Philips SHN2500 active noise canceling in ear phones £5.00 at Tesco *instore* - HotUKDeals
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Found these in the Gatwick Tesco Extra today. Not sure if it is nationwide but they had the standard yellow price cut shelf edge label and scanned at this price. There were about seven packs left on the shelf after I purchased one.
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#1
I used to own a pair - the noise cancellation "kinda" works but is a ball-ache to carry around with your MP3 player and gets fiddly. Great deal though as im sure I paid £25+
#2
I have a picture of the shelf instore. Anyone know how I can upload it here?
http://a.imagehost.org/0039/SHN2500.jpg
ok got it!
Thanks Glix.
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Ancient
I have a picture of the shelf instore. Anyone know how I can upload it here?


Ya don't. You upload it to a free image host, and post a img link.
#4
Does it work on Vuvuzelas ?
#5
jmcglinchey
Does it work on Vuvuzelas ?


Lol. No they come through clear as a whistle. :p
#6
anyone know howmuch the teccus noise cancelling ones are for nexxt to them?
#7
gordon999
anyone know howmuch the teccus noise cancelling ones are for nexxt to them?

see my other deal.:)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/699452/teccus-ta-918-noise-cancelling-head
#8
not as good as sennheisers
#9
I have a pair of these. I think I paid about £40 for them at the time.

Absolute rubbish. Sound quality is acceptable but the noise cancelling is next to useless.

If you want a proper pair of noise cancelling headphones, get a pair of sennheiser's.

I now use a pair of Sennheiser CX300's on the plane and find the noise isolation works a lot better than the active "cancelling" *cough* of these.

The seperate battery box is a pain too. It kinda dangles around or you have to put it in your shirt pocket or something. So no good for use at the gym for example.

The only good thing I've found about these headphones is the length of the cable. Reaches nicely to the back of my PC.
#10
rubbish, require a AAA battery!!! bigger than a MP3 player.
#11
"in ear" buds with noise cancellation is a bit silly.
#12
£1.83 at my tesco...
#13
I bought a pair of these few years ago for £30 from Dixons. The worst headphones I've used EVER!!! you can get better sound from poundland headphones.

I wouldn't even take them for free. Or maybe I would to sell them on eBay ;-)
#14
flylife
not as good as sennheisers


Excellent advice. Could you post the link to these £5 Sennheisers as I'm sure a lot of people will be interested :thumbsup:
#15
eezray
rubbish, require a AAA battery!!! bigger than a MP3 player.


Oh dear :roll:

How else do you think active noise cancellation phones are powered? Magic pixie dust powered ones are a bit hard to get hold of.
#16
mikerj
Excellent advice. Could you post the link to these £5 Sennheisers as I'm sure a lot of people will be interested :thumbsup:


:giggle:
#17
cheapest i found the seinnheiser CX300 was on eBay for £8.48

320546172775 - item number
#18
jmcglinchey
Does it work on Vuvuzelas ?


Nice one :thumbsup:
#19
Mediamogul
£1.83 at my tesco...


WHAT??? Where do you live???
#20
getherington
cheapest i found the seinnheiser CX300 was on eBay for £8.48

320546172775 - item number


There's one born every minute. :roll:
#21
gadgetmann;8840467
If you want a proper pair of noise cancelling headphones, get a pair of sennheiser's.
Or the Goldrings that play.com often have for £50.
#22
Thanks, got some in Tesco Kilmarnock. Still half a dozen on shelf at lunchtime.
Also worth remembering that you get the "airplane" adapter in the box!

Thanks OP
#23
dunno, bought one, but they sounds kinda rubbish for me.in fact my mdr-ex71 sounds much better than this,especially annoying background noise, which persist when the player doesnt playing anything.Ok, haven't tested it in a plane or train, but don't travel much.I really hunted for them year ago, and happy that haven't bought them for £25. Thanks OP
#24
Good for airplanes, cuts a lot of noise out, worth £5, I think I paid £20 last year.
#25
mikerj
Excellent advice. Could you post the link to these £5 Sennheisers as I'm sure a lot of people will be interested :thumbsup:


it is the sennheirer cx200 i got some white ones yesterday last pr at stairfoot branch nr barnsley and they were £5

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