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Sony MDR-1000X Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling High Resolution Audio Headphones USED Very Good condition for £117.32 @ Amazon Warehouse

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Posted 19th Aug

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Sony MDR-1000X Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Ambient Sound Touch Sensor High Resolution Audio Headphones - Black in very good condition for £117.32 from Amazon warehouse deals UK.

Might be good for someone who can’t stretch to the mk2 or 3 models.

I own a pair and couldn’t fault them.
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powerbrick19/08/2019 20:26

Pay the extra for XM2'shttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B074ZRG5MN


Pay the extra for XM3s
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Pay the extra for XM2's

amazon.co.uk/gp/…5MN
Edited by: "powerbrick" 19th Aug
powerbrick19/08/2019 20:26

Pay the extra for XM2'shttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B074ZRG5MN


Pay the extra for XM3s
I did pay the extra for some XM3's. Opened them up and found some s##t had put some XM1's or XM2's in a XM3 box and sent them back to Amazon, who sold them to me.

Amazon warehouse isn't what it used to be.
Edited by: "mechanicalman" 19th Aug
mechanicalman19/08/2019 21:01

I did pay the extra for some XM3's. Opened them up and found some s##t …I did pay the extra for some XM3's. Opened them up and found some s##t had put some XM1's or XM2's in a XM3 box and sent them back to Amazon, who sold them to me. Amazon warehouse isn't what it used to be.


Yeah. I ordered a premium av amp but in the box was a cheap entry level.
Not sure amazon understand what quality testing is.
I own a pair and couldn’t fault them.

I used to own a pair and couldn't fault them, until the F'ing headband broke (inherent fault) two months ago.
MrSwitch19/08/2019 20:31

Pay the extra for XM9,000,000's


they were only £30 more.
love mine! bought them when they were first released, still going strong!
I actually have these and the XM3, the XM3s are lighter but I prefer the noise cancelling on the 1000x.
Thanks OP. Ordered
fandyboy20/08/2019 12:02

I actually have these and the XM3, the XM3s are lighter but I prefer the …I actually have these and the XM3, the XM3s are lighter but I prefer the noise cancelling on the 1000x.


Why?
imdurc20/08/2019 15:18

Why?


It works better on high and mid range noise, I assume because of the heavier dampening.
Derek_Lancelot_Shatwell19/08/2019 21:52

I own a pair and couldn’t fault them.I used to own a pair and couldn't f …I own a pair and couldn’t fault them.I used to own a pair and couldn't fault them, until the F'ing headband broke (inherent fault) two months ago.


I own them too, love them and keep them in the case when not on my head. Just curious how the head band broke?
Edited by: "scottyb" 20th Aug
scottyb20/08/2019 17:32

I own them too, love them and keep them in the case when not on my head. …I own them too, love them and keep them in the case when not on my head. Just curious how the head band broke?


Early versions had cracked at the same place. A design fault.
fandyboy20/08/2019 16:33

It works better on high and mid range noise, I assume because of the …It works better on high and mid range noise, I assume because of the heavier dampening.


I think I'd put this down to personal preference and/or hearing. I recently tried the xm3s noise cancelling in-store and the sound was very good. I could even see myself using them with audio sensitive applications.

Overall, I would advise people to test each one before dropping any cash. This way, people will get what works for them. Headphones are pretty subjective.
imdurc20/08/2019 19:57

I think I'd put this down to personal preference and/or hearing. I …I think I'd put this down to personal preference and/or hearing. I recently tried the xm3s noise cancelling in-store and the sound was very good. I could even see myself using them with audio sensitive applications.Overall, I would advise people to test each one before dropping any cash. This way, people will get what works for them. Headphones are pretty subjective.


I've lived with both, it's just my opinion. I wouldn't use them with "audio sensitive" applications, they're not flat, they are scooped like any non studio headphones. They sound great, but you'll end up with very weird mixes.. The XM3's are not worth £100/£200 more, definitely not. I have a flat pair of Beyerdynamics, it's a different world. Depends what you want from your headphones. I've got all bases covered.
Edited by: "fandyboy" 20th Aug
fandyboy20/08/2019 23:09

I've lived with both, it's just my opinion. I wouldn't use them with …I've lived with both, it's just my opinion. I wouldn't use them with "audio sensitive" applications, they're not flat, they are scooped like any non studio headphones. They sound great, but you'll end up with very weird mixes.. The XM3's are not worth £100/£200 more, definitely not. I have a flat pair of Beyerdynamics, it's a different world. Depends what you want from your headphones. I've got all bases covered.


I should've mentioned, they will be able to be used on audio sensitive applications via Sonarworks TrueFi or the headphone plugin which make them flat. I had it on my phone when testing the XM3s instore. I already use a pair of AKG K712 Pros with Sonarworks for audio work and they're quite similar sounding when the plugin is used. Hope that clears that one up.

Of course, as before, people should be testing each set before committing to either one. Everyone's ears are different after-all.
scottyb20/08/2019 17:32

I own them too, love them and keep them in the case when not on my head. …I own them too, love them and keep them in the case when not on my head. Just curious how the head band broke?



I was literally carrying them outside and unfolding them and they broke without any warning.
I've always took care of them. Hung them up when not in use.
Amazon Warehouse is rubbish.
Be vary wary of their descriptions. 'like new' definitely isn't in my experience.
skinrush21/08/2019 21:57

Amazon Warehouse is rubbish.Be vary wary of their descriptions. 'like new' …Amazon Warehouse is rubbish.Be vary wary of their descriptions. 'like new' definitely isn't in my experience.


It really is completely random. Annoyingly, if the price is right, it might be worth risking
rev621/08/2019 22:18

It really is completely random. Annoyingly, if the price is right, it …It really is completely random. Annoyingly, if the price is right, it might be worth risking


I won't be risking it again. I risked it a week ago with a ue wonderboom 2 in blue, and a Wonderboom 1 in aqua turned up in a Wonderboom 2 box.
Edited by: "skinrush" 22nd Aug
Mine arrived today, and are in excellent condition. Headphones, Box, manuals, cables etc all virtually mint.

The noise cancellation is excellent. Sound wise they are good, but missing a bit of treble, although I bought them for commuting on train so no point getting top end hifi cans in a noisy environment

Am nervous about all the reports of headband breakage though
Mine arrived with NO cables in the box but headphones look good.
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