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These KEF Wireless headphones features 40mm drivers w/ large 20mm neodymium magnet and lightweight CAW voice coil. You can make/receive calls w/ switchable on-board active cancellation (for ideal environment for savouring musical nuances). Includes a limited 1-Year Warranty (parts/labor) w/ purchase - Discombobulated

At the time of research, the KEF Porsche Design SpaceOne Wireless Headphones (Black) is $127.67 lower (45.98% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $277.66. - Discombobulated

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Sony WH-1000XM3 and Bose QuietComfort 35​ both have superior ANC. Reviews show they are uncomfortable for larger heads and not collapsible design for travel. They dont have a compatible app to adjust the EQ or ambient noise control like Sony or Bose. They sound great, but just dont offer all the same features as the 2 leading sets.
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Because there are a lot of headphones in this segment right now, including superior options from Sony and Bose, and these don't stand out in terms of quality or value. It comes down to whether you happen to have a preference for this particular brand or visual look.
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General rule, take any audio product with kef name over beats.

Kef speakers are excellent. I have multiple pairs and love them. Can't beat their coaxial design.

It mentions aluminum construction, hoping the entire band and yoke are aluminum. The sony's plastic headband worry me with reports of headbands breaking. I've had other headphones break in the reported way the sonys fail.
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Why no love? These are KEFs darn it!
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Because there are a lot of headphones in this segment right now, including superior options from Sony and Bose, and these don't stand out in terms of quality or value. It comes down to whether you happen to have a preference for this particular brand or visual look.
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Nice looking headphones!
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Why no love? These are KEFs darn it!
Sony WH-1000XM3 and Bose QuietComfort 35​ both have superior ANC. Reviews show they are uncomfortable for larger heads and not collapsible design for travel. They dont have a compatible app to adjust the EQ or ambient noise control like Sony or Bose. They sound great, but just dont offer all the same features as the 2 leading sets.
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These are also available for Shoprunner 2 day shipping. For under $150/shipped you'll be hard pressed to get a better pair of wireless ANC cans.
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Would these be worth for a friend who isnt all about the ANC and apps for sound? Their ideal headphone is below 200 and sounds good and a little bit of looks.
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Would these be worth for a friend who isnt all about the ANC and apps for sound? Their ideal headphone is below 200 and sounds good and a little bit of looks.
Absolutely. The ANC can be turned on or off as desired. An app for sound fairly is overrated, since you can download any number of free apps that include an EQ for tailoring the sound as desired. For the money, these SpaceOne cans are excellent.
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General rule, take any audio product with kef name over beats.

Kef speakers are excellent. I have multiple pairs and love them. Can't beat their coaxial design.

It mentions aluminum construction, hoping the entire band and yoke are aluminum. The sony's plastic headband worry me with reports of headbands breaking. I've had other headphones break in the reported way the sonys fail.
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Sony WH-1000XM3 and Bose QuietComfort 35​ both have superior ANC. Reviews show they are uncomfortable for larger heads and not collapsible design for travel. They dont have a compatible app to adjust the EQ or ambient noise control like Sony or Bose. They sound great, but just dont offer all the same features as the 2 leading sets.
The other thing they don't offer is a $300 price tag. And if other headphones need to be EQ'd, then how good are they?
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"Speaking of which, the noise cancellation here is pretty good. It isn't up there with market leaders such as the Bose QC35 II and Sony WH-1000XM2, but the Space One Wireless do a better job than the B&W PX and B&O Beoplay H9i, which don't really drown out noisy London Underground trains."

Source: https://www.trustedreviews.com/re...e-wireless

This rules these cans out for me --

" it seems like the Space Ones weren't designed for larger heads, as if yours falls into that category you'll definitely notice that they clamp down a bit too firmly on your ears."

Source: https://www.techradar.com/reviews...e-wireless


Again, good deal on a above average pair of BT ANC OTE headphones Big Grin
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The other thing they don't offer is a $300 price tag. And if other headphones need to be EQ'd, then how good are they?
If you dont want to pay a $300 price tag, you should try a website called slickdeals.net.

Sound is largely a personal preference. The point of having EQ adjusments is so everyone can adjust it to the sound profile that they find the best.
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Because there are a lot of headphones in this segment right now, including superior options from Sony and Bose, and these don't stand out in terms of quality or value. It comes down to whether you happen to have a preference for this particular brand or visual look.
Wow, repped for being about the most professional response I've read all month! Agree with you too.
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