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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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mamboboy 10 Likes
That table can barely be trusted bhupsi2010 when they gave them a 9 for build!
waitingformyfirmware 7 Likes
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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Gavinge#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81JHOYpxkeL._AA1500_.jpg
Mrman123 1 Like #2
Awesome price!!
saywhaaat 1 Like #3
Great price!!!
kurisu 2 Likes #4
Really crap build quality (I've been through 3 pairs) but at this price can't complain. Have some heat :)
Crosshash#5
I'm in the market for some studio headphones - will these do?
iKayZee 1 Like #6
Great price for a great pair of headphones!
iKayZee 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
ataritheone 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
waitingformyfirmware 7 Likes #9
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
mamboboy 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.
Mrman123 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
wutang1980 1 Like #13
Heat 8)
mamboboy 10 Likes #14
That table can barely be trusted bhupsi2010 when they gave them a 9 for build!
Nod 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.
enlargeyourponies 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).
lewgrantlg#17
would say you're better off paying under £20 for the sennheiser hd202 on amazon
gr00ved#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.
NUMBER8GAMESTER 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.
AST3R#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

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