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Deal of the Week: Sony MDR-EX71SLW Stereo Earphones - White only £9.99 @ Amazon!

£9.99 @ Amazon
Free delivery for orders over £15 or for Prime customers! Super sound quality Closed earphone structure enables powerful bass reproduction Ultra small 9 mm driver unit and the soft silicon earbud… Read More
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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
Free delivery for orders over £15 or for Prime customers!

Super sound quality
Closed earphone structure enables powerful bass reproduction
Ultra small 9 mm driver unit and the soft silicon earbud provides a stable and comfortable fit
400 kj/m3 high-power Neodymium magnet is used to reproduce powerful bass and clear treble sound
Short 0.5 m lead to connect conveniently to any remote commander
1.0 m extension lead supplied
Long bushing for stable and comfortable wearing
Earphone holder supplied
Soft carrying pouch supplied

I have just signed up to Amazon prime and this item was delivered next day for £9.99 - you don't seem to need to spend £15 to get free delivery on Amazon prime.
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#1
I paid £35 for these once, great sound quality and fit your ears almost too well. Blocks out all sound around you.

The cord is flimsy and tears easy though. Its pointless having the extension spilt when both are very short.

Worth a tenner, yeah.
#2
I bought a pair of these for £20 a while back, and thought they were a bit of a mixed bag.

Whilst they do muffle the nopise around you (good on the tube, I found), the sound is very tinny and you don't get a good bass thump with them.

ALso, I couldn't work out why they needed batteries either...

Good price though
#3
Great sound but the cable on these is awfull. It wears away and exposes bare wires after a while (only a few months). Unless you really want white I would go for the creative, or seinheiser alternatives which I believe are cheaper anyways and just as good.

The cable split is usefull if you use a wired remote with your media player but pointless otherwise and makes the leads too long.
#4
Joe Scaramanga
I bought a pair of these for £20 a while back, and thought they were a bit of a mixed bag.

Whilst they do muffle the nopise around you (good on the tube, I found), the sound is very tinny and you don't get a good bass thump with them.

ALso, I couldn't work out why they needed batteries either...

Good price though

these headphones dont take batteries
#5
Why on earth is this deal of the week?
#6
I had a pair of Sony headphones in the same in-ear style as these - I'm not sure if they were the exact same model. Anyway I experienced no problem with the wire wearing away, but one of the headphones failed completely within three to four months. I had a quick nosey on the internet and read that the general consensus is that these headphones tend to be flimsy and faulty, so on that note my recommendation is to avoid them.

I've been eyeing up getting myself a new pair of in-ear headphones soon; they're more comfortable than anything else I've worn before and block out most exterior noise. Has anyone here tried the Seinheiser alternative? They'll probably be my port of call.
#7
I bought these for £35 about 10 months ago great sound Very bassy, Ive never had a problem with them you would be hard pushed to find a set of earphones like these for a tenner
#8
I had a pair of these and had the same problem with the cable wearing away. I was down to bare wire within a few months. I kept using them for a couple of years, but it was a bit of a pain. I have since bought the Sennheiser CX 300s, and so far (nearly a year I think) they have been perfect, so I would personally recommend them over these. I think they sound better too. They're available for 17.99 at play

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/880673/Sennheiser-CX-300-In-Ear-Headphones/Product.html?cm_mmc=Froogle-_-Electronics-_-Portable-_-Sennheiser%2BCX%2B300%2BIn-Ear%2BHeadphones%2B(Silver)&source=5065&engine=froogle_electronics&keyword=Sennheiser+CX+300+In-Ear+Headphones+(Silver)
#9
i have these and are absolutely amazing. had paid £35 for a pair.

at £9.99 just go order them quick before they run out. voted hot.
#10
Voted HOT!

Had a set of these for 2 years, used almost daily with no problems, I do look after them though.
They rely on a good fit in the ear to get a decent bass response, otherwise they'll sound tinny.

Very good for flying, they block out the drone of the engines and let you hear the music or film etc.
Sound quality is pretty similar to the Sennheiser CX300, pretty good in other words. A big improvement on iPod earphones as long as you get a good fit in your ear. :thumbsup:
#11
The bass on these is artificial sounding and booms rather than thumps. They were well overpriced at the £30-odd I paid for them a while back. They are about their worth now. The Creative EP-630s are better, usually cheaper; the cables are a sensible length and don't fray so quickly. Why bother unless you must have mug-me-white?
#12
these sound great when you are completely still but if you move about or something touches the wire then it makes a nasty sound louder than the music (like you have been slapped in the ear by someone holding a plastic bag).
also if you want to hum/sing along then i found that they vibrated very uncomfortably.
#13
Free delivery for orders over £15 or for Prime customers
How do you become a prime customer?
#14
i think they randomly offer a free trial when you are logged into your account .
#15
I have just signed up to Amazon prime and this item was delivered next day for £9.99 - you don't seem to need to spend £15 to get free delivery on Amazon prime.
#16
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