Denon AH-D510 Closed Stereo Headphones / Black Overear £14.39 with 20% off code @play.com
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Denon AH-D510 Closed Stereo Headphones / Black Overear £14.39 with 20% off code @play.com

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Found 23rd Mar 2012
20 % off code headphones20

Denon - Passion, artistry and technology are Denon's raison d'etre. For Denon, audio-video reproduction is not just a business, before everything else it is about developing products with passion and bringing purity of sound and joy to customers' lives! Better known for their Hifi equipment, Denon is today expanding their headphones range to maximize their customers' entertainment experience! These are absolutely superb and blow almost all the competition out of the water. They're exceptionally clear with smooth, powerful bass and meaty mids. Denon AH-D510 "Acoustic Luxury' Over-Ear Headphones
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Decisions, decisions, these, Sony ZX-300's or Goldring DR100's? Need them just for home cinema via a HTPC.

superfi.co.uk/p-3…spx
Cheers orderd.
Guan

Decisions, decisions, these, Sony ZX-300's or Goldring DR100's? Need … Decisions, decisions, these, Sony ZX-300's or Goldring DR100's? Need them just for home cinema via a HTPC.http://www.superfi.co.uk/p-3700-goldring-dr100-headphones.aspx



I'm a Goldring user myself, and happy to recommend them. Also, they are a British company (albeit of German origin).
kevlaw

I'm a Goldring user myself, and happy to recommend them. Also, they are … I'm a Goldring user myself, and happy to recommend them. Also, they are a British company (albeit of German origin).


Like the look of the Goldring's and that you can swap the cable out or will not damage the headphones if you trip on the cable.
The reviews looks fairly similar with regards sound quality. There's a fairly thorough review of these Denon's on Head-Fi. Though some of the comments on them creaking with subtle movements of your head are also putting me off.

Could any audiophiles on here recommend any better cans for upto £30? Only want them for watching movies. Thanks.
Bought them but couldn't enter the code anywhere, I went over the order process twice but to no avail.
Ordered cheers joni5
Bought, use redeem button on right hand side of page to use discount code.
Guan

Like the look of the Goldring's and that you can swap the cable out or … Like the look of the Goldring's and that you can swap the cable out or will not damage the headphones if you trip on the cable. The reviews looks fairly similar with regards sound quality. There's a fairly thorough review of these Denon's on Head-Fi. Though some of the comments on them creaking with subtle movements of your head are also putting me off.Could any audiophiles on here recommend any better cans for upto £30? Only want them for watching movies. Thanks.



Wouldn't say I'm an audiophile but the Panasonic RP-HTX7 Retro-Style Headphones are award winners at What Hifi and retail at Play for £29.99 before 20% deduction. Hope that's of some use.
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hope there good, reviews seem favourable and good saving down from 50,
was debating between these and the the goldrings but believe they have open backs so not suitable for me really was tempted by the removable cord but these were 25%cheaper so went for these code worked fine for me
Edited by: "joni5" 23rd Mar 2012
Code worked for me but type a capital H so it's 'Headphones20' at checkout.
Guan

Like the look of the Goldring's and that you can swap the cable out or … Like the look of the Goldring's and that you can swap the cable out or will not damage the headphones if you trip on the cable. The reviews looks fairly similar with regards sound quality. There's a fairly thorough review of these Denon's on Head-Fi. Though some of the comments on them creaking with subtle movements of your head are also putting me off.Could any audiophiles on here recommend any better cans for upto £30? Only want them for watching movies. Thanks.



Not an audiophile, but been reading up on head-fi for the past 3 months. You can get a Panasonic HTF600 for 30 quid. I have a pair and they sound really good for watching programs. Their semi open so they might leak a bit, but it gives it a wider soundstage than closed headphones. They can produce 30hz sound which is really deep. If it's for movies stick to closed/semi open cans. Goldrings wont have the bass for movies.
I cant work out how to get discount. What/where is redeem button?
Have had a pair of these for a few months. Great sound but don't fit well over ears so after an hour or so they get very uncomfortable. And no I don't have big ears.

Worth the price ?

hotyoda

Have had a pair of these for a few months. Great sound but don't fit well … Have had a pair of these for a few months. Great sound but don't fit well over ears so after an hour or so they get very uncomfortable. And no I don't have big ears.


Yes..but they are regularly around this price I think. Well built and sound great....might just be me with the ear problem...although i think they'd fit a teenager better. Cable is a bit short so I always use with extension which is very long.

Sorry....just checked....I paid closer to £25 and that was hot. Well worth £15 then!!
Edited by: "hotyoda" 23rd Mar 2012
sorry it was so obvious I missed it. Thanks ordered.
Read the comments amazon.co.uk/pro…s=1

Play send out dodgy ones.....
Argos is selling them for £70
Ordered!

Thanks OP
Great price. Are these going to be uncomfortable to wear in the gym?
Absolute steal!

These are going to crap all over Beats by DRE for a fraction of the cost.
Ordered bargain !
Great price. I bought these for £25 at Christmas and they are well worth it. They do creak a little but only really an issue if you are adjusting them while wearing. Great for watching movies etc on the iPad.
Wouldn't recommend for the gym. May get rather uncomfortable.
my brother owns the Denon AD-1100 which retail around £100 and quality is amazing... decided to buy these just for use on laptop...
100 Portable Headphone shootout @ Head-Fi.org

Detailed reviews & the Summary table is near bottom of page
(ctrl+f and type in "The short version" if you don't like scrolling)

Your text here

Panasonic RP-HTX7 and everyones' favourites Dr Dre Solo and Studios are here!

BTW I own a pair of the Denon AH-D510 as a spare and Creative Aurvana Live (£40) as I go for value for money

I swapped the crap Denon ear pads for those from the Creatives and the comfort and soundstage vastly improved
Edited by: "gg1pl" 24th Mar 2012
ive been looking for ages for the discount button! what page is it on? order page? main page?
(edit it is on the very last page before you order..where you need to put in your cards 3 digit code)
got myself a pair just to compare with my grados tbh...but they might be good for travel
Edited by: "stovy" 24th Mar 2012
Ordered.....Many Thanks
andisitadeal

Great price. Are these going to be uncomfortable to wear in the gym?



No - far to bulky for the gym!
Great headphones. I bought a pair and they're better than the £70 Sennheiser ones I own.
hotyoda

No - far to bulky for the gym!



Can anybody recommend a pair to wear whilst walking. Fed up of my in ear phones constantly falling out. Thanks.
Gambler

Can anybody recommend a pair to wear whilst walking. Fed up of my in ear … Can anybody recommend a pair to wear whilst walking. Fed up of my in ear phones constantly falling out. Thanks.



Think these will be fine for walking?

gadgetmac.com/gad…tml

Hope so as I ordered a pair for this reason as well The Goldrings mentioned earlier are great but you do get a lot of leakage which you would not get with these!
Edited by: "tmb" 24th Mar 2012
AST3R

Not an audiophile, but been reading up on head-fi for the past 3 months. … Not an audiophile, but been reading up on head-fi for the past 3 months. You can get a Panasonic HTF600 for 30 quid. I have a pair and they sound really good for watching programs. Their semi open so they might leak a bit, but it gives it a wider soundstage than closed headphones. They can produce 30hz sound which is really deep. If it's for movies stick to closed/semi open cans. Goldrings wont have the bass for movies.




Please consider Panasonic RTF HP600-S also. £29.00 delivered on Amazon. Brilliant headphones for the money.
Lol! Didn't see that you've also recommended HP600!
Edited by: "bhupsi2010" 24th Mar 2012
Are these better than the sennheiser HD202's which have been on here a few times

play.com/Ele…rch
Thanks guys for your feedback.

@ Whammerhead - Thanks for the recommendation for the Panasonic RP-HTX7 Retro-Style Headphones but the review on Head-Fi give them a relatively low rating for sound quality which is the main thing I'm looking for in Headphones.

@ bhupsi2010 - I can't find the RTF-HP600 on Amazon, only this post on Head-Fi. Hence, I assume they're the same as the RP-HTF600 listed on Panasonics site and £29.36 on Amazon

@ AST3R - I had a look at the reviews for the Panasonic RP-HTF600E-S when the Goldring's were posted here a few weeks back and was very tempted, especially when they considered to be a budget version of the highly regarded Sennheiser HD650.
head-fi.org/t/5…650
The only thing leaning me towards the Goldring DR150 was the benefit of having an audio jack so that you can easily swap out the cable. Might just go for the Panny's with the mods and just be careful not to trip over the cable when the baby monitor goes off or when the mrs shouts me.

@ gg1pl - What do you think of your Creative Aurvana Live's for movie watching? seen some good reviews.
Serious Heat at under £15.00 - Impulse buy!!
Please help to decide:

Panasonic RP-HTF600E-S
Sony MDRZX300W
Denon AHD510
Other?

Mainly fot the movies. Yesterday impulsively ordered Sony MDRZX300W, but still there is time to change.
No idea if these are decent but gave them a go. Thanks
What the hell. Worth a punt. Ordered. Thanks. Heat given.
Edited by: "grumpycamel" 24th Mar 2012
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