Sony MDR1RNC (noise cancelling) headphones NEW £242 (amazon wharehouse £126 - used Very Good) good reviews when they were at £450 - HotUKDeals
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Noise cancelling headphones. Brilliant build quality for £££
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6 Likes #1
Who in their right mind would pay £450 for headphones?????
#2
I have an old pair of the foam ones off an old Sony Walkman and they sound great.
4 Likes #3
master10
Who in their right mind would pay £450 for headphones?????


Because they are better. If you ever buy a good quality pair you will know what I mean.
#4
You need a decent quality source to make the best of decent headphones too.
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master10
Who in their right mind would pay £450 for headphones?????

Subjective matter, its like saying who in the right mind buy's a Ferrari?
#6
I wonder which headphones are better, these or Bang and Olufsen H6. I'm really interested in the H6...I have the MDR-1R, but i don't think the H6 will be much of an improvement.
#7
Does it give warranty?
#8
Do the block out noise when sound isn't playing three them .
1 Like #9
Just bought the wireless xbt900 for 110 in Argos. Also worth a look at
#10
I got Devon headphones for 20 quid and they cut out the noise well and good sound. What a waste spending over £100.
1 Like #11
fossit
I got Devon headphones for 20 quid and they cut out the noise well and good sound. What a waste spending over £100.

I spent £16 on Sony XD150, then payed £42 for MDR-1R and i could easily notice a difference in sound quality. They are just as comfortable, warm and amazing sound, synthetic leather too as a bonus. Paying for good headphones is so worth it, its definitely not a "waste". I thought i would never go back to expensive headphones again but I'm really glad i gave it a second chance.
1 Like #12
fossit
I got Devon headphones for 20 quid and they cut out the noise well and good sound. What a waste spending over £100.
Are they As Good As the Cornwall headphones or is the sound a little pasty sorry patchy?oO
#13
Used - ear infection! Yuk. oO
1 Like #14
fossit
I got Devon headphones for 20 quid and they cut out the noise well and good sound. What a waste spending over £100.

Hahaha alright there Calvin Harris
#15
master10
Who in their right mind would pay £450 for headphones?????
People who send them back to Amazon after realising what they've done, obviously.
#16
Kinda wish I'd bought these for the zombie apocalypse headphone mountain. Did buy some Koss Porta Pros tho ... wow!
3 Likes #17
The 'h' is in whorehouse not warehouse.
2 Likes #18
Some people are gamers so they pay £400 on a PS4, some people are interested in Music so they pay £400 on a pair of headphones. Its just what your into. Even listening on a pair of £150 headphone to a £50 pair, there is usually a massive difference.
#19
with active noise cancellation, these are geared towards commuters. I would not buy them instead Bang and Olufsen's Beoplay H7 wirelss and H6 2nd gen, both new can be had for for under £300 combined.
#20
Wedge1234
Some people are gamers so they pay £400 on a PS4, some people are interested in Music so they pay £400 on a pair of headphones. Its just what your into. Even listening on a pair of £150 headphone to a £50 pair, there is usually a massive difference.

but at £126 these are a steal.
#21
up to 180, less of a steal
1 Like #22
ear wax included from the previous owner
1 Like #23
idrishussainw7
but at £126 these are a steal.


I got them just before prime day and they were at £146 so £117 with the warehouse 20% off. The build quality is awesome and so is the sound. Also very comfy to wear for long periods. Not had noise cancellation cans before but i read a lot of them you can only use when the noise cancellation is turned on. These still produce sound with it turned off. Very happy with them for the money.
#24
kick_u_in_the_nuts
ear wax included from the previous owner

atleast we are not talking about in-ear headphones.
#25
sprite127594
I got them just before prime day and they were at £146 so £117 with the warehouse 20% off. The build quality is awesome and so is the sound. Also very comfy to wear for long periods. Not had noise cancellation cans before but i read a lot of them you can only use when the noise cancellation is turned on. These still produce sound with it turned off. Very happy with them for the money.

they must be heavy though
#26
idrishussainw7
they must be heavy though

I wouldn't say so. Ive used them while cycling and not noticed them to be heavy.
#27
Can't find anything with 126 ? Links takes to the product prices at 331
#28
master10
Who in their right mind would pay £450 for headphones?????
You must be one of the people buying up all the 50p headphones from B&M. oO

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