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Monster Ibeats Earphones (Black) - £62.99 (with code) @ HMV

£62.99 @ HMV
Monster iBeats £67.99 online (most sites are £79.99) plus if you use the discount code: 5HMVOFF50 you get £5 off. Plus dont forget to use a cashback site like Top Cashback who are offering 5% at HMV… Read More
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Monster iBeats £67.99 online (most sites are £79.99) plus if you use the discount code: 5HMVOFF50 you get £5 off.
Plus dont forget to use a cashback site like Top Cashback who are offering 5% at HMV. Brings the price to around £60!!
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#1
these are expensive but cheaper than anywhere else so hot for me.
#2
These are great earphones and this is a good price for them. Heat added!
#3
Got these from pixmania for £65 last month and they're good. Not a fan of the supplied fittings though as I prefer the foam ones. If you like bass these are a good choice, nice heavy buds even if the wire is a bit flimsy.
#4
I heard these fall out your ears easily - is this true?
banned#5
lot of money for an average sounding pair of headphones. and yes, they do tend to dislodge easy.
#6
Wicked666
I heard these fall out your ears easily - is this true?



It's not so much that they dislodge, more that you have to be comfortable with a complete seal from the rubber. If you jam them in or use the cones they stay put. T3 gave them 4/5 saying they were good for loud music and I'd say that's about right, not as detailed as my Shures but I'd say these are worth it if you mainly listen to bassy stuff.

I don't think £63 is that much for buds with in-line control and mic, is it?
#7
TBH the in line control and mic, and mainly positive reviews is the main reason i'm buying them. I have a set of Bose and its annoying having no in line controls, means i have to find the phone from my pocket, disconnect the headphones then take the phone call normally then get the phone back in my pocket and connect it up. (Dont like listening via headphones and talking into phone), but its hard to find something of half decent sound quality with in line controls that also look quite good, so for £60ish they seem worth a punt.
Also the Bose are pretty pointless on the underground unless at max volume, something i'm hoping the in-ear tight fit of these might solve.
#9
Expired now £79.99 before code.

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