Sennheiser HD 4.50 bluetooth noise cancelling headphones £143.99 @ Argos
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Sennheiser HD 4.50 bluetooth noise cancelling headphones £143.99 @ Argos

£143.99Argos Deals
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Found 17th Nov
This is the best price I can see for these headphones currently, and matches the all time low on Amazon.co.uk (see camelcamelcamel). The headphones get great reviews (see techradar review) and are much cheaper than Bose/Sony noise cancelling headphones. They are also available at the same price from Currys, and if you want to wait, the same price at Amazon.co.uk (currently out of stock).

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Good price for a set of cans that have been well received....for me ANC is a must for any on / over-ear headphone.....in-ear with comply ear tips are enough to block out noise, so no need for my in-ear's to have ANC. I was actually gonna get these but went with the Fiil's instead.....think Chinese beats, BUT a lot better....have the on and over-ear versions....not half bad :0) and the ANC on the on-ear ones is actually better!!! Loving the on-ear ones during these colder days :0) Heated up and thanks for posting! :0)
Edited by: "sxxychocolate" 18th Nov

sxxychocolate6 h, 32 m ago

Good price for a set of cans that have been well received....for me ANC is …Good price for a set of cans that have been well received....for me ANC is a must for any on / over-ear headphone.....in-ear with comply ear tips are enough to block out noise, so no need for my in-ear's to have ANC. I was actually gonna get these but went with the Fiil's instead.....think Chinese beats, BUT a lot better....have the on and over-ear versions....not half bad :0) and the ANC on the on-ear ones is actually better!!! Loving the on-ear ones during these colder days :0) Heated up and thanks for posting! :0)

First time I've heard of fiils. Look good. Was hoping these would be cheaper but same price as Qc35 and Mdr1000x! Would be interested to try these one day. Did you get the fiils canviis?

Okay....I got mine from Aliexpress....got the over ear fiil wireless or otherwise known as iicons in silver AND the Diva in white which is now known as the Canviis.

Yes two pairs, but one was a pressie and the other was was pure indulgence. I normally only wear over ears so got the best of both ;0). Now ANC is not class leading but definitely better then the backbeat pro and easily better then the rubbish JBL Everest Elite 700's, both of which I have owned.
The larger iicons are plastic in construction but use tough polycarbon plastic or something like that with a aluminium alloy coating....they feel very nice and definitely have a good build about them. They have a better form factor then both the brands mentioned above....

The diva/canviis is the newer of the two models I bought, so has slightly better ANC features as well as some other bells and whistles and both come in really good hard cases. I think that when you pay over 100quid for any headphone / earphone you should be supplied with a hard case!!! Manufacturers take note.

Now remember, the QC35 and MDR1000x are the class leaders....I actually wanted the sony but over 200quid for one headphone I simply cannot justify but two for the price of one is another matter.

The diva are simply a lovely headphone. Really well built and styled. My first on ears, so I was surprised at even the passive noise reduction when simply placed on your ears....

I got the larger fiil wireless for 123quid and the Diva for 117quid.....they gone up since.....

By the way, the fiil use a companion app which is a must in order to access the many superb features.....it can be a little flakey but on the whole is really good.

They have been rebranded into the iicons and canviis respectively.....so older boxed stuff will be cheaper....which also explains the lower price point.

Also check out the 1st gen plantronics backbeat pro, these are also brill!!!

Hope this feedback helps

P.S. I use these with my s8 and both are very loud!!....especially the Diva. Definitely louder the both the back beat pro and JBL Everest Elite 700's.
Edited by: "sxxychocolate" 18th Nov

First of all, I'd never buy again from Argos, however I just bought the 7dayshop noise cancelling headphones and I'm a bit disappointment. I'm aiming to 100% voice cancellation. How much do I have to spend to cancel all voice, or is it technically impossible?

I have them. Great canes!

Decent price, in my time machine I got them for about a tenner less on amazon.es.
I've had some alright headphones like the Sony V6 and sennheiser hd25s in the past, but am very happy with these.
Tried the Bose and Sony high end ones in Currys (v1's on both) and was very happy with these for about half the price. Sound quality is more than sufficient for me for my dance and rap music, and the noise cancelling definitely works, doesn't remove 100percent of noise, but stick them on your head by a busy road with no music on and it makes a massive difference.

Anyone tried these against the Sony MDR100X - appreciate they are half the price but is the extra cash worth the upgrade, i will be using them on flights and listening to them in my room

Bose quite comfort 25 free postage 30 day no quibble return. £169.68

qvcuk.com/Bos…RCH

Sorry thought they was Bluetooth still good price.
Edited by: "daverob" 18th Nov

I posted the deal a few months back for Amazon ES, came out to £134.

Great portable headphones IMO, comfort increases as you wear them in.

Currys are doing them for the same price.

Original Poster

daverob33 m ago

Bose quite comfort 25 free postage 30 day no quibble return. …Bose quite comfort 25 free postage 30 day no quibble return. £169.68http://www.qvcuk.com/Bose-QuietComfort-25-Noise-Cancelling-On-Ear-Headphones-for-Apple-Devices.product.505762.html?sc=SRCHSorry thought they was Bluetooth still good price.


That's a great price, definitely worth weighing up if you want the Bluetooth for.

ResveZ28 m ago

If you're willing to risk it, eglobal is selling them for …If you're willing to risk it, eglobal is selling them for 119.99Link:https://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/sennheiser-hd-4.50-btnc-bluetooth-wireless-active-noise-cancelling-headphones.html?desktop=


Don't. Not worth it.

Keep your warranty intact.

gorgo20153 h, 21 m ago

First of all, I'd never buy again from Argos, however I just bought the …First of all, I'd never buy again from Argos, however I just bought the 7dayshop noise cancelling headphones and I'm a bit disappointment. I'm aiming to 100% voice cancellation. How much do I have to spend to cancel all voice, or is it technically impossible?

Virtually impossible I would say. Maybe if you got some in ears you might have a decent chance. Anc headphones designed to mainly cancel out low to mid frequency drones, e.g. On a plane
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