Ministry Of Sound 004 Headphones - Wired On Ear (Black/Yellow or Silver/Black) - £6.49 - Student Computers
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Ministry Of Sound 004 Headphones - Wired On Ear (Black/Yellow or Silver/Black) - £6.49 - Student Computers

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Found 15th Sep 2017
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I'm in no way an audiophile, I buy a set of cans (correct, right?) and just put them on my head. I have a plane journey in a couple of weeks, flights absolutely petrify me so I'm going to pick up a pair of these for the 2DS. Drowning out the sound and all that.

I've had a quick look on Amazon where the reviews don't look too bad..

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Forgive me if they're a bit crap, I thought it was a decent price for some throwaway headphones
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Who's going to be picking up your shifts while you are away BuzzDuraband and can my wallet breathe a sigh of relief for this temporary break!!
Edited by: "moshixmoshi" 15th Sep 2017
Thanks! Will do someone for Christmas!
Nice one, bought for lad for Christmas. Not bad reviews on Amazon.
Does anybody know. What's the thing with 3.5 to 2.5mm adapters for headphones - any issues to sound quality, or more importantly sound loss?
Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 15th Sep 2017
Ordered thanks
Ta! I needed some new headphones
Got to love Amazon headphone reviews....


'Would defiantly recommend'

'There may be some durabilty issues as a part fell off after a year (The part that cusions your ear)'

'a good quality but cheep pair of headphones.'

'For the price Ann absolute bargain'

'The headphones where brillant'

'i brought these headphones and they are really good, not the most comfortable i have had but still one of the best i have owned'
Edited by: "MBeeching" 15th Sep 2017
They break , but so do many I ow
MBeeching19 m ago

Got to love Amazon headphone reviews....'Would defiantly recommend''There …Got to love Amazon headphone reviews....'Would defiantly recommend''There may be some durabilty issues as a part fell off after a year (The part that cusions your ear)' 'a good quality but cheep pair of headphones.''For the price Ann absolute bargain''The headphones where brillant''i brought these headphones and they are really good, not the most comfortable i have had but still one of the best i have owned'


Welcome to public services - yet teachers want a pay rise and 16 year olds after 11 years in education can't spell or even be taught what spell check is.


Heat OP!
ordered. bargain for the price. if they last 6.months.its ok. whats the real RRP tho
Cheers Buzz , ordered.
seaniboy6 h, 48 m ago

Welcome to public services - yet teachers want a pay rise and 16 year olds …Welcome to public services - yet teachers want a pay rise and 16 year olds after 11 years in education can't spell or even be taught what spell check is. Heat OP!


Wow are you seriously that ignorant?
prynolfc7 h, 34 m ago

Wow are you seriously that ignorant?


No, I've seen it with my own eyes. The local authority standards are appalling, as is how they deal with education complaints - trying to talk down 'expectations' when trying to lodge a official (recorded) complaint, no standards all round, overpaid self protectionist LA department rather than focusing on the child needs.

How about a daughter who has had to move back to her mothers to care for the children in her care whilst the mother battles cancer and the local authority won't pay for transport for the daughters autistic son to get to his specialist school nor fund the local primary school. Exceptional circumstances but the LA education dept won't budge on anything, all to keep three out of the care system the new school is willing to do it but thier head office (Education) won't give funding they would rather pass the buck to Social Work dept with three kids in care so the mother can go live with the daughter and her two kids whilst going through cancer treatment.

Its hardly any wonder kids leave school unable to spell when the head office doesn't mind advertising inequality to its school staff. It's a problem nationwide.

Time a national education was set up, LA and standards have always been appalling and in the advanced technology age we live in there is no need of fragmented Housing and Education run by LA who all choose at another board level what legal interpretation of legislation they will apply to services or individual cases.
Broken Britain.

I find it further appalling that you defend and find it acceptable ANY child leaving 11 years of education unable to spell.
seaniboy9 m ago

No, I've seen it with my own eyes. The local authority standards are …No, I've seen it with my own eyes. The local authority standards are appalling, as is how they deal with education complaints - trying to talk down 'expectations' when trying to lodge a official (recorded) complaint, no standards all round, overpaid self protectionist LA department rather than focusing on the child needs. How about a daughter who has had to move back to her mothers to care for the children in her care whilst the mother battles cancer and the local authority won't pay for transport for the daughters autistic son to get to his specialist school nor fund the local primary school. Exceptional circumstances but the LA education dept won't budge on anything, all to keep three out of the care system the new school is willing to do it but thier head office (Education) won't give funding they would rather pass the buck to Social Work dept with three kids in care so the mother can go live with the daughter and her two kids whilst going through cancer treatment. Its hardly any wonder kids leave school unable to spell when the head office doesn't mind advertising inequality to its school staff. It's a problem nationwide. Time a national education was set up, LA and standards have always been appalling and in the advanced technology age we live in there is no need of fragmented Housing and Education run by LA who all choose at another board level what legal interpretation of legislation they will apply to services or individual cases. Broken Britain. I find it further appalling that you defend and find it acceptable ANY child leaving 11 years of education unable to spell.

You came across like you were just stereotyping all teachers as not good at teaching kids though, as if you believe they're not entitled to a pay rise...
Edited by: "prynolfc" 16th Sep 2017
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prynolfc2 h, 36 m ago

You came across like you were just stereotyping all teachers as not good …You came across like you were just stereotyping all teachers as not good at teaching kids though, as if you believe they're not entitled to a pay rise...


Well if the most vulnerable disabled on ESA who are dependent on most various public services/administration can't get a pay rise why should public servants? that's equality, that's fairness.

As for the other most vulnerable group - kids - they should have national systems of education & care beyond excellent, that does not come from pay rises, it comes from national standards not local authorities, NHS (national in name) or other local bodies, frankly if a parent has for example dependency issues with substance abuse a child should be able to enforce NHS rehab on that parent and be supported by a universal education & social work department as a boarding student on site at school until that parent/guardian is released home.

Money needs spent at the right places, if either party actually reformed social work as 'everything' instead of a fragmented 1950s system there would be billions spare - that doesn't mean public servants should share that out equally it means you keep investing and reforming the system.

Frankly I would give public servants free council housing (and thus no council tax) and relieve pressure$ on every other body - it's called early (and cheaper) intervention, if you have eyes on the ground it's proactive not expensively reactive.

Performance related pay for teachers, I'm all for it, across the board no, the bad ones need rooted out by a national body rather than a local authority too scared to act incase of being sued by either party or pretending everything's great - one child with no neurological or mental health condition who leaves 11 years education unable to spell is one child to much. Fact.
seaniboy3 h, 29 m ago

Well if the most vulnerable disabled on ESA who are dependent on most …Well if the most vulnerable disabled on ESA who are dependent on most various public services/administration can't get a pay rise why should public servants? that's equality, that's fairness. As for the other most vulnerable group - kids - they should have national systems of education & care beyond excellent, that does not come from pay rises, it comes from national standards not local authorities, NHS (national in name) or other local bodies, frankly if a parent has for example dependency issues with substance abuse a child should be able to enforce NHS rehab on that parent and be supported by a universal education & social work department as a boarding student on site at school until that parent/guardian is released home. Money needs spent at the right places, if either party actually reformed social work as 'everything' instead of a fragmented 1950s system there would be billions spare - that doesn't mean public servants should share that out equally it means you keep investing and reforming the system. Frankly I would give public servants free council housing (and thus no council tax) and relieve pressure$ on every other body - it's called early (and cheaper) intervention, if you have eyes on the ground it's proactive not expensively reactive. Performance related pay for teachers, I'm all for it, across the board no, the bad ones need rooted out by a national body rather than a local authority too scared to act incase of being sued by either party or pretending everything's great - one child with no neurological or mental health condition who leaves 11 years education unable to spell is one child to much. Fact.

Read everything you said, and thought to myself, what a c0ck.
finnmaccool2 h, 34 m ago

Read everything you said, and thought to myself, what a c0ck.

Youre poor children
finnmaccool4 m ago

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lol, when you lead a horse to water...
seaniboy20 m ago

lol, when you lead a horse to water...

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Did anyone get theirs. Just got an email cancelling my order !!

" Morning,

I am contacting you in regards to the order you placed with us,

Unfortunately we oversold of the items which you purchase and have to now cancel this order, our deepest apologies.

We will process a full refund for this item between the hours of now and 5pm.

If you do have any issues or concerns please do contact us.

Kind Regards

Christina

Spotbuyer Ltd

The Home of Student Computers, Home and Garden, and SpotCare "


IanJames1 m ago

Did anyone get theirs. Just got an email cancelling my order !!" Morning,I …Did anyone get theirs. Just got an email cancelling my order !!" Morning,I am contacting you in regards to the order you placed with us,Unfortunately we oversold of the items which you purchase and have to now cancel this order, our deepest apologies.We will process a full refund for this item between the hours of now and 5pm.If you do have any issues or concerns please do contact us.Kind RegardsChristinaSpotbuyer LtdThe Home of Student Computers, Home and Garden, and SpotCare "


Ah man Sorry to hear that. Mine turned up a couple of hours ago.
What do you think of them?
hev12313 m ago

What do you think of them?


I haven't had chance to use them yet. I've purchased them for the flight (as mentioned) on the 5th, so I'll need to pick up a 3.5 to 2.5 adapter as I want to use them on the 2DS and iPhone
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