Written on: 17/01/2013
I killed an old pair of cheap technics headphones by rough treatment, so I thought I would do a little research and get something halfway decent. Sennheiser seemed to be the brand many were raving about at the time. I spent £60 on a pair of HD 465. I thought at first I hadn't plugged them in fully the sound quality was so poor. Maybe my PC sound card? X-fi - No. So I out them in a corner and bought the first paid of technics at half the price. Happy. I don't like my headphone volume loud… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2012 by tottie (1 review written)
If you want some comfortable and good sounding headphones, then these are ideal. They can be worn for hours, and while they aren't as good as some expensive £100 phones, they are perfectly ok, with a balanced sound. I've had phones in the past, Sony and Sennheiser, which were nowhere near as good to wear, although they sounded a bit better, but I then didn't use them that much. These phones are circum-aural, and actually go around the ears, not just sit on top, and are well padded, with a long… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/03/2011
These F350's are excellent headphones. they deliver rich, mid-range frequencies beautifully, the high-ends aren't quite as refined as one would hope for, and the bass range lacks a bit of emphasis too.
in all, for £40 headphones, i think they're really really good, but there's certainly much better out there (ie, Sony's XB-300's or XB-500's)
think i shall stick to my £120 Sony XB-700's though. there's nothing out there that'll match 'em. now £100 from the Sony Centre, you're guaranteed… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/02/2011
Being a sound engineer, and been through the best and worst of headphones. The Panasonic RP-350 I find are great value for money, great sound,really comfortable, and a long lead so you dont have to sit on top of your HiFi or TV. Granted they,re not going to last long if you're pretty rough with them, but im from that age where pennies were worth money. Great style and sit so comfortable after long periods of time. You can pick these up from £14.29 including delivery if you shop around, its the… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2010
I have to say that these are terrible headphones. Beyond poor. They are tinny, sibilant, thrashy, not very comfortable and built extremely cheaply, even for the cheapish price tag.
To my ears, the sound best compares with the cheap, nasty, generic earphones that come bundled with most mobile phoes or MP3 players these days.
For a similar price, Superlux HD668B knock the stuffing out of them, and are upgradable with better earpads from the AKG range.
Avoid!… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/07/2009
Great sound, great price, just what you want to sit back at home on the sofa or at the PC chilling to your most love tunes, base and treble are most generous, The colour and design is what attracted me to them as they have certain retro touch that i found to be the image that suited me, The only thing i did not like was that fact that i did not get a pair of Technics 350 any sooner, as i got them 2nd hand i did not know what they would sound like so it was a gamble that paid off, some folk may… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/04/2009
i think Technics RP-F 350 are good, nice, comfortable, loud, good sound, long lead… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/08/2008
When I first got these headphones I was expecting good Quality as my last £20 Technics Headphones was very good. When I tried them on I was impressed with the comfort these headphones provide but when it came to listening to music I was shocked because there was too much treble, little mid and absolutely no bass at all. My apple earphones produce better clarity and a more balenced sound than these, save your money and read What HIFI mag on recommended headphones… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/05/2008 by Logan J (1 review written)
Technics RP-F 350 review - For a £30 pair of headphones, I was expecting a clear balanced sound with good stereo separation. I was very underwhelmed. Being a producer, a good sound is very important to me and the headphones should not add or remove anything to the sound (like the Sennheiser CX-300's which is excellent). This pair overemphasized the treble to the point of annoyance, the mids were average and the bass was weak and easily distorted. I'm going back to using the £20 Technics… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/04/2008
Sounds like a mess, too loud, great bass, but no details. Bad value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/03/2008
sound quality size comfortable absolutely fantastic utter best buy… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/12/2007
These are very poor headphones, the high end is WAY to loud and lacks clarity.
I'm taking mine back to the shop asap… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/07/2006 by triedalot (32 reviews written)
These headphones, at about £30 from Argos, deliver excellent sound for hi fi listening. The treble is detailed but not over emphasised, mid range is clear and bass is deep but controlled. My best description of the sound would be 'smooth'. They are large and comfortable with fabric ear pads and have a suitably long (3 metre) cable which comes with a 3.5mm stereo jack plus a converter for the larger 5mm(?) jack socket on most hi fi equipment. Only negative point is their lack of sensitivity -… Read Full Review
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