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sony ex 650 ap headphones - What hi-fi 2014 headphones of year - less than half price! £24.99 @ PC World

£24.99 @ PC World
Bargain at original price of 60 pounds as sounds amazing and so comfy. Even better at 25 pounds and in harder to find more conservative colour. Plenty of stock at my local (Telford) using click and co… Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Bargain at original price of 60 pounds as sounds amazing and so comfy. Even better at 25 pounds and in harder to find more conservative colour. Plenty of stock at my local (Telford) using click and collect.

I had the emagic ec10 before this and a big jump up. The remote/mic is one button and handy (works ios and android).

WHat hi fi 2014 headphone of year review

http://www.whathifi.com/sony/mdr-ex650ap/review
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STUkrugen
Voted cold. Two years old so cannot cope with the latest music. #sarcasmrules

Sarcasm could rule if you didn't have to state that what you said was sarcastic.
5 Likes
Yes but I was being helpful whereas you are just acting the fool.

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2 Likes #1
Really good earphones, but been same price on Amazon for ages...
1 Like #2
meh, get some of these instead, best IEM's I've had :Dhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01GRSNH9O/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=2V968JFHT9I6N&coliid=I2UWDKOQLM3E3G&psc=1

Edited By: powerbrick on Jan 29, 2017 10:06
#3
Love higher end Sony headphones, much better than some of the buds posted on here
5 Likes #5
Yes but I was being helpful whereas you are just acting the fool.
#6
Are these better than the Soundmagic e10? tempted but I really don't need them, could just make my e10s a back up pair
#7
jdrob123
Are these better than the Soundmagic e10? tempted but I really don't need them, could just make my e10s a back up pair


would be nice to know, ordered a ec10s from the bay and never arrived (uk seller)
1 Like #8
these are quality. i mean sound quality not quite as good as the more expensive sennheiser momentum IEMs but in terms of build quality they own the plasticy sennheisers.they can take a beating whereas ive broken 3-4 pairs of sennheisers within a few months...

great buy normally, excellent at this price.
1 Like #9
powerbrick
Yes but I was being helpful whereas you are just acting the fool.
I most certainly am not! These are fantastic quality earphones.
1 Like #10
I had the sound magic ec10 before which very good but this a step up in comfort, sound quality and materials
1 Like #11
cracking headphones got these in black friday sale
#12
Voted cold. Two years old so cannot cope with the latest music. #sarcasmrules
7 Likes #13
STUkrugen
Voted cold. Two years old so cannot cope with the latest music. #sarcasmrules

Sarcasm could rule if you didn't have to state that what you said was sarcastic.
#14

Mmmmmm, your opinion of What Hi-Fis opinion ??? Who to trust meh ?
#16
Northerndave
Mmmmmm, your opinion of What Hi-Fis opinion ??? Who to trust meh ?

Certainly not the latter.

Edited By: rev6 on Jan 29, 2017 15:38
#17
Northerndave
Mmmmmm, your opinion of What Hi-Fis opinion ??? Who to trust meh ?

What Hifi is stupidly biased towards its advertisers. I'm sure the Sonys are very good but the Tenmaks get excellent reviews from several sources and are dual driver, I'd be tempted to try the Tenmaks too.

Edited By: Minstadave on Jan 29, 2017 15:40
#19
Get some decent headphones like Beats made by Dr Dre #sarcasmcontinues :p
#20
chrisbenwalker
Get some decent headphones like Beats made by Dr Dre #sarcasmcontinues :p

#nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
#21
Northerndave
chrisbenwalker
Get some decent headphones like Beats made by Dr Dre #sarcasmcontinues :p
#nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
Lol!
#22
marty-401
powerbrick
Yes but I was being helpful whereas you are just acting the fool.
I most certainly am not! These are fantastic quality earphones.
Apparently they sound great, so I'm guessing the childish styling has resulted in the RRP dropping so dramatically.
Not sure I'd want to wear them out in public.
#23

next you will be saying we should trust the 'Gadget Show'.
1 Like #24
Was going to buy these when they were this price last time, but lack of in-line volume control put me off. I bought the Xiaomi In-ear Hybrid Earphones Pro instead for £5 less.
#25
powerbrick
next you will be saying we should trust the 'Gadget Show'.

OK, give me a definitive review site? Headphones of the year in 2 publications, thousands of individual 5 star reviews etc etc. I'd be interested in what you trust for reviews
#26
Northerndave
powerbrick
next you will be saying we should trust the 'Gadget Show'.
OK, give me a definitive review site? Headphones of the year in 2 publications, thousands of individual 5 star reviews etc etc. I'd be interested in what you trust for reviews
Maybe Amazon's reviews ?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B01M00S8ML/ref=cm_cr_dp_hist_one?ie=UTF8&filterByStar=one_star&reviewerType=all_reviews&showViewpoints=0
#27
Northerndave
powerbrick
next you will be saying we should trust the 'Gadget Show'.
OK, give me a definitive review site? Headphones of the year in 2 publications, thousands of individual 5 star reviews etc etc. I'd be interested in what you trust for reviews
In all fairness, Stuff and What Hifi are the same company and share content.
I'd more trust 1 reputable expert review than 1000s of 5 star Amazon reviews.
Then again, I picked up a pair of OnePlus Bullets last month based on expert reviews and found them to be muddy and lacking in the high ends. Maybe they just need to be worn in...

Edited By: thecresta on Jan 29, 2017 19:04: .
1 Like #28
I've been looking out for some in ears, since I left my soundmagics in a hotel last year.

Does anyone know how the sonys or above posted tenmak compare to these by zero audio which I heard good things about?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B0093VVP0Q/ref=aw_wl_ov_dp_1_10?colid=3HV71TC22LIL2&coliid=I3VXCMJHAV5Y0D

Edited By: BazingaBen on Jan 29, 2017 17:47
#29
Are they better than dr dre beats?
#30
charlottewhalley
Are they better than dr dre beats?
Beats by Dr. Dre are for people who care too much about what their friends think.
#31


these Sony's are excellent and hard wearing, give it a rest
1 Like #32
Got similar to these in brass, awesome.
#33
Wired? Cold
#34
gadgetcake
Wired? Cold

Cold? Hot.
#35

Interesting, I'll give them a try, thanks. I'm finding my Soundmagic E10s, whilst good, feel slightly uncomfortable for long usage and quite heavy with the inline remote dragging downwards. Hopefully the over-the-ear cable on these will remedy that a bit.
1 Like #36
Kanedaaaaaa

Interesting, I'll give them a try, thanks. I'm finding my Soundmagic E10s, whilst good, feel slightly uncomfortable for long usage and quite heavy with the inline remote dragging downwards. Hopefully the over-the-ear cable on these will remedy that a bit.


these are better than e10s
#37
Was tempted but reading quite a lot reviews mentioning these de-colouring. Keep using my sound magic e10 for now.
1 Like #38
Well, at least they are from a reputable brand than some unknown like Onkyo...
#39
PC world / Currys are really good with replacing earphones within the manufacturers guarantee period, with no hassle. Purchased one pair of earphones (sennheisers) around 4/5 years ago for £50....I get them replaced usually twice a year and the best thing is they kept the original price I paid on the receipt whenever I get a replacement if for example the pair I replace them with are cheaper. Got these as my latest replacement in December and they are pretty good for £25. Build quality is great and sound quality is good. I'll change them before the year guarantee runs out though ;)


Edited By: pogbanogba on Jan 30, 2017 04:53
#40
zoso1313
Kanedaaaaaa
Interesting, I'll give them a try, thanks. I'm finding my Soundmagic E10s, whilst good, feel slightly uncomfortable for long usage and quite heavy with the inline remote dragging downwards. Hopefully the over-the-ear cable on these will remedy that a bit.
these are better than e10s

Which ones, the ones in this deal or the ones in the post I was replying to?

Edited By: Kanedaaaaaa on Jan 30, 2017 10:16

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