Sony MDR-XB950BT Original Bluetooth Premium Xtra Bass Headphones Delivered or C&C @ Vodafone ebay £84.99
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Sony MDR-XB950BT Original Bluetooth Premium Xtra Bass Headphones Delivered or C&C @ Vodafone ebay £84.99

£84.99
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Found 7th FebMade hot 8th Feb
Currently the cheapest. It may get cheaper as the newer version is out soon.

Item specifics
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Brand: Sony
Microphone: Electret Condenser Model: XB950BT
Earpiece Design: Ear-Pad (On the Ear) Fit Design: Headband

MPN: MDR-XB950BT EAN: 4905524976939

Design
Fit Design Headband
Earpiece Design Ear-Pad (On the Ear)
Microphone Electret Condenser

Connectivity
Connectivity Type Wireless

Features
Frequency Response 3 Hz - 28 kHz
Cable Length 1.22 m
Weight 283.5 gr

22 Comments

I've got these. I love them.

siqass

better than … better than these?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/plantronics-backbeat-pro-wireless-noise-cancelling-headphones-99-99-bt-shop-103-2611060



​I don't know, never tried the plantronics, but I've read a lot of good things about them! The Sony's do not have active noise cancellation, and I'm no audiophile, so not sure how the purists will rate their sound. But they are comfortable, sound very good to me, and have a really good battery life. And my old Sony headphones are still working after nearly 20 years so I know they should last!

cold
not Senheisser.

chocolatenomlike

[quote=zoso1313] cold not Senheisser.


Senheisser, while a reputable headphone maker, serve their own purpose.
Senheisser make headphones with good overall sound quality if you want a large frequency of sound.
These headphones do really well at focussing on the bass, which the Sony extreme bass line does well at.

Imo, perfect set of headphones for EDM, bass lovers.
Really easy to use, and comfy, and well worth the price.
Also really like the fact that these can be made both used wireless and wired, and you can enjoy the bass even more with a switch of the bass boost button

Edited by: "chocolatenomlike" 8th Feb

Ordered these about an hour ago and already dispatched. Great service from Vodafone.

wired version are better

I got these for alot less a long time ago but Damn there good and some times when I touch the L/Randoms side i can feel the vibrations as well as feeling the bass on my ears. Not had any issues with them so far.

kavajaved

wired version are better


You can use them with wire which is included.

AJ92

You can use them with wire which is included.



Not if you've got an iPhone 7

saj82

Not if you've got an iPhone 7



not true:
http://www.kappit.com/img/pics/201609_1000_ifgch_sm.jpg

saj82

Not if you've got an iPhone 7


iP7 owners got the phone knowing it didn't have an input so they can't complain after. I have a Galaxy S6 Edge+ and it works well.
Edited by: "AJ92" 8th Feb

I got these for xmas and they are very good headphones. Just a note the extra bass function does not work wired (although you wouldn't need it) also they do not connect to my PS4 via Bluetooth I have to use wired my PS4 will not find them via Bluetooth (a lot of people have the same problem also on forums). No problems with on my ip7 they sound great.

zoso1313

cold not Senheisser.



​wow

had them they are crap sent them back twice. the bass i ok but you cant hear anything else.

Why you would want such coloured sound I have no idea. Get something reference or with a little warmth then use an EQ based on whatever you're listening to.

I love my house and dance music, but I also enjoy acoustic, classical and indie stuff. My Audeze Sine are very neutral sounding and I use a parametric Eq and mobile DAC to adjust the sound the sound accordingly. Otherwise you just have muddy sounding mids and highs with lost vocals to the drums.

Just my opinion, but there are better choices. If you like warmth and bass, try some V-moda, punchy but balanced.

The_Hoff

Why you would want such coloured sound I have no idea. Get something … Why you would want such coloured sound I have no idea. Get something reference or with a little warmth then use an EQ based on whatever you're listening to.I love my house and dance music, but I also enjoy acoustic, classical and indie stuff. My Audeze Sine are very neutral sounding and I use a parametric Eq and mobile DAC to adjust the sound the sound accordingly. Otherwise you just have muddy sounding mids and highs with lost vocals to the drums.Just my opinion, but there are better choices. If you like warmth and bass, try some V-moda, punchy but balanced.



​Lol the average consumer doesn't know, doesn't want to know and does not care for this. Not only that but the headphones you mentioned are considerably more expensive. Plus, most people are going to be listening on average sounding phones, if they're happy with that then I'm pretty sure they couldn't give a flying **** about reference audio

Few years ago I got a pair of these amazon.co.uk/Sen…nes

To be honest they are so amazing that I would struggle to justify spending anything more.

dolanduck

​Lol the average consumer doesn't know, doesn't want to know and does not … ​Lol the average consumer doesn't know, doesn't want to know and does not care for this. Not only that but the headphones you mentioned are considerably more expensive. Plus, most people are going to be listening on average sounding phones, if they're happy with that then I'm pretty sure they couldn't give a flying **** about reference audio



I wasn't making a direct comparison in terms of the products, I was eluding to the idea of buying a pair of headphones that only suit one genre of music and are tainted too significantly to be enjoyable for other uses. Like I said, fine for bassheads, but not for people that have a wider range of musical taste - the Jabra mentioned would be much better in that sense.

Otherwise the V-Moda I suggested aren't horrendously expensive.

Reference is just a fancy word for neutral and balanced sounds. The rest you can apply with software to highlight the instruments you want to be the focal point. These are limited.

Argos has the Sony MDRZX770BNB.CE7 Noise Cancelling headphones on offer for £99.99... argos.co.uk/pro…333

wireless versions has very over powered bass, sound alot better with the wire or just buy the wired version. heat for the price tho

I have the sony zx770
They are brill
Great sound
Can accept calls and increase vol on headset
Noise cancelling
Works with pc and iphone 7
Does not connect wireless with ps4
Great battery as not had to charge them yet after 2 weeks
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