Creative Zen Aurvana In-Ear Headphones £29.99 Delivered
Creative Zen Aurvana In-Ear Headphones £29.99 Delivered

Creative Zen Aurvana In-Ear Headphones £29.99 Delivered

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Creative Zen Aurvana normally £89.99 reduced to £39.99 and £10 Cashback takes the down to £29.99. 2% Quidco means you can get these down to ~£29.20 all in.

Premium audio quality for discerning listeners.
Creative Zen Aurvana In-Ear Monitors are high-fidelity earphones, which deliver the subtle details of music. Designed for the discerning listener, their earplugs form an excellent acoustic seal that allows people to enjoy music at lower volume levels, significantly reducing background noise while enhancing subtle audio details. Creative In-Ear Monitors incorporate miniature Balanced Armature drivers, which are renowned for their compact design and accurate sound reproduction. With oxygen-free copper cable for a purer signal path, the result is unparalleled excellence in personal listening, brought to life by Creative's 20 years of expertise in audio technology. For pristine audio and enhanced music, these are the ultimate earphones for listening pleasure.
Package Contents
1 pair of noise isolation earphones with silicon contoured earbuds
2 pairs of alternate sized silicon contoured earbuds
1 airplane adaptor
1 cleaning tool
1 travel case with integrated cable management
1 Users guide
1-year limited hardware warranty


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not sure if it's worth it.

"Riyad's Comments - Although Spode and I don't fully agree when it comes to high quality in ear headphones, we can at least appreciate that both the Shure and Ultimate Ears products are a cut above most models, which you'd expect considering the price. We also agree that the Creative Aurvanas are very disappointing. In fact if these headphones were £30 they'd be disappointing, but at £70 they're simply nowhere near as good as they should be."


Would stick to Sennheiser/Shure.

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I think with this type of earphone it all depends on the fit you achieve with your ear, I find the shure e3c extremely uncomfortable when used for longer than 20 mins but I can listen to these for hours on end, the bass is deep which is good for this music I like (R&B and dance) but admittedly they lack on highs in very vocal/acoustic music. It depends what you listen too and how much you can spend I guess, but these are great for the money.
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