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Buying headphones advice.


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I was looking at a new set of bluetooth headphones as the ones i have are ok but you can hear the music bleed through so people can hear it.

Only want to go max of £50

Option of bluetooth and 3.5jack plug if battery fails over time or flat.

No sound leakage through so others cant hear the music or very very low if on high volume,also not in ear ones but the on the ear ones.

Removable battery but not a major thing as i have seen a few of these now which seems a great idea,if there bulky it aint a problem as used in the house only.

Looking at amazon where there seems some great deals on prime didn't know there was ''over ear'' and ''on ear'' so over ear would get less sound leakage.

cheers.

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i know its way above your budget but i have Bose SoundLink Around-Ear bluetooth Headphones they are £200 but are 100% worth it minimal sound bleed at high, very comfy, removable battery/bluetooth pack, and comes with a 1M long Aux cord, they have brill high quality sound, iv had them for 3-4 years

may be worth saving as i think you'd struggle to fine a good quality set for £50

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6 hours ago, AlexBartlam said:

i know its way above your budget but i have Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Bluetooth Headphones they are £200 but are 100% worth it minimal sound bleed at high, very comfy, removable battery/bluetooth pack, and comes with a 1M long Aux cord, they have brill high quality sound, iv had them for 3-4 years

may be worth saving as i think you'd struggle to fine a good quality set for £50

I did look at the Bose ones but its only mainly for t.v/internet so nothing that needs that A1 sound quality,going to try some off amazon and £40 so not

expecting amazing stuff but good reviews,there bluetooth and 15 hours play and with cable if needed and the reviews say by a few minimal sound bleed and crisp base.

The Bose make speaks for itself as i have had a few stuff made by them and a different class.

When i have mine on now my 89 year old dad says he can hear them and only on a lowish volume,be used for t.v/iPad/laptop like YouTube.

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Had these cheap Headphones off amazon and i would say o.k,fits over the ear and no or very very little on a good volume on the music sound bleed.

Base is good but better Quality on the sound on the lead but still good enough on bluetooth for say t.v or laptop/Tablet for youtube say,if say i was going

high end stuff like top MP3 Quality or c.d on good tracks then i would say 50/50 but for £38 and free delivery and no music leakage and long play back

its a pass for me,wish Sony smart t.v's would let you pair headphones like Samsung/Apple/Microsoft laptop does.dam Sony.

 

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