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Sony MDR XB500 Headphones - £29.99 @ HMV

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5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago
Excellent price for these headphones.

Not to everyone's taste but if you've been looking at these (like I have been) then this is a great deal.

5% Quidco too.

http://www.sony.co.uk/product/hps-extra-bass-and-dj/mdr-xb500#pageType=ProductBenefits

Play.com £38.29
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#1
would this be available instore?
#2
ldn06
would this be available instore?

I've not seen them instore (Glasgow Argyle Street), seems to apply to quite a few on the website.
#3
Reviews don't look too good:

What HiFi - Sony MDR XB500
#4
jh1998
Reviews don't look too good:

What HiFi - Sony MDR XB500


I know, that one is pretty poor but I've read far too many user reviews which are quite specific on points which are important to me.

Comfort, sound isolation and that use of a graphic equaliser calms to bass and produces a much more precise sound.

I was looking for solid bass without losing clarity (something which I've only achieved with my Ultimate Ears 'in ear' headphones.

These are very much 'Marmite' headphones based on what's said online. Only ordered mine yesterday but for £29.99 they'll have to be utter garbage for me to be unhappy!

I'll report back when mine arrive in any case.
#6
I have a pair of these, they are great for watching movies with a media player music sounds reasonable but hey really do leak sound badly
#7
Andi Keane
I have a pair of these, they are great for watching movies with a media player music sounds reasonable but hey really do leak sound badly


Cheers Andi, am planning on using them in the house when I'm on my own during the day so noise leakage is ok. Have seen that said a few times, presume that is linked to the volume (not that it leaks massively even at low volume)?

Whilst I remember!
Would you buy them for £29.99?

Edited By: Chirpa2000 on Mar 27, 2011 17:10: Question.
#8
Chirpa2000
Andi Keane
I have a pair of these, they are great for watching movies with a media player music sounds reasonable but hey really do leak sound badly


Cheers Andi, am planning on using them in the house when I'm on my own during the day so noise leakage is ok. Have seen that said a few times, presume that is linked to the volume (not that it leaks massively even at low volume)?

Whilst I remember!
Would you buy them for £29.99?

I paid £36 for mine and would pay it again, they are so so comfy to wear, just be advised that the cable is not very long .l

Wicked headphones
#9
Orders won't go through anymore guys. Says they are looking for an alternative source for a day or two and then the order will be automatically cancelled with a "item discontinued" message. :( was looking forward to gett these too!

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