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Marley EM-DH003-PS TTR Noise Cancelling Over-Ear Headphones (Black) $62.66 AUD Del @ Amazon

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House of Marley EM-DH003-PS TTR Noise Cancelling Over-Ear Headphones for $62.66 AUD delivered (price taken from the xe.com currency converter which was converted from the $47.73 USD).

This is the black colour model. Also requires 2 x AAA batteries for the noise cancellation feature.

This model is going for in Australia for around $240 so that makes this deal a bargain. http://www.boombeats.com.au/house-of-marley-em-dh003-ps.html

Ultra soft & comfortable leather headband, premium leather ear cushions
Active noise-cancelling sound processor
Custom-engineered 40mm dynamic drivers
Integrated microphone with in-line three button remote control
Protective hard case for travel

Product Description
Color: Black
Marley TTR Destiny Collection over-ear headphones are truly an achievement. It's the culmination of natural materials and technology coming together to make beautiful music. Stainless steel, leather and a high-quality recycled aluminum blend to create a striking, sophisticated look. And the performance meets that look. With battery powered noise-cancelling headphones, it reproduces an intimate, authentic sound that lets you truly feel the music. It's an experience that will satisfy the soul.

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  • +1 vote

    got very excited about the active noise cancelling feature, then read the reviews about how it's quite dissapointing and I finaly removed it from cart. damn.

    Back to using my old Bose QC20's I suppose. Can't beat bose when it comes to ANC quality

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      yeah Bose rules ANC, I so want to buy a QC35 but should wait a bit till they come down in price ;)

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        LOL. keep waiting. Bose is like Apple in that they never do major discounts.

  • +1 vote

    natural materials and technology coming together …Stainless steel, leather and a high-quality recycled aluminum

    Da fak?

    • +2 votes

      natural materials and technology coming together

      Sounds romantic, doesn't it? Much kinkier and lewder than 50 Shades

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        Can't kinkier than Fanny Wang

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    is the Black one and the other color one the same model? I don't fancy the rasta coloured one, Black one is low key and I might just get one of those if they are the same

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      Yes the only difference between the black and that other silver model is the colours. They are both from the same TTR Desinty Collection model range. Black model is EM-DH003-PS which is in this deal and the silver is the EM-DH003-IO model. Both have the same specifications.

      I didn't like the silver model either, it's a bit 70's old school looking. I preferred the black model which is going for even cheaper.

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        it looks a bit strange though right? camelcamelcamel price history for the black model is very low while the silver one is consistently 200+, it's like they aren't the same model

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          Black is EM-DH003-PS model and the silver is EM-DH003-IO model as i said. Both models are designed to the same specs apart from the colours. It's probably because the black colour model is more popular.

  • +1 vote

    I got these earlier this year for slightly more. Great build quality but they are not as good as I hoped. Still great value.

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      For about $63 i guess you couldn't go too wrong.

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      Fully agree … got it from the last deal and I am not impressed. But good value for the price.
      They are open so the people around you will hear music and the noise cancelation is not really working in my opinion.

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        Noise cancellation is designed to cut outside noise from impacting on your headphone listening so you can't hear any one yelling at you while your're wearing the headphones. Noise cancellation doesn't mean that it stops people around you from hearing the music.

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          Yep … correct … but this headphone has the both of these things.The people around you will hear the music a bit and on top of that you will hear the people as the noise cancellation in not super effective. But as said for the price it is good value.

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    I have the black one. Soundwise, it's pretty good. However, the following may be deal breakers for some:

    1. These headphones are tight. If you have a big head, stay away from them.
    2. They leak sound. This is the biggest problem for me.
    3. They produce hissing. Not loud but you can hear it.
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      Hissing is quite common to the cheap low end noise cancellation devices. Its annoying and horrible thing to have and may as well not have noise cancellation.

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        These Marley TTR over-ear headphones are RRP $299 AUD so they are not low end cheap headphones.

        That slight hissing that's being spoken of could be background noise from a poor quality DAC (for example some DAC on mobile phones, tablet computers and most older computer onboard sound).

        I'm going to try mine when i get it on an ASRock Pure Sound 2 onboard sound (Realtek ALC 1150 DAC) on my motherboard and see how it sounds. It's got a 600 ohm headphone amp.

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          Ouch.. Not sure who'd pay 300 bucks Aussie for headphones selling for $29.95 USD on Amazon.

          Just was referring to some experience I had with previous really cheap "Noise Cancellation" phones. The buzz drove me insane.

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          @bchliu:

          Aussie retail is a rip off. Much better deals from overseas.

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      Nvm

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    Bought a pair when last on sale. Good sound but very tight and gave me a headache. Made for people with small heads. There is a hiss too when using them. Get what you pay for . Sold them on gumtree for $49 so that's the real price that someone will pay.

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    I was sold after reading the first review :(

  • +1 vote

    Sound quality is great, plenty of detail, enough base. They do work without noise cancelling on (you will see some reviews that says otherwise / they are not true), just that they sound a bit muffled without noise cancelling. Paid $75 and happy with them. Ideal for desktops, although they are sturdy, not ideal for travelling due to weight and size.

    • +1 vote

      Yes i'm finding that the audio quality is absolutely great too (plugged into a front audio out on a computer onboard Realtek ALC1150 audio, 115dB, 600ohm headphone amp). I'm finding it to sound 1000% better than the Monster Carbon gaming headphone that i was using. That one is relegated only for gaming now.

      They also come with 2 x GP AAA alkaline batteries to get you started with the noise cancellation feature. A very good buy for about $63.

      P.S. peoples these come as brand new retail boxed and sealed.

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        2 x Eneloops last about 15 hours on mine. As I mentioned, once the battery runs out, you can still listen to them but don't expect great sound quality without the noise cancelling. I agree, at this price point it is near impossible to find better build quality and detail.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah after playing around with the headphones a bit more i reckon that it's the best set of headphones that i've ever owned. Sounding brilliant even on my computer onboard sound (Asrock Purity Sound 2 powered by Realtek ALC 1150). As you said ideal for desktop computer use (ideal if the onboard sound or sound card has a headphone amp like the Realtek ALC 1150 does). Enough base and treble is really good. These Marley headphones are sweet.

      I don't experience any of this hiss sound that some one claimed but my onboard sound chip (Asrock 990FX Extreme6 motherboard) is highly EMI shielded so it doesn't produce any background noise. That hiss sound claimed is probably from a badly EMI shielded sound chip.

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    how do i go about ordering these. I added to my cart and they will not ship to Australia. Is a forwarder my only option? Who is the best?