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AD700x Audio-Technica Headphones on for Prime Members £76.23
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
I was helping a friend find a new pair of headphones and stumbled across these. I LOVE these headphones, had them for a few years now as my main pc audio and absolutely no regrets.… Read more
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these would be such a steal if it was not for the delivery and import tax, still a lot cheaper then elsewhere but that price is too good to be true unfortunately. ;(


The 770 are closed, 990 open so id imagine you had the latter. Reviews are seen have been great, I've just gone and bought a pair of the DT 770 Pro, looking forward to their arrival


I picked up a pair of Beyerdynamic awhile ago. I'm no expert, but they do leak sound if that's something important to you. They sound amazing even though I might not be using them to their full potential. I can't remember if it is 990 or 770. Sorry. Check rtings for a review.


£101.14 in the basket, Prime Member, says it's shipping from the US.


Odd. Still got into basket for that price for me. Sorry guys, guess it deal might have passed, or enough orders have jumped the price up again.

Audio Technica LP3 Turntable £149 @ Richer Sounds
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Seems to have all good reviews from the audio experts. A decent turntable which should appeal to many who want a good all round sound. Usually retails at about £179 so this is a… Read more
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Great little turntable for the price. Automatic too which i prefer.


Reminds me, about time I got my Voyd out of the garage and got my study set up. If you want automatic get a CD player! :D


Superb bit of kit and fully automatic to boot! (y) Grab a pair of open-back reference AKG K701 headphones, from hukd to go with this turntable and a little £50 ish amp, like the Filo or a JDS 02 and your in your own private Vinyl Heaven!!!


A cracking entry level turntable, and a very nice price

Audio Technica ATH-A550Z On-Ear Headphones £82.99 @ Argos - Also many others on sale!
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Audio Technica ATH-A550Z On-Ear Headphones - £82.99 (was £139) Fantastic sounding headphones for this money! Also on clearance: Audio Technica ATH-A990Z On-Ear Headphones … Read more

Just typical I paid 90 quid for the sr5's a couple months ago and hardly used them. Suppose I have the blue and brown ones not available here


No Bluetooth lol


Argos error as usual, I think two of them are on-ear, the SR5’s. I’m sure the rest are over ear


they say on-ear but they look over ear. Which is it? Thanks


On-Ear? These look too large to be on ear, I wonder if Argos made a error, they look around-ear headphones to me, either that they are designed for people with very large ears, Good price though.

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Audio-Technica AT-LP3 Turntable £149.99 Amazon
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Good deal for a decent entry-level turntable.
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Now same price at Richer Sounds.


Looks a bargain in comparison to the Pioneer PL30K and Denon DP-300F, all three are from the same factory, only important difference is the cartridge.


That's a refurb. Usual price £119. Although your point still stands.


Same price at John Lewis (with two-year warranty), Richer Sounds and Currys


"Entry level" - what are you, some kind of vinyl snob? :D Seriously, you can pay a lot more but you can pay a lot less too:

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Audio Technica ATH-M50XGM Professional Monitor Headphones, Gun Metal, £99.99 at Amazon/prime day deal
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
incl. hard case for headphones Critically acclaimed sonic performance praised by top audio engineers and pro audio reviewers, with detachable cable (2 cables included) Proprietar… Read more

I was about to purchase these, are they not worth it? Is there better out there for less?


I can not buy all of them to least I could try what I thought I could depend on choice made 40 mm vs 50 mm driver (cheeky) (skeptical)


There's much more to bass intensity than driver size especially with headphones. Tuning of the driver, material, and enclosure make a big impact on it too. Don't buy based on driver size (40mm vs 50mm)


bass intensity..more deep! is it not? (pirate)


Whats wrong with 40mm?

Audio-Technica ATH-AX1iS w/remote & Mic £19.99 delivered / Audio-Technica ATH-CKX5 in ear (Various colours) £18.95 / Audio-Technica ATH-CP700 in ear £24.95  @ Magic Vision
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Nice price on these, I went for the JBL wireless set yesterday, just checked back in case stock was showing for them again (it's not) But then these were in the suggested at the sa… Read more

Better than cheap brands but 19.99 is a normal price...

Audio Technica ATH-ANC9 Noise Cancelling Headphones, £124.99 from argos
Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
Amazon same price, for your choice. QuietPoint active noise-cancellation technology reduces environmental noise by up to 95% 40mm drivers for crystal clear high fidelity audio r… Read more

Pay more for a worse sounding set of cans.. sure makes sense


I got a pair of these off eBay and I really enjoyed using them. However, the switch to activate the noise cancellation is extremely flimsy. Within a few months of only really light usage the switch malfunctioned, causing the left speaker to not work correctly when the noise cancellation was turned on. For £100+ headphones it's a bit crap.


Pay the little bit extra and get a pair of Bose qc25


Did hear much difference though?


I've had these for 3 (or is it 4 years now, maybe more). They're brilliant. The sound quality is great and the noise cancelling is good too. I use rechargeable batteries in mine and they last 3-4 days on a return commute of 3 hours a day. The 3 modes are marketing spiel though, I couldn't see much difference in them. After all this time, the leather on the cans have torn, a replacement set costs about £30 I think they wanted. Voted Hot because I bought mine for £170 a few years back

Audio Technica ATH-M20x Professional Monitor Headphones £42  Gear4music
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Very cheap, very good reviews
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Yeh and there realy good


Looking for a pair of headphones for watching films on the tv . Anyone got these headphones


Hey guys I forgot to me these headphones cheaper on amazon so if you go on my profile into deals you can find the updated one at a cheaper price


Audio Technica are cracking Headphones. I have been using the M50x's for a couple of years now. These are really for home/studio use and are to large to be considered remotely portable..


I have these, very good sound for the price. Just be careful though, it may be me being unlucky but between me and the missus, I have had to send two back to Amazon. They aren't the most portable thing in the world, the cable is massive.

Audio Technica ATHMSR7 Headphones £144 at  superfi
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
Bright and balanced like them a lot.

Cannot describe them better as they are somehow flat but not in a negative way (dull or dark). Hope this helps but try them on a shop for yourself. There are also lots of better reviews on the web on them. (y)


Bright and balanced is a bit of a contradiction though. :/

Audio Technica ATH-M50XGM £109 Amazon Gun Metal Grey inc Hard case £109 @ Amazon
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
ATH-M50XGM; 1.2m and 3m cables; Screw-on 1/4” adapter, protective carry case The most critically acclaimed model in the M-series line of monitoring headphones, receiving praise… Read more

Thanks I must of seen the prices during the lightning deal. I am still trying out band adjusting. Was a little better today, that was a good time to buy them. Likewise this likely was as well. Sorry I meant a USB sound card which is USB powered and can take optical so it can be used with speakers also. I haven't looked to see if there is a portable version as most DACS are battery powered and need charging I'm guessing. I will check the one you mentioned. I was looking at a creative fxi hdi think it was. It was down to low £60 the other week but I didn't bite as I'm unsure as I would like to improve the z906 speakers too.


I have the black velour pads, I could wear them all day they are that comfortable. The pads were £15 just before Xmas but it looks like they have gone back up to £19.99. I luckily bought my M50s in Dec 2015 when the price was super low (less than £90!). Amazon are now selling these Gun metal Grey ones with a case for £159, so £109 is a steal tbh. Even the regular black headphones which I have are £118 now. An external soundcard = DAC. They are the same thing, just marketed at different buyers.


Use an app like Power amp it has an head amp on it that way you get more volume out of the phone I've got these headphones and I use them on my Galaxy S5 and S7 Edge with no problems.


To be honest I haven't looked at DAC options. I was looking more at a USB external sound card. Such as the few creative models as that would have a dual purpose then. I'm really trying to persist with wanting to keep them and have been trying different band length to see if I had it adjusted wrong. I am holding out on trying to help them stretch a little overnight on a box or other item. I picked them up at £99 and know from watching the past 18 months and with inflation I doubt they will come up cheaper and it could be a year plus before even the same price again. Do you have the £15 ones and do you happen to have a light colour ? Only asking if they mark or discolour quickly. I may take the risk but likewise I may cut my losses and try again in the future when I can get pads headphones and a DAC. Would be disappointing but I'm struggling with comfort in the jaw and the top of the ear pressure/irritation after use. Thanks (y)


I did not see the lightning deal unfortunately. I still in 2 minds whether or not to get the hybrids or whether just to buy the 770s. Honestly the memory foam Brainwavz velour pads really do help, they are much much thicker and softer, I could wear my M50s all day. But as you say they are an additional £20 on top of the cost of the 'phones already. What DAC / Amp have you been looking at? The XDUOO XD-05 looks like a budget friendly decent one.

Audio Technica LP3 (What HiFi Award 2017) £179 @ Richer Sounds
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
One of the best sub £200 turntables on the market. To get anthing better it wont inlude a phono pre amp (as this does). What HiFi review 5/5 (2017)… Read more

Its big brother the LP-5 is also a fantastic deal at the moment, £260 if using the RS 'best price guarantee' as Superfi are also advertising it at £265. Mine should be here before Christmas.


I would go for a Pro-Ject and a discrete photo stage, as they offer a (limited) upgrade path that this doesnt; but it is hard to beat this for the combination of sound quality and user friendliness. One quibble, "Accessories" are optional extras, none of these meet that description, other than (perhaps), the lid; it is a bit like a car dealer advertising the engine, wheels and tyres as accessories.


Brilliant turntable, wouldn’t hesitate to recommend. Just wish it was this price when I bought it! (lol)

Audio Technica AT-LP60BT Bluetooth Belt-Drive Stereo Turntable With Free Delivery - £119 @ Groupon
Found 18th Dec 2017Found 18th Dec 2017
Time limited (not sure when up, not clear) - next chepest price I can find is £139.99 Cheapest price I have found for this LP60BT (bluetooth version of LP60). I have seen the USB … Read more

The USB version is currently 98.95 at richersounds (link below), but this deal is the cheapest for the Bluetooth version by £20. Though ofcourse would be better to go for the USB version of bluetooth not requried. LP60 USB version


Also avoid groupon unless you want around 10 routine emails a day


£109.99 in silver from amazon for usb version of lp60! Also offering prime delivery, which seems expensive as it wasn’t that long ago it was £99.99 on amazon


Thanks for the info. That said, this seams to be the cheapest good turntable that includes Bluetooth, so that might be the trade off. Though I would be interested to know if sending the audio over Bluetooth negates the benefits of a record player (i.e. lossless analog audio)? Would be good to hear the opinion of some audiophiles out there.


Looks good on paper but there seem to be lots of negative reviews regarding Bluetooth pairing. Buttons are also very flimsy apparently.

Audio Technica ATH-M50XGM Professional Monitor Headphones, Gun Metal £99 Amazon
Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
Includes hard case for headphones. Best price I've seen these headphones at (normally around £120). Only the gun metal style which is discounted. Very good headphones recommended … Read more
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younger siblings a bit crazy nothing reasonable i can do to keep em quiet. Still comparing these to the Sony MDR 1000x for example, also skill isnt it that the m50x is good at blocking all noise better then the mdr 1000x but constant noise mdr 1000x cancels out better as it can pick it up and produce anti waves. just wondering which should get keeping in mind these are 120 and sony mdr 100 x can be gotten 199 John Lewis or 189 from amazon though price as a seperate condition as noice destroying most important


More of a train commuter with a 3 hour round trip but lso will be used at home and having some youger siblings who like making noise hard to keep focused (although home not the best place ot be probably though anyway)


ya price range is double and its for a different purpose. But getting a pair of hd6xx at 190 £ after Vat, is amazing value for the headphones


Completely different price range at new... ?


nah, i managed to get hold of a sennheiser HD 6xx

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