Shure is not my brand, yes you are correct on that. I don't like their way of "balanced-audio" somehow. As an aspiring audiophile, I'm more of an IEM guy. Used to have RHA T20i (click) back when it released. Then got Sennheiser ones (click) but then went mid-to-high end IEMs fairly quickly. I just couldn't be sold on Shure though. Currently I have an discontinued version of this IEM (click) back when that was $900 but I picked in end-of-line sale for $600 or something a few years ago. I use it for my pleasure listening, or with 4K video etc. But they are three or four years old now, so I may go custom IEM later this year, but for spending £1,000 and above I need to be on premise, to be sure that the thing is worth spending, so for now these universal fit will have to do. But for regular day-to-day/rough listening I went low-end, but again an RHA one (click) and RHA is a British name worth trusting, so as soon as they released MA650i the one with lightening connector, I jumped on it. Sadly this is no longer available either. Cans are not my thing, but Mrs likes it so I went for this one (click) a mid-ranged commercial product, as a gift for my Mrs, she wouldn't let go of these now lol. Again, thanks to a HUKD deal, I bought them for like £170 or something. :) All of above is not to throw facts on your face or to embarrass you, it's to politely tell you not to assume things about people or insult them, when it's just a small thing like not a deal etc. Thank you.
Agreed, it's not a deal when they've been around for years.
You're so easily offended, why do you bother arguing when you're wrong? The stats don't lie.
It's regularly this price, but it can drop further than just £5. They're supposed to be great though
clearly your not worthy of such headphones #POUNDLAD 4 U LOL