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Sony MDR-NC11 Noise Cancelling Headphones £10.00 @ Sainsbury

£10.00 @ Sainsbury's
Sony MDR-NC11 Noise Cancelling Headphones £10 reduced from £39.99 Purchased in-store.
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Sony MDR-NC11 Noise Cancelling Headphones £10 reduced from £39.99

Purchased in-store.
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#1
Checked the Sainsburys in Hendon, no sign of it around. :(
#2
Checked my way and none either. If anyone finds one, buy a pair for me and i will pay:thumbsup:
#3
Good deal but I have some of these and they are not worth it... All it seems to do when you flick the switch to turn on the noise cancelling is add a bit of hiss... I don't notice any reduction in noise..
#4
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Good deal but I have some of these and they are not worth it... All it seems to do when you flick the switch to turn on the noise cancelling is add a bit of hiss... I don't notice any reduction in noise..

Try them on a plane, I used a pair of these last year whilst flying to Florida. Plug them in turn them on and start using them. Then if you need any convincing that they are doing there job turn the noise cancelling off, you'll soon notice how much they are reducing the ambient noise.

These babies will be flying everywhere with me.

BTW as for hiss, yes in a quiet evironment with no sound being played you will notice hiss but in the real world you would not be using them like that.
#5
Some people think that it will cancel every noise, people speaking etc. they don't.
Noise cancelling effectively means cancelling out droning/continuous noises, therefore using on planes is ideal to cancel out the engine roar, or when walking by a road, would cancel out the continuous noise of cars etc. Mainly it is good at lower annoying frequencies, though obviously some headsets are better than others.

Another bonus is that these seem to come with the plane adapter that seem so difficult to get hold of on their own.
#6
Can anyone tell me how these compare to the Sennheiser cx300s and 500s?

Also, am i right in thinking they need a battery?!

Ta
#7
Also, am i right in thinking they need a battery?!

Yes. And it's so irritating if it runs out half way across the Atlantic . . .
#8
These are good. I paid £25 for mine on eBay a couple of years ago. Musically you can get much better ear and headphones for the money but where these come into their own are in aeroplanes and at the gym.

They shut out repetitive gym noise very well - nearly 80% or so and I'd say nearer 90% for aeroplane engine noise.

And for that, £10 is well worth it.
#9
i'm saying hot, as when i look online they're retailing at a lotmore
#10
not to be worn while crossing a duel-carrigeway.
#11
has anyone actually found this?
#12
Bought these a few years ago for around 20 quid on ebay. Complete waste of time. The sound is very poor and the cord is awkward with the battery compartment being right about mid-way to the length. Cannot even be used without the noise reduction feature cos the sound quality is that bad; and like previous people have said, with the noise reduction on the hiss will drive u nuts. Might work in planes but don't think u'd wanna get something that sits and rots in ur drawer only to be used 1 % of the time!
#13
soxela
Bought these a few years ago for around 20 quid on ebay. Complete waste of time. The sound is very poor and the cord is awkward with the battery compartment being right about mid-way to the length. Cannot even be used without the noise reduction feature cos the sound quality is that bad; and like previous people have said, with the noise reduction on the hiss will drive u nuts. Might work in planes but don't think u'd wanna get something that sits and rots in ur drawer only to be used 1 % of the time!


agree, they are gash
#14
ive got the model up i think (£17.99 play.com ones from ages ago), and they're excellent. Use on the bus every day and get rids of the engine/wind noise, and can listen on a lower volume than before.
#15
Got the last pair in Braehead, scanned at a Fiver.
Many Thanks.:thumbsup:
#16
Got the same pair (Well the black one) from sainsburys AGES ago ... for near enoght the same price ... but there really good :)

Allows you to really hear the music on buses, train and planes ... and dont look to bad either given the control bits in ye pocket ;-)

Anyhow worth the money ... heat added
#17
Just been back at Sainsbury in Warrington and they still have 4 in stock. They are located in glass cabinet with the SD cards next to the cameras and sat navs. Good hunting:thumbsup:
#18
Leigh have about 6 left at the cigarette kiosk. Good hunting :thumbsup:
#19
Any in Finchley?

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