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Sennheiser HD 4.5 Wireless Noise Cancelling headphones £130.00 @ Amazon.de

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£130.00 @ Amazon Germany
Been looking at these for a while and I don't want to pay double the price for the Bose QC35s. These are £170 on Amazon UK. But work out at £130 when buying through Amazon.de. Current exchange rate is… Read More
Been looking at these for a while and I don't want to pay double the price for the Bose QC35s. These are £170 on Amazon UK. But work out at £130 when buying through Amazon.de. Current exchange rate is…
Chillbo Avatar1d, 1h agoFound 1 day, 1 hour ago2 Comments
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misa426
Pay double for Bose, get doubly effective NC. You get what you pay for


What about sound quality?
Pay double for Bose, get doubly effective NC. You get what you pay for
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Apple EarPods W/ Remote & Mic £16.00 (with NHS discount, £20 otherwise) In Store at Vodafone Liverpool Church Street

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£16.00 @ Vodafone
Hey everyone! My first post on here :) I walked in the Vodafone store today prepared to swallow my pride and pay £29 for a brand new pair of Apple EarPods. As I pulled out my card about to pay, I fou… Read More
Hey everyone! My first post on here :) I walked in the Vodafone store today prepared to swallow my pride and pay £29 for a brand new pair of Apple EarPods. As I pulled out my card about to pay, I fou…
dannybrown1 Avatar1d, 10h agoFound 1 day, 10 hours ago2 Comments
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superspeedy
Have not checked myself but I'm sure you can get it cheaper on ebay....

If that was the price for their wireless airpods then that would have been a bargain.


Cheaper on eBay probably means fakes. It's common knowledge a lot of supposed apple headphones and on eBay and Amazon are fake.
Have not checked myself but I'm sure you can get it cheaper on ebay....

If that was the price for their wireless airpods then that would have been a bargain.
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KitSound Outrun Evo Sports Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds. £31.99 (from £60.00 From) Vodafone on eBay

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Was looking for sport earphones today, went in to Maplin store (they sell good stuff, but usually price is bigger than elsewhere ), so as me being bargain hunter- googled this item and found them for Read More
Was looking for sport earphones today, went in to Maplin store (they sell good stuff, but usually price is bigger than elsewhere ), so as me being bargain hunter- googled this item and found them for
trinskisroze Avatar1d, 17h agoFound 1 day, 17 hours agoAdd Comment
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KitSound Immerse active noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones £45.00 @ Tesco

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£45.00 @ Tesco Direct
KitSound Immerse active noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones. RRP £60 and often on offer for around £49. These are currently on sale at Tesco Direct (online, possibly also in store) and Sainsburys Read More
KitSound Immerse active noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones. RRP £60 and often on offer for around £49. These are currently on sale at Tesco Direct (online, possibly also in store) and Sainsburys
CapriciousZephyr Avatar1d, 19h agoFound 1 day, 19 hours ago3 Comments
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upu151w
Good deal, but these are currently clearance at Asda for £23.00.


Wow, fantastic! Which store, or is it nationwide?


I think nation wide from some other comments and posts however I got my set from Asda Minworth, Sutton Coldfield. when I was there yesterday two of these and several of the Manhattan headphones still on a shelf at £25 but scan for £10
upu151w
Good deal, but these are currently clearance at Asda for £23.00.


Wow, fantastic! Which store, or is it nationwide?
Good deal, but these are currently clearance at Asda for £23.00.
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LG G6 Plus free watch and B & O headphones £26 p/m 24 months £99 up front 300 min AYCE txt Total £723.00 @ Three

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LG G6 - The Big Screen that Fits in your Hand Great phone and high score reviews on tech radar You also get the watch and headphones which has a RRP if £350 Read More
LG G6 - The Big Screen that Fits in your Hand Great phone and high score reviews on tech radar You also get the watch and headphones which has a RRP if £350
Superdealman Avatar1d, 20h agoFound 1 day, 20 hours ago7 Comments
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The deal in the title isn't what's available? Cold.
£410 on Amazon.it
COLD, Get these sub 500 now.
500mb of data wouldn't last me an hour lol oO
Wow how misleading lol
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Bowers & Wilkins P3 On-Ear Headphones in White £59.95 @ Amazon & John Lewis

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£59.95 @ Amazon
Currently OOS at Amazon but can be ordered for when they are available. Link to John Lewis HERE Fantastic price for quality headphones. Product Description Concert For One - Discover pristine, nat… Read More
Currently OOS at Amazon but can be ordered for when they are available. Link to John Lewis HERE Fantastic price for quality headphones. Product Description Concert For One - Discover pristine, nat…
02wilben Avatar2d, 7h agoFound 2 days, 7 hours ago7 Comments
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Had the P5's which sounded superb but had a faulty / weak headphone jack....seems to be a common fault
cantonbean
Own these. Great sound quality and very useful hard case and folding design make them great for travel.
agreed! Had mine about 6 months and after initial 'bedding in' period they have loosened up and for me sound great. No doubt not as good as the P5 and P7 but for this price you can't really go wrong. Very comfortable for long periods; quality build; great case, with excellent mix of bass and treble. Should last a long time even with prolonged use. Heat!
Own these. Great sound quality and very useful hard case and folding design make them great for travel.
Great headphones !
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Refurbished Sony MDR-AS600BT Bluetooth Sports Headphones - Teal @ The Argos Shop ebay for £21.99

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£21.99 @ eBay
Retails new for £44.99 on John Lewis and Currys. Although Refurbished, it is still great value for bluetooth sports headphones that has a battery life of 8.5 hours battery life. Refurbished With a… Read More
Retails new for £44.99 on John Lewis and Currys. Although Refurbished, it is still great value for bluetooth sports headphones that has a battery life of 8.5 hours battery life. Refurbished With a…
gaja Avatar3d, 14h agoFound 3 days, 14 hours ago9 Comments
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Refurb.. so they scraped the ear wax out and gave them a tap on the table.
Noice.
Eewww!! Eeeeek!!!! Mega messy yak yak!!! Grow up, I'm sure the buds will be replaced with new ones being refurbished. Bunch of wussys.
Bunch of wusses!
These have quite obviously not been used. They will most likely be new but sold under refurbished.
second hand not going to happen
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Bose QC35 Noise Cancelling Headphones - £287.00 @ Home AV Direct

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£287.00 @ Home AV Direct
Good discount on such an expensive item. Reviews are excellent! Read More
Good discount on such an expensive item. Reviews are excellent!
SHunt94 Avatar3d, 16h agoFound 3 days, 16 hours ago8 Comments
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Bose qc35 for 239£ got them today Swindon outlet
Bose QC35, the poor man's Sony MDR1000X :p
I paid £259 for these about 6 months back. They are brilliant to use on planes/ trains to block out the environmental and engine noise. Highly recommended, even though they aren't cheap.
Got mine yesterday for £180 as graded because they were brand new... Just not in the box. Amazing.
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Free LG Watch Style & B&O Play Headphones worth £358 with LG G6 Pay monthly Contract @ Three

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Free LG Watch Style & B&O Play Headphones worth £358 when you purchase an LG G6 pay monthly contract with Three. You can claim the gift 14 days after purchasing your phone contract using the… Read More
Free LG Watch Style & B&O Play Headphones worth £358 when you purchase an LG G6 pay monthly contract with Three. You can claim the gift 14 days after purchasing your phone contract using the…
boulder_boy Avatar3d, 21h agoFound 3 days, 21 hours ago11 Comments
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Cold. Misleading title (at a glance).
Also not a great deal as false value of watch and headphones and contract as part of a bundle. In other words, the overall value is not the same as the sum of the parts. Or something.
any lg g6 users? your reviews on the phone?
boulder_boy
GlesgaNed
The total contract price isn't £732 though. It's £1090 regardless if you get the extras.
Well...when you 2 for £10 cocktails you tend to say each is a fiver...I've applied a similar logic here :D
If you purchased the watch and headphones your total cost would be a lot more than 1090, but since they are free their value is rolled into the contract cost :)
CREATIVE ACCOUNTANT!
boulder_boy

Free LG Watch Style & B&O Play Headphones worth £358 when you purchase an LG G6 pay monthly contract with Three.You can claim the gift 14 days after purchasing your phone contract using the link belowhttps://lg-offers.com/gb/en/pages/lgg6/homeTs & Cs: https://lg-offers.com/gb/en/pages/lgg6/termsBased on an example Three Advanced Plan that is currently half price for 6 months (30GB/Unlimited mins/ Unlimited Texts)Plan link - http://www.three.co.uk/standalone/priceplan-details?planid=1400668640062Upfront cost = £196m half price = £15318m full price = £918Total contract = £1090Free Gifts = £358Total contract price = £732The same sim only contract would set you back £456 which makes your phone cost only £276!

How can you deduct the retails prices of the free gifts from that example ?
By doing so it's no difference then just buying these gifts outright, which makes them not free ?

Edited By: LookingForGoodDeals on Jun 24, 2017 17:13: extra info
cold can buy the phone brand new for 325.99
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Marshall Major 2 Bluetooth headphones - £29.97 @ Currys in store

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£29.97 @ Currys
For Sale in my local store on a clearance with a wide range of clearance headphones The Major II Bluetooth gives you the freedom and convenience of a wireless headphone combined with over 50 years Read More
For Sale in my local store on a clearance with a wide range of clearance headphones The Major II Bluetooth gives you the freedom and convenience of a wireless headphone combined with over 50 years
budcomins Avatar4d, 23h agoFound 4 days, 23 hours agoAdd Comment
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Kitsound Arena Bluetooth Headphones Found Instore Sainsburys Craigleith Edinburgh £15.00

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£15.00 @ Sainsbury's
3 left on the stand. Obviously limited stock. In a rush so just a quick post. Read More
3 left on the stand. Obviously limited stock. In a rush so just a quick post.
bum-trumpet Avatar4d, 23h agoFound 4 days, 23 hours agoAdd Comment
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Bowers & Wilkins P3 Headphones £59.95 @ John Lewis

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These wicked sleek pair of headphones are on sale for quite a decent price! down to one colour (white) :) Read More
These wicked sleek pair of headphones are on sale for quite a decent price! down to one colour (white) :)
Prosamuraiman Avatar5d, 6h agoFound 5 days, 6 hours ago22 Comments
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These are the most expensive pair of headphones I've bought and I can notice the difference! Mostly when listening to spoken words on the bible app. I think I'll start investing in better headphones from now on.
They seem to be out of stock on line and random stock in store - I was lucky and got a 'clearance' pair for £45 last in Birmingham - they sound different to my P5's - but at that price not going to complain.

Edited By: W_jelly1 on Jun 26, 2017 15:40: missed a sentence
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Great price but I've had mine for a few years and can only wear them for around an hour before they start hurting my head and become too uncomfortable to wear. May just be me but definitely try them properly while the return window is still open.
rob15
davidfwalsh
fwert464343
No these are really bad. Get the P5s
get the p7s, I thought the p5s were very average
Get the P9s. Better still wait for the P11s or 13s.
If you're paying ;)https://www.whathifi.com/bw/p9-signature/review
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Pokemon ball on ear headphones were £20 now £9.99 - still £19.99 at Argos Add item from 99p and get free delivery or pay £1.99 @ IWOOT

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Pokemon on ear headphones have been reduced from £20 to £9.99 at IWOOT - delivery is £1.99 on orders under £10 but if you add an item for 99p you get free delivery - lots to choose from and you can ge… Read More
Pokemon on ear headphones have been reduced from £20 to £9.99 at IWOOT - delivery is £1.99 on orders under £10 but if you add an item for 99p you get free delivery - lots to choose from and you can ge…
emribena Avatar5d, 22h agoFound 5 days, 22 hours agoAdd Comment
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Red JVC Gumy headphones £1.00 @ asda

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£1.00 @ George (Asda George)
Not the best headphones by a long shot but worth £1 as a spare pair (even though they are red). Found them in my local store but might be nationwide. Read More
Not the best headphones by a long shot but worth £1 as a spare pair (even though they are red). Found them in my local store but might be nationwide.
R37R0 Avatar6d, 10h agoFound 6 days, 10 hours ago3 Comments
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Stevenage
Which store
The bass is weak on this one confused
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Astro gaming in-ear headphones - work on PS4 and mobiles £29.99 Sold by games_connection and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Great in-ear which work on PlayStation 4, PC and mobiles. Previously were £59.99 Read More
Great in-ear which work on PlayStation 4, PC and mobiles. Previously were £59.99
TonyBitti Avatar6d, 17h agoFound 6 days, 17 hours ago1 Comment
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What mug paid £60!
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Betron ProX7 Noise Isolating Earphones Headphones with Microphone and Volume Control £6.79 prime / £10.78 non prime Sold by Betron Limited ( VAT Registered) and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal

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Reviews are great, and you get a lot for your money! Lightning deal on for the next ~2 hours * High Quality Dynamic Dual Driver Earphones for High Quality Balanced Stereo Bass Driven Sound * ProX7 Read More
Reviews are great, and you get a lot for your money! Lightning deal on for the next ~2 hours * High Quality Dynamic Dual Driver Earphones for High Quality Balanced Stereo Bass Driven Sound * ProX7
wardi69 Avatar1w, 17h agoFound 1 week, 17 hours ago10 Comments
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Taa for posting but I missed the deal.
Any comparisons with Xiaomi Hybrid Pro?
Voted hot but suggest Cold voters vote it as "Co"
M_z
jayse267
where can you see this at 6.79? its showing up as 13.95 on the site.
I saw it at £6.79, but seems to be "Currently unavailable" now. Think Amazon have messed up.

Says it's sold out now on the right, above the 'currently unavailable' box.
jayse267
where can you see this at 6.79? its showing up as 13.95 on the site.

I saw it at £6.79, but seems to be "Currently unavailable" now. Think Amazon have messed up.
where can you see this at 6.79? its showing up as 13.95 on the site.
kay1992
Prime.

Spend 2 minutes making an e-mail address and another 2 minutes making a new Amazon account then free prime for a Month, I've had free prime every Month for the past 2 years! :D
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Philips SHL3160 DJ Style On-Ear Headphones - Purple / White / Silver / Blue / Black now £12.99 @ Argos

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£12.99 @ Argos
Not a bad set of cans for this price range, good reviews also (556 reviews/avg 4.5/5) and very good stock levels Purple Blue White Silver Black This purple-coated DJ-inspired headphone provides Read More
Not a bad set of cans for this price range, good reviews also (556 reviews/avg 4.5/5) and very good stock levels Purple Blue White Silver Black This purple-coated DJ-inspired headphone provides
goonertillidie Avatar1w, 19h agoFound 1 week, 19 hours ago2 Comments
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Ryman have the next model up (shl3260) in black for £6.99 in clearance, limited stores though and not online.
Asda have Philips headphone £7.20
white
black

red one £9
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Audio Technica Audiophile ATH-AD500X Headphones, £89.97 from currys/pcworld

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£89.97 @ Currys
Some great reviews. Top features: - Open acoustics with lightweight frame which are easy to wear - Great sound utilising 53 mm drivers to deliver natural sound - Versatile connections with 3.5 mm Read More
Some great reviews. Top features: - Open acoustics with lightweight frame which are easy to wear - Great sound utilising 53 mm drivers to deliver natural sound - Versatile connections with 3.5 mm
zed68 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago6 Comments
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This particular manufacturer's headphones are over-priced in the UK (as most things I guess) - these are $70 (~£55) on Amazon US for example.
Bilbo1968
True audiophile headphones are a tad more expensive than these...
It would depend on your definition of 'audiophile', but I disagree. I got my Beyerdynamic DT990 Pro 250ohm for about this price with an ebay offer at the time and they are well regarded. I'm very happy with them.
If you're talking planar magnetic phones though, then yes, they're expensive :)
True audiophile headphones are a tad more expensive than these...
Greyze
This is a great deal, why the cold?
It is not Beats.(_;)
This is a great deal, why the cold?
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JVC Gumy HA-FR6-B-E Headphones - Black - Currys - £3.97

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JVC Gumy HA-FR6-B-E Headphones - Black - Currys - £3.97 Also blue and white colour for the same price Grab it while it lasts.... Read More
JVC Gumy HA-FR6-B-E Headphones - Black - Currys - £3.97 Also blue and white colour for the same price Grab it while it lasts....
tc_Joness Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago8 Comments
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Dawsy
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sledwich
Worst quality headphones ever


Complete garbage.


Please explain. Comment is garbage or the headphones.. Was going to buy these instead of some cheap unbranded ones..


if you're going for unbranded, these are definitely better. But from my experience, I wouldn't recommend these though.


Thanks
Dawsy
sunnyrain
sledwich
Worst quality headphones ever


Complete garbage.


Please explain. Comment is garbage or the headphones.. Was going to buy these instead of some cheap unbranded ones..


if you're going for unbranded, these are definitely better. But from my experience, I wouldn't recommend these though.
the original gummy without foam cussions suits me best but never less than £6
I don't think it sounds that bad. tbh I can't really remember as I only used it once, left it literally untouched for a month. used it again, and no sound from one ear.
They're just decent, quality isn't that good. Worth 4 quid though.
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PHILIPS SHE3905GN Headphones with microphone - Green - £4.97 - Currys / PcWorld

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PHILIPS SHE3905GN Headphones - Green - £4.97 - Currys / PcWorld Available for both home delivery and collect in store in selected areas at time of posting Read More
PHILIPS SHE3905GN Headphones - Green - £4.97 - Currys / PcWorld Available for both home delivery and collect in store in selected areas at time of posting
tc_Joness Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago4 Comments
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Thanks for posting. Ordered a green pair for collection.
Both two pairs (green and purple) the other day at Romford - sales and free cycling workout from the city - heat added. These are decent for less than £5.

Edited By: LukeVorm on Jun 18, 2017 23:05
Any codes to reduce as expensive
Purple - collection only
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kitsound manhattan headphones bluetooth £8.70 instore Tesco

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seems to be instore only not sure if local to barnsley. they are bluetooth and selling for 24.99 in maplins so bargain at this price Read More
seems to be instore only not sure if local to barnsley. they are bluetooth and selling for 24.99 in maplins so bargain at this price
neiledwards27 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago2 Comments
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This particular deal/headphone is random in tesco. I've bought it twice at different times for less and over this price range in my local tesco.
Which tesco?
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FREE Yamaha EPH-WS01 earphones - Just listen to a product demo in Currys this weekend

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If you're in the market for some earphones, pop down to one of the participating Currys stores this weekend, listen to a product demo for Yamaha MusicCast wireless speakers and you'll get a free pair Read More
If you're in the market for some earphones, pop down to one of the participating Currys stores this weekend, listen to a product demo for Yamaha MusicCast wireless speakers and you'll get a free pair
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Kitsound Manhattan Bluetooth headphones - £12.00 instore @ Asda

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£12.00 @ George (Asda George)
Kitsound Manhattan Bluetooth headphones reduced to £12 from £25 Read More
Kitsound Manhattan Bluetooth headphones reduced to £12 from £25
deant1991 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago3 Comments
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Asda living team valley
What Asda this?
I have a pair of these. They are rolled off a bit in the top end so warm sounding, but quite nice. I've put a lot of hours on my pair. The headband is starting to wear. Great price!
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PHILIPS headphone £7.20 asda instore

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PHILIPS headphone £7.20 asda
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They was more
Only one headphone?
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Sony MDR-1000x Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Ambient Sound Touch Sensor High Resolution Audio Headphones - Black £283.50 Del @ Amazon

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Seems to be a good price from Amazon for these highly rated ANC wireless headphone. Read More
Seems to be a good price from Amazon for these highly rated ANC wireless headphone.
Mr.Tetley Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago13 Comments
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back up to £289
Sen Momentum > QC35 > Sony
Kid_Sickarus
Mr.Tetley
I'm actually not sure if it has been revised yet. Ive read they are offering replacements for any headphones that have been affected. I'd imagine the next step is to tweak the design to stop the issue entirely.

Mine have been absolutely fine but do you have a link to where replacements have been discussed (just in case), please?


Here you go...

https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/309028
expired - back up to over £300 again :(
I got these based on my own comparison with QC35's and it was a close call. The sound quality is better on the Sony, better mid-range. NC at the airport was similar and comfort similar. I liked the beige colour, so went for them.

I use mine on 12 hour flights and they are really comfortable. Battery is amazing and I get 20+ hours, but I've never flattened them (best not to). Charge time is long, but can easily be planned for an overnight charge.

Not had any BT drop out and can pair with multiple devices. Only annoying thing is to use the NC function without music, BT must be paired or cable connected or NC turns off.

The only reason I can think of to go for Bose is the name, bit of snobbery. It's like Android and iOS argument.
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Razer ManO'War Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset (PC/PS4) - £99.99 Amazon

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Hey guys, I posted this couple weeks ago and lasted a few days and went back up but amazon have started this deal again so thought I would repost it for those who missed the first time! Price usual… Read More
Hey guys, I posted this couple weeks ago and lasted a few days and went back up but amazon have started this deal again so thought I would repost it for those who missed the first time! Price usual…
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Also £99.99 at GAME online and earn £2.00 back in reward points see here

Edited By: infin8tygamer on Jun 15, 2017 17:38
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Sennheiser Momentum 2 Headphones over ear £69.97 @ Currys - Thurrock

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These had been reduced to £169.99 online recently. When I went into a store (Thurrock Megastore) they had none on the pegs but two or three in a glass cabinet (I bought one) Apparently they are clea… Read More
These had been reduced to £169.99 online recently. When I went into a store (Thurrock Megastore) they had none on the pegs but two or three in a glass cabinet (I bought one) Apparently they are clea…
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Checked this morning in the Thurrock branch price was back up to £169, bargain if you can get it
wow, that is a **** bargain
MBeeching
jlogan223
I can't find them on their website, and the person on the phone can't find 131945 either. are these the wired or wireless?

It's Black / Wired / Around Ear (AE)
No longer listed online.


that will be why I can't find it then :D thanks.
jlogan223
I can't find them on their website, and the person on the phone can't find 131945 either. are these the wired or wireless?

It's Black / Wired / Around Ear (AE)
No longer listed online.
The wireless ones are about £300!!
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kit sound manhatten Bluetooth headphones £12.00 @ Asda Leeds

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Blue tooth headphones down from £25 in Asda in Leeds can't go wrong with a cheap set Read More
Blue tooth headphones down from £25 in Asda in Leeds can't go wrong with a cheap set
ted5680 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago7 Comments
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I have a set of white ones I got from CEX, think I paid the same price and also got a 2 year warranty

Will check my local to see if I can pick up another set
I paid just over £20 for mine a while back. I was pleased with them for that price.
good sound and really good battery.

Edited By: yohanntessier on Jun 15, 2017 09:09: p
Checked 3 stores in north london and they didnt even sell this brand :(
Heat :)
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Sony MDR-XB450 Xtra Bass Overhead Headphones (Blue) - was £45 now £11.97 (Prime) / £15.96 (Non Prime) @ Amazon Prime

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Sony MDR-XB450 Xtra Bass Overhead Headphones - Blue. Box Contains Sony MDR-XB450AP Extra Bass Headphones with In Line Control - Blue Dispatched in 1-2 months. Read More
Sony MDR-XB450 Xtra Bass Overhead Headphones - Blue. Box Contains Sony MDR-XB450AP Extra Bass Headphones with In Line Control - Blue Dispatched in 1-2 months.
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we got some headphones from here that were good for gaming.
zizzles
Excellent question


https://ripgaming.co.uk/
toonforlife
Do these ones have a mic and are compatible with the ps4?
Excellent question
wow - sorry I missed this one :(
Ordered, thanks
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Dodocool Bluetooth v4.1 Magnetic Earbuds with Mic £9.00 (non Prime add £3.99) @ Amazon/oaputek

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£9.00 @ Amazon
Have been eyeing those earbuds for a while. Usually about £20 with great reviews online like this one: https://www.mobiletechtalk.co.uk/dodocool-magnetic-bluetooth-headphones-budget-winner/ Amazon B… Read More
Have been eyeing those earbuds for a while. Usually about £20 with great reviews online like this one: https://www.mobiletechtalk.co.uk/dodocool-magnetic-bluetooth-headphones-budget-winner/ Amazon B…
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Thanks OP! Purchased to use with Amazfit Pace watch and works a treat.

The only negative using my setup (no equalizer on the watch) is they are a very bass heavy, even for my liking. Same on other devices too.

For the price though, remarkable.

Edited By: mulletlover on Jun 23, 2017 09:17: Jun 23, 2017 09:17
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£18.69


OP: To get the earbuds down to £9 you have to redeem the promotion on Amazon page taking £9.69 off.

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Edited By: driver8 on Jun 15, 2017 15:12:
£18.69
If I had metal ears, I'd be all over this. :{
Decent price, voted hot. Discount appears at the end, summary page.
Looks to have been £10 recently, according to camelcamel.
Also, spotted this if you're having trouble ordering (and maybe this works for >1 ?) :-

Save £9.69 when you purchase 1 or more dodocool magnetic bluetooth headphone offered by aoputek.
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JVC HA-FR41-N-E Headphones - Gold, £4.97 delivered from curry's/pcworld

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Some good reviews. Specification Asymmetric Design Powerful Drivers 1 Button Remote /Mic Jack: L-shaped gold-plated 3.5 mm jack Passive noise-isolating: Yes Microphone: Yes Remote control: Yes Contro… Read More
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zed68 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago11 Comments
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Are they a good quality headphones?
Deal_HUNT3R
Got mine today. OK for a Fiver but the bloated bass means I'll only keep the one pair as it's opened.
I thought 'bloated bass' sounded good! In my experience none of these earbud types has the bass of normal headphones, so I bought a pair, but actually I don't think they have much bass!
Got mine today. OK for a Fiver but the bloated bass means I'll only keep the one pair as it's opened.
Just ordered one. Willing to try it with this good price.
Looks good to me... Will be ordering one.. Let's see how it goes... 8)
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Panasonic RP-WF950 Wireless FM Headphones - Refurbished £24.99 Argos on eBay

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I've had a pair of these for over two years and perform very well. Paid double the above I think.
Worthwhile pointing out to the uninitiated that these are not wireless Bluetooth, but the older wireless FM (as per title) so need mains power for the transmitter whilst in use. They're designed for using with the TV indoors.
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Dr Dre Solo Beats 2 Wireless Headphones £144.00 delivered @ Groupon

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payed £99 for mine from very. RIPOFF
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PHILIPS Wireless Bluetooth NFC Headphones - Purple, Green, Pink £10.97 @ Currys (Free C&C)

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Everything you need + Listen to your music wirelessly without the hassle of cables + Ergonomic design lets you enjoy your favourite music in comfort + Share your music wirelessly with a friend usin… Read More
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Got mine today. Very easy to set up. Charge via USB. Hold the middle button until light flashes, then search for Bluetooth on the phone - connected straight away. Pretty impressed with the sound quality too.


Thanks Jimbo. Can others also provide their feedback on the battery life and Bluetooth connectivity? I am tempted to buy from Curry's eBay store for 15 pounds although I checked with the local Curry's store yesterday and they said these can't be returned unless they are faulty. So don't want to risk it unless no issues with connecting and battery life is decent (over 5 hours) in actual uses.
I will be using them with my MacBook air so if anyone has had experience with connecting to Apple devices, that will be great, Cheers.
Ordered mine click and collrct. Got email confirmation of order. Promised email when ready to collect in store, heard nothing then today i got a boilerplate email saying they were cancelling my order due to high densnd. Thanks Currys you useless gits.
Got mine today. Very easy to set up. Charge via USB. Hold the middle button until light flashes, then search for Bluetooth on the phone - connected straight away. Pretty impressed with the sound quality too.
ashtad
Is there any difference apart from colour ?

improved model, different neck band, bigger drive....however picked mine up won't connect to my phone, went back into store, who were really helpful, I could pick up loads of bluetooth stuff in the store but not the earphones, tried against sales assistants phone, no problem, just not against mine, whether it is because mine is a 2017 model - no idea, getting a refund tomorrow (didn't have the packaging!)
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ordered....thanks...from currys salisbury.....the nearest currys to me now with availability is Newport....Newport IOW!!! so unless you live on the island...

black...like my bike leathers....LOL
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Mobi Lock Premium Gold Plated Airplane Flight Adapters / Converters for your Headphones / Earphones (Pack of 2) - £2.99 Amazon prime. For non prime- £5.02 or Free click and collect. Sold by Lock Sourcing Limited and Fulfilled by Amazon

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ninjin
What you will find is that majority of airlines that have courtesy headphones will use this type double pin plug. This stops people taking away the headphones (however cheap and rubbish they sound).
The airlines that don't supply headphones, ones which make you purchase a set for a nominal fee in flight (which you get to keep), will use the standard single pin connector.
For me, I think this is a good deal for 2 adaptors.
stuellis
kkthomask

Since MOST AIRCRAFTS DO NOT ACCEPT the standard headphone plug, YOU NEED an AIRLINE AUDIO ADAPTER .
What utter rubbish, I fly a fair amount on various airlines and not needed an adapter once in at least the last 5 years.
Still don't agree, been on plenty of flights where the free headphones are offered and they use the regular 3.5mm jack. Unless your flying some cranky airline that hasn't updated their fleets seats in the last decade your not going to need these adapters.

Does an A380, A350 or 787 classify as outdated fleet? I fly over 100,000miles a year on various airlines and my answer is based on my personal experiences with cheap Ryan Air flights up to Business Class on BA, CX and QR and the whole range inbetween.

Edited By: ninjin on Jun 14, 2017 17:36
ninjin
What you will find is that majority of airlines that have courtesy headphones will use this type double pin plug. This stops people taking away the headphones (however cheap and rubbish they sound).
The airlines that don't supply headphones, ones which make you purchase a set for a nominal fee in flight (which you get to keep), will use the standard single pin connector.
For me, I think this is a good deal for 2 adaptors.
stuellis
kkthomask

Since MOST AIRCRAFTS DO NOT ACCEPT the standard headphone plug, YOU NEED an AIRLINE AUDIO ADAPTER .
What utter rubbish, I fly a fair amount on various airlines and not needed an adapter once in at least the last 5 years.
Still don't agree, been on plenty of flights where the free headphones are offered and they use the regular 3.5mm jack. Unless your flying some cranky airline that hasn't updated their fleets seats in the last decade your not going to need these adapters.
Hmmm must be something those budget airlines use, I'll have to ask my butler and see if these are any good for him
What you will find is that majority of airlines that have courtesy headphones will use this type double pin plug. This stops people taking away the headphones (however cheap and rubbish they sound).

The airlines that don't supply headphones, ones which make you purchase a set for a nominal fee in flight (which you get to keep), will use the standard single pin connector.

For me, I think this is a good deal for 2 adaptors.

stuellis
kkthomask

Since MOST AIRCRAFTS DO NOT ACCEPT the standard headphone plug, YOU NEED an AIRLINE AUDIO ADAPTER .
What utter rubbish, I fly a fair amount on various airlines and not needed an adapter once in at least the last 5 years.



Edited By: ninjin on Jun 13, 2017 00:28
Nope, some airlines DO still require these adaptors. Sure, not many, but they are still in use today. And they are a pain in the posterior, too

Style, Variety and Performance

HeasphonesThe advent of digital music spearheaded by Apple led to the need for headphones that were capable of delivering rich bass, clear, thrilling treble and full mid-ranges that modern, discerning music lovers demanded. What's more, they needed a dash of style and portability for the modern active lifestyle.

Industry creatives delivered, thus the chunky headsets of yesteryear were replaced by models that are sleek, stylish and power-packed. From the simple earbuds bundled with your MP3 player all the way up to high end over ear headphones that delight the most discerning audiophile, modern headphones are truly exceptional.

Shop for headphones today and you'll discover a host of quality brands that pack a stunning sonic punch while remaining chic and sleek. Leading manufacturers include the major electronic firms such as Philips and Panasonic, audio specialist outfits such as Shure and Sennheiser, along with firms that focus on headphone aesthetic, such as SkullCandy and Ultimate Ears.

Headphones are output devices that take electrical inputs from computers, sound systems, or music players and convert them into audio output for our listening pleasure. And they do it in a way that allows us to listen alone without disturbing anyone and create an intimate, high-quality listening experience.

Headphones come in a wide variety of forms each with its own special features, pros and cons. These include models with powered noise cancellation, wireless headphones for freedom from chords, and gaming units that deliver the high impact sound and features needed to enjoy today's sophisticated games. Here's your guide to choosing the best type that packs and awesome sound while oozing style and comfort.

The Many Styles of Headphones

Headphones come in a bewildering range of styles and types, but essentially they are either open- or closed-design. This refers to whether they're vented or are sealed. Each type has its pros and cons.

Open headphones are considered to deliver more natural audio quality with certain models known as hi-fi headphones capable of rendering concert hall quality. The drawback is that listeners may be disturbed by ambient sounds. At the same time, sound leaks out from the units and can annoy those nearby.

Closed units block out sound from the environment and create a more intimate experience for the listener. Examples are DJ-style headphones that offer outstanding noise isolation and deep, rich basslines. The downside is that the sound quality can suffer from distortions such as muddiness and echoing. Furthermore, users will be cut off from outside sounds, which could be dangerous in some circumstances, such as crossing roads.

Open or Closed Headphones?

What's the Verdict?

For audiophiles who insist on the highest sound quality and plan to listen in quiet areas, the open design is a clear winner. Most other users would benefit from closed headphones. Exceptions include active users who listen while jogging or walking outdoors and need to be aware of what's happening around them. However, headphones are reasonably priced so buying a dedicated pair for each situation is a smart move.

Types of Headphones

The main way to classify headphones is by their form factors which determine how they're worn.

In-Ear Headphones

In-ear headphones are the most commonly-used variety nowadays and are refreshingly compact and lightweight. They come in two main types:

The first and most basic are earbuds which rest on the outer ear. These are probably the headphones that came with your music player. Some users are happy to stick with them, at least until they stop working. More demanding users upgrade immediately. The fact is that most ear buds tend to be poor performers, owing to the smallness of their drivers. Other than cheapness, they have little to recommend them.

The other, more powerful type are known as in-ear monitors (or IEMs). These fit into the ear canal and are thus also called canalphones. Most feature foam, silicone or rubber tips to enable a secure seal. They generally come with a range of ear tips sizes to choose from. This tight fit offers many benefits. It delivers passive noise isolation for a more intimate experience and the sound doesn't annoy your neighbours. It permits listening at lower volumes. Proximity to the inner ear also results in richer, more powerful sound, especially when compared to buds.

Certain types of in-ear models known as around-ear clip headphones, come with loops that allow them to be wrapped around the back of your ears. Lightweight like in-ear models, they have the added advantage of secure attachment. They won't pop out when skateboarding, jogging or working out at the gym which makes them ideal for the active lifestyle. Some users also find these more comfortable and they don't have to be inserted deeply into the ear canal.

Versatile models come with in-line volume and track controls allowing you to operate your player remotely. This is very handy if you carry your device in a pocket or backpack, or if you listen to music while working out or jogging.

On-Ear Earphones

These come in a range of styles. The most basic are called earcups, which sit on the ear. These are inexpensive, but sound quality tends to be average at best.

Another type known to aficionados as supra-aural headphones come in a variety of types including open-, semi-open, and closed-back models. Their main characteristic is a band to hold it to your head and flat pads that squeeze up against your ears providing sound isolation. Their main drawback is their heaviness and bulk, making them less suitable for mobile users. Moreover, they can get uncomfortably hot over time.

Full-size headphones are the bulkiest and also deliver the most impressively authentic sound. They usually feature large drivers which allow them to deliver higher volumes without distortion. Also known as circumaural headphones, their cups completely cover the ears, cocooning the listener in sonic ambiance. Another bonus is that they don't press against the ears and so are more comfortable. These features make them perfect for audiophiles demanding ultra-high quality extended listening sessions.

Headphones can also be grouped as to special characteristics they offer.

Noise Isolating Earphones

Fitting snugly into your ear canal, these use foam, rubber and a tight fit to create an airtight seal that blocks out ambient noise. Other than delivering clear, accurate sound, another nice touch about noise isolating phones is that you don't annoy people nearby. Plus this sonic soundproofing lets you play your sounds at a lower volume. The downside is that some people find them uncomfortable.

Noise-Cancelling Headphones

While noise-isolating units simply use a seal to block external sounds, noise cancelling headphones feature sophisticated electronics to render active noise control. They work by capturing exterior noise via a microphone, phase-reverse the noise, and introduce it into the sound output. In a sense, they create anti-noise that cancels out the original.

The benefits are manifold. Using noise-cancelling headphones permits you to listen at lower volumes which is better for your ears. The quiet sound levels also result in a richer and more authentic listening experience. They're a particularly good choice for travellers on planes or commuters on buses or trains.

While the noise reduction can be dramatic, these items do have some drawbacks. For one thing, they're more expensive. They tend to be heavier owing to the circuitry and required power source, plus, the battery has to be charged regularly. Finally, audio quality can suffer with hissing and humming interference and a tinny quality to the sound. However, technology is always advancing, with models offering an increasingly enhanced listening experience appearing all the time.

Wireless Headphones

If you're fed up of constantly getting your headphone cord tangled up or snagged on protruding items, you'll welcome these cordless units. Styles range from full-size models complete with charging stands, to portable wireless headphones that hold the power and control pack in a loop around your neck. Most are rechargeable via a USB lead that connects to an adapter or a computer.

One thing to bear in mind, though, is that you do have to sacrifice audio quality. This is because the system needs to compress the music file while sending it to the phones. However, new audio technologies such as the aptX Bluetooth sound codec minimise any sound degradation. Another factor to bear in mind is that the phones require their own power supply. This adds to the bulk and means you have one more device for which you need to keep an eye on battery levels.

Headphones for Special Uses

Most people use their headphones for listening to music on devices such as mobile phones, mp3 players, and iPods. Also available are headphones with features making them useful for special purposes.

Headsets

With built-in microphones and high quality performance, headsets are a must in this connected age, especially for users of Skype and Hangouts who appreciate hands-free communication. They're also vital for users of voice-to-text dictation systems. Online gamers are another group who benefit from headsets.

Sports Earphones

If you play sports, work out at a gym, or lead a generally active lifestyle, music is a great motivator. Listening to podcasts and other programming also makes a fine accompaniment to physical activity. The good news is that you can find perfect headphones to complete your experience in the form of headphones that deliver great sounds while staying firmly in place during the most rigorous exercise routines. These include the clip earphones mentioned above and on-ear headphones that feature the band on the back (neck sitting). Wireless headphones are also great for sporty types, as there are no lines to snag on.

Models featuring on-cord controls and built-in microphones are especially convenient for active users. They allow you to switch playlists, take phone calls and adjust volume without having to stop your activity to access the player itself.

If you're a committed athlete, you can find special headphones that work to monitor your heart rate and deliver audio cues to help with your workout routine.

Water-resistant headphones are also suitable for active users. As well as withstanding perspiration, they're also great for boaters, fishermen, or just for anyone who might get caught out in the rain. Other features of certain sports headphones are reflective cords to help visibility. These offer enhanced safety to those jogging in low light, for example.

Headphones for Gaming

Gaming headphones require some special qualities. They need to deliver stunning sound, of course, so that you can completely immerse yourself in the plot and keep on top of the action. Quality-wise, they need to render a fine balance between high and low frequencies, and create an atmospheric sense of space that's essential for an authentic gaming environment. They also need a quality microphone so you can chat with your buddies in the online arena. Lastly, most gamers are in it for the long haul, so you need headphones that will stay comfortable for hours on end. Lightweight and soft foam earcups are ideal for this.

Headphone Cables and Plugs

One factor to consider is the type of cable you want in your headphones. They come in several types. Most earbuds feature the double sided Y-cable that connects to both earpieces. Another option is the J-cable in which one side is longer than the other. This allows it to be strung round the back of the neck. The other main type, mostly found in on ear models is single cabling which features just one cord attached to the left ear-piece. The sound is then fed internally to the right ear via the headband. Single cord styles are less likely to get tangled up.

As for materials, most audiophiles agree that oxygen-free copper (OFC) is the way to go. Real audio buffs insist on (7N) seven 9's cables, so called because they're rated oxygen-free to 7 decimal places.

Plugs come in two main types: straight and angled. Angled models, also known as L plugs are useful with devices that feature earphone outlets situated on the bottom or side. Gold-tipped plugs are desirable, as they don't corrode or tarnish as copper does over time.

Are Headphones Unhealthy?

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Though many have proclaimed that listening to music through headphones is a recipe for deafness, the jury's still out in that regard. Headphones deliver a few milliwatts of output power, which is quite safe, provided that care is taken not to play at too high a volume.

One way to stay safe is to only choose quality products. Research has shown that higher frequencies cause the most damage so using high quality units that deliver rich bass should be healthier.

Like anything done to excess, listening to loud music can cause problems. The wise solution is to limit volume and time spent listening. 80% volume for up to 90 minutes at a time has been cited as a safe program and should be enough for even the most die-hard music buffs.

Another option for users worried about their hearing, or that of their children, is to choose volume-limiting headphones. These offer a built in feature that limits your volume to a safe level of 85 dB or less.

Users also need to consider their safety, especially those using their headphones out of doors. Sometimes, as when exercising outside, users really need to remain aware of the environment so as to avoid any danger. For this reason, open style phones are recommended as they allow ambient sound in. Luckily, headphones are so economical tat it makes sense to buy several pairs for the varied circumstances of a modern lifestyle.

Headphones and Battery Life

One factor users are concerned about is battery life. The fact is that headphones consume low levels of power and this tends to be fairly constant across headphone types. While the bigger speakers of full-size phones require more energy to move than tiny ear buds, the difference in battery life tends not to be dramatic owing to the high efficiency of the units.

Battery life becomes more of an issue with noise-cancelling and wireless units, as these require their own power sources. One big power-guzzler is the Bluetooth radio for wireless headphones. You may find the desirable portability of such units marred by diminished battery life. However, most Bluetooth phones are rechargeable and a daily charge is quite convenient for most users.

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You'll find quality headphones from manufacturers like AKG, Beats, Beyerdynamic, Bose, Sennheiser or Sony at keen prices at all the major online vendors including Amazon, Currys, eBay, and Argos. If you’re waiting for the best time of year to buy your new pair of headphones, here’s a secret: it’s probably around Black Friday (at the end of November) and Christmas, although several manufacturers of electronic goods offer sales on headphones throughout the year.

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