Panasonic RPWF930 Auto-tuning Cordless Headphone with 100m range & Battery charging stand (Silver) - now £29.99 del. @ Play.com! - HotUKDeals
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A good price for these Panasonic RPWF930 Cordless Headphones, now just £29.99 delivered @ Play.com! Next cheapest I can see is £37.26 @ Amazon ...

* Surround Sound Mode
* HP Stand for Recharging
* RF Transmission up to 100 metres
* Auto-tuning Function
* NiMH Rechargeable Battery
* 20hrs battery use
* Closed Back Headphones
* RF Cordless
* Frequency Range 18-22000hz
* Included AC adaptor
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[mod]#1
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Cordless headphones, with Surround Sound control, Automatic Tuning System and Rechargeable Stand.
#2
another good find millarcat :thumbsup:
#4
Good call, Banzai. Reviews stop me from calling this a hot one.
#5
COLD.

Wireless headphones aren't very good at the best of time (interference, poor sound quality etc) but at this price point, sound quality is likely to be poor and it doesn't matter how much it costs, hissing noises (as identified by a number of reviews) simply isn't worth the hassle.
#6
spurious;3872340
Good call, Banzai. Reviews stop me from calling this a hot one.


For this pair of headphones, this is a hot price.

The problem with this rating system is if people think the product is rubbish they then vote cold. That IS NOT the point of voting hot or cold - some people just do not get it, especially some posters above me.

ice.
#7
icedfusion
For this pair of headphones, this is a hot price.

The problem with this rating system is if people think the product is rubbish they then vote cold. That IS NOT the point of voting hot or cold - some people just do not get it, especially some posters above me.

ice.


So any bad product if it’s cheap enough has to be voted hot :whistling: One of the reasons I like this site, is the feedback from people who have more knowledge than me of the products listed. So hopefully saving me wasting my money Not voted::thumbsup:
#8
seems a good deal, but OP just so you know, the vouchers you added are useless, lol. 1 has expired, 1 is for £2 off a Lee Evans dvd, 1 is for 10% off shure headphones, and the last is for 10% off clothing.



:)
#9
Not bad but the last wireless headphones i brought which was a philips make had really bad sound quality and poor distance.

Since then i am avoiding wireless headphones completely

I just ordered some Sennheiser HD 650 Open Headphones @ Play which are regarded as the best cans you can get.
#10
icedfusion
For this pair of headphones, this is a hot price.

The problem with this rating system is if people think the product is rubbish they then vote cold. That IS NOT the point of voting hot or cold - some people just do not get it, especially some posters above me.


If the product doesn't do what its supposed to do, or does it so badly that its not worth using, its COLD COLD COLD because its been an absolute waste of money. You haven't saved money - you've thrown it down the bin.

This is a very poor quality product - a pair of wireless headphones that hiss and snare, and plays truncated music that breaks up like a mobile phone with a poor reception. Do you not realise how unusable something like that is irrespective of how much its being sold for?

Its a COLD price.
#11
Took a month for this offer to appear on the front page - :D

Go figure
#12
Can anyone comment on this compared to the sennheiser wireless headphones that were on here in november (i think) in terms of quality. Im thinking about getting a pair for my Nan but if the quality is not as good as the sennheiser which i bought before i will not be getting these. I was very happy with those when they came
banned#13
Picard123
COLD.

Wireless headphones aren't very good at the best of time (interference, poor sound quality etc) .


What a load of old rubbish!!!!!!

Ive now owned 2 pairs of wireless headphones and the sound quality has been no different to corded phones - My first pair were Phillips which i owned for 7 years and were used every day- the only reason i changed them was because after 7 years of constant use the ear pads were wearing out - my current pair are Sennheiser and they are equally high quality in sound albeit no quite as comfy to wear as the Philips ones.

Very poor comment by Picard and an uneducated one
#15
Sennheiser one's are very impressive, wearing some right now! I looked at these a few years ago when I bought my pair and from what I remember the quality of the Sennheiser ones was superior.
#16
I have been using a pair of philips wireless ones for years and they are great. The work over all 4 floors in our house !

Might get a set of these to see what they are like.

Udpate I ordered then read some reviews and canceled. Looks like my 5 year old pair of philips are better !
#17
I have Sennheiser wireless ones and really like them. No bad experiences as the poster above suggests.
#19
Thanks. Been looking for some of these.
#20
Had a pair of these and was surprised at how bad they are for a panasonic product.

1.Lots of hisssssssss!!
2.For some unknown reason all the cable on the base unit just peeled itself off after less than a year:(

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