardrop bag strap's pocket, with my player in the luggage tag holder.
#21
I've never really liked the cheaper Sennheisers. They have an over emphasis on bass and drown out higher frequencies.
#22
Had mine for agggggggges, good set of ear phones.
#23
I have these phones and the CX300's. They don't both sound the same to me.

CX300's have a more pronounced heavier bass. They also seem a bit more detailed that the Creative's.

At least both sets of phones have lasted far longer than Sony EX71's which I would never buy again due to very poor build quality.
#24
do they make fake EP-630's aswell?
#25
I have both these and the CX300's. I personally prefer the creative ones, the sound a bit tighter and more balanced, but more importantly they're more comfortable for longer listening sessions. The rubber is a lot softer than the ones in the CX300's, no idea if that's why, but I'd recommend these over the sehnheisers
#26
£5.97 + free delivery...3 left from Ebay. Thanks for the original find.
CREATIVE EP630 EARPHONES/HEADPHONES. BRAND NEW. BLACK

If it's not ok to post this, I'll delete.
#27
will they be fake though?
1 Like #28
bigup
will they be fake though?


Probably.

I bought some CX300's from e-bay. They looked genuine but were very poor when I tried them. Sent them back and the vendor sent another pair. Exactly the same. I contacted Sennheiser customer services in the UK and sent photo's of the phones and the packaging. They responded that they were, indeed, fakes. Returned to the vendor again and got a full refund.

Moral? I won't buy "bargain" phones from e-bay again. You get what you pay for.
#29
i thought as much, might aswell spend a few quid more and buy genuine quality.
#30
Going from my personal experience, I certainly would.

The e-bay vendor even made the one's I bought seem legit by not charging too little for them. item 330157388875 These were the offending items
#31
How do these compare with the Sony EX70's?
My Sonys that Ive had for 4 or so years have finally packed up and am looking for a replacement.
#32
Now £7.99 and if order totals over £15 - delivery free so find someone else who wants a pair.

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