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    Basic Headphones

    Does anyone sell basic headphones anymore? I dont want attached Microphones or volume controls. I just need your basic headphone (not in ear).
    We have had ones with attached mics and the kids have broken them (sometimes not intentionally). Dont need volume control as its just something else to fiddle with.

    Anyone know where I can get basic headphones from? Tried Ebuyer, Misco, Amazon, Maplins - No joy.

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    CPC?

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    We just ordered a load from TLS (out getting lunch, i'll check later.)

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    We use Hills Components very good prices usually

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    we buy ours from Hills components
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    We use these A069 - -- - MONO EARPHONE | CPC Cheap as chips, hygienic and pretty robust. The leads go eventually,especially when chewed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meadowgirl View Post
    we buy ours from Hills components
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    Yep agree with them they are great

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    though the ones I stupidly posted above have mics-- they do do others......

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    I think I have found what I am looking for ;

    PSG02988 - PRO SIGNAL - LIGHTWEIGHT DIGITAL STEREO HEADPHONES | CPC

    Thanks everyone.

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    The very cheapest ones available tend to have quite fragile bands that break quickly. We've used these Logitech ones in the past which are a bit more but last longer. Still virtually disposable price and the volume control can be handy.
    Logitech OEM/Dialog-220 Headphone PC Stereo 3.5mm (980177-0000) - www.misco.co.uk

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    I think I have found what I am looking for ;

    PSG02988 - PRO SIGNAL - LIGHTWEIGHT DIGITAL STEREO HEADPHONES | CPC

    Thanks everyone.
    I don't want to put a downer on it but they need to be a disposable price because we bought some of these and some were broken on the first day of use.
    Last edited by laserblazer; 19th June 2013 at 01:12 PM.

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