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    I need a pair of cheap but good headphones to use with my laptop. I currently use an old pair I got off an plane during a long haul flight! I prefer the type which cover the ears to cut down sound leakage.

    In ear types are definitely out.

    Thanks in advance.

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    So do you want clips or headset type outer ear design?

    Original Poster

    The type which encapsulate your ears, like ear defenders.

    Reviewed by What Hi-Fi as the best headphones for under £150:

    google.co.uk/pro…g=p

    Personally, I'd recommend the Philips headphones from UnderFivePounds, I got them a while back and they've been great since.

    underfivepounds.com/sto…nes

    4.99 + 3.95 delivery, so £8.94 total

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    Mattitude

    Personally, I'd recommend the Philips headphones from UnderFivePounds, I … Personally, I'd recommend the Philips headphones from UnderFivePounds, I got them a while back and they've been great since.http://www.underfivepounds.com/store/house-and-home/philips-headphones4.99 + 3.95 delivery, so £8.94 total



    Thats a better price. Thanks!

    I need some Infra Red / Cordless Headphones for the TV in the Bedroom - the Mrs' is whinging at the Noise levels when she's falling asleep!

    Haven't got a clue how much to spend or what they cost or even what spec to get, so recommendations are appreciated!

    Ta.

    Mattitude

    Personally, I'd recommend the Philips headphones from UnderFivePounds, I … Personally, I'd recommend the Philips headphones from UnderFivePounds, I got them a while back and they've been great since.http://www.underfivepounds.com/store/house-and-home/philips-headphones4.99 + 3.95 delivery, so £8.94 total



    i bought these, or at least a set exactly like these just not philips, from tesco, cost me about £2 lol.

    I got this one, and it does a fair job:
    play.com/Ele…e=0

    I need some Infra Red / Cordless Headphones for the TV in the Bedroom - … I need some Infra Red / Cordless Headphones for the TV in the Bedroom - the Mrs' is whinging at the Noise levels when she's falling asleep!Haven't got a clue how much to spend or what they cost or even what spec to get, so recommendations are appreciated!



    Amazon sell ear plugs for £4.82 - probably a cheaper solution. Err lets call it a work around

    Oh and they do have "new & used" (errgh) starting at £1.83

    Serriously though, if you are looking for wireless headphones. Stick to big brands they produce qaulity goods: Phillips, Sony, Seenheiser, etc.
    Do NOT get infra-red as thiese are subject to interference.
    DO get something comfortable to wear whilst in bed, it doesn't matter how cheap/good they are if they don't feel right.

    RF and Bluetooth transmissions should be your aim, prices start at £25 and go as high as you want to pay. £35 should get you a decent set of cans.

    Hope that helps,

    Shimagoza.xxx
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