SONY MDR-10RC On ear Headphones £27.97 @ Currys/PCWorld Ebay Store
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SONY MDR-10RC On ear Headphones £27.97 @ Currys/PCWorld Ebay Store

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Found 24th Nov 2015
There have been a few posts about these headphones recently, sadly I missed the Argos deal but searching around found them, new from the Currys PC World Ebay store, delivered for £27.97.

They seem to get some very good reviews and for the money seem very very good value... so I've grabbed myself some

They got voted 4 out of 5 by ExpertReviews when they were initially priced at £150 - expertreviews.co.uk/tvs…iew

Key Features
Designed in collaboration with The Script, the Sony MDR-10RC Headphones are made for comfort and deep, rich sound.
You'll be able to give your music the boost it needs with the High-Resolution Audio technology at the heart of the MDR-10RC Headphones. They're able to faithfully replicate the quality of lossless audio file types like FLAC, ALAC and WAV - which means you'll be closer to the way the music sounded in the recording studio.
Their impressive 5 Hz - 40 kHz frequency range means that they're ideal for almost any music style, whether it's packed with bass or high-end sounds such as vocals and instruments. Enjoy content from high-resolution streaming sites via your internet-enabled phone or music player, and hear the difference in depth and clarity.
These stunning black headphones offer a full range of sound, from deep rumbling bass to euphoric high-end sound. The 40 mm neodymium driver in the MDR10RC Headphones gives your music the boost it needs, whilst the closed headphone design helps to keep the sound in.
You'll be able to give your music the boost it needs with the High-Resolution Audio technology at the heart of the MDR10RC Headphones. It converts analogue music to digital at a high rate, which means you'll be closer to the way the music sounded in the recording studio.
Their 100 dB sensitivity range means you'll be able to pump up the volume without your music becoming distorted.
The MDR10-RC Headphones only weigh 165 g, providing a lightweight listening option for hours of entertainment. The leather earpads not only look stunning, but they also provide excellent comfort while you're listening. They can fold away to a compact size, which makes them easy to fit into your bag to take everywhere you go, perfect for people always on the move.
These headphones include a detachable in-line remote and microphone, great for taking calls. You can also use the remote to pause, play and skip tracks.
The black Sony MDR-10RC Headphones offer high quality sound, comfort and control over your music.

15 Comments

good deal

They also have some described as "used" at £19.

über hot!

Another £2.02 wasted, I should have waited. oO
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 24th Nov 2015

Grrr just paid £39.99 at Argos

Original Poster

Argos money back guarantee?

Original Poster

Already dispatched.... seem to be more efficient than buying via their website.

Don't think most people realise how good these are. They're a cut above anything else at this price by some distance. Most reviewers describe then as being very similar to the momentum on ears.

Original Poster

Bit surprised these are not gaining much heat especially as the Argos deal managed nearly 400 degrees.... not a problem, was more wondering if I had missed something obvious (refurbished or something)

It's because everyone already bought one and are now miffed that the cans are now even cheaper.
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 26th Nov 2015

Original Poster

haha good point

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Received my headphones today.... excellent build quality and sound really good..... but they have one big issue for me... there is no way to adjust the volume from the remote. That seems such an oversight and if I had realised I probably would not have bought them.

Still now they are here I will enjoy them.

711324

Don't think most people realise how good these are. They're a cut above … Don't think most people realise how good these are. They're a cut above anything else at this price by some distance. Most reviewers describe then as being very similar to the momentum on ears.



MDR-10RC and momentum 1.0 are suppose to be the same price range. Momentum bass is not good.

Now with the huge price deduction in MDR-10RC, it is super hot.

It is £100 one year ago, why now such big reduction which I do not understand?


Are these headphones good compared to say beats by dre? I have the Monster N tune but they seem too bassy when listening to general audio.

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Trawkzr

Are these headphones good compared to say beats by dre? I have the … Are these headphones good compared to say beats by dre? I have the Monster N tune but they seem too bassy when listening to general audio.



I can't compare to Beats, but the Sony's have decent bass but it's not too deep and over powering, the subtle treble sounds are very clear, my only complaint is that they don't have an in line remote volume control (only pause, track skip, answer/end call)
Edited by: "busterdan" 7th Dec 2015

Brought a pair because huangxq2 said there in the same price range as the Momentums which are far to expensive for me at £150. After reading a view reviews the only cons are too bassy and they fall off when moving around.
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