Acoustic Solutions Bluetooth Wireless Headphones was £29.99 now £14.99 @ Argos
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Acoustic Solutions Bluetooth Wireless Headphones was £29.99 now £14.99 @ Argos

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Found 29th Jun 2016
Acoustic Solutions Bluetooth Wireless Headphones was £29.99 now £14.99

Been looking for some and these look good for the price

Free yourself from the restriction of connecting wires when using your headphones. The Bluetooth technology in the Acoustic Solutions HP5600 Wireless Headphones allow you to roam freely whilst enjoying your favourite music, or keeping the volume down when watching your favourite movies.

Stylish design with 6 hours of playback time and control via the headphone unit.

Separate volume control.
Adjustable headband.
40mm driver.
Rechargeable battery (included) .
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* Please note item 4345039 has previously been on sale at 19.99.
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Great price and in stock, cheers Op..
Just picked mine up not bad for the money.

Bought a Bluetooth Audio Transmitter off ebay to use with these so I can use them with the TV
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cowtc

Won't the sound be delayed (out of sync) if watching videos?



just watching TV with them now, cant say i notice a delay at all. will try a movie later via the media player
Unless the device you are watching it from already has BT, there would be delay in the sound, so it won't be in sync with the picture.
Thanks for posting- just brought
Worth a punt, thanks!
cowtc

Unless the device you are watching it from already has BT, there would be … Unless the device you are watching it from already has BT, there would be delay in the sound, so it won't be in sync with the picture.


Why ? (sorry newbie q I know) but it will be like using headphones?
anyone that's got a pair of these able to say if the quality is any good? how do they hold up with branded pairs twice/treble the price?

no familiar with the company.
What are these like ? I'm after a pair and preferably Bluetooth too so these sound good.
just paired mine with pc, and phone... no audio.. so guess there going back!
scooby_me

just paired mine with pc, and phone... no audio.. so guess there going … just paired mine with pc, and phone... no audio.. so guess there going back!



Daft as it sounds did you turn the volume up on the headset itself. I had same trouble at first and on some devices had to turn volume up on both
Anyone know of any good BUDGET noise cancelling headphones? Ie not Bose!
Anyone know of any good BUDGET noise cancelling headphones? Ie not Bose!
dergal

Why ? (sorry newbie q I know) but it will be like using headphones?



This is if you have a separate BT transmitter that plugs into the headphone jack. There is likely a delay by a split second for the transmitter to convert the sound and transmit it.
SaadiMonkey

Anyone know of any good BUDGET noise cancelling headphones? Ie not Bose!


AKG ?
I had some AKG K480 a while back, they did the job very well and had great battery life - paid around £100 from Richer sounds. Not selling them right now - but you may find some elsewhere?
Richer have got richersounds.com/pro…exp which has pretty good reviews.

Quinten

Worth a punt, thanks!



It feels like I've got Dumbo ears... the cups are tiny! Mine will be returned tomorrow... Rubbish quality as well
thanks works great with my Android TV box and phone
Picked a pair up today. Woman on the checkout said people had been coming in all day asking if they had any available. Looks like they are all out of stock nearby now.

They are ok, for the price. As someone else said, small ear cups.

Plus they won't pair with a lot of my devices without me having to purchase additional stuff.

Will try them out over the weekend but they might be going back.
SaadiMonkey

Anyone know of any good BUDGET noise cancelling headphones? Ie not Bose!


I have been using these for over a year (when driving and walking into work) and I am amazed by how well they work. You can get them cheaper but excellent at the price. amazon.co.uk/dp/…75J The battery lasts for ages and the noise cancellation is very good. It works very well for traffic noise, airplane droning and office noise (it gets rid of office noise very well) although it only get rid of 85-90% of the noise. But this is enough to allow me to put my volume down and hear clearly what is said if I talk to somebody on the phone or listen to music. You can also get them from ebay but it is more expensive. On the negative side the box with the electronics is sometimes annoying. My two cents: I have tried the DS-102 (thinking it could be better) but it has an annoying "pressure" effect on the ear when something like a bus goes by or the car window is open.
Edited by: "orioza" 1st Jul 2016
For the money, these are excellent. Yes my son's Beats Noise cancelling ones are better, even my Dad's Bose headphones are better as well, but for £15 they do the job well. Paired with my Acer Revo RL85, noisy films no longer upset the neighbours!
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