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ron g:

--- Quote from: gLer on October 31, 2021, 10:10:51 PM ---As a Sennheiser fan have you considered the Momentum Wireless 3? Great reviews, great ANC, great build quality, not exorbitantly priced.

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& apparently on special at digital experience at the moment:


https://www.digitalexperience.co.za/product/sennheiser-momentum-m3-ie-true-wireless-2-noise-cancelling-headphones/

gLer:
I meant the headphones, not the IEMs:

https://www.takealot.com/sennheiser-momentum-wireless-m3-aebt-xl-black/PLID70784288

SirAfroPanda:
Personally, I would go for the Sony's and call it done. While they may be more expensive than other Bluetooth headphones, they definitely make up for it in comfort and sound quality (at least to my ears). I tried a few cheap BT headphones and they were all cheap for a reason - subpar comfort, cheap feel and below-average sound. Not to mention some of these BT cans have connectivity issues at times if you go too cheap.

WhoIsJOB:
What about the B&W PX7 which are on special at a few online shops for R5199?

Seems like value to me - I don't own them, though - interested myself :)

LC:
Time for an update  :groovy: A friend, a non-audiophile, has a set of Skullcandy Hesh Evo cans. I used them for a while and really liked them. The sound was good, the fit comfortable and the bass was there. I saw a good deal on a pair of Skullcandy Cusher headphones and purchased a pair.

I have been listening to them for a while now and am very happy with them.
I am no longer looking for a good set of BT cans, thanks gents for all the input.  :thumbs:

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