Sony MDR100ABN Wireless Over-Ear Headphones - Blue £119.95 at Argos
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Sony MDR100ABN Wireless Over-Ear Headphones - Blue £119.95 at Argos

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Found 10th Feb
Been on here before but now down to £119.95.

RRP £249.99

Great noise cancelling wireless headphones, don't be put off by the colour I have these and the colour is stunning but subtle.

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Blue?
Edited by: "RedNWhite" 10th Feb
Who can help me buy and post to me pls? None around my side, even the last time too. Just a shame
RedNWhite38 m ago

Blue?


Yes but is more of a dark blue/green metallic black colour. Much better in real life than it sounds. Not my first choice as prefer black but still a good colour.
I actually love that colour. Pity the nearest ones are 136 miles away in Grimsby!
managed to get this last week for £129.99, shame its dropped a further £10, anyone know if i email argos they'd refund?
RedNWhite46 m ago

I actually love that colour. Pity the nearest ones are 136 miles away in …I actually love that colour. Pity the nearest ones are 136 miles away in Grimsby!


Only had to travel 40 miles last night to Blackpool for last pair
Ordered, to pick up later today.
Thanks
steveex2 m ago

Ordered, to pick up later today.Thanks


Well done, well worth the money.
I bought them at 140. They are brilliant
Showing stock.in East Kilbride Glasgow for anyone who wants a bargain.
Funkii.Famm15 h, 57 m ago

Who can help me buy and post to me pls? None around my side, even the last …Who can help me buy and post to me pls? None around my side, even the last time too. Just a shame


you from Nigeria?
Would love these! But no stock anywhere can argos do Store to store transfers?
Funkii.Famm17 h, 20 m ago

Who can help me buy and post to me pls? None around my side, even the last …Who can help me buy and post to me pls? None around my side, even the last time too. Just a shame


I can
Bought some of these around xmas. Brilliant headphones.
Cold for cold and for blue colour and no availability over most part of uk
Been dithering between grabbing these or wf1000. The in ears look perfect on paper. As I want them for around the house, so more comfortable then cans. But I also want NC for flights (so AirPods our) as my old Sony set are falling apart. However, very mixed reviews on the wf1000, anyone have any exp of them?

334 miles away so makes decision for me.
RealGeek11th Feb

Cold for cold and for blue colour and no availability over most part of uk


It's a good deal end off...
Good for the money
What's better these or the 1000XM2s? Can't find a comparison.
Taylor18921 m ago

What's better these or the 1000XM2s? Can't find a comparison.


1000XM2s are newer but twice the price, very little difference
Taylor189259 m ago

What's better these or the 1000XM2s? Can't find a comparison.


The 1000XMs's the last time I checked where considered the best bluetooth noise cancelling headphones money could buy. I previously had the MDR1000's as well but they had a fault and were replaced by the 1000XM's.... The MDR's were great the XM's are even better, the smart ambient switching feature is excellent if you commute for example and are on a train, then walking around, need to hear announcements. The sound quality is excellent.... so they are expensive but I think if you compare these with the XM's you will notice a difference.
busterdan17 m ago

The 1000XMs's the last time I checked where considered the best bluetooth …The 1000XMs's the last time I checked where considered the best bluetooth noise cancelling headphones money could buy. I previously had the MDR1000's as well but they had a fault and were replaced by the 1000XM's.... The MDR's were great the XM's are even better, the smart ambient switching feature is excellent if you commute for example and are on a train, then walking around, need to hear announcements. The sound quality is excellent.... so they are expensive but I think if you compare these with the XM's you will notice a difference.


Agreed but are they worth £200 more? XM's are £320 on Amazon
fletchp2 h, 8 m ago

Agreed but are they worth £200 more? XM's are £320 on Amazon


You can get the MDR1000X refurbished from Sony for £179. I got a pair last year and had no problems at all with them. Fantastic headphones and the NC is excellent on planes and trains.
centresdirect.co.uk/c-5…spx
Refurbished BLACK colour in Argos eBay for £142.99 ebay.co.uk/itm…244
Great headphones have a pair, bought around a year ago. Excellent sound quality, and a dream to use on flights as it blocks out most of the noise. Only complaint would be that it feels a little flimsy.
Agree I have a pair of these and if you can get them for that price worth it. From what i can tell the new ones are interration for a shed load of money versus slightly older but very good headphones. They are great for just listening or if you want the noise cancelling, they are brill. Headphones are like all things subjective. They are pretty comfy do the job have a great battery life. Went for these over the Bowers and Wilkins noise cancelling as i preferred the sound of these when I tried them both out. Given the price I would go for it if you wanted a pair...
Good deal. Sad nothing close to London. Still HEAT!
These or bose qc25
Ughari59 m ago

These or bose qc25


Wireless or wired?
Ughari1 h, 1 m ago

These or bose qc25


QC25 wired, I like these over the wireless QC35. Bose slightly better on the NC but Sony better on the sound quality. Sony better build quality and more robust.
Edited by: "fletchp" 11th Feb
I don't think bose sound quality is that bad. Plus bose qc25 are good for London tubes
Ughari4 m ago

I don't think bose sound quality is that bad. Plus bose qc25 are good for …I don't think bose sound quality is that bad. Plus bose qc25 are good for London tubes


Not sure of the comments...? But not much in them either away apart from the qc25 being wired and more expensive.
I Just don't know If I can justify driving 200 Miles to get a pair But I really want them
Marky26413 m ago

I Just don't know If I can justify driving 200 Miles to get a pair But …I Just don't know If I can justify driving 200 Miles to get a pair But I really want them


Lol, they are good but.... I got 2 sets, 1st set went faulty and were returned to Sony. They sent me a set of wh-h900n as replacement...very good.
fletchp23 h, 7 m ago

Lol, they are good but.... I got 2 sets, 1st set went faulty and were …Lol, they are good but.... I got 2 sets, 1st set went faulty and were returned to Sony. They sent me a set of wh-h900n as replacement...very good.



Very nice!
Is there a latest Store Check regarding Stock? Really desperate to get a pair!
Heat added OP - great price. I picked up a pair of these at the higher price a week or so ago, love them. Also got the matching blue MP3 player from Currys - on sale at £109.99 at the moment. Does anyone know - I've read online that these headphones come preset to a certain sound setting, but can be changed over to another setting, which apparently sounds even better. I can't find anywhere how to do this though! Anyone know??
Are these the first generation H.ear on headphones or the second generation H.ear on ?

I have the latter (bought from Alza which is based in the Czech Republic for £120, about two months ago. Arrived quickly, brand new, no issues).

Its an amazing pair of headphones! The noise cancelling really works. So much so that when I'm cooking, I've burnt one or two things because its cancelled out the sizzling and burning sounds.

I've used it on a transatlantic flight and it worked beautifully. Also very comfortable.

Only gripe? When its windy outdoors, the rustling/whoosh sound is still evident, and especially so if you go into the half noise cancelling mode (where it lets through some ambient noise for safety), then the audio becomes inaudible as it amplifies the wind.

Also the other concern is that there is a pad at the top of the headphones, which it comfortable when wearing. But I worry what happens when it breaks or gets worn - can it be replaced easily?
boonkoh13th Feb

Are these the first generation H.ear on headphones or the second …Are these the first generation H.ear on headphones or the second generation H.ear on ?I have the latter (bought from Alza which is based in the Czech Republic for £120, about two months ago. Arrived quickly, brand new, no issues).Its an amazing pair of headphones! The noise cancelling really works. So much so that when I'm cooking, I've burnt one or two things because its cancelled out the sizzling and burning sounds.I've used it on a transatlantic flight and it worked beautifully. Also very comfortable.Only gripe? When its windy outdoors, the rustling/whoosh sound is still evident, and especially so if you go into the half noise cancelling mode (where it lets through some ambient noise for safety), then the audio becomes inaudible as it amplifies the wind.Also the other concern is that there is a pad at the top of the headphones, which it comfortable when wearing. But I worry what happens when it breaks or gets worn - can it be replaced easily?


Whats the difference between 1st and 2nd gen versions? And how can you tell which one you have?
fbiroylindell52 m ago

Whats the difference between 1st and 2nd gen versions? And how can you …Whats the difference between 1st and 2nd gen versions? And how can you tell which one you have?


My box said "h.ear on 2" headphones to indicate second generation.

Not sure of the difference though between the generations!
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