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[Dollarama] Noise isolation headphones with builti-in mic

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[Dollarama] Noise isolation headphones with builti-in mic

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$4
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Saw this at my local Dollarama it's by DJ Skin. Says professional but not quite sure how true that is but it comes with a built in Mic.


Edit: edited title


Hot or not either way enjoy.
6 units @Bridlewood Mall.



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Last edited by OrangeBerry on Jul 22nd, 2018 4:59 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Not bad for $4, obv I wouldn't expect great sound quality, but they do look like they could be decent.

Note to OP: Noise isolation and cancellation are two different things, would suggest you update the title. These are isolation.
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Title is misleading. Noise cancellation is not the same thing as noise isolation ? See link
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sylvestor2002 wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2018 10:34 am
Title is misleading. Noise cancellation is not the same thing as noise isolation ? See link
Fixed
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Don't know why getting downvoted.
40mm Unit, 32ohm impedance, sleek design, mic,
plus: multi-angle photos, detailed stock info

Someone please buy one and do a review, comparing to other $4 and $40 headphones
Be nice to people k?

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EdwardGamma wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2018 12:03 pm
Don't know why getting downvoted.
40mm Unit, 32ohm impedance, sleek design, mic,
plus: multi-angle photos, detailed stock info

Someone please buy one and do a review, comparing to other $4 and $40 headphones
I bought one back in December from Dollarama
I'm not huge on music and don't usually spend much but it's pretty good quality.
Sound is good, outside noise gets sorta muffled, also pretty light. Probably sturdy since I've fell asleep on it a few times. Leather or fabric hasn't really ripped off yet unlike my $40 ones after certain time.
Only complaints are that my ear gets pretty squished and that the mic is not compatible with my desktop. I think the mic works on laptops, never had to use it so...
Also works great with Pixel 2.
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EdwardGamma wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2018 12:03 pm
Don't know why getting downvoted.
40mm Unit, 32ohm impedance, sleek design, mic,
plus: multi-angle photos, detailed stock info

Someone please buy one and do a review, comparing to other $4 and $40 headphones
you are getting downvote because you made a mistake, You posted that something that is usually $150+ is only $4 and although its definitely too good to be true, RFD's get butthurt pretty quick. I knew right away its not active noise cancelation, but even though its good deal for headphones with a mic, RFD's are less forgiven. They are the elite, and expect you to be up their standards. I would just let it go, personally i am going to thank you for posting a good deal, Keep up the great work and keep this community great!
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This product has the dollarama logo and price printed from the factory on the packaging, so it is very likely some crap product built to Dolarama's lowest specifications by some 3rd rate factory.
Only if it is a good brand-name, with a dollarama sticker applied on top, then it means that Dollarama bought some wholesale close-out lot of good quality merchandise, and only then $4 is a good price at Dollarama.
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ahoroba wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2018 1:30 pm
This product has the dollarama logo and price printed from the factory on the packaging, so it is very likely some crap product built to Dolarama's lowest specifications by some 3rd rate factory.
Only if it is a good brand-name, with a dollarama sticker applied on top, then it means that Dollarama bought some wholesale close-out lot of good quality merchandise, and only then $4 is a good price at Dollarama.
Yeah I tend to go by this method also. Its usually the case.
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meatwagon wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2018 1:05 pm
you are getting downvote because you made a mistake, You posted that something that is usually $150+ is only $4 and although its definitely too good to be true, RFD's get butthurt pretty quick. I knew right away its not active noise cancelation, but even though its good deal for headphones with a mic, RFD's are less forgiven. They are the elite, and expect you to be up their standards. I would just let it go, personally i am going to thank you for posting a good deal, Keep up the great work and keep this community great!
I'm the OP and I think he meant me. I think it was due to the misleading title which I fixed. I think it was worth a shot posting it and based on someones review that had it for a year it's safe to say it's a decent deal for $4.
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Probably better than those $24 headphones I bought a couple weeks ago from Newegg.
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meatwagon wrote:
Jul 22nd, 2018 1:05 pm
you are getting downvote because you made a mistake, You posted that something that is usually $150+ is only $4 and although its definitely too good to be true, RFD's get butthurt pretty quick. I knew right away its not active noise cancelation, but even though its good deal for headphones with a mic, RFD's are less forgiven. They are the elite, and expect you to be up their standards. I would just let it go, personally i am going to thank you for posting a good deal, Keep up the great work and keep this community great!
Do you use "you" all the time?
Be nice to people k?

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