Sony MDR10RC Overhead Lightweight Folding Headphones - Black £23.81 Dispatched from and sold by Hale Communications - Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Lowest ever., usually around £45-50
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#1
Bargain!
#2
Excellent find! Have some heat :)
#3
Heat. Punch way above their weight, esp at this price. I found they benefited greatly from using an amp when listening on my phone.
#4
Showing now as £39.95 :(
#5
no heat 40 pounds now and only 1 left oO
#6
good offer. thanks op :D
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creepyg
Heat. Punch way above their weight, esp at this price. I found they benefited greatly from using an amp when listening on my phone.


They don't sit correctly over your ears and only sound good if you physically press them inwards with both hands while wearing to get a proper bass extension... try it. I thought that JVC Flats at £10 sounded better anyway as they sit nicely in place too.
#9
trd
creepyg
Heat. Punch way above their weight, esp at this price. I found they benefited greatly from using an amp when listening on my phone.
They don't sit correctly over your ears and only sound good if you physically press them inwards with both hands while wearing to get a proper bass extension... try it. I thought that JVC Flats at £10 sounded better anyway as they sit nicely in place too.

Each to their own. I didn't need to press then in at all to get a good seal. Although as I said, I found they benefited from using a headphone amp. Really opened them up.
#10
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creepyg
Heat. Punch way above their weight, esp at this price. I found they benefited greatly from using an amp when listening on my phone.
They don't sit correctly over your ears and only sound good if you physically press them inwards with both hands while wearing to get a proper bass extension... try it. I thought that JVC Flats at £10 sounded better anyway as they sit nicely in place too.

Exactly this. Need to be pressed for proper sound yes, I tried them (at least for me)
I got these when they were on sale for £20: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00I3LV47G/ref=twister_B00UMRAXP8?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

Far superior in every way, these have very good sound in my opinion.


Edited By: rapidracer10 on Apr 16, 2017 13:55
#11
trd
creepyg
Heat. Punch way above their weight, esp at this price. I found they benefited greatly from using an amp when listening on my phone.
They don't sit correctly over your ears and only sound good if you physically press them inwards with both hands while wearing to get a proper bass extension... try it. I thought that JVC Flats at £10 sounded better anyway as they sit nicely in place too.

I've never had this issue in over a year of using them.
#12
Bought, thanks OP
#13
I don't see that price, is it expired?
#14
Fantastic pair of headphones for the price. I paid £30 for mine a few years back and they're still going strong.
Expired.
Great for those that got them

Edited By: HUKD123 on Apr 16, 2017 14:48
#15
bought on the deal mentioned price :)
#16
i got this headphone for £80 off Argos 2 years ago :(

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