Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT (Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and aptx ) £84.99 @ Amazon
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Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT (Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and aptx ) £84.99 @ Amazon

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Found 29th Mar
In the market for over ear wireless headphones. Put these on my wishlist and track on camelcamelcamel. Lowest price recorded.

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Ticks a lot of boxes for me. I got these cheap bluetooth headphones for £25 and they feel cheap. Been looking at noise cancelling ones but i'm not sure I can justify the £200+ price jump.

Seems like a good pair. Any tips would be appreciated.
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I have the HD 4.50 BTNC, practically same headphones and they sound good, last ages, charge quick, and noise cancellation is excellent - though they do clamp on the head very tightly. Recommend them though.
SPKeith4 m ago

I have the HD 4.50 BTNC, practically same headphones and they sound good, …I have the HD 4.50 BTNC, practically same headphones and they sound good, last ages, charge quick, and noise cancellation is excellent - though they do clamp on the head very tightly. Recommend them though.


Yeah very hard to do research online for headphones. Even trying in store hard to tell for 15 mins or long listening sessions. Some headphones seem to get looser over time/use some seem tight for a long time. Thank you for posting your opinion.
mojo511014 m ago

Yeah very hard to do research online for headphones. Even trying in store …Yeah very hard to do research online for headphones. Even trying in store hard to tell for 15 mins or long listening sessions. Some headphones seem to get looser over time/use some seem tight for a long time. Thank you for posting your opinion.


Yeah. When I was researching I had it between the 4.50 and a Sony pair. Sony pair on paper were marginally better I think but when testing them in store the sennheiser were just more clear and loud. Good luck with your search though.
Have the wired version of these. I like them a lot but feel the earcups are a bit on the small side. I haven't got particularly large ears and they are noticeably snug compared to my Sony MDR-1A. I notice my ears get warm quicker. May be an issue for you, maybe not.

As regards the clamping force, they were very tight out the box but loosened off after a couple weeks use.

I think they sound good and certainly flatter most styles of music but obviously sound is entirely subjective.

Finally, design wise I think they're particularly strong purely because they're minimalistic and unfussy. Perfect if you don't want to attract a lot of attention to your headphones. Build quality feels light but solid.
Go for the AKG c50bt offer
Dan_Drake28 m ago

Go for the AKG c50bt offer


They're on-ear, whereas these are over-ear. Might not be to some people's preference
Edited by: "thedoctor1ko" 29th Mar
thedoctor1ko36 m ago

They're on-ear, whereas these are over-ear. Might not be to some people's …They're on-ear, whereas these are over-ear. Might not be to some people's preference


agreed each to their own
I have the 4.50 BTNC and the sound quality isn't great
thedoctor1ko10 h, 23 m ago

They're on-ear, whereas these are over-ear. Might not be to some people's …They're on-ear, whereas these are over-ear. Might not be to some people's preference

Yep, I got the AKG Y50BT's and think they sound pretty bad (very bassy, not very flat) and VERY uncomfortable being on ears.
OliverYau8 h, 34 m ago

I have the 4.50 BTNC and the sound quality isn't great


In what way?
Thanks for the input guys. Ill expire it now as its back up to £90
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