John Lewis Spectrum On-Ear Headphones with Mic/Remote, Gunmetal or blue £20 collected £23 delivered, Gauranteed 2yrs. - HotUKDeals
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John Lewis Spectrum on-ear headphones deliver rich sound and vibrant looks that are sure to stand out.
The standard 3.5mm connecter works with most devices while the inline remote gives you total control over skipping and pausing your music. There's also a flight adapter so you can enjoy their sound quality while up in the air.
Includes carry case.
Bluetooth NO Brand
John Lewis
Connections 3.5mm, flight adapter Folding Information NO Model name / number Spectrum Headphones Sound Isolation Information YES Wi-Fi enabled NO
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#1
Only Just Picked Them Up, OMG, Whichever Sweatshop JL Comissioned To Make These Earned Their Rice/Bonus :D These Are Sweet. Obviously Haven't Been Burned In But Hold Their Own Against Both My Sennheiser PX100 - I & II's. Finish Is Immaculate. Love These Cushions :D

Edited By: OVERLORD on Jul 31, 2014 15:11
#2
Look like parrot zik headphone. But the £240 cheaper
#3
mrrigby
Look like parrot zik headphone. But the £240 cheaper
Definitely Zik Influenced, No Wireless Tech Or Noise Cancelling, But Wired (Detachable) & On Ears As Cushions Are Round Not Oval Like Ziks.

Edited By: OVERLORD on Jul 31, 2014 15:55: Information
1 Like #4
Tried these last week, not a bad pair of headphones. Pretty in line quality wise with other pairs in this price range, but better looking (to call the styling "inspired" by the Parrot Ziks would be a huge understatement) and I guess John Lewis' warranty/support will be of some value to some people. If I were choosing based solely on sound quality, I'd lump an extra £5-£10 over for a pair of equally stylish but better sounding Philips Citiscape Downtown, or go for the best sub-£20 option of the Monoprice DJ headphones if you don't mind going over-ear rather than on-ear.
1 Like #5
Just picked them up today and first impressions are very good.
Sound quality out of the box is very good across the range, solid build and comfortable (if not a bit warm on the ear)

Bought these for work as am tired of getting ear infections, I swear my ear canal doesn't like the silicon ear buds!

Edited By: CircuitMonkey on Aug 16, 2014 17:48
#6
Just Discovered Cable Sounds Louder Switched Around ie With Mic Furthest Away From Headphones. Seems Like Remote/Mic Attenuates Level. Separate Cable Without Remote Confirms My Findings. Volume Level Increased On My Nexus 7 :D

Edited By: OVERLORD on Aug 27, 2014 23:28: info
1 Like #7
Picked up a pair of these a few weeks ago from Cardiff store. Didn't post as were the only ones in shop and thought it was an oddment. Had been looking for a while and would have purchased eventually at £40 (which they have been for several months). Have a pair of PX100s which are slightly better sounding than these but are terribly leaky and a tad flimsy. These seem pretty solid, work especially well with my Galaxy phone and have far better isolation which means less annoyance for others and lower volumes for me. Mic works well although button is a bit fiddly (works well with android phone). After a few weeks use they have definitely improved (were a tiny bit dull and bass heavy out of the box) and I am even happier with them now. They thrive on rock/pop/dance. Where they struggle compared to the PX100s is with a full orchestra in your ears but as a pair of phones for walking/public transport they are ideal and at this price a steal.
#8
quatermass
Picked up a pair of these a few weeks ago from Cardiff store. Didn't post as were the only ones in shop and thought it was an oddment. Had been looking for a while and would have purchased eventually at £40 (which they have been for several months). Have a pair of PX100s which are slightly better sounding than these but are terribly leaky and a tad flimsy. These seem pretty solid, work especially well with my Galaxy phone and have far better isolation which means less annoyance for others and lower volumes for me. Mic works well although button is a bit fiddly (works well with android phone). After a few weeks use they have definitely improved (were a tiny bit dull and bass heavy out of the box) and I am even happier with them now. They thrive on rock/pop/dance. Where they struggle compared to the PX100s is with a full orchestra in your ears but as a pair of phones for walking/public transport they are ideal and at this price a steal.

Glad To Hear Not Just Me That Find These A Steal :d You Might Get Further Surprise With Spare Cable. Seems The Android Remote On Supplied Cable Affects Absolute Volume. I Found A Straight Cable To Be Twice As Loud. Try Switching Supplied Cable Around, Might Be Same For You.

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