Denon AH-D1100 Over Ear Headphones - £39 @ Sainsbury (Online) - HotUKDeals
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RRP: £119.99

Dirt cheap for a pair of premium headphones, closest price is Amazon at £54 then Play at £60

Price lasts until 13th February
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That table can barely be trusted bhupsi2010 when they gave them a 9 for build!
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ataritheone
Dont rake them, good sound but very flimsy/ delicate, bad built quality, they brake really easilly

It's good I won't be using these on the road...

:p

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http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81JHOYpxkeL._AA1500_.jpg
1 Like #2
Awesome price!!
1 Like #3
Great price!!!
2 Likes #4
Really crap build quality (I've been through 3 pairs) but at this price can't complain. Have some heat :)
#5
I'm in the market for some studio headphones - will these do?
1 Like #6
Great price for a great pair of headphones!
2 Likes #7
Crosshash
I'm in the market for some studio headphones - will these do?

Depends on your budget really...

Personally, I'd spend a bit more a get a pair of AKG studio headphones.

Edited By: iKayZee on Jan 07, 2013 01:02
1 Like #8
Dont take them, good sound but very flimsy/ delicate, bad built quality, they brake really easilly !

Edited By: ataritheone on Jan 07, 2013 18:39: misspells
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ataritheone
Dont rake them, good sound but very flimsy/ delicate, bad built quality, they brake really easilly

It's good I won't be using these on the road...

:p
1 Like #10
Goldring NS1000 are only a tenner more in Tesco:

http://www.tesco.com/direct/goldring-ns1000-noise-cancelling-portable-headphones/383-9725.prd

Had mine since 2008 and still haven't found a pair to better them.
1 Like #11
Crosshash
I'm in the market for some studio headphones - will these do?


Audio Technica M50's can't go wrong, very well regarded
1 Like #13
Heat 8)
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That table can barely be trusted bhupsi2010 when they gave them a 9 for build!
1 Like #15
Heat

Would anyone be able to recommend a pair of wireless headphones not too expensive as they will be just used when I'm travelling or at the airport etc?? Thanks.
1 Like #16
Agreed, mamboboy. People should take that table with a pinch of salt. I've got the Sonys (the ZX-700 right under the Denon) and their comfort rating, for instance, should be MUCH lower. The ZX-700 are angled inside, with some really thin foam and that hurts the ears' antihelix (had to look it up too) after a short while (and my ears are fairly average looking and not protuding at all).
#17
would say you're better off paying under £20 for the sennheiser hd202 on amazon
#18
These look like a similar design to the AH-D510s - in which case you can't use them in a "quiet" environment as they are very leaky and will disturb people around you. Much better with the £20 Sennheisers.

Good price for a pair of Denons (IMHO), but this would be a show-stopper for me.
3 Likes #19
mamboboy
Goldring NS1000 are only a tenner more in Tesco:

http://www.tesco.com/direct/goldring-ns1000-noise-cancelling-portable-headphones/383-9725.prd

Had mine since 2008 and still haven't found a pair to better them.

You can get them for £10 less using a Tesco Direct new customer £10 off a £50 spend coupon, just find something cheap on the site for 5p or more to make it up to £50.
#20
To be honest, when I heard them in HMV they sounded terrible. Really boomy bass. Not sure if it was the hidden amp it was connected to but the other headphones seem to sound fine
#21
damn it, i dont need these at all, already have like 5 pair of headphones and im still thinking about getting these just because of the great price
#22
Crosshash for studio headphones check American and UK Amazon for Sony MDR-V6 and MDR-7506 public user reviews and decide yourself .
#23
have a pair of these - cant fault them at all.
#24
This or AKG K450? Hmmm....
2 Likes #26
ataritheone
Dont rake them, good sound but very flimsy/ delicate, bad built quality, they brake really easilly

I'm not surprised they seem flimsy if you're raking them.
#27
ah_heng
This or AKG K450? Hmmm....


I'm thinking the exact same!

It was my birthday yesterday & I got money towards some new headphones (also want new in ear). The k451s are what hifi product of the year 2012 (k450 was for £2011!) but are double the k450s price.

Last time I looked I could get the k450s for about £40 so may go with them, especially as I can't find a what hifi review for these
#28
quidditys_shore
ah_heng
This or AKG K450? Hmmm....

I'm thinking the exact same!

It was my birthday yesterday & I got money towards some new headphones (also want new in ear). The k451s are what hifi product of the year 2012 (k450 was for £2011!) but are double the k450s price.

Last time I looked I could get the k450s for about £40 so may go with them, especially as I can't find a what hifi review for these

Yah... I think I will go for the AKG K450 since it looks smaller and I will use it primarily for travelling.... Now, K450 or K451?? Dam... :)

Thanks....
#29
Went for these for home use, already have akg 450s for out and about use
#30

It doesn't, but thanks anyway X)
#31
Great headphones had them over 2 years , and still going strong , build quality is good for adults as we look after things !!!! Don't no how long they would last a teenager !!!! Sound quality is great too
1 Like #32
quidditys_shore
ah_heng
This or AKG K450? Hmmm....

The k451s are what hifi product of the year 2012 (k450 was for £2011!)


Over £2k? Bit expensive! (_;)
2 Likes #33
mmmm denon
1 Like #34
I bought these a year ago on a HUKD I really don't think much of them

The build quality is really poor cheap looking plastic
There is a lot of noise due to the plastic creaking
They are an unusual shape so look quite weird
Sound quality was OK but I expected better
They are not comfortable

I prefer these http://www.amazon.co.uk/Koss-SP-Pro-Stereo-Headphones/dp/B00001P505/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1357557800&sr=1-1
3 Likes #35
ah_heng
This or AKG K450? Hmmm....

AKG for sure.
#36
I ordered a set of Novero Tour Bluetooth headphones at the weekend, thought they were a decent price at £18.99. I really need the wire free and the ability to answer calls.

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Bluetooth-Headphones/Novero/Novero-Tour---Stereo-Bluetooth-Headset---White

I was also considering the backbeat 903+ but I can't find these for much under £40.

Has anyone any experience of either set I mentioned?
1 Like #37
I have AKG450 for about a year, paid for them ~40 quid. Replaced already 3 cables for another 40 quid (my fault if you ask). Good sound, not great but good. Lots of bass, to much in my opinion. Build quality is ok, feel strong, good portable product but a bit too tight on a head
2 Likes #38
They're not made by a famous rapper and are not in garish colour so are clearly rubbish. Cold!
1 Like #39
I'm after some to use at home for dj mixing, could be useful....obviously they are losing sales to all the trendy ones hence the price...denon is usually pretty decent kit after all...heat added
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Dougal1709
They're not made by a famous rapper and are not in garish colour so are clearly rubbish. Cold!

I could never understand why a multi millionaire and qualified doctor would make headphones on a production line for a living.

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