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Sony MDR-ZX770BN Wireless and Noise Cancelling Headphones £79.99 @ Amazon

£79.99 @ Amazon
Down from £120. Lowest price ever according to camelcamelcamel! :) EDIT: Loads in Amazon Warehouse 'like new' at £76 - so only £60 with the current 20% off deal. - sham63 Read More
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6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago
Down from £120. Lowest price ever according to camelcamelcamel! :)

EDIT: Loads in Amazon Warehouse 'like new' at £76 - so only £60 with the current 20% off deal. - sham63
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https://i.imgur.com/6OMetqz.png
#2
How would these compare to the Jabra move?
Anyone used both?
3 Likes #3
Loads in Amazon Warehouse 'like new' at £76 - so only £60 with the current 20% off deal.
#4
sham63
Loads in Amazon Warehouse 'like new' at £76 - so only £60 with the current 20% off deal.
What 20 off deal are you referring too?
1 Like #5
@tamaru, next time you can just right click the image at camelcamelcamel and "copy image location" instead of print screening :)
#6
arken
sham63
Loads in Amazon Warehouse 'like new' at £76 - so only £60 with the current 20% off deal.
What 20 off deal are you referring too?
20% off at checkout on Warehouse items
1 Like #7
are they worth it for £60? anyone got them or used them at all? couldn't resist in the end for £60

Edited By: sash on Nov 21, 2016 20:52
#8
Lowest Warehouse price is Used - Very good £80.62 in black, none in black and blue
1 Like #9
I got the non-noise cancelling versions of these and am generally really happy with them. They will connect with apt-x if your source will use that protocol. Even over regular Bluetooth though I am happy.

Just one note for anyone not used to using this style of headphones regularly - when used for more than an hour (commuting to work etc) my ears got really sweaty. Sorry, not nice, but just a heads up. Not really sony's fault though.
#10
sash
are they worth it for £60? anyone got them or used them at all? couldn't resist in the end for £60


I have them and bought them for £90. They are very good and the noise cancelling is good, but not up to Bose standards.
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Glad I tried these before ordering! I tried about 12 noise cancelling headphones in JL recently. These were terrible. If you're looking for decent noise cancelling, you need to expand your budget. I'm trialling Sony MDR-100ABN, Sony MDR-1000X and Sennheiser PXC-550 headphones, my favourite three of the lot. So far, the latter two are definitely better than the 100ABNs, but not £160 better (the former can be found for £170 atm).

Edited By: stringsonfire on Dec 06, 2016 20:51: word
#12
stringsonfire
Glad I tried these before ordering! I tried about 12 noise cancelling headphones in JL recently. These were terrible. If you're looking for decent noise cancelling, you need to expand your budget. I'm trialling Sony MDR-100ABN, Sony MDR-1000X and Sennheiser PXC-550 headphones, my favourite three of the lot. So far, the latter two are definitely better than the 100ABNs, but not £160 better (the former can be found for £170 atm).

QC35's?
#13
stringsonfire
Glad I tried these before ordering! I tried about 12 noise cancelling headphones in JL recently. These were terrible. If you're looking for decent noise cancelling, you need to expand your budget. I'm trialling Sony MDR-100ABN, Sony MDR-1000X and Sennheiser PXC-550 headphones, my favourite three of the lot. So far, the latter two are definitely better than the 100ABNs, but not £160 better (the former can be found for £170 atm).

So twice the price. Great! :p
#14
Thanks! Ordered one to give it a go before buying my wife a QC35.
#15
mark9412
stringsonfire
Glad I tried these before ordering! I tried about 12 noise cancelling headphones in JL recently. These were terrible. If you're looking for decent noise cancelling, you need to expand your budget. I'm trialling Sony MDR-100ABN, Sony MDR-1000X and Sennheiser PXC-550 headphones, my favourite three of the lot. So far, the latter two are definitely better than the 100ABNs, but not £160 better (the former can be found for £170 atm).

QC35's?


QC35 are best in world right now for noise cancellation. I plumped for Senheisser Momentum wireless, they have decent noise cancelling, but sound better than QC35, much better bass IMO, not over powering, just more rich and immersive. They are both amazing headphones, but then should be for £300 lol
#16
Warehouse code I believe has expired.

Edited By: rdann on Dec 07, 2016 13:52: new info
#17
zoso1313
mark9412
stringsonfire
Glad I tried these before ordering! I tried about 12 noise cancelling headphones in JL recently. These were terrible. If you're looking for decent noise cancelling, you need to expand your budget. I'm trialling Sony MDR-100ABN, Sony MDR-1000X and Sennheiser PXC-550 headphones, my favourite three of the lot. So far, the latter two are definitely better than the 100ABNs, but not £160 better (the former can be found for £170 atm).
QC35's?
QC35 are best in world right now for noise cancellation. I plumped for Senheisser Momentum wireless, they have decent noise cancelling, but sound better than QC35, much better bass IMO, not over powering, just more rich and immersive. They are both amazing headphones, but then should be for £300 lol
they ware the best but im afraid sony mdr 1000x have out done them...
#18
faysal001
zoso1313
mark9412
stringsonfire
Glad I tried these before ordering! I tried about 12 noise cancelling headphones in JL recently. These were terrible. If you're looking for decent noise cancelling, you need to expand your budget. I'm trialling Sony MDR-100ABN, Sony MDR-1000X and Sennheiser PXC-550 headphones, my favourite three of the lot. So far, the latter two are definitely better than the 100ABNs, but not £160 better (the former can be found for £170 atm).
QC35's?
QC35 are best in world right now for noise cancellation. I plumped for Senheisser Momentum wireless, they have decent noise cancelling, but sound better than QC35, much better bass IMO, not over powering, just more rich and immersive. They are both amazing headphones, but then should be for £300 lol
they ware the best but im afraid sony mdr 1000x have out done them...


yeah forgot about them, they don't sound as good as Senheisser though IMO
#19
faysal001
zoso1313
mark9412
stringsonfire
Glad I tried these before ordering! I tried about 12 noise cancelling headphones in JL recently. These were terrible. If you're looking for decent noise cancelling, you need to expand your budget. I'm trialling Sony MDR-100ABN, Sony MDR-1000X and Sennheiser PXC-550 headphones, my favourite three of the lot. So far, the latter two are definitely better than the 100ABNs, but not £160 better (the former can be found for £170 atm).
QC35's?
QC35 are best in world right now for noise cancellation. I plumped for Senheisser Momentum wireless, they have decent noise cancelling, but sound better than QC35, much better bass IMO, not over powering, just more rich and immersive. They are both amazing headphones, but then should be for £300 lol
they ware the best but im afraid sony mdr 1000x have out done them...


yeah forgot about them, they don't sound as good as Senheisser though IMO

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