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Up to 70% off Various refurbished Sennheiser headphones/earphones/gaming headsets @ Sennheiser

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As the title states, many different refurbished sennheiser headphones/earphones/gaming headsets sold direct from Sennheiser with up to 70% off, most around 50% of i think.. I don't know if these are r… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
As the title states, many different refurbished sennheiser headphones/earphones/gaming headsets sold direct from Sennheiser with up to 70% off, most around 50% of i think.. I don't know if these are repaired returns or just open box returns but I'd guess at the latter.
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Below are a few examples of whats on offer, there's a lot more using the link.

MOMENTUM ON-EAR was £ 169.99 now £ 59.99
MOMENTUM G OVER-EAR (M2) was £ 349.99 now £ 174.99
HD7 DJ was £ 229.99 now £ 159.99
MM 500 X was £ 219.99 now £ 159.99
RS 185 was £ 299.99 now £ 176.99
URBANITE was £ 119.99 now £ 59.99
URBANITE XL was £ 149.99 now £ 89.99
HD 630VB was £ 399.95 now £ 269.99
HD 650 was £ 399.99 now £ 249.99
HD 700 was £ 499.99 now £ 319,99
CX890I was £ 119.99 now £ 49.99

I can't comment on the quality of each one but i regularly read that sennheiser are one of the best headphone producers out there. I own the momentum wireless over ear headphones and after a hell of a lot of research and testing lots of headphones, these were the best for my needs/tastes by far and £175 for the momentum over ear seems a bargain to me?

Comments saying "£xxx for headphones???" will be frowned upon. You get what you pay for.

Opinions on good headphones will be appreciated however comments recommending beats will be punishable by death..
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5 Likes #1
£xxx for headphones???
2 Likes #2
I herd beatz is well kool and wikid, innit?
2 Likes #3
GonzoFK
£xxx for headphones???

edit...ok so I don't know how to post image links but let me tell you, big frown thrown in your direction


Edited By: learoy1 on Oct 09, 2016 11:00
#4
How I wish there is HD800 for 70% discount XD
#5
GonzoFK
£xxx for headphones???
lol.... Mere pocket change. If you you want to even consider taking audio seriously then this should be a starting point:
http://www.whathifi.com/sennheiser/orpheus/review
#6
Damn, just bought a pair of AKG 702s.
This is a very good find for real audio lovers.
#7
Decent offer on most of them, but a few can be bought cheaper on Amazon.

Also the MOMENTUM G Overhear are only £40 extra from amazon (brand new)
#8
These prices have gone up not down , last time I got RS170,s for just over 100 these are all 10% plus more expensive
1 Like #9
theprimogenitor
GonzoFK
£xxx for headphones???
lol.... Mere pocket change. If you you want to even consider taking audio seriously then this should be a starting point:
http://www.whathifi.com/sennheiser/orpheus/review


Tried this in August. It is real nice but is not like £50k nice though.... so even 50% discount I will not buy one (perhaps buy for 50% discount and sell it out right away )
#10
how can you have refurbished headphones?
#11
alhrona
how can you have refurbished headphones?


How can't you?
#12
The discount on the Momentum over ears is a little disappointing, would be nice to replace the B&W P5 for portable use (great build and comfort but rotten sound). For home listening it's Focal Elear all the way!
#13
SweeneyUK
alhrona
how can you have refurbished headphones?
How can't you?

its just something you don't hear about a lot in the market compared to something like phones or laptops
#14
alhrona
SweeneyUK
alhrona
how can you have refurbished headphones?
How can't you?

its just something you don't hear about a lot in the market compared to something like phones or laptops


They will be just open box returns most probably, but Yeh I'd rather get a new pair for a little extra cost.
1 Like #15
alhrona
its just something you don't hear about a lot in the market compared to something like phones or laptops

That's fair comment. There are strict rules with headphones and most retailers will not allow returns.
Sennheiser stock extensive spares for most components and will likely replace pads/tips during refurbishment.
#16
MBeeching
alhrona
its just something you don't hear about a lot in the market compared to something like phones or laptops
That's fair comment. There are strict rules with headphones and most retailers will not allow returns.
Sennheiser stock extensive spares for most components and will likely replace pads/tips during refurbishment.

you never know what happens there , they may not replace pads/tips. I will rather pay more and get brand new. Refurbished goes alright with phones , laptops and TV's/monitors but not with headphones
#17
alhrona
you never know what happens there , they may not replace pads/tips. I will rather pay more and get brand new. Refurbished goes alright with phones , laptops and TV's/monitors but not with headphones

I'd be very surprised, Sennheiser are not a boutique audio supplier. The Germans probably put them through a UV sterilisation process too. Perhaps the extensive work involved is why you see so few manufacturers offering officially refurbished headphones?
#18
MBeeching
alhrona
you never know what happens there , they may not replace pads/tips. I will rather pay more and get brand new. Refurbished goes alright with phones , laptops and TV's/monitors but not with headphones
I'd be very surprised, Sennheiser are not a boutique audio supplier. The Germans probably put them through a UV sterilisation process too. Perhaps the extensive work involved is why you see so few manufacturers offering officially refurbished headphones?

Yeah , it is a lot of work , that may be the reason why not a lot of manufacturers do refurbished
#19
terencetcf
How I wish there is HD800 for 70% discount XD

No you not, unless you like to heave headphones with no bass and you will listen only audiophile grade music, vocals and classics, piano, guitar.
But generally HD800 suck, hd650 far superior for everyday use.
#20
Saw the HDR160 for £39.99 but no stock when added to basket. Shame :(
#21
Aren't these like normal prices?
I couldn't find a single bargain amongst the mid/high range models. I wouldn't mind something like a HD598/558 to complement my HD650s but not at that price.

I really don't see anything remotely 70% off?

Edited By: Arcana on Oct 09, 2016 16:32: .
#22
MBeeching
The discount on the Momentum over ears is a little disappointing, would be nice to replace the B&W P5 for portable use (great build and comfort but rotten sound). For home listening it's Focal Elear all the way!


I can't believe someone rated P5 as a comfort headphone lol...
#23
Audiophilezes
terencetcf
How I wish there is HD800 for 70% discount XD

No you not, unless you like to heave headphones with no bass and you will listen only audiophile grade music, vocals and classics, piano, guitar.
But generally HD800 suck, hd650 far superior for everyday use.


Is really down to personal preferences. Also HD800 is very picky about the source. So from audio records, DAC to amps. You need to chose carefully for it. However, if you really like bass, the Hd800s obviously better in that apartment
1 Like #24
GonzoFK
£xxx for headphones???

Why not? Personally, I'd rather pay cash but each to their own...
1 Like #25
alhrona
how can you have refurbished headphones?

Mr Sheen
#26
terencetcf
MBeeching
The discount on the Momentum over ears is a little disappointing, would be nice to replace the B&W P5 for portable use (great build and comfort but rotten sound). For home listening it's Focal Elear all the way!
I can't believe someone rated P5 as a comfort headphone lol...

I find them surprisingly comfortable, though I'm sure I'd change my mind in a warmer climate.
The leather pads are nice and soft and the headband causes no hot spots (The drivers are terrible though).
2 Likes #27
The HD650 are £232 on Amazon.
#28
Overpriced to start with, I got a brand new pair 75% off rrp in supermarket clearance, for what I paid they were OK but I wouldn't be impressed if id paid the original price, I'll give it a lukewarm :)
1 Like #29
tricks4less
GonzoFK
£xxx for headphones???

Why not? Personally, I'd rather pay cash but each to their own...


This was a joke in relation to the description.
#30
Oh dear. The momentums are tempting. Does anyone know if they're tight clamping? I had to sell my HD25 as they were exacerbating my TMD, the things crushed my face in they were that tight.
#31
learoy1


Comments saying "£xxx for headphones???" will be frowned upon. You get what you pay for.
Opinions on good headphones will be appreciated however comments recommending beats will be punishable by death..

If you 'get what you pay for' why are you recommending buying headsets at over 50% off, their value most be less than 50% of the value of the new ones. It's a pointless remark. All the posts here are for things that are less the normal price, so do you always get an inferior product?
And if you pay twice as much for anything is it twice as good? Obviously not

Edited By: jasee on Oct 10, 2016 17:43: Annoyed more!
#32
M_z
I herd beatz is well kool and wikid, innit?


U no dat bruv!
#33
momentum 2.0 are only £199.99 new Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Around Ear Headphones for Apple iOS - Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00TKH1AMQ/
1 Like #34
All versions of the wired M2 are £199 new at Sevenoaks. Got mine price matched at John Lewis. Loving them
1 Like #35
Nothing quite like the HD598 for £60 from Amazon.fr a while back.

Heat for this though.
#36
MBeeching
The discount on the Momentum over ears is a little disappointing, would be nice to replace the B&W P5 for portable use (great build and comfort but rotten sound). For home listening it's Focal Elear all the way!

p5.. rotten sound?? really?? I heard the B&W p5 s2 at the headroom headphone exhibition and they sounded really bloody nice.
#37
leedsfan83
p5.. rotten sound?? really?? I heard the B&W p5 s2 at the headroom headphone exhibition and they sounded really bloody nice.

I haven't heard the S2 model though apparently they're an improvement. I certainly wouldn't blind buy a B&W headphone again but I'd be happy to audition them (along with the P7 and newly released P9).

Did you enjoy the Headroom exhibition? I'd love to go one year.
#38
You get what you pay for £300 for two speakers and some wire, while I agree, its still a couple of speakers!
#39
jasee
learoy1


Comments saying "£xxx for headphones???" will be frowned upon. You get what you pay for.
Opinions on good headphones will be appreciated however comments recommending beats will be punishable by death..

If you 'get what you pay for' why are you recommending buying headsets at over 50% off, their value most be less than 50% of the value of the new ones. It's a pointless remark. All the posts here are for things that are less the normal price, so do you always get an inferior product?
And if you pay twice as much for anything is it twice as good? Obviously not


wtf are you on about? did your brain just take a dump? try again and try to make some sense.
1 Like #40
Headroom was awesome! being a Queen fan getting the chance to visit Metropolis studio was something I will never forget. Chilling out in studio 1 listening to Queen on high end planar magnetic headphones!

The B&W p5 s2 cans were one of the biggest surprises at Headroom for me that day. Sure there was more expensive headphones on display but I was blown away with how good they were for portable cans.

As someone who uses Grado headphones every day, I was expecting great things from their high end cans. However, I was a little surprised that out of every headphone I heard that day it was the Sennheiser HD800 I fell in love with!

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