Quality Sony MDRE x35  In-Ear Headphones £4.99 DELIVERED @ Amazon
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Quality Sony MDRE x35 In-Ear Headphones £4.99 DELIVERED @ Amazon

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Found 6th Dec 2010Made hot 7th Dec 2010
Probably the best deal around for the quality sony earphones

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If these are the "Ergo-Fit" ones they are brilliant - sound quality is questionable but comfort is a 10. at this price you can't go wrong with them. Hot.

Original Poster

i own very similar and they where the cheapest around, they sound great specially for the price

been looking for some earphones since my creative ep 830's packed in. hope these sound better and last longer. Heat added.

Thanks OP - have ordered 2 pair.
Last of the big spenders!!

tnx, ordered

Ordered.

In-ear earphones are flimsy. Intereference from the wires is annoying, so too is the loosening of connecting wires/joints. These faults are so common, as the first reviewer on Amazon suggests.
Edited by: "bman" 7th Dec 2010

These are nor as good as ep 830 by creative, but defintely more compact / light.

I got these for £9.99 recently, do amazon still do that price difference thing where they pay you back the difference without 30 days?

These are superb Head phones the frequency responce is better than most in ear head phones and I have happily used them most days for 2 years with out any trouble what so ever. Hot for me i've just a spare pair.

I've just read that first review on Amazon. I think the bass is more than adequate and i listen to a lot of R & B and hip hop

Banned

Zek

I got these for £9.99 recently, do amazon still do that price difference … I got these for £9.99 recently, do amazon still do that price difference thing where they pay you back the difference without 30 days?



No

Banned

ordered

Thanks simon.

Original Poster

u r welcome

red hot, just ordered plenty.

Just got mine from HMV for £4.50 with my student discount

bman

In-ear earphones are flimsy. Intereference from the wires is annoying, so … In-ear earphones are flimsy. Intereference from the wires is annoying, so too is the loosening of connecting wires/joints. These faults are so common, as the first reviewer on Amazon suggests.



When I got a pair of Sony in-ear earphones I was shocked at the amount of crackle etc that you get as the wire moves around.

Solution: A little, and I mean little, blob of translucent silicon sealant on the spot where the wire enters the plastic body will hold the wire firm and all noise is gone. Works brilliantly and you cannot see it!!

SHOWMAN36

No



I did it just a few weeks ago and got the difference of something refunded to me

So, £4.99 at Play, HMV and Amazon

amazon.co.uk/Son…ell

Hardly a special price is it.

Zek

I got these for £9.99 recently, do amazon still do that price difference … I got these for £9.99 recently, do amazon still do that price difference thing where they pay you back the difference without 30 days?



I would need a refund AND 30 days, can't believe they would do it without 30 days!

No is the answer anyway, they stopped it a while ago.

Just bought these for my new iPad (thank God it doesn't come with the awful Apple earphones). I used to be a Sennheiser guy so hopefully these are comparable to the CX-300s

simate

So, £4.99 at Play, HMV and … So, £4.99 at Play, HMV and Amazonhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-MDREX35LPB-AE-SonyMDREx35Lpb-Closed-Headphones/dp/B001FTU9TW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1291713235&sr=8-1-spellHardly a special price is it.



Seem to be £9.99 at Play and HMV says unsually dispatched in 5 to 8 days (so not in stock). From experience Amazons delivery is by far the best so i would choose Amazon over the others.

Wow Heat Added!

Any clue how comparable to Creative EP-630s or Sennheiser CX300-IIs?

They don't even begin to compare to the CX300s, but for a fiver they are great backup IEMs

These in-ear headphones are bad for your ears.
The Sony MDR-E 818 LP Headphones would be better at £6

Nice one(_;)

Heat added

Ordered, thanks.

mekon

These in-ear headphones are bad for your ears.The Sony MDR-E 818 LP … These in-ear headphones are bad for your ears.The Sony MDR-E 818 LP Headphones would be better at £6



Why would they be bad for your ears?

mekon

These in-ear headphones are bad for your ears.The Sony MDR-E 818 LP … These in-ear headphones are bad for your ears.The Sony MDR-E 818 LP Headphones would be better at £6

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I bet you're the type of person who believes that smoking is bad for you oO

fandyboy

Why would they be bad for your ears?



The sound is too close to the ear drum and can damage the fine hairs in your ears that pick up noise. Once you start to lose your hearing it won't ever come back.

Original Poster

yeah but you realy need to know your limits

mekon

The sound is too close to the ear drum and can damage the fine hairs in … The sound is too close to the ear drum and can damage the fine hairs in your ears that pick up noise. Once you start to lose your hearing it won't ever come back.



yeah but you not supposed to turnem right up

I've lost 20% of my hearing in one ear due to illness anyway, so these headphones are fine for me! :-)

Thanks...ordered....heat added

simate

So, £4.99 at Play, HMV and … So, £4.99 at Play, HMV and Amazon[url=http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-MDREX35LPB-AE-SonyMDREx35Lpb-Closed-Headphones/dp/B001FTU9TW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1291713235&sr=8-1-spell]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-MDREX35LPB-AE-SonyMDREx35Lpb-Closed-Headphones/dp/B001FTU9TW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1291713235&sr=8-1-spell[/url]Hardly a special price is it.



Depends on which RRP you believe

mekon

The sound is too close to the ear drum and can damage the fine hairs in … The sound is too close to the ear drum and can damage the fine hairs in your ears that pick up noise. Once you start to lose your hearing it won't ever come back.



Pardon - speak up!!??

ordered! and heat added!

mekon

The sound is too close to the ear drum and can damage the fine hairs in … The sound is too close to the ear drum and can damage the fine hairs in your ears that pick up noise. Once you start to lose your hearing it won't ever come back.



Got to call BS on that. Your ear drums don't care a hoot about the origin of the pressure wave - just how strong it is. Doesn't matter whether the pressure is from a small source close to the ear drum or a very large source a long way away - it's the magnitude of the pressure in your ear canal that's the bottom line.

If you go to a rock concert and experience painfully loud music for a couple of hours from speakers 100m away then you're at risk of damaging your hearing. Same applies if you turn your in-ear headphones up painfully loud for a couple of hours.

Just use common sense.

excellent headphones. I have one pair already, but have lost one of the earbuds. Ordered another 2 pairs

Why? Why? Why?

These items are designed to deliver sound into your ears, why buy crap? Add £20 to it and get something decent ...... everyone here can afford the best, just buy the best.

TV's are the same - why buy one with a crap picture because it's cheap? Madness .....

Camera's the same - why buy a camera that churns out sh*t photo's ... just because it's cheap?


Not voted HOT or COLD as my opinion shouldn't affect the Deal Heat - but, come on, stop buying crap just because it's cheap!

Steps down off soapbox

Merry Xmas All ................................
Edited by: "MrRee" 7th Dec 2010
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