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  Reply # 1950487 2-Feb-2018 08:38
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Sheesh. We got diddled at $419 @sbiddle

That is a great price.




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  Reply # 1950495 2-Feb-2018 08:43
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They are $348 on Amazon but in USD. $349 NZD is pretty sharp price. 


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  Reply # 1950501 2-Feb-2018 08:51
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Great price, but not significantly better than the MRD-1000 that I've already got to justify me buying them. 


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  Reply # 1950520 2-Feb-2018 09:16
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I don't think I can resist any longer. Especially given the talk of the next Xperia flagship not having a 3.5mm socket.

Thanks!

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  Reply # 1950534 2-Feb-2018 09:27
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Having Bluetooth is amazing and not having to plug in all the time. Did you hassle Steve about getting these Scott? ;-)





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  Reply # 1950539 2-Feb-2018 09:32
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hairy1:

Having Bluetooth is amazing and not having to plug in all the time. Did you hassle Steve about getting these Scott? ;-)



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  Reply # 1950785 2-Feb-2018 15:52
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I have no use for these, not being an audiophile and already having a couple of sets of wireless headphones (one FM, one Bluetooth), but even I am tempted at that price despite my spendthrift DNA. Och aye.


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The bargain was too good to refuse for me. Thanks.

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  Reply # 1950814 2-Feb-2018 16:46
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Welcome to the club @scottjpalmer. @sbiddle and myself welcome you with open arms (because there are no cords to get tangled up in!)





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  Reply # 1950815 2-Feb-2018 16:47
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Hah yeah thanks!

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  Reply # 1951600 4-Feb-2018 20:58
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Thanks for the alert, picked some up on Friday. Very happy!


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  Reply # 1951741 5-Feb-2018 09:15
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I got mine from Amazon on release day last year and couldn't be happier with its quality

 

And I paid US$348!!! (plus shipping and import duty...)


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  Reply # 1951767 5-Feb-2018 09:22
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Dammit you guys.......

 

I currently have  MDR100ABN but might need to look at xm2's today.

 

If i buy them then it's totally geekzones fault :P


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  Reply # 1951832 5-Feb-2018 10:18
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Usd $298 on Amazon




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  Reply # 1951869 5-Feb-2018 10:55
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Dammit you guys.......

 

I currently have  MDR100ABN but might need to look at xm2's today.

 

If i buy them then it's totally geekzones fault :P

 

 

Isn't that what we are here for? haha

 

 

 

BlinkyBill: Usd $298 on Amazon

 

Hence I like supporting local business, when they have good deals on.


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