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Sony MDR V150 Headphones (Black) £7.99 @ play.com

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Sony MDR V150 earphones
Product Type: Headphones - wired
Recommended Use: Professional audio system, home audio system, portable audio system
Colour: Black
Headphones Type: Binaural
Headphones Form Factor: Ear-cup
Connectivity Technology: Wired
Sound Output Mode: Stereo
Response Bandwidth: 18 - 22000 Hz
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year warranty
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#1
they have good reviews
#2
I would consider it but want earphones rather than headphones. Hot though.
#3
I love these, they're the only headphones I've ever had that have actually been comfortable and the sound is suprisingly good.
#4
Bought these from amazon for same price.STILL WAITING FOR THEM TO BE DELIVERED.I ordered them on the 27th of Dec.
#5
I've just ordered the Sennheiser HD201s for £13.89 from Amazon. £7.99 for these is a steal but I just prefer the build quality and sound of the Sennheisers. Would love to compare the two side by side to see the difference... hot deal anyway.
#7
Thank you, have just ordered them .. voted hot.
#8
Wooley bass & lacking treble & detail. Total rubbish.
#9
HOTPOT
Wooley bass & lacking treble & detail. Total rubbish.


Utter tosh - excellent headphones for a crazy cheap price
#10
Bought these last August for £6.99 from Play for my son. They sounded OK, the cans are very small, there is no padding on the headband and they are now broke. The can connection is a bit fragile and will break easier than the Sennheiser HD201 or 202 (I have both of them).
#11
montblanc
I love these, they're the only headphones I've ever had that have actually been comfortable and the sound is suprisingly good.


I have these also - i must have a big head as my ear can hurt after a couple of hours lol
however I think they give good decent quality sound for the asking price and also i think the build quality is quite good .

Edited By: corzair on Jan 06, 2011 17:59
#12
kp703
Bought these from amazon for same price.STILL WAITING FOR THEM TO BE DELIVERED.I ordered them on the 27th of Dec.
I ordered these from Play on the 20th (they have been this price for a while on Play) and it still says "Awaiting Stock"! oO
#13
does any one know whats is the cord length please?:|
#14
Oh Poop - just bought these in Sainsburys for £13! Grrrrr !
#15
mikeyw
HOTPOT
Wooley bass & lacking treble & detail. Total rubbish.


Utter tosh - excellent headphones for a crazy cheap price


Unbelievable. They are the worst pair I have ever owned. You have no ear for hi fi whatsoever, or lo fi for that matter. Worst buy ever.
#16
Got these and disappointed same as corzair, damn uncomfortable.
#17
Oh not these again!!!
#18
Bought some and could not believe how much worse than my CX300s they were.
#19
I bought a set of these ages ago from Tesco (£12) and they're the only over the ear headphones that I've owned. I mainly use them for gaming and for the price, definitely a good buy for as a spare or primary set, although after a while they do seem to hurt my ears. Nice sound quality.

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