Sony MDR-NC7 Noise Cancelling Headphones (Black) HALF PRICE £29.99 @ Play

Sony MDR-NC7 Noise Cancelling Headphones (Black) HALF PRICE £29.99 @ Play

Found 8th Sep 2010
Enhance your listening experience and reduce unwanted ambient noise by 87.4 percent with the MDR-NC7 noise canceling headphones. Featuring a convenient, foldable and swivel design, these headphones are perfect for travel or the daily commute. There's even a convenient, dual-use capability that gives you the option to listen to your music with or without the noise cancelation feature.


Anyone any knowledge of these, please.

i have a pair. bought them in the USA. Avg Noise cancelling and a good set of headphones overall. Worth £30 compared to £300 for bose. Def a keeper mine cost me $50 from a Best Buy vending machine after I seen the same pair for $100 in a different store

Average-ish reviews at best

also. They are foldable and come with a handy soft carry pouch

I have a pair of these and tbh was very disappointed. At the time I had a trip to the US coming up and was keen to get a pair as I do a reasonable amount of air travel and that's where these types of headphones are supposed to be best (with constant level background noise). I was on a budget and could not afford the likes of BOSE etc so took a punt with these. However, they really did not cancel much noise at all - when the noise cancelling is activated you just notice a slight change in the sound but no real background cancel - it all just sounds a bit muffled and the drone of the aircraft is still there. I did a direct comparison with my normal in ear plugs (Senheiser CX300) and these blocked just as much noise due to being a good in ear fit).
I have not voted your deal cold as the price is actually quite good - I got mine from Asda at this price but know they are normally a lot more....but overall I just would not recommend, sorry!:(

Thanks to everyone for your comments.

After reading…nyt
I bought my first pair of PANASONIC RP-HC500 in NYC at
J&R Music and Computer World 23 Park Row New York, NY 10038
They were $100 ($200 at JFK) when the £1=USD1.90 = approx £50
I got lucky and caught a sale similar to…802
and got my second pair.
Second only to Bose was the verdict at the time for a fraction of the price
I recommend PANASONIC RP-HC500 if you can pay around £40
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