Audio Technica ATH-ANC9 Noise Cancelling Headphones, £124.99 from argos
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Audio Technica ATH-ANC9 Noise Cancelling Headphones, £124.99 from argos

£124.99£18934%Argos Deals
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Found 22nd Feb
Amazon same price, for your choice.
  • QuietPoint active noise-cancellation technology reduces environmental noise by up to 95%
  • 40mm drivers for crystal clear high fidelity audio reproduction
  • Audio functions in passive mode even without the battery
  • Use for MP3, iPhone/smartphone, CD, DVD and in-flight entertainment
  • Includes hard case, battery, adaptors, & 2 cables (1 with inline control/mic)
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hugh_jorgans9 m ago

Build quality appears to be an issue according to Argos reviews - not voted


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Build quality appears to be an issue according to Argos reviews - not voted
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hugh_jorgans9 m ago

Build quality appears to be an issue according to Argos reviews - not voted


Please vote, it's your duty, that's how we've ended up with Brexit
I've had these for 3 (or is it 4 years now, maybe more). They're brilliant. The sound quality is great and the noise cancelling is good too. I use rechargeable batteries in mine and they last 3-4 days on a return commute of 3 hours a day. The 3 modes are marketing spiel though, I couldn't see much difference in them.
After all this time, the leather on the cans have torn, a replacement set costs about £30 I think they wanted.
Voted Hot because I bought mine for £170 a few years back
HotUKDealSeeker1 h, 7 m ago

I've had these for 3 (or is it 4 years now, maybe more). They're …I've had these for 3 (or is it 4 years now, maybe more). They're brilliant. The sound quality is great and the noise cancelling is good too. I use rechargeable batteries in mine and they last 3-4 days on a return commute of 3 hours a day. The 3 modes are marketing spiel though, I couldn't see much difference in them.After all this time, the leather on the cans have torn, a replacement set costs about £30 I think they wanted.Voted Hot because I bought mine for £170 a few years back


Did hear much difference though?
Pay the little bit extra and get a pair of Bose qc25
I got a pair of these off eBay and I really enjoyed using them. However, the switch to activate the noise cancellation is extremely flimsy. Within a few months of only really light usage the switch malfunctioned, causing the left speaker to not work correctly when the noise cancellation was turned on. For £100+ headphones it's a bit crap.
megatron2022nd Feb

Pay the little bit extra and get a pair of Bose qc25


Pay more for a worse sounding set of cans.. sure makes sense
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