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Sony MDR-V150 £9.00 @ Asda in store

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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Sony MDR-V150 Headphones with Reversible Housing for DJ Monitoring

* Reversible earcups for easy single-sided DJ monitoring
* 30 mm driver unit for high-quality sound
* Stereo unimatch plug for use with various audio equipment
* OFC cord and nickel-plated plug
* Frequency response:16-22000Hz

Amazon reviews average 4 star: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-MDR-V150-Headphones-Reversible-Monitoring/dp/B00005QBU9

Got these from Wembley store. None left on shop floor but as I understand there were more at the back.
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#1
I have these, they're alright, great for £9
#2
marcosdjcm
I have these, they're alright, great for £9


bought these for £18 last year. :x
#3
:thumbsup:
1 Like #4
$9.37 at Argos for those that would prefer to reserve before setting off to the shops or have not got an Asda local to them. Great Headphones, well worth the money. Voted Hot.

(anybody no why when I try to put a pound symbol in (shift and number 3) This # comes up instead?
Any help would be greatly appreciated and it would also stop me using the $ symbol (shift and number 4).
#5
yamarac
$9.37 at Argos for those that would prefer to reserve before setting off to the shops or have not got an Asda local to them. Great Headphones, well worth the money. Voted Hot.

(anybody no why when I try to put a pound symbol in (shift and number 3) This # comes up instead?
Any help would be greatly appreciated and it would also stop me using the $ symbol (shift and number 4).


Try changing your keyboard layout to UK its probably set to US.

Voted hot by the way
#6
yamarac
$9.37 at Argos for those that would prefer to reserve before setting off to the shops or have not got an Asda local to them. Great Headphones, well worth the money. Voted Hot.

(anybody no why when I try to put a pound symbol in (shift and number 3) This # comes up instead?
Any help would be greatly appreciated and it would also stop me using the $ symbol (shift and number 4).


Try the link, has all the details, incl. pictures:
http://support.argogroup.com/article.php?art=313

To be honest, Argos might turn out to be more reliable than Asda - based on the Wembley store anyway. Like I said, someone had to go at the back to get one for me. They didn't seem aware that they had these!
#7
yamarac
(anybody no why when I try to put a pound symbol in (shift and number 3) This # comes up instead?
Any help would be greatly appreciated and it would also stop me using the $ symbol (shift and number 4).


For Windows XP: It's in Control Panel under Regional and Language Options. Click on the Languages tab, then click Details. Just add English (United Kingdom) then remove English (US) Windows Vista & 7 are similar.
#8
Hello vbnmu,

Is it at all possible to quote a receipt/product code for the item?
Wembley Asda is close to me but if they are located in the back should I just ask if they have the said product in stock?

Thanks and I'm hoping for the best. :p :thumbsup:
#9
Got some of these given to me at work for free, great little headphones for £9.
Surprisingly good bass on these, while the upper frequencies are still pretty sharp.

Better than some of the lower end Senhieser cans.
#10
are these suitable to be used outside (on the train/bus)?
#11
these are no good if you wear spectacles as they are quite tight....
#12
Would these be suitable for children, 5 - 7 year olds? My daughters can't use in-ears and any banded headsets always weem to be too big and lack enough adjustability.
#13
Scar
Hello vbnmu,

Is it at all possible to quote a receipt/product code for the item?
Wembley Asda is close to me but if they are located in the back should I just ask if they have the said product in stock?

Thanks and I'm hoping for the best. :p :thumbsup:


Prod code: 4901780527434

Ask a member of staff around the area where they sell TVs. They have a storage area right next to the TV section. Headphones couldn't have been stored too far as it took the lad only a few seconds to grab one. He said there was around 4-5 left (that was yesterday). Any more help, let me know. I'll see what I can do.
#14
twe
these are no good if you wear spectacles as they are quite tight....


Playsatan
Would these be suitable for children, 5 - 7 year olds? My daughters can't use in-ears and any banded headsets always weem to be too big and lack enough adjustability.


Like TWE said, they are a bit tight, so shouldn't be a problem- which is actually why I have yet to open my box. Worried that it won't fit me!
#15
Thanks to everyone!! wooohoooo...
Am on the main HUKD page. well chuffed!
#16
TheQuilt
are these suitable to be used outside (on the train/bus)?


On the packaging it says the wire is 2m long - so might be a porblem.
#17
If you don't want to go instore, Play.com has these for £9.99

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/6383468/Sony-MDR-V150-Headphones/Product.html
#18
I would stay well clear of these poor build quality have had 2 pairs and they crack at the joints were headphones join the head band good cheap started off life at £25 now down too £9 I wonder why
1 Like #19
Manage to get a pair, asked the lady at the section who was unable to do a stock check so went to customer services who was able to and eventually locate a pair!

Word of warning, another employee noticed me buying a pair, going round to storage himself then going on the phone to say 'they're still 2 left' - whether or not it was definitely in reference to the headphones i don't know.

will take a pic when I get home but great stuff - rep to you OP!

Update:
http://i41.tinypic.com/nyzon7.jpg
http://i40.tinypic.com/255tnqs.jpg
http://i43.tinypic.com/uyp87.jpg

Testing them out with a Sony NWZ-A828 while playing some dubstep - impressive stuff, bass is really deep but then again I'm not an audiophile/pro but for my ears I'm happy - the bluetooth headphones that came with the player are good and all but lack the bass I like.

Thanks again vbnmu for posting this deal.
Scar
#20
Scar
Manage to get a pair, asked he lady at the section who was unable to do a stock check so went to customer services who was able to and eventually locate a pair!

Word of warning, another employee noticed me buying a pair, going round to storage himself then going on the phone to say 'they're still 2 left' - whether or not it was definitely in reference to the headphones i don't know.

will take a pic when i get home but great stuff - rep to you OP!


I got a mate of mine to keep one more for me (not the same person that u saw on phone today), should still be there if anyone needs one but cnt find any.
1 Like #21
Plenty in store at ASDA Huddersfield. Picked myself up a pair, and currently listening to some Lennon through them at home. They're definately not long use headphones (2 hours would start to grate on the ears I think) but the audio fidelity is excellent for the price.

I have a largish head (no jokes!), but these fit me fine. Just, as I said, may be uncomfortable long term.

Rep + Heat to the OP - thank you.
#22
Scar

Thanks again vbnmu for posting this deal.
Scar


:thumbsup:

dogbomb


Rep + Heat to the OP - thank you.


:thumbsup:

Hopefully they will fit me as well.
#23
TheQuilt
are these suitable to be used outside (on the train/bus)?


Yeah, they're pretty small, they sit on the ear rather than around the ear. And they are closed back so they block out a lot of sound
#24
TheQuilt
are these suitable to be used outside (on the train/bus)?


I use the same headphones with a Sansa Clip+ on my bus and tube journeys to work. They do block out background noise very well. If you have a good quality mp3 player like the Sansa Clip+ you can hear alot more detail from each song you play through these headphones.
banned#25
rimz790
I use the same headphones with a Sansa Clip+ on my bus and tube journeys to work. They do block out background noise very well. If you have a good quality mp3 player like the Sansa Clip+ you can hear alot more detail from each song you play through these headphones.


really? are they that good?
#27
Mascherano
really? are they that good?


Because they block out the outside sound, you do hear a lot more than regular headphones, like ipod headphones. But these are about as basic as headphones get. So pretty much any £20+ Sennheiser headphones blow these away, but for £9 these sonys are a good buy
#28
Bought these about 2-3 years ago from ASDA for a tenner, and still have them. Was a bit disappointed:

- Frequency range is poor, hence sound is not the best(even for this price range)
- Not the "Sony quality" built
- Wire is too long
- Too tight, so my ears ache

On the positive side:

- the sound is quite loud (depending on sourse),
- closed back isolates sound (in and out)
- simple and do the job they're designed for

Hope this will be helpful for someone ;)
#29
Mascherano
really? are they that good?


Well that's the difference i heard when i replaced my sony mp3 player with the sansa clip+. I know there are better headphones out there, but for this price they are good. Helped me through the cold snowy days we had, to keep my ears warm.
#30


Had a quick look at the tesco site- Their claim is that Asda is selling it at £12.97! Firstly it's not on the Asda site, secondly it clearly is £9! That is further proof that we shouldn't trust their price check..
Having said this, it might be easier getting these from other retailers than Asda Wembley.
#31
I have just called my local Asda in Leeds and they have them in stock for £12 ? I really wanted a pair at £9 do you think its a price error ?

I'm setting off in about an hour or so

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