Wireless Stereo Hi-Fi Headphones *Portable Base* £11.00 @ Deal Extreme - HotUKDeals
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First post so apologies if i make a mistake =(.

I thought these were a godsend, I'd been looking for some good wireless headphones for a while, i tend to avoid electronics on ebay due to past problems, and the cheapest in nearby stores were £20 and the base wasn't portable, then i stumbled upon these. Nothing but good reviews on site, only roughly £11 with free worldwide postage, and comes with batteries *shock horror*. So I thought I'd share..

The base can be powered via wall socket but a connector isn't supplied, but since it's portable I'm looking for this doesn't concern me and hopefully won't concern others >.<.
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#1
Thank you, sent my son a pic of these as he has been talking about buying headphones, Heat added. :thumbsup:
#2
seems a good deal for that price, not used deal extreme before. Are they any good?
#3
Welcome to HUKD easypeel!
#4
Take DX reviews with a pinch of salt - you get paid "points" for reviews and positive ones are more likely to be posted than negatives, so they are written in a positive style (usually)
#5
I have typically found the quality of stuff from Deal Extreme is good (considering the price).
I generally find the reviews on dealextreme reliable - there are plenty of poor reviews on there.

I may get a pair of these so my wife can study while i watch tv in the same room...
#6
for 11 quid, you cant go too wrong surely

I dont expect Bose quality for that price but cant be any worse than my £5 Argos ones that lasted about a month
#7
I have 2 sets of 2.4GHz wireless headphones which use a 3.5mm headphone set. Incredibly hard to get hold of, but well worth the money.
#8
With earphones you can go wrong especially wireless ones. I would put the money towards a decent set.

Deal extreme is good for certain things, batteries, chargers, cables etc. But much of the stuff on there as in this case is cheap chinesse rubbish. Are people aware that all this stuff is shipped from Hong Kong ! Think how much the postage and packing is...
#9
Deal Extreme are good if your products turn up and are undamaged, however if you want replacement items or refunds then you stand pretty much no chance at all, voted cold.
#10
In my opinion, you need to buy a decent set of wireless headphones, there is nothing more annoying then hissing and constantly having to fine tune the headphones as the sounds distorts. I don't own these but I did buy a £30 set a year or so ago that just drove me nuts so I then paid £85 for some Sony ones that recreated 5.1 in your ear which are absolutely fabulous for watching movies late at night and very loud. Only problem is having one of the kids pitch up whilst your watcing the film as you don't hear them coming & it scares the cra* out of you when they just appear!!
#11
Seems very nice. Hot
#12
alera;1677758
With earphones you can go wrong especially wireless ones. I would put the money towards a decent set.

Deal extreme is good for certain things, batteries, chargers, cables etc. But much of the stuff on there as in this case is cheap chinesse rubbish. Are people aware that all this stuff is shipped from Hong Kong ! Think how much the postage and packing is...
Postage is free from DX
#13
Jakg;1678262
Postage is free from DX


Exactly, so the true cost and value of this item is even lower once you factor in the cost of shipping them from Hongkong. I too would spend a bit extra and get some that dont hiss
#14
Gary Durrant
Only problem is having one of the kids pitch up whilst your watcing the film as you don't hear them coming & it scares the cra* out of you when they just appear!!


LMAO! Good price, however i would be a bit weary. I purchased some Wireless Phillips headphones last year which set me back £40 and i didnt think the quality of those headphones were great so paying £11 for these ones would be a gamble in my opinion but each to their own i suppose.:thumbsup:
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As stated earlier, DX are great on price and delivery, but if ANYTHING goes wrong then they are VERY VERY POOR!

I bought some USB microphones for the Wii for at Christmas present for my daughters. The USB connector is faulty. Since 2nd January they have been promising to send a replacement part (very small). This has not turned up. I have been promised 3 times, different excuse each time, and NOTHING.

You have been warned.....

:x
#16
£11 good deal, thnx
#17
Bunnster
As stated earlier, DX are great on price and delivery, but if ANYTHING goes wrong then they are VERY VERY POOR!

I bought some USB microphones for the Wii for at Christmas present for my daughters. The USB connector is faulty. Since 2nd January they have been promising to send a replacement part (very small). This has not turned up. I have been promised 3 times, different excuse each time, and NOTHING.

You have been warned.....

:x


I've had problems twice with Dealextreme where one item turned up faulty and the other didn't arrive at all, both of them were resent to me the day after I e-mailed them about it and both were fine when they arrived. My experience of their customer service has been really good. :thumbsup:
#18
I'm pretty sure that the base receiver just broadcasts the input audio on an FM frequency and the headphones act as a radio...

I bought a cheap set just like these and they had a pretty amazing range, but the sound quality was awful (cut in and out as you move, radio interference, mono output, degradation in overall quality, etc).

Obviously these might not be the same ones, but I'm almost certain they work on the same concept ;)
#19
I have jsut waited 2 months for a refund from these people - terrible customer service! YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!!!:thumbsup:
#20
I got mine from ' Richard Sound' ......£9.99...check it out.
Receiver and transmitter run by main, headphone by 2xAAA .
It is infa red signals so has to be directed each other. Quality 7 out of 10.
Now days you can get Blue tooth but costly and worth if give peace of mind.
#21
I-am-Legend
I got mine from ' Richard Sound' ......£9.99...check it out.
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Do you mean RICHER SOUNDS?? :p
#22
I have a couple of bluetooth wireless headsets for the car. The quality is amazing. Logitech, cost around £35 delviered on ebay. Dont bother with this cheap rubbish, if you want a set get something that is fi for purpose.
#23
The item price is actually - £6.33
on the page there is a photo of the box which had the price on it - 99 HK$
so postage isn't free.

Why do people keep posting dealextreme, everything is cheap. - - - WE KNOW.
#24
I bought a set 2 years ago from a market stall for £15 . They look a bit tacky but still
going well. Wearing them now to listen to news on TV while on PC.
They are remarkably clear. Guess it's a bit of a gamble. You pays your money and
takes your choice.
#25
DJNG22
seems a good deal for that price, not used deal extreme before. Are they any good?

Dealextreme are very cheap for lots of gadgets and things that are hard to find in the High Street but be prepared to wait 2 weeks for your order to arrive. I dont think they keep anything in stock and order it as they get stuff ordered from them. However, cheap stuff and free postage cant be a bad deal.

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