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SONY WH-CH510 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones 3 Colours £30 @ Currys PC World
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SONY WH-CH510 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones 3 Colours £30 @ Currys PC World

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Posted 5th Apr

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Available in 3 color
BLACK
BLUE
WHITE


Product features

WH-CH510




On-ear headphones
Battery life: up to 35 hours
Works with Siri / Google Assistant
iOS / Android compatible
Microphone / volume control
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Would be good to add model no to the title which is WH-CH510 and these are not half price normally @ £35
I don't get the running with music on thing, if it's around a town/city you need to be able to hear cars, if it's countryside, enjoy your peace and quiet. Other weird thing is music starts changing your cadence between tracks.

All that and if you are giving it berries, then they don't stay in / on no matter what.

Now if you are jogging, then that's different, it'll depend if you bounce between steps or not and how big your head is, I'd say there's a strong likelyhood they'll stay put.
Same price on amazon for those who have prime
Battery life great, sound just ok, microphone very bad
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Would be good to add model no to the title which is WH-CH510 and these are not half price normally @ £35
Same price on amazon for those who have prime
I've got these, good headphones
More details or review plz
Iv seen this on Amazon for about 30pounds could anyone compare them to a more expensive akg y500 bluetooth

What's the quality difference? Thanks
Any good for running and gym?
Battery life great, sound just ok, microphone very bad
I don't get the running with music on thing, if it's around a town/city you need to be able to hear cars, if it's countryside, enjoy your peace and quiet. Other weird thing is music starts changing your cadence between tracks.

All that and if you are giving it berries, then they don't stay in / on no matter what.

Now if you are jogging, then that's different, it'll depend if you bounce between steps or not and how big your head is, I'd say there's a strong likelyhood they'll stay put.
I got the 700’s last week from the Sony centre Deal at £54 delivered here:

hotukdeals.com/dea…332

IMO they are superb and a total bargain

EDIT: No stock sorry
Edited by: "Spooooooooooooon" 5th Apr
MrHappyGilmore05/04/2020 08:22

Any good for running and gym?


I use mine for both although I don’t do a lot of running long distances. Mainly sprints so if they stay on during this then more likely to stay on for slower paced runs. These are good headphones imo
Normal price
AndyCrabtree05/04/2020 08:39

I don't get the running with music on thing, if it's around a town/city …I don't get the running with music on thing, if it's around a town/city you need to be able to hear cars, if it's countryside, enjoy your peace and quiet. Other weird thing is music starts changing your cadence between tracks.All that and if you are giving it berries, then they don't stay in / on no matter what. Now if you are jogging, then that's different, it'll depend if you bounce between steps or not and how big your head is, I'd say there's a strong likelyhood they'll stay put.


Different strokes for different folks and it'd be boring if we were homogenous in our approach. I'm not fast (average 8 min miles when I'm out for a 10k) but if I didn't have music while running I'd be bored out of my mind.

That said, I wouldn't use this type of headphone for running as they wouldn't stay in place, I've got an old Bluetooth back of neck pair from Amazon for about £15 that's a good 4 years old and still works fine.
Edited by: "Bossworld" 5th Apr
Just bought these from John Lewis - £39.99. Wonder if I can get a price match?!
Do these work with PS4 I.e the mic etc?
janeybutton05/04/2020 09:12

Just bought these from John Lewis - £39.99. Wonder if I can get a price …Just bought these from John Lewis - £39.99. Wonder if I can get a price match?!


Same price in john lewis
£20 at my local Sainsbury’s (reduced)... that sale price is inflated
£25 on eBay I bought
janeybutton05/04/2020 09:12

Just bought these from John Lewis - £39.99. Wonder if I can get a price …Just bought these from John Lewis - £39.99. Wonder if I can get a price match?!


Call them, you should be able to get a refund for the difference.
Does anyone know if these work on a PlayStation?
Zurg05/04/2020 01:40

I've got these, good headphones


Have you used the mic? Interested in headphones and also taking calls on them via bluetooh.
AndyCrabtree05/04/2020 08:39

I don't get the running with music on thing, if it's around a town/city …I don't get the running with music on thing, if it's around a town/city you need to be able to hear cars, if it's countryside, enjoy your peace and quiet. Other weird thing is music starts changing your cadence between tracks.All that and if you are giving it berries, then they don't stay in / on no matter what. Now if you are jogging, then that's different, it'll depend if you bounce between steps or not and how big your head is, I'd say there's a strong likelyhood they'll stay put.


This kind of argument is so strange: if I enjoy the quiet of the countryside when running then everyone else should too.

I know someone who runs 9m twice a day semi-pro, always with music. They don't seem to have a prob with cadence or earphones staying in, so maybe you just haven't found the right pair.
I run with Jabra elite 75T actives... they are awesome as they have pass through which can be adjusted. So you can hear ur surroundings. I cant run with overheads on no more
Been eyeing these up, alongside the JBL 450s. Reviews I've read say the Sonys are marginally better, and they're roughly the same price.
People worry about 5G, and then they walk around wearing this on their head.
J_Staunton05/04/2020 11:16

Been eyeing these up, alongside the JBL 450s. Reviews I've read say the …Been eyeing these up, alongside the JBL 450s. Reviews I've read say the Sonys are marginally better, and they're roughly the same price.


What about the jabra move style?
Shame it doesn’t contain a wire to connect to Work Laptop as well.
I could use a headphone that doesn’t block the environmental sound. Due to WFH + family. Maybe these ones ?
How do they sound?, Which Magazine.

Substandard. There are a few plus points: the sound has some good detail in places, especially with drums, and it has a good range, with some energy. Vocals are reasonably clear and coherent.

However, if you don’t love a boomy bass you’ll find it hard to appreciate these positives. The thick bass booms and rumbles, and overwhelms the overall sound. Music sounds far away, and can be thin, tinny and hissy. Guitars rattle, orchestral music is dull, and speech can be a bit nasal.

55%
Edited by: "DJS5555" 5th Apr
I have these, I'd probably give them a 2 1/2 or a 3 out of 5. I found the battery life to be less than the 8 year old pair they replaced and we're nowhere near as comfortable. The sound is ok, I actually prefer a bit if bass but didn't find these overly impressive even at this price.
Got these, they're nice, but not very loud. Also the same price in Tesco.
These are selling 30 weird at John Lewis too
Schwarzenegger05/04/2020 11:21

People worry about 5G, and then they walk around wearing this on their …People worry about 5G, and then they walk around wearing this on their head.


Lol. So true !!!
Maybe I would prefer something in ear for this price
Review on Amazon says they have no cushion on the headband. This is poor and will irritate some people. Careful guys!
AndyCrabtree05/04/2020 08:39

I don't get the running with music on thing, if it's around a town/city …I don't get the running with music on thing, if it's around a town/city you need to be able to hear cars, if it's countryside, enjoy your peace and quiet. Other weird thing is music starts changing your cadence between tracks.All that and if you are giving it berries, then they don't stay in / on no matter what. Now if you are jogging, then that's different, it'll depend if you bounce between steps or not and how big your head is, I'd say there's a strong likelyhood they'll stay put.


When you're not in a vehicle you can still hear much better than people in vehicles, even with headphones on. The problem as far as I can tell is that many people who reduce their hearing in such a fashion don't use their eyes to compensate
HottyHotty05/04/2020 10:24

This kind of argument is so strange: if I enjoy the quiet of the …This kind of argument is so strange: if I enjoy the quiet of the countryside when running then everyone else should too. I know someone who runs 9m twice a day semi-pro, always with music. They don't seem to have a prob with cadence or earphones staying in, so maybe you just haven't found the right pair.


Nine metres isn't far
hotukdeals.com/dea…149 these are 3x better at 0.5x the price, just posted them as well for others to see.
Edited by: "MidnightCharizard" 5th Apr
AndyCrabtree05/04/2020 08:39

I don't get the running with music on thing, if it's around a town/city …I don't get the running with music on thing, if it's around a town/city you need to be able to hear cars, if it's countryside, enjoy your peace and quiet. Other weird thing is music starts changing your cadence between tracks.All that and if you are giving it berries, then they don't stay in / on no matter what. Now if you are jogging, then that's different, it'll depend if you bounce between steps or not and how big your head is, I'd say there's a strong likelyhood they'll stay put.


Park = no cars (maybe a dog though)
Gym = treadmill (no risk, unless someone sneezes)
Home treadmill!
Home to drown out the Mrs!

Plenty of reasons to buy these....
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