Pioneer Rayz Plus Smart Noise Cancellation Lightning Headphones - £65.00 @ Amazon
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Pioneer Rayz Plus Smart Noise Cancellation Lightning Headphones - £65.00 @ Amazon

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Found 14th Mar
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Amazing price. Tempted to pick up a spare pair! I paid double that direct at Apple store. Literally only small factor noise cancelling headphones around and have lightening charge pass through as well for charging. Brilliant for long journeys. Only worry is that Apple don’t release a USB C to lightening adapter as thought they would when iPad went USB C. Still be fine for 90% of users and iPad owners now.
Also many airlines don’t let you use Bluetooth headphones so I carry these and AirPods when travel as standard Apple headphones need max volume just to hear on a plane!
cantonbean2 m ago

Also many airlines don’t let you use Bluetooth headphones so I carry these …Also many airlines don’t let you use Bluetooth headphones so I carry these and AirPods when travel as standard Apple headphones need max volume just to hear on a plane!


Really?? Airlines don't allow Bluetooth Headphones?
Zack141 m ago

Really?? Airlines don't allow Bluetooth Headphones?


Not some. When I flew to Belfast last year they specifically said no Bluetooth headphones on both flight in and out. Depends on the airline. My mate was well annoyed as he’s got the expensive Bose noise cancelling versions.
The reviews are wishy washy, avoid
cantonbean1 m ago

Not some. When I flew to Belfast last year they specifically said no …Not some. When I flew to Belfast last year they specifically said no Bluetooth headphones on both flight in and out. Depends on the airline. My mate was well annoyed as he’s got the expensive Bose noise cancelling versions.


Weird. I've never heard anything like that.
Sharpharp6 m ago

The reviews are wishy washy, avoid


All those negative reviews are mainly people saying fall out of their ears bar one who said broke (fair enough). I can only go by my experience. Also selecting enhanced mode in the special app makes them sound lots better and louder. I can’t listen on max volume so those moaning about the volume if they have updated via app must be deaf!
cantonbean4 m ago

All those negative reviews are mainly people saying fall out of their ears …All those negative reviews are mainly people saying fall out of their ears bar one who said broke (fair enough). I can only go by my experience. Also selecting enhanced mode in the special app makes them sound lots better and louder. I can’t listen on max volume so those moaning about the volume if they have updated via app must be deaf!


In other words these are crap. Look up Soundmagic and don't look back.
Sharpharp31 s ago

In other words these are crap. Look up Soundmagic and don't look back.


Got a pair of those. Not in the same league or product niche. Daft comment.
cantonbean19 m ago

Got a pair of those. Not in the same league or product niche. Daft comment.



The e11c whazzes all over these all day. Understandable comment from you when u clueless on the headphone front
Sharpharp7 m ago

The e11c whazzes all over these all day. Understandable comment from you …The e11c whazzes all over these all day. Understandable comment from you when u clueless on the headphone front


Just told you I own those £30 headphones. These are miles better. Aside from the fact that your talking about a set of noise cancelling headphones vs normal. For reference my normal headphones are Bowers and Wilkins P3 and C5 and status audio cb-1. E11C are decent (I bought two pairs one for me and one for my mate) but not on the same level. Stop being a sheep and making comments on something you don’t own and haven’t tried (probably because it’s designed for iPhone). It just makes you look a fool. These sound much better then the E11C and I’ve tried the E11C on a variety on devices.
Edited by: "cantonbean" 14th Mar
cantonbean39 m ago

Just told you I own those £30 headphones. These are miles better. Aside …Just told you I own those £30 headphones. These are miles better. Aside from the fact that your talking about a set of noise cancelling headphones vs normal. For reference my normal headphones are Bowers and Wilkins P3 and C5 and status audio cb-1. E11C are decent (I bought two pairs one for me and one for my mate) but not on the same level. Stop being a sheep and making comments on something you don’t own and haven’t tried (probably because it’s designed for iPhone). It just makes you look a fool. These sound much better then the E11C and I’ve tried the E11C on a variety on devices.



Funny how you're that knowledgeable on these, yet cut and pasted an article from What Hi-Fi, then proceeded to edit it....
Sheep? LOL
Sharpharp16 m ago

Funny how you're that knowledgeable on these, yet cut and pasted an …Funny how you're that knowledgeable on these, yet cut and pasted an article from What Hi-Fi, then proceeded to edit it....Sheep? LOL


What the hell are you on about? Sometimes what hifi is ok in line with other reviews. They gave your much loved headphones 5 star! Everything I’ve written here is my own opinion as owner of both (it’s called actually knowledge of the product via ownership!) The only time I copy and paste from there is for the exact model numbers as I’ve bought a lot of headphones over the years and soundmagic have made a lot of models!
Edited by: "cantonbean" 14th Mar
Dropped to £65!
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