Sony MDRV150 Hi-Fi Headphones - £8.99 @ Richer Sounds - HotUKDeals
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i was coming across this offer for the money it seems a pretty good price for such a headphone :)

The Sony MDRV150 offers outstanding value for a top quality brand of headphones.

If you're looking for some budget headphones to use at home, for mixing or to replace your portable's in-ear phones, then the Sony MDR-V150 headphones are ideal. Thanks to 30mm drive units these headphones have a strong, consistent bass response. The closed back design also helps improve detail as background noise is blocked out - ideal for commuting or for the home DJ. Another feature which make these headphones ideal for DJ monitoring are the fold back ear cups, making them easy to use for single-sided use.

Stylish and durable, the Sony MDRV150 looks set to make many friends.

Frequency Response: 16 - 22,000 Hz
Sensitivity: 98dB
Impedance: 24 Ohm
Cord length: 2m
Weight: 120g

Same Price at AMAZON.co.uk ( £8.99)
Link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-MDR-V150-Headphones-Reversible-Monitoring/dp/B00005QBU9
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#1
Same price at Amazon and Play
#2
-Sony has a bad rep for limiting volume. Is this the same ?
#3
PhilK
-Sony has a bad rep for limiting volume. Is this the same ?

I must say the quality of these headphones are fantastic, and they last for years! For a model in the cheaper price bracket, these definitely deliver top notch sound. Great bass, and the higher frequencies are pretty decent too. These babies go pretty loud without distortion. Heat!
#4
Cracking pair of headphones, have stunned so many friends with the quality of these, especially on an Iphone, they are so loud that your ears cannot cope with the full volume. Tempted to get a second pair.
#5
Hmmm just ordered some Sennheiser HD 202's for £22, anyone wanna compare these and them?
#6
MrKez
Hmmm just ordered some Sennheiser HD 202's for £22, anyone wanna compare these and them?


I have used both and I personally much prefer the Sennheisers.

The sound quality is better and the design is in my opinion slightly better, theres less chance of them getting broken.

I have personally used the HD 202's for about 16 months and the notable downsides are : after a few months the cable may become detatched from the headphones, however providing you have basic soldering skills, fixing this problem is a doddle.

Tim
#7
Pretty long cable which people looking for portable headphones might want to take note of.

Had a pair of these myself and wasn't a massive fan. Sound quality was good but the build quality isn't as good - the plastic is a bit flimsy. However, I'm the type to spend more on headphones so am being picky... for the price, you'd be hard pressed to find anything as decent as these.

timothyw9
MrKez
Hmmm just ordered some Sennheiser HD 202's for £22, anyone wanna compare these and them?


I have used both and I personally much prefer the Sennheisers.

The sound quality is better and the design is in my opinion slightly better, theres less chance of them getting broken.

I have personally used the HD 202's for about 16 months and the notable downsides are : after a few months the cable may become detatched from the headphones, however providing you have basic soldering skills, fixing this problem is a doddle.

Tim


Sennheiser provide a 2 year warranty.. you should take advantage of it! Many a time I've had to return headphones because of some kind of issue with the headphone jack connection and they've always replaced them pretty promptly.

Edited By: oldmanhouse on Apr 06, 2011 03:00
banned#8
I added this to my Amazon wishlist and it told me the most wished for set was the Sennheiser HD201 Closed Back Headphones and they have stunning reviews so I'm torn. Can anybody tell me if its worth the extra £4.70?
#9
Got these on Amazon towards the end of last year for £8. Using them right now. Decent pair of headphones for just normal use
#10
Have used a pair of these at work now for over 3 years, no problems yet and great sound quality for the money.
#11
These are great little headphones, but are LITLLE headphones. They are very tight and can become a little uncomfortable after a while for those with bigger heads!! :)
#12
godfatherman
Cracking pair of headphones, have stunned so many friends with the quality of these, especially on an Iphone, they are so loud that your ears cannot cope with the full volume. Tempted to get a second pair.


cherrypi
PhilK
-Sony has a bad rep for limiting volume. Is this the same ?


I must say the quality of these headphones are fantastic, and they last for years! For a model in the cheaper price bracket, these definitely deliver top notch sound. Great bass, and the higher frequencies are pretty decent too. These babies go pretty loud without distortion. Heat!


I can't believe what I read. I bought these from an earlier post & they are the worst headphones I have ever had. The bass is woolly & the treble almost non existence. I suggest you go to lughole savers.
#13
How do these compare to the HD 201's?
#14
On Amazon the same price with free delivery.
Link

Edited By: MikeT on Apr 06, 2011 09:48
#15
I have these. Paid £9.99 for them about 4 years ago so not really amazed by the price now. They are good headphones though, really good for the price. If you want some over-ear headphones for your iPod or whatever, you'll be more than happy with these. Only thing I've found is the sound does travel out of them very easily - if you have your music turned up in public, everyone will be able to hear it. Figured this out after getting some pointed looks on the train one day.
#16
intelligentlife
I added this to my Amazon wishlist and it told me the most wished for set was the Sennheiser HD201 Closed Back Headphones and they have stunning reviews so I'm torn. Can anybody tell me if its worth the extra £4.70?


Apparently they really lack bass, that's why I went for the 202's instead.
#17
Build quality doesn't seem to be too great with these. I had a pair and the cable broke within a few weeks...

Chimp
#18
Left my CX300s at home one day, walked by richer sounds and saw these so thought I'd get them. I was shocked at how bad the were. They're cheap but the CX300s beat them by miles and were only £13 or so when I got them from amazon.

Only get these if you're tone deaf.

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