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B&W PX7 Wireless Overear Headphones - £249.99 @ HiFix
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Posted 28th JanPosted 28th Jan
B&W PX7 Wireless Overear Headphones - £249.99 @ HiFix£249.99£27910% off Free P&P Free
- 5 star reviews from WhatHiFi (and many others) - you can use your laptop and mobile at the same time - active noise control but it has an "ambient" mode so that you can hear anno… Read more
Barry_Caleini

Had these, they are very recessed in the midrange. The app is limited with no EQ. I currently have the Sony XM4 and the Sennheiser Momentum 3. The Sennheiser are by far the superior product in build and sound IMHO.

samsun

I have these and love them. Bought the XM3s at the same time and preferred the sound and build of these. Anc maybe slightly better on the sonys but gave me sinus pressure, so easy decision overall to send them back

miffyl

They're Warehouse products

Majid_Afshar

I've had one of these for a year and I'll say they're ok. The cups do go inwards and the noise cancellation is brilliant. However, I think the wired equivalent produces better quality sound. Amazon has adjusted its price https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07WK5XT8T/ref=asc_df_B07WK5XT8T1611770400000/?tag=pjuk-marketplace-21&creative=22374&creativeASIN=B07WK5XT8T&linkCode=df0&smid=ALYIPOUNEJ1HZ

Bowers and Wilkins PX7 Wireless Over Ear Headphones - £229 @ HiFix
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Posted 18th Oct 2020Posted 18th Oct 2020
Bowers and Wilkins PX7 Wireless Over Ear Headphones - £229 @ HiFix£229£35035% off Free P&P Free
Really good price for the latest model of B&W head phones. Currently retails for £350 on the official site and is even cheaper than on Amazon. Reviews: https://www.youtube.c… Read more
sneakybifta

Tried these and swapped to the Sony XM3s, found them much comfier and worth having the LDAC codec support if you've got an Android phone.

Sallos19

Hey @k.tran great first deal! Thanks for posting (y)

GaryStoke

As I said, it's all about personal preference. I have owned these for months and listen to all kinds of different music which I adjust with an equaliser to suit my taste and they are excellent. You will good and bad reviews for all products but generally the PX7s get great reviews which are deserved. Wether you buy them or not is totally your choice.

Greens1000

I've had the sonys and these. In my opinion the sound quality of these is superior but the sonys are definitely more comfortable and fold better. I couldn't tell much difference between ANC but sony probably a bit better if I was pushed to decide but these are certainly good enough.

darkclouds

really I’ve found a forum where they say the same thing about the px7’s https://www.head-fi.org/threads/bowers-wilkins-px7-noise-cancelling-over-ear-headphones.915539/page-102

Bose® Companion® 2 Series III Multimedia System £82 @ HiFix
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Posted 7th Nov 2019Posted 7th Nov 2019
Bose® Companion® 2 Series III Multimedia System £82 @ HiFix£82£89.959% off
seems decent price for such good quality speakers. recently saw these for a similar price on Amazon EU. However, for the convenience of dealing with the UK Amazon, thought people m… Read more
computerguysion

yeah makes sense

TomBoyNI

They were £50 on Amazon ES earlier. I’d imagine that’s why it is so chilly in here.

computerguysion

yeah they may be cheaper on EU Amazon's, but i know that some people are skeptical about buying from European stores so with that in mind, this is the cheapest i could find.

darthvader666uk

I got these in December 2017 for £60 and they are cracking speakers for the PC. Im sure they should have dropped by now?

Arcam rBlink for £139.90 or Arcam MiniBlink £79 - free next day P&P @ Hi-Fi Excellence Ltd
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Posted 11th Apr 2019Posted 11th Apr 2019
Arcam rBlink for £139.90 or Arcam MiniBlink £79 - free next day P&P @ Hi-Fi Excellence Ltd
Streaming high quality music from your favourite mobile device is now easy with the rBlink or MiniBlink Bluetooth audio converter. Arcam rBlink was £169, now £139.90 Eng… Read more
TopTrump

I haven't personally tried this unit, but the write ups for either of the Arcam units seem to indicate a typical high quality and pleasing sound that Arcam built their reputation on. MiniBlink is more for your compact hifi system setup, the rBlink aimed more at the appreciative HiFi enthusiast. (They also do the Arcam irDAC II DAC (RRP of ~£400 but currently £275 at Richer Sounds) which swaps the Burr Brown for an ESS ES9016 Sabre DAC, plus handles multiple inputs.) I purchased Arcam's rDock for the iPod Classic way back when, and plugging it into the HiFi you wouldn't know it was an iPod creating all those fabulous sounds. I'm sure it's a similar story with the DAC the rBlink has at the heart of it design (Burr Brown PCM5102 24bit DAC) As you say, AptX takes care of the Bluetooth transmission, ensuring your compatible device and the rBlink communicate with minimal latency. Then all those zeros and ones are fed to the onboard DAC which then does the hard work of decoding your music. If you've already got a DAC of your own, then this rBlink or MiniBlink isn't for you.

tomlewis007

I'm not an audiophile at all but the bottleneck on these Bluetooth receivers is the transmission codec right? In this case AptX if your phone supports it? Does the quality of the DAC help at all? you can get aptx receivers a fair bit cheaper?

Pioneer XC 86 - £299.95 @ HiFix
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Posted 8th Mar 2019Posted 8th Mar 2019
Pioneer XC 86 - £299.95 @ HiFix£299.95£39925% off
I thought this was a good deal, what do you all think? Its all singing and all dancing stereo CD with Wireless streaming capability
Jay20VT

Oh yeh!! Sorry the N30 does not but the one i posted does.. duh!! 😘🤐

TheWorthinger

The pioneer N30AE does not have a cd player.

Jay20VT

It does have a CD player chap

Jay20VT

Thanks guys my bad!

Danze1984

Would rather have the Marantz CR611

Bose QC35 II Noise Cancelling Headphones £269.99 inc P&P @ Hifix
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Posted 16th Mar 2018Posted 16th Mar 2018
Bose QC35 II Noise Cancelling Headphones £269.99 inc P&P @ Hifix£269.99£329.9518% off
Cheapest UK price I've seen if anyone is in the market for these. Never used this site before, however they are UK based.
Jace_Phoenix

Everything here is opinion, yours clearly differs. You claim Bose is better in every category, and then accuse me of giving false information?? :D :D You talk of build quality and my Bose cans fell apart :D Anyway not just my opinion pal, you can hear the NC difference here. And not sure how you can claim that Bose sounds better when they don't even support the high definition sound codecs... :/

DirkDiggler

That’s you opinion and many disagree,don’t come here give false information to people. Sony 1000XM2 is not better than QC35 II. Bose is much more comfortable,and sound better,designed better and has better NC. Sony is only relying on gimmicks lime touch controlls and codecs that are useless in streaming era.also Sony has appalling customer service and usually poor built quality.

medicalfonso

this or the sony wh1000xm2?

Jace_Phoenix

Yeah mixed it up with LDAC :D

tempt

I made the request online and they accepted it giving me a case number. I then ordered at full price and contacted them later with the reference number to get the difference refunded. Worth the hassle for JL’s 2 year warranty.

Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Around Ear Wireless Headphones £339 @ HIFIX
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Posted 27th Nov 2016Posted 27th Nov 2016
Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Around Ear Wireless Headphones £339 @ HIFIX£339
Best deal I could find for these particular headphones this weekend. I've not used the retailer but they have a very positive Reevoo score. Google certified too.
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tdodd

These were £230 from amazon.es on a lightening deal a couple of days ago. My set arrived this evening. £339 is cheaper than most UK sellers, but not much of a deal in the great scheme of things. So far I'm underwhelmed by them. Maybe it's my source material and equipment, but the sound is nothing to get excited about and the noise cancelling feature does not seem that great. It injects white noise, which does not vary with volume setting, and you can still hold a conversation with someone whilst wearing the phones with it active. I was expecting far more for the price.

TALON1973

how much ??? lol . a pair of hd650 are cheaper and Miles better

Monitor Audio Gold 300 Speakers all finishes Ex display models £1795 @ Hifix
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Posted 22nd Oct 2016Posted 22nd Oct 2016
Monitor Audio Gold 300 Speakers all finishes Ex display models £1795 @ Hifix£1,795
RRP £3000 The Monitor Audio Gold 300 Speakers are an impressive and dynamic sound producing speaker. Specifically engineered by experts at Monitor Audio, these high-end speakers gi… Read more
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muckspreader1

​Probably still lives at home with his mum and cycles to work and watches repeats of Geordie shore.Never argue with a fool you'll soon be let down.As for anyone paying this for speakers I say go for it.When you've heard a decent set you'll then understand the true meaning of being a music lover.Monitor audio stuff is great.

powerbrick

Err, well it's not, since Bentley is manufacturer of a car whereas Fiesta is a model of car.

floppydesk

OFF TOPIC: Im using 4 x MONITOR AUDIO CONCEPT MX1200 600 watt 4 way speakers myself in a 7.2 home cinema setup with 2 x Custom 300 watt Subs and 3 x 200 watt custom built 3 way speakers. you can hear the quality compared to the cheaper makes. audiophiles will spend the ££££s for the best sounds.

kester76

Makes me chuckle a bit to be honest. Most people spend this on a PC that lasts about a 6-7 years whilst you could keep these for 20 years plus. Myself would dump the cash into a really good sub and some lower power speakers.

rev6

Bet they sound great though with or without one :D

Quad Lite Plus 5.1 speaker package £549 down from £1199 ! HiFiX
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Posted 11th Jun 2016Posted 11th Jun 2016
Quad Lite Plus 5.1 speaker package £549 down from £1199 ! HiFiX£549
"Hi Fi Cost Savers are mainly end of line products and negotiated direct with manufacturers with special deals and bulk buying forcing prices down and passing on heavily discounted… Read more
GwanGy

grammatical error "once they're gone, there gone" maybe thats why its cold? (_;)

justonemorepie

Have some heat. The cold voters probably believe that the sound from the £50 sound bar they have is amazing. :D

hr08

Agreed with above totally.

Thoughtful

I wish when people voted cold they gave a reason for doing so. If you can find this at a better price then tell us all, if you can't then why is it a poor deal ?

QED quinex usb-p A to B interconnect 1m\3m £10 @ HiFix
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Posted 16th Apr 2016Posted 16th Apr 2016
QED quinex usb-p A to B interconnect 1m\3m £10 @ HiFix£10
In store only. Great HiFi shop in Coventry were selling this well made USB cable at 1m or 3m lengths for £10. Appreciate this is only local and people will make comments about cab… Read more
deleted1450021

+1, but not at this price. Printer cost 20 quid and came with one.

pedant99

​+1

pedant99

​all the time!

srp111

my printer uses one :D

rev6

Devices still use it. Midi controllers, some DAC's, etc.

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