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post #16891 of 20137
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Originally Posted by Zojokkeli View Post
 

I paid 380€ for mine so I'd say it's a good price.

 

Seems fair to me given the retail price and Senn's push to fix pricing. 

post #16892 of 20137
What about $250 AUD? smily_headphones1.gif some people don't know the value of things ... rolleyes.gif
post #16893 of 20137

$250 AUD, I wish the regular prices were like that! Look at our stores selling them at 500+

post #16894 of 20137

AFAIK best price online for a Hd650 is at accessoryjack, $400 including shipping..

For Europe, Amazon France has periodic discounts, got mine from them for 240euros, last year..


Edited by FreudMan - 4/15/14 at 7:11am
post #16895 of 20137
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Originally Posted by Xtralglactic View Post

What about $250 AUD? smily_headphones1.gif some people don't know the value of things ... rolleyes.gif


Reminds me of the almost-new ESP950/E90 combo I almost jumped at on Craigslist last year for 350USD. Though I can understand why the price would be so low if you're only selling locally and live in a small town where you're unlikely to find a willing audiophile buyer, cheap cross-country shipping makes that nearly irrelevant.

post #16896 of 20137
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Originally Posted by FreudMan View Post
 

AFAIK best price online for a Hd650 is at accessoryjack, $400 including shipping..

For Europe, Amazon France has periodic discounts, got mine from them for 240euros, last year..

+1 I got mine at accessoryjack great service and registered the product (warranty) with sennheiser without a problem

post #16897 of 20137
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Originally Posted by Xtralglactic View Post

What about $250 AUD? smily_headphones1.gif some people don't know the value of things ... rolleyes.gif

 

Agree. Although I said $350 could be a good price for hd650, $250aud is ridiculously low. I dont think you can find it even in used ones.


Edited by cddc - 4/15/14 at 9:53am
post #16898 of 20137
@ UNIFi Gumtree is sometimes better value for money than head if! Lol! U know there's a can con in Sydney (Epping). On the 4th of May? I noticed you put your area as Newcastle...near enough...hehe!
post #16899 of 20137
@ssrock64. The person was apparently desperate to seek cause he was moving from Sydney to LA! But I must say the USA has generally lower prices than here so yous are lucky! wink.gif
post #16900 of 20137
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Originally Posted by UNIFi View Post
 

$250 AUD, I wish the regular prices were like that! Look at our stores selling them at 500+


Kogan? 379AUD.

post #16901 of 20137

Under 400 US shipped is good.

post #16902 of 20137

I currently have a old point to point design Cary 300 sei with grado rs1. I want some HD650... they really are that much better sounding. More full sounding, tons of detail, and nice n' relaxed. Purchases will be made! 

post #16903 of 20137
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Originally Posted by Rem0o View Post
 

Under 400 US shipped is good.

Under 400$ is a good price, but its no where to be found unless you can enlighten me,,, 

after searching for quite a while for a lowest  price the lowest is from Accessory Jack  and its 400$ and the only way the HD650 will be cheaper is on black friday or something special.

post #16904 of 20137

I will try to get to the convention next time it pops up. I'm going to be in Canada from the 26th to the 10th visiting my grandparents and cousins.

 

The Kogan price is decent. My BF owns the HD600 and I might implore him to try the HD650.

post #16905 of 20137

So how good of a deal would it be if I got the hd650 for $280? :k701smile:

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