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^^^ Apart from other "problems", where does your post show any good deal in the EU? confused.gif

post #137 of 677

Denon AH C300 Urban Raver Earphones in the UK From Ebuyer  for £50.00.(The cheapest i have seen them)

 

Ebuyer have a good reputation in the UK so that doubt they are fake.

 

 

 

http://www.ebuyer.com/482398-denon-ah-c300-headphones-ah-c300

post #138 of 677

Ok, so that site is to be trusted? I'm not from the UK, but I didn't know it...

post #139 of 677

By all means buy them if you are curious, I have taken a chance.  There are no reviews on ebuyer for this product, and they are only available in the UK, at that price, from that store.  Didn't mean to confuse anybody with my rather long winded post; just putting the information I have gathered about them on here, for people to make their minds up about the purchase.

post #140 of 677
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Ok, so that site is to be trusted? I'm not from the UK, but I didn't know it...


Ebuyer are absolutely fine :)

post #141 of 677
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Ebuyer are absolutely fine :)

 

 

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By all means buy them if you are curious, I have taken a chance.  There are no reviews on ebuyer for this product, and they are only available in the UK, at that price, from that store.  Didn't mean to confuse anybody with my rather long winded post; just putting the information I have gathered about them on here, for people to make their minds up about the purchase.

 

 

Ok, I see. Thanks... But are those Denon's any good and their price a good deal, or what? biggrin.gif

post #142 of 677
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Ok, I see. Thanks... But are those Denon's any good and their price a good deal, or what? biggrin.gif

 

Tbh, I don't think so. They're basically bass cannons with questionable ergonomics. Reviews on Amazon Germany are anything but compelling.

post #143 of 677
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Tbh, I don't think so. They're basically bass cannons with questionable ergonomics. Reviews on Amazon Germany are anything but compelling.

 

Thanks... beerchug.gif

post #144 of 677

If they are genuine, then they are indeed a bargain, at less than £50, relative to their original retail price, closer to £180.  Many expensive headphones could be labelled as bass cannons.  If you are not a fan of bass, nothing is going to change your personal sound signature preference.  They are not marketed for the bass averse, analytical listener.

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Ok, I see. Thanks... But are those Denon's any good and their price a good deal, or what? biggrin.gif

They are decent and hence a bargain for that price. They were just too heavy for me.

post #146 of 677

i was offered the Yamaha EPH-100 for 73 euros the other day in madrid hifi at barquillo, madrid spain, the thing is that they are listed for 93 on the site.
 

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i was offered the Yamaha EPH-100 for 73 euros the other day in madrid hifi at barquillo, madrid spain, the thing is that they are listed for 93 on the site.

 

 

That's a bargain! 73 euro is the lowest price I've seen for the EPH-100. And they're totally worth it, as they're great IEMs...

post #148 of 677
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Ebuyer doesn´t seem to ship outside the UK, there is no option for other EU countries once you go to checkout. Just tried - was getting curious about trying a complete bass cannon with zero regard for linearity :)

post #149 of 677
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Ebuyer doesn´t seem to ship outside the UK, there is no option for other EU countries once you go to checkout. Just tried - was getting curious about trying a complete bass cannon with zero regard for linearity :)

 

 

Thanks for the info. I was about to try that myself, not that I was going to buy the Denon's, but to know if they'd ship in the EU just in case they make any other good deals in the future...

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