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Betron DC950 Headphones Earphones, Noise Isolating, Bass Driven, High Definition In Ear Canal, Tangle free, Replaceable Earbuds for or iPhone, iPod, iPad, MP3 Players, Samsung, Nokia, HTC Black
Betron DC950 Headphones Earphones, Noise Isolating, Bass Driven, High Definition In Ear Canal, Tangle free, Replaceable Earbuds for or iPhone, iPod, iPad, MP3 Players, Samsung, Nokia, HTC Black
Offered by Betron Limited ( VAT Registered)
Price: £29.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Comfortable to wear, 28 April 2015
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Bought to replace a pair thought lost (now found), and have become my main pair of earphones. Much nicer response than expected in the low end, suffers slightly in the midrange but not major. Comfortable to wear, not too heavy. Would recommend, especially for the price.


Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 (Discontinued)
Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 (Discontinued)

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic headset, 13 Mar. 2011
I can't stress how amazing these headphones are, before I start nit-picking below. They sound amazing, the battery life is fantastic, the mic works well, the G keys (mostly) and volume are easy to use and sensible.

One thing to note, the headphone buttons/volume might not work if you unplug them while on. This just requires a quick off and on again of the headset, nothing major.

Criticisms are all minor, but worth noting: I have some problems wearing them for long periods due to my glasses, on the lower head sizes they do press quite firmly against the head.
The G keys are nice when they work and for the packaged keybindings, its unobtrusive and doesn't require any setting up. However, its not easy at all to add different programs, and a small 'How to write a DLL' tutorial would have been nice at the least. (This still by default contains Itunes, Windows media player and Ventrilo among others, so all major programs)
The bass from the headphones is rather disappointing if you keep them in stereo mode, this is offset by it becoming fantastic as soon as you flick it to 7.1 again.

Overall, despite me listing problems with it, they are mostly minor or easily fixed, and I still absolutely love the set, being able to take skype calls around the house with me is fantastic.


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