Sony MDR-1000X Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Ambient Sound Touch Sensor High Resolution Audio Headphones - Black at Amazon for £290.14
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Sony MDR-1000X Wireless Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Ambient Sound Touch Sensor High Resolution Audio Headphones - Black at Amazon for £290.14

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£224 at eGlobal. Not sure if this is a good deal so not voting...
Great price for brand new!
Great price. I bought the Sennheiser PXC 550 and am happy with them.

This is worth reading
Touch sensor?
Considering the MK2 are £330 pre order,you cant base this deal on the rrp, not that you can base any deal on an rrp anyway.
sgs2227 m ago

£224 at eGlobal. Not sure if this is a good deal so not voting...


That's where I got mine - took 6 days to arrive but apart from that can't fault them
sparc5 m ago

Touch sensor?

Yes. On the right ear cup to control volume, play/pause, slip track and mute (cover the cup)
Edited by: "jayjay266" 24th Sep 2017
Madness. The 1000xm2 are out for a few quid more like £20. Dont waste your money. I think Sony has restricted stock of the new headphones to.get rid of these in stock
I bought the new ones from john lewis last week but now out of stock amd cant find them anywhere. Amazon have. Arelease date of january 201i. Weird.
These sound awesome, but there is a design fault that results in the headband cracking around the hinge. Avoid.
Wait for the new version.
For anyone with these i have a question.

If i have a bluetooth connection to my phone what exactly happens when i put another device (not the same phone) in the 3.5mm input.

What i mean is, does the bluetooth connection cut-off automatically or does it stay connected & you can hear both inputs at the same time?

You see i want to have a permanent bluetooth connection to my phone and then have a sneaky way of also hearing my PC sound through the 3.5mm input. Is this possible?
Edited by: "FlappyPappy" 24th Sep 2017
These headphones sound excellent, better than Bose 35s, but...
- theyve been cheaper elsewhere for many months
- the headband is widely reported to eventually crack
- Sony support is terrible. Really terrible.
- The new version is out with redesign and new materials which likely fixed the headband issue.
greenant6 h, 24 m ago

better than Bose 35s, but- the headband is widely reported to eventually …better than Bose 35s, but- the headband is widely reported to eventually crack- - The new version is out with redesign and new materials which likely fixed the headband issue.




This ^^^^

Pity the new version is still not Bluetooth 5 though
LotusJas24th Sep

This ^^^^Pity the new version is still not Bluetooth 5 though

Who needs Bluetooth 5 when you have LDAC and a 30 hour battery life😁😁😁😁
I don't believe LDAC is of any benefit on an iPhone?
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