Panasonic RPWF930 Cordless,Surround Sound,Auto-Tune,Rechargeable Headphones £29.99 Delivered @ Play (Plus 6% Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic RPWF930 Cordless,Surround Sound,Auto-Tune,Rechargeable Headphones £29.99 Delivered @ Play (Plus 6% Quidco)

£29.99 @ Play.Com
Specifications: 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 Cordl…
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Specifications:

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

Description:

Cordless headphones, with Surround Sound control, Automatic Tuning System and Rechargeable Stand.

SPECS ARE GREAT!
PRICE IS GOOD!
OK, surround system may not be great but it seems great deal as the same model is selling for around £70 at Argos.
Reviews are great too!
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#1
I cannot add the link to image :(
#2
Oh well.

http://images.play.com/covers/6013457m.jpg
#3
Thank you nadzzz

Phew ..... :)
#4
I also hope someone will comment on this deal ...........
banned#5
mee too. I REALLY NEED SOME WIRELESS HEADPHONES!

i need some good ones, im gonna go on net to look for some reviews but please people, recommend some. preferably cheaper lol but if this is a good one ill go for it

in-ear phones gave me tinnitus :-((((
#6
Very good price ,work ok what I don't like is manual on/off. I pay over £55 two years ago,
recommend for this price.
#7
This has been posted before.

In short, the quality is awful - a terrible hissing sound through the headphones - which make it unfit for purposes irrespective of the price.

ICE COLD because its useless.
#8
Had wireless headphones bfore, useless. Hissing sound as described above.
#9
From what I can find so far these are receiving mixed reviews. Some users are reporting some interference or hissing while others are extremely happy with them.

They seem to fair very well against other wireless headphones.

I am no expert on radio signals but I would imagine all wireless headphones that use RF frequencies would suffer from interference so on that note voted hot as its a great price. Thank you for the effort OP.
#10
My Philips SBCH series are still holding up strong- haven't even changed the batteries since 2003.

No hissing on their 2.4GHz model and far better than any Sony/Panasonic model I have so far tested.
#11
I used to have the hissing problem on some Sony MDR headphones and I found that if you turn up the volume from the source and then adjust the volume level on the headphones it removed the hiss completely.
#12
Can anybody recommend a fairly cheap set of headphones that I can plug in to my amp for when the missus has gone to bed and I want to play the PS3 ???? Good sound a must! They dont need to be wireless neither!
#13
Max Cady
I used to have the hissing problem on some Sony MDR headphones and I found that if you turn up the volume from the source and then adjust the volume level on the headphones it removed the hiss completely.


I completely agree to the above post.

To get rid of the hiss, you need to put the volume up of the source and then adjust the volume level on the headphones!

Whoever follows that procedure will be completely happy and will write positive review of the product......
#14
What ype of surround sound mode is it? Is it dolby? as in multiple speakersin each cup? or is it simulated?

Also what type of connections do the headphones support?

Thanks
banned#15
yes there are a few things you need to do to avoid interference. you have to mute the microphone volume in the master volume panel, do what the above posters said, and also if you have a little wire which comes out of the base, you have to ground it. i find that helps too.
#16
How do you attach your surround sound system to get surround sound from these headphones??
#17
dr_aj
How do you attach your surround sound system to get surround sound from these headphones??


What he said.

I have a spdif socket on my laptop - will I be able to get surround sound from that?
banned#18
the phones come built in with surround sound.

you cant hook up your surround sound to give you surround sound from any headphones unless otherwise stated that you can because some headphones dont come with surroud sound support.

lol cant believe theyre seventy odd quid at argos (acc to OP) as the rrp on play is only forty quid dodgy bloody argoos
#19
When using with PS3 - would I plug headphone base into tv or ps3?

Reason I ask is because I've got a wall mounted lcd - which would look a tad messy with a headphone base dangling below it...

If it could go into the ps3 I'd be well chuffed as thats all hidden away in a nice built in cupboard...
banned#20
possibly both i would presume. like, i can insert it in my pc...or my speakers. because both my pc and speakers have a jack.

actually come to think of it, does the ps3 have a speaker jack? you know, somewhere where you can plug in normal earphones?
#21
Read the review here: http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/hi-fi-and-audio/headphones/panasonic-rp-wf930-95320/review

The things to note are that these are not true surround sound headphones and they mention the dreaded hiss that most other people have noticed. I wouldn't buy these if you want true surround headphones.
#22
PS3 doesn't have a stereo jack, just a optical out and a mad way of outputting sound through some kinda' AV cable.
#23
When i connect my cordless headphones transmitter to the tv, the sound is muted from the tv speakers until i unplug the cable again. Is there any way i can leave the transmitter plugged in to the headphone socket and still get sound from my tv speakers?

Thanks in advance for any help.
banned#24
dount it unless theres a switch on the transmitter which allows it again highly doubt that there is one

if the ps3 has a cable output then you cant put headphones in them. the headphones go in the tv which has the jack to allow headphones.

iv been on the net to have a look at budget headphones. they all say no point spending less than £100 pounds on wireless.

also, iv come across these alot more and they were expensive and have been reduced so im just gonna buy this pair and sod it.
#25
I received mine on Friday and have been using it over the weekend. Its great!

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