SONY WH-1000XM2B Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones £296.99 @ Amazon and @ Currys with code AUDIO11
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SONY WH-1000XM2B Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones £296.99 @ Amazon and @ Currys with code AUDIO11

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Found 24th Dec 2017Edited by:"MPA83"
These are the brand new 1000x mk2 and are the best in its class here are some of the reviews

whathifi.com/son…iew
techradar.com/rev…nes

And a comparison to the Bose QC35 II



It looks like Amazon have price matched Currys

Cheapest its been from a seller in the UK. £296.99 in Black and Gold

Available in Currys if you want it sooner
Currys link in Black with code AUDIO11
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
Crrys link in Gold with code AUDIO11
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
The price ends at Midnight

Don't forget if buying through currys Topcashback and Quidco is 1.5%

Maybe you could get John Lewis to price match
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Why cold?!
no idea. I just ordered it from amazon.thank you
Spacevsgravity37 m ago

Why cold?!


Maybe cos these and other in similar categories (bose, sennheiser etc) charge a ridiculous amount for something that probably costs less than £30 to make).

They ll argue the investment needed to make these- which can be costly... so each to their own.

If they lasted like 5 yrs regular use—could be worth the investment- however the recharging battery always has a self life.

people have complained about their predecessors of head band cracking within a few weeks, and from what I ve read Sony have not tackled that issue with their version 2, but rather added a feature or two and banking in on their sound quality to push them through.
highest rated blue tooth headphones, heat added.
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Spacevsgravity53 m ago

Why cold?!


I wonder why as well. I'm getting mine from the US. A friend of mine is on holiday so it will cost me around £224
The Bose qc 35 II’s are the same price and are much better for noise cancellation
Black Friday nostalgia kicks in, you can get them for £259.99 from Currys ebay
Edited by: "Tacavas" 24th Dec 2017
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zed6812 m ago

Black Friday nostalgia kicks in, you can get them for £259.99 from Currys …Black Friday nostalgia kicks in, you can get them for £259.99 from Currys ebay


That's for the old pair, these have just been released a few months ago
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ShafiqAmin3 h, 30 m ago

The Bose qc 35 II’s are the same price and are much better for noise c …The Bose qc 35 II’s are the same price and are much better for noise cancellation


No. The Sony's were inferior but are now widely acknowledged as the same or better than the Bose for noise cancelling. On any measure there is only a slight difference between the two. The Bose are better for some things while the Sony have the edge on others but these are so close it's mostly personal preference.
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It's a good price. The B&W PX, Bose QC and these are all top draw headphones and of a comparable price. If there was a cheaper product of comparable quality then go buy those but I'm not sure there are any. If you want what these offer this is a good deal. The deals / discounts on the latest version of these three models are few. My personal choice are the PX so waiting for a post Xmas deal on them but still voted hot.
Edited by: "deleted901554" 24th Dec 2017
HOT!

Best NC headphones money can buy.

Better than QC35 in everything except comfort.
Not a great price considering the spec differences between these and their predecessor the MDR-1000X is very small plus the cost difference is around £100 (I have the 1000X's). That said the early 1000x's did have an issue with the band cracking (mine have done) but this is a known issue and later serial numbers should be fine.

The 1000X are fantastic headphones so i would assume these will be too... a lot of money though.
Edited by: "busterdan" 24th Dec 2017
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busterdan52 m ago

Not a great price considering the spec differences between these and their …Not a great price considering the spec differences between these and their predecessor the MDR-1000X is very small plus the cost difference is around £100 (I have the 1000X's). That said the early 1000x's did have an issue with the band cracking (mine have done) but this is a known issue and later serial numbers should be fine.The 1000X are fantastic headphones so i would assume these will be too... a lot of money though.


Thats true, the only differences are the improved noise cancellation, app support and more codec support which is great on Android especially if your OS is oreo 8.0. Also they've used different materials on some part of the headphones. But they both look the same and use the same audio drivers
MPA8319 h, 1 m ago

Thats true, the only differences are the improved noise cancellation, app …Thats true, the only differences are the improved noise cancellation, app support and more codec support


That's pretty siginificant IMHO.
Does any one else feels they are not as loud
vickyindelhi26th Dec

Does any one else feels they are not as loud


Not at all.
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