Sony MDR-XB950BT Extra Bass Bluetooth Headphones - Was £149.99 now £99.99 @ Argos
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Sony MDR-XB950BT Extra Bass Bluetooth Headphones - Was £149.99 now £99.99 @ Argos

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Found 21st Nov 2015
These are stated by many people, critics and reviewers from trusted tech heads to be one of the best sounding bluetooth headphones you can buy. With very strong bass performance too.
Price has been cut from £150 to £99.
Seems like a good deal to me?
What you guys think?
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Cheapest price on the web, I've been after a pair for a while.
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owenm1234

Cheapest price on the web, I've been after a pair for a while.



iv reserved a pair myself bud, pick up monday from my local, i tried these on at currys demo stands, the sound is awesome! i listen to hip hop and rnb, bass is incredible.
Ashamuk

iv reserved a pair myself bud, pick up monday from my local, i tried … iv reserved a pair myself bud, pick up monday from my local, i tried these on at currys demo stands, the sound is awesome! i listen to hip hop and rnb, bass is incredible.



I've not tried them but I've seen reviews. I've just reserved them as well, nice find.
owenm1234

I've not tried them but I've seen reviews. I've just reserved them as … I've not tried them but I've seen reviews. I've just reserved them as well, nice find.



​i've got these, awesome sound, very very good bass, has a bass boost button too but that is head shakingly deep. You'll like them a lot.
Amazon price matched, for people with student discounts or some such stuff.
Dixons Travel have these still at £109.99.
With their Double the Difference price matcher thing you can get them for £89.99.

Obviously limited to those travelling through or working in airports.
Dixons Travel now price these at £129-99 (checked yesterday).
Double the difference means that you can get these for £69-99. Asked yesterday and they will honour it.
After listening to the wired version of the 950s they had great bass but mids and highs were really recessed even after a bit of EQing. Thought that the BT version would be even worse but unable to try the BT version so passed on them.
Was tempted but got the MDR1As instead at £99-99 as the sound on them is more balanced and crystal clear.

Edited by: "Copperface" 26th Nov 2015
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