Product Type: Panasonic headphones
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Well Worth the Money
Panasonic RP-HT 225
Member Name: -michelle-
Panasonic RP-HT 225
Date: 15/03/12, updated on 15/03/12 (218 review reads)
Advantages: Comfortable, Crisp and Clear and Cheap
Disadvantages: None as yet
The previous headphones we had, were used for years and were excellent, cordless and never let us down, but alas they eventually lost the will to live and so had to be replaced. Now the idea of cordless was good but they needed to be plugged into the mains in order to work and this was a pain, not only taking up a plug socket with its bulky adapter like plug but there seemed to be wires all over the place as well. So what was the point, we didn't really need cordless anyway. So this time I went with corded headphones and so far have no regrets.
The Panasonic RP-HT 225 headphones are very comfortable to wear, all three of us have commented on how snug they fit and of course all our heads are different sizes, so this shows that these headphones will and do adjust to fit nicely. They are very light, not at all heavy on the head. With cushioned ear pods for extra comfort that fit over all our ears very comfortably. They have an adjustable plastic headband that holds the ear pods in place, the ear pods can be tilted in order to fit snugly on our heads. Situated about a metre or so down where the left and right headphone wires meet there is a volume adjuster then the two wires become one very generous 3 metre wire to which holds the part that plugs into our speakers. A little longer than the usual 2 metre wire that most headphones have got. This gives a bit more freedom to move around, but then on the other hand it does tend to get in the way sometimes being so long.
But all in all I am pleased with them. I wasn't expecting the world for £11.35 anyway. After saying that though I am pleasantly surprised with the performance of these headphones, sound quality is very good, very crisp and clear. Personally I couldn't hear any outside noise whilst wearing them and for those not wearing the headphones its good news as well, as nothing can be heard by anyone but the user while the user is wearing them. For saying they were quite cheap, they don't look cheap, in fact they look a lot more expensive than they were, they are dark grey in colour with black ear pods. If I didn't know better I would have guessed them to be double what they cost, if not more.
If you're after a nice comfortable set of headphones I can highly recommend these Panasonic RP - HT 225 headphones. They are well worth the money and I believe that this time I got a little bit more than I paid for from Argos and I'm really pleased about that. They look good, sound good, are comfortable and were cheap, reserved online and picked up the same day from our local Argos store for just £11.35 what more could you ask for from a set of headphones?
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Summary: Headphones that are worth what you pay for them
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