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Shure SRH440 Professional Studio Headphones, RRP £119.99, NOW £65.99 @ iheadphones.co.uk
Shure SRH440 Professional Studio Headphones, RRP £119.99, NOW £65.99 @ iheadphones.co.uk

Shure SRH440 Professional Studio Headphones, RRP £119.99, NOW £65.99 @ iheadphones.co.uk

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This is a fantastic deal. These are £85 [next cheapest I could find] @ Pixmania and £99.99 @ Play.

Please don't vote on the basis that you wouldn't spend this money on headphones - these are top quality headphones for serious audiophiles, at a great price. Thanks

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Only Twelfth Night and you've made this (radio producer)'s year! Thanks.

Nice set of cans - good price too, may grab a pair for spare ones

iheadphones are they any good? anyone had any problems with them? they sell so ok stufff,,,

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http://www.ewsound.ee/shop/ewpood/images/SRH440_shure.jpg
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Im seriously tempted to get these-just dont know the site tho-has anyone used iheadphones?

Look good. Dv247 have them for £79. Must resist, don't, need, any, more,

Dammit hotukdeals

Are these better than the dr dre. ones, also are skull candy headphones any good? i've jus been given a pair as a gift.

Anyone used this company before?

Information on them ]here.

DE4L3R;7452475

Are these better than the dr dre. ones, also are skull candy headphones … Are these better than the dr dre. ones, also are skull candy headphones any good? i've jus been given a pair as a gift.



Are you having a laugh. Never heard of them.

musicals;7452073

Only Twelfth Night and you've made this (radio producer)'s year! Thanks.



Do they not buy you headphones?

jezzery;7452495

Are you having a laugh. Never heard of them.



don't know what I have done here. Tryin to post in my phone.

jezzery;7452495

Are you having a laugh. Never heard of them.


i think you'll find he's talking about the beats by dre range, made by same people as monster cables i think.

Rosco_2009;7452423

Well why write this. The whole thing about hot deals as it covers all … Well why write this. The whole thing about hot deals as it covers all sorts. If you aren't into this type of thing then don't bother writing on this wall. Raaaaaaaant over



Agreed. I've just spent £150 on a set of headphones after a lot of thought and it's the best £150 I have ever spent. I've easily spent that much in total on buying 4 or 5 sets of cheaper headphones and not being happy with any of them.

I have bought from them before no problems at all with them I bought grado sr60 from them.

Wouldn't go near these get goldring dr150 if you have a budget of £65 ish don't be conned by the apparent price reduction.

The rrp of these cans should be about £40 not £120.

i agree, ive had my HD25's for about 6 years now which were £125 at the time.
They were purchased for djing use, but they have done so well to last that long.
Although i have had to replace the cable and the pads, but that was to be expected through miscare really.

leedale30;7452496

Do they not buy you headphones?



Not to edit at home, no.

Obviously these aren't going to live up to the beats by Dr Dre, but i'm sure they'll be OK. I find them a bit vulgar to take out and about, but heat added for the price. Good if your doing intensive stuff at home.

Chris206;7452549

i agree, ive had my HD25's for about 6 years now which were £125 at the … i agree, ive had my HD25's for about 6 years now which were £125 at the time.They were purchased for djing use, but they have done so well to last that long.Although i have had to replace the cable and the pads, but that was to be expected through miscare really.



Mine still going strong too!

I'd have snapped these baby's up if I never had them.

DE4L3R;7452475

Are these better than the dr dre. ones, also are skull candy headphones … Are these better than the dr dre. ones, also are skull candy headphones any good? i've jus been given a pair as a gift.


You are referring to Dr. Dre Beats. They are a tad overpriced imo (probably pays for all the product placement in music videos) but would probably be more convinient for general mp3/iPod use. These are better.

As for skullcandy, you can get far better in-ear phones for your money.

jezzery;7452495

Are you having a laugh. Never heard of them.



no, im talking about these

www3.hmv.co.uk/hmv…JPGhttp://www3.hmv.co.uk/hmv/Large_Images/HMVGAMES/129362.JPG

Nice post, wish there were more headphone/audio deals on here. Although I'd personally spend a bit more an grab a pair of Denon AH-D1001s (just prefer the warmer sound signature) or even a pair of these

amazon.co.uk/Cre…0JY

which use the exact same Fosters driver found in the 1001's, the design (apart from the cups) is identical.

Voted hot nevertheless.

MBeeching;7452704

Your ears are going to hell :thumbsup:I have the Shure 530 earphones but … Your ears are going to hell :thumbsup:I have the Shure 530 earphones but i'm not familiar with their full size cans. Price is attractive though.



I'm just about to buy a pair of those! iheadphones prices look very good though.......

The SE530s are £219.99 (plus £4 postage) - Play's price is just around £245.

Great find from the OP - even if a few people wouldn't pay a high price for headphones! :roll:

Would love some of these, but a) I'm skint and b) spent this much on some earphones before and they broke so fast (klipsh image s4s).

saykred;7452626

You are referring to Dr. Dre Beats. They are a tad overpriced imo … You are referring to Dr. Dre Beats. They are a tad overpriced imo (probably pays for all the product placement in music videos) but would probably be more convinient for general mp3/iPod use. These are better.As for skullcandy, you can get far better in-ear phones for your money.



Overpriced but phenominal. I had a demo of them the other day. The bass was incredible, and a lovely mid-range.

If they come down £100, I would snap them up no doubt.

I own the Shure SE210 earphones and they are brilliant, the warranty and turnaround is extremely quick (they send out a brand-new pair of earphones for a repair job). I'd love to own them, especially since they are a good price, but have no money lol.

I just wish I could afford the gear to give something like this a chance! I'd love to listen to something through even Shure's bottom-of-the-range headphones/earphones, but I know it just won't sound any better than what I have now through my JVC 'Sainsbury's special' cans. In fact, I have a suspicion that it will sound worse, with good phones picking out every single flaw in the set up.

Kudos to all those commenting on here, it makes a change to see very educated posts rather than the normal 'xbox vs ps3' comments that normally take over everything...

here's a review and some nice real-life shots of them:

headphone.com/hea…php

I purchased the SRH840's from iheadphones with no problems. Although I can't comment directly on the quality of the 440's, they were on wired.com's 2009 christmas wish list, and I'm yet to read a bad review. As for the 840's, the sound quality is simply superb, and slightly better than that of the se530's - but I found the 840's headphones to require at least 100 hours of burn in to achieve this. As for the comments on the Dr. Dre beats - if you like bass heavy unbalanced music they're quite good. Shure tend to be more clinical, aiming their drivers at a natural sound across the entire range.

This isn't much to pay for headphones.

I bought my Audio-Technica ATH-D40fs almost 10 years ago for £50 and they have served me well (apart from the pads and headband falling to bits).

My recommendation is to buy the best you can afford with a view that you will be using them for many years to come (esp. as they will have a burn in period before they reach their optimal reproduction levels)

DE4L3R;7452475

Are these better than the dr dre. ones, also are skull candy headphones … Are these better than the dr dre. ones, also are skull candy headphones any good? i've jus been given a pair as a gift.


they are not as good as dr dre beats but for this price well worth it, as for skull candy, they are over rated and weak...not good value for money.


i may get these as a spare set for musoc tech course at uni =]

Always used in-ear phones but have to say am sorely tempted by these...!

Another option I would throw in is the Sennheiser HD555. Amazing set of cans!

Anyone know of any in ear phones with the same performance within the price range, am tempted by this but if i can get an in ear one with similar perf i ll rather not but if the quality can only be achieved by headphoes..then I might have no choice.

saayinla;7453688

Anyone know of any in ear phones with the same performance within the … Anyone know of any in ear phones with the same performance within the price range, am tempted by this but if i can get an in ear one with similar perf i ll rather not but if the quality can only be achieved by headphoes..then I might have no choice.



Shure is known mainly for their in ear phones, try some of their premium range ones (?)

Just clicked on page & it's now 79.99??

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Cotham09;7454096

Just clicked on page & it's now 79.99??



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I've had many good pairs over the last 20 years. Most recently I had a pair of Bose QC3's stolen in Cape Town. I replaced them with Goldring NS1000 at £49.99 from Play.com (although they go up and down in price).

I can honestly say the Goldrings have more detail than the Bose for less than 20% of the price, better noise reduction (I am a Londoner so they noise cancellation is there for tube journies which otherwise render the music incomprehensible) and they work with or without the standard AAA battery (unlike Bose QC3). They also come with a (replaceable) QED 3.5mm to 3.5mm gold plated lead. They do need running in though (leave them running overnight.

For me, the best £50 I've ever spent.

play.com/Sea…y=0

Shame, looking for some new IEMs instead.

Stuck between Westone 3, Shure E530, and Sen IE8s. Any advice anyone?
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