SENNHEISER Amperior DJ Headphones TKMaxx £80.00 - HotUKDeals
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These Amperior Headphones come in black with blue ear pads. They have the capability to handle high sound pressure levels and feature a rotatable capsule for one ear listening. The smart remote and in-line voice control mic are designed for easy use with iPhones as well as other apple devices.
2 Years Warranty. Include Smart And Mic.
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#1
What's the point of being able to handle high pressure levels?
#2
OK, scratch that. A Google search days it's something to do with distortion
#3
goes loud without distortion is easiest way to describe it.
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A TKMaxx deal is about as good as saying you found something at a car boot sale.
Very little chance of anybody else getting this.
#5
I use these for djing paid £160 last year i bought to replace HD-2 (£189) and i can say there is very little difference the only thing i didnt like about these is the very thin cable but this can be replaced for about £25 for the price you wont get much better than these.
#6
DexMorgan
A TKMaxx deal is about as good as saying you found something at a car boot sale.
Very little chance of anybody else getting this.

I got my £500 Denon AH-D600 for £129.99 from TKMax this week? Can only speak as I find.
#7
Both of those TKMax headphone deals were really good for their respective prices. It seems like a very odd thing for them to sell based on my experience shopping there though. I've only seen ultra cheep rubbish in there before.
#8
cacaman123
I use these for djing paid £160 last year i bought to replace HD-2 (£189) and i can say there is very little difference the only thing i didnt like about these is the very thin cable but this can be replaced for about £25 for the price you wont get much better than these.
Absolutely agree. The first thing i did was to get the HD25-1 II's 2m cable as a replacement and then they were nearly perfect!

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