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Klipsch X5 Headphones £99.00 @ HMV

£99.00 @ HMV
Klipsh X5 headphones down from £180 to only £99 Seen at HMV Newbury. All Klipsch In-ear headphones on offer - including Klipsch Image X10 (£149) Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Klipsh X5 headphones down from £180 to only £99

Seen at HMV Newbury.

All Klipsch In-ear headphones on offer - including Klipsch Image X10 (£149)
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banned#1
Klipsch are permanently discounted these days
#2
Was £180 for that little bit of plastic which noise comes out from :O
#3
as a man who has been to countless nightclubs over the years, what are the benfits of these over a cheap 15-20 pair of in ears? (serious question)
#4
Good question live2giveuk
I am quite happy with my discounted philips headphones i've brought in tesco for £3.80
banned#5
live2giveuk
as a man who has been to countless nightclubs over the years, what are the benfits of these over a cheap 15-20 pair of in ears? (serious question)


These sound beautiful, cheap ones sound cheap.
Most people listening to compressed garbage like mp3s wont care though
#6
I'm sure these sound great, but they look like they'd stick out a mile!
#7
Mascherano
These sound beautiful, cheap ones sound cheap.
Most people listening to compressed garbage like mp3s wont care though


Agreed. I wouldn't swap my CX400-IIs for anything, even though they do make some downloaded tracks sound cr*p due to poor encoding.
#8
How much???!
#9
For that price, i'd rather get the Beats Tour headphones personally.

My shure's have dies on me and i'll want some new ones when I buy an iPhone and the Beats with mic look like they'd fit the bill.
#10
I love how the high prices in threads for high end headphones (and similar stuff) attract those who have no clue what they're talking about. It makes me chuckle to read about their ignorant bliss.

That's a damn good price for some very, very good earhones. £140 on HMV's website, which wasn't that bad to start with in comparison. It's a shame I don't do inner ear design anymore, as I'd be tempted. Fortunately I'm currently very much taken with my Sandisk Clip+ feeding iGrados with FLAC goodness for out and about listening.

You might as well have some rep as it looks like you ain't gonna get much heat from the irrational cold voters around here.
#11
live2giveuk
as a man who has been to countless nightclubs over the years, what are the benfits of these over a cheap 15-20 pair of in ears? (serious question)


Don't knock em till you tried em.

I have some Shure's which I paid around £90 for and they are awesome... I mean okay the buds that come with an iPod play the music but they dont make it live.

IMHO try em side by side and you will buy a decent set of earphones
#12
A good pair of earphones are also better for your hearing. The better sound quality means you don't need the volume as loud to appreciate the music you're listening to.
#13
I have a pair of Klipsch Image X10's and I've got to say they are worth every penny. You don't need the volume anywhere near as loud as 'normal' headphones and the clarity is amazing. Great bass too and they block out background noise very well.

I was a little aprehensive spending nearly £160 on a pair of headphones but I don't regret it at all.

Just my 2p.
#14
There's no point in posting audiophile equipment on here. People just don't realise what they're missing, so let them be with their cheap phones.
#15
live2giveuk
as a man who has been to countless nightclubs over the years, what are the benfits of these over a cheap 15-20 pair of in ears? (serious question)


you wont need the volume as loud ,you'll hear a lot more of the audio usually whether its high hats you never noticed or a fill on the drums etc

youll also get a fuller and more crisp tone if your into your sound youll notice the difference, if not youd still find it better than the 20 quid ones but its prob not worth shelling out for good headphones if you just like things bass heavy and loud i think that skullcandy smoking buds do a good job for the 20 quid range they give a good range and can be driven pretty loud without distorting

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