Sony WH-1000XM3 High-Resolution Audio Headphones + 3 year warranty £240 at Centres Direct
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Sony WH-1000XM3 High-Resolution Audio Headphones + 3 year warranty £240 at Centres Direct

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Expires on 29/06/2020Posted 8th Apr
Part of the Sony Easter deals, they are offering free 3-year warranty on selected headphones.

The WH-1000XM3 is £233.99 from Amazon, but for £6.01 more you get 3-years warranty directly from Sony.
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These are great headphones - for your reference i bought them during black friday on sale for 203£ in case it helps with anyones decision to purchase or not.

Cant knock the sound on these cans tho.
Just bought these, in terms of the volume level connected to my iPhone it’s great, however connected to my Samsung TV the max level is abysmal. Don’t know if there’s something obvious I’m doing wrong but avoid these if planning on pairing with a TV. Or can someone whose had the same issue help???!
Madcat8612/04/2020 23:37

Just bought these, in terms of the volume level connected to my iPhone …Just bought these, in terms of the volume level connected to my iPhone it’s great, however connected to my Samsung TV the max level is abysmal. Don’t know if there’s something obvious I’m doing wrong but avoid these if planning on pairing with a TV. Or can someone whose had the same issue help???!


How are you controlling the volume? Using the TV or the headphones? Sometimes you need to turn volume up via both interfaces as they may be operating on top of each other. For example, sometimes a bluetooth speaker can be very quiet even if the volume on the phone is turned up to max, you have to go over and turn up the speakers volume as well.
AlexDawson-Brown24/04/2020 11:39

How are you controlling the volume? Using the TV or the headphones? …How are you controlling the volume? Using the TV or the headphones? Sometimes you need to turn volume up via both interfaces as they may be operating on top of each other. For example, sometimes a bluetooth speaker can be very quiet even if the volume on the phone is turned up to max, you have to go over and turn up the speakers volume as well.


I see what you mean with my Boss soundlink mini. When the headphones connect by Bluetooth to my TV they seem to be as one in terms of controlling the volume so that’s not a solution. Seems to be my TV, expensive big screen UHD Samsung, just bought a smaller LG for another room about 1/5 of the price and the sounds is miles better off that. Frustrating as TV’s don’t have an Aux input now
Madcat8624/04/2020 11:44

I see what you mean with my Boss soundlink mini. When the headphones …I see what you mean with my Boss soundlink mini. When the headphones connect by Bluetooth to my TV they seem to be as one in terms of controlling the volume so that’s not a solution. Seems to be my TV, expensive big screen UHD Samsung, just bought a smaller LG for another room about 1/5 of the price and the sounds is miles better off that. Frustrating as TV’s don’t have an Aux input now


I never knew TVs were ditching the aux jack, that sucks. Hope you get it sorted mate.
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