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Sony MDR-NC500 Digital Noise Cancelling Headphones
These 'phones are incredible. I paid far more than the 179 that Play are selling these for and at that price you are getting Bose/Denon beating headphones. The noise cancelling element has made some recent longhaul flights very easy. I have read some negative reviews of these but I can't really see what people are complaining about. There is a comment I have noted that the Bass isn't ealistic enough. I am an audiphile and I can tell you the Bass handles perfectly. I have an eclectic music taste from bands like pearl Jam all the way to Massive Attack. The ultimate test is listening to Massive attack "angel" on these and you will not be dissapointed.
Price wise, 179 for a pair of headphones which I think are worth almost more than this. Build qualiy is second to one, I used my on some fairly rough terrain and dropped them a couple of times with no damage and no scratches! A very light and comfortable set of true digital 'phones for a great price.
In my humble opinion, you can't go wrong with these!
Sony MDRNC6 Noise Cancelling Headphones
Firstly, these headphones are the best I've ever had. They are amazing quality at a very reasonable price. I've paid lots of money for headphones in he past and these kick those in to touch. The battery is a nice touch and really useful to switch on the advanced noise cancelling on aircraft etc. I rate these.
Paul Temple And The Sullivan Mystery (BBC Full Cast Dramatisation)
I first heard this serial played out on Radio 4 and missed a few episodes so I was really happy to get this on Play.com under the 2 for £17 deal. The main bulk of the story takes place in Cairo and is reminiscent of the saturday morning matinees. The mystery involves so many different characters that you become immersed in trying to ascertain "who is Richard Sullivan?".
A must for any fan of Murder mystery