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Sennheiser HD201 Closed Back Headphones - £13.70 @ Amazon

£13.70 @ Amazon
Seems like a good deal they were £22.47 and seem to get a good review :) Read More
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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Seems like a good deal they were £22.47 and seem to get a good review :)
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#1
These are good headphones bought from here (nicecans)for slightly cheaper £12.99 and got delivery within 2 days
#2
I can vouch these are ok , I use a pair for my HTC Desire and they do the job and are very light and comfortable , not the best sound quality but for the money hard to beat
Hot from me
#3
nice deal
#4
Im looking for some good allround budget headphones...
People rave about the Koss (retros) but the sound leakage is an issue.

Im after some over the ears that arent massive but useable at home and out and about.

Any suggestions?
#5
FREEZIN WOLF
Im looking for some good allround budget headphones...
People rave about the Koss (retros) but the sound leakage is an issue.

Im after some over the ears that arent massive but useable at home and out and about.

Any suggestions?


Erm, what about these? Or alternatively look on a website that specialises in reviews of audio equipment
#6
this is a pretty good deal if you ask me.. :P look at the reviews!!
#7
Tdrtnlz
FREEZIN WOLF
Im looking for some good allround budget headphones...
People rave about the Koss (retros) but the sound leakage is an issue.

Im after some over the ears that arent massive but useable at home and out and about.

Any suggestions?

Erm, what about these? Or alternatively look on a website that specialises in reviews of audio equipment

Cheers mate, never thought about that
#8
Good headphones with a 3m lead, also pretty robust as they keep ripping off my head when I tread or trip over the lead which for some reason I do a lot, but they just hang in there. Over a year old now and use them most days.
#9
phillred
These are good headphones bought from here (nicecans)for slightly cheaper £12.99 and got delivery within 2 days


Hmmm ... a strange website. A site dedicated to headphones that stocks hardly any headphones.

On the broader point. I'm after a cheap pair of headphones for my 5 year old so she can listen to her mp3 in the car without driving the rest of us crazy. Not keen on in-ear headphones, but wondering if these would be too large for a child's head. Anyone able to comment on the size and whether they might be a better option than these

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