[access-uk] Re: portible/travel headphones

Hi.

I can recommend the Sennheiser PX-100.  Here's a little detail followed by a 
link to Super Fi where you can find more information and buy.  I did hear 
though that they were £5 cheaper from Argos so you might want to shop 
around.

Sennheiser PX100

"If these don't make your MP3 player sound better, you need a new player".


What HiFi Sound & Vision Awards 2006
Best Portable Headphones under £50

"The PX-100s deliver class-leading detail, pace and bass reach. They also 
fold up compactly for easy storage".

The Sennheiser PX-100 is an open design with a balanced and very detailed 
sound, transparent treble and a fast precise response across all audio 
frequencies.
Their foldable design and handy carry case make them great for holidays or 
the daily commute.

SENNHEISER PX100 PORTABLE HEADPHONES (BLACK) SPECIFICATIONS
Frequency response (Hz):
15 - 27,000
Type:
Open back dynamic
Nominal impedance (ohms):
32
Ear coupling:
Supra-aural
Weight (kg):
.06
Lead and connector:
1.4 metre OFC cable with 3.5mm stereo minijack plug
Finish:
Black
Extra:
Metal joints, steel reinforced headband ends, foldable

2 years guarantee
Free UK Mainland Delivery, excluding Scottish Highlands - click for more 
info

http://www.superfi.co.uk/index.cfm/page/moreinfo.cfm/Product_ID/1355

Regards.

Kevin
E-mail: kevin.lloyd3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
----- Original Message ----- 
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Subject: [access-uk] portible/travel headphones


> Can anyone recommend ones they use with their mp3 player/laptop?
>
> I've been using in ear, noise cancelling for a number of years and I do 
> like
> them but they are awkward when using them on the computer as they 
> naturally
> make hearing the outside world difficult.
>
> I'd like something like a pair of zenhisers that fold and dont' have too 
> big
> of a wire or have a retractible wire, I'm looking for comfort, good audio
> response but handy enough to use in University/office.
>
> Ideas welcomed!
>
> Dj paddy
>
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