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“I bought a pair of these headphones off an electronics...”

Written on: 11/12/2007 by darren mayner (1 review written)

Good Points
Can't think of any.

Bad Points
They break very easily (the first time I used them) and the manufacturer does not accept that they are defective and won't replace them they don't suppress noise as much as I expected.

General Comments
I bought a pair of these headphones off an electronics supplier's website (Digital Fusion) in August 2007 after reading some positive reviews. I bought them to use on a plane instead of the standard in-ear headphones I got with my Sony personal CD player. When I put them on I was surprised that I still had to turn the volume up to full to hear the music, despite them supposedly being noise can celling headphones. After a while I took them off to speak to a steward and when I tried to put them on again they broke...the knuckle joint that holds the ear piece to the head strap is made of plastic and snapped clean in half, rendering the headphones useless as the ear piece now hangs from the wire. Although this was the first time I had used the headphones and I had handled them carefully, the supplier and manufacturer have both refused to exchange them or refund my money. I cannot therefore recommend this product, the supplier or the manufacturer.

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