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1. Factory-Reconditioned Uniden TRU-4485-2
$189.94 list($449.99)
2. Factory-Reconditioned Sennheiser
$105.00 list($269.99)
3. Factory-Reconditioned Sennheiser

1. Factory-Reconditioned Uniden TRU-4485-2 2.4 DSS Dual Handset Cordless Phone with Answering Machine and Speakerphone
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00009ZKW7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Uniden
Sales Rank: 20358
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

The sleekly designed Uniden TRU 4485-2 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum cordless phone optimizes your communications at home or in a small office with dual handsets, call transfer, caller ID, a digital answering system, and speaker phone, among many other features.

The second handset stores in a charging cradle and permits the transfer of calls between handsets in different locations and lets you note the handset status with an LED indicator. The caller ID displays menus in Spanish, English, and French (with service subscription for call waiting and caller ID). Also included is convenient dialing with dynamic caller ID memory and last-three-number redial.

Uniden digital technology ensures clarity and security with features to provide all the basic benefits you look for in a phone. The TRU 4485-2 uses microchip technology requiring no message tapes, and the speakerphone gives you hands-free freedom and flexibility. Set your preference with distinctive rings: four melody ringers and six ring tones. You can scroll through caller ID and memory while on a call. An indicating light lets you know when you have voicemail waiting. The phone comes ready for a headset with a built-in jack. The NiMH battery has a long life with 10 days on standby and six hours of talk time. ... Read more


  • Caller ID/call waiting, 100-call history
  • Factory reconditioned to like-new condition; includes 90-day warranty
  • 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum technology; digital answering system
  • Complete dual handset system with remote charger base
  • Dual keypad, speakerphone; 3-language menus

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Uniden will not repair this!
I purchased this phone and it was defective.Amazon has been great to work with.They offered to let me return it ... but I decided to send it back to Uniden to get it repaired.They made me pay to ship it back and then sent me a bill for the repair and the cost to ship it back to me.After 30 minutes on hold I was told they would pay to ship it back to me, but would not cover the cost since it was refurbished.I only sent the item back because their customer service department told me they would fix it.

I would NOT buy this or any Uniden product.Thank goodness Amazon is so easy to work with at least I'm not going to be stuck with a brand new phone that never worked. ... Read more

2. Factory-Reconditioned Sennheiser HD600 Over-Ear Open Dynamic Hi-Fi Professional Stereo Headphones
list price: $449.99
our price: $189.94
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Asin: B00079P73E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 1340
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Sennheiser seals its reputation as the classiest name in headphones with the stunning HD600, a stylish and high-tech headphone that's exquisitely pleasing to listen to and nearly as pleasing to wear. A near-perfect mating of art and science, the HD600 uses an open, over-ear design to eliminate unwanted resonances and optimally position its large, dynamic drivers just outside your ears--so they work more like miniature speakers than traditional in-ear or against-ear drivers.

Granted, all this comes at a pretty hefty price for a headphone. But the lightweight HD600 represents one hefty value. It so far outshines other headphones in sound quality, build quality, and comfort that despite its price it's still a strong value.

Of course, with a headphone like this and a name like Sennheiser, it's the sound you're really after. With stand-alone loudspeakers, the goal is generally to provide balanced sound across as much of the audible sound spectrum as possible (roughly 20 to 20,000 Hz). High-frequency reproduction is easier than low, simply because low-frequency reproduction requires a speaker to move so much air. Speakers capable of rendering deep bass usually use large speaker cones--8 inches or more in diameter--to help move the necessary volume of air.

Headphones, of course, are restricted in the sizes of the drivers they can use. Being so much closer to your ears, the amount of air they need to move to convey bass frequencies is much smaller, but still a challenge for what are basically tiny speaker cones. And anyone who's listened to a lot of headphones can tell you, there's almost always a tradeoff in what a headphone driver is capable of. Some produce balanced overall sound with little in the way of bass; others aim for bass at the expense of natural-sounding midrange and coloration-free treble.

The Sennheiser HD600, we're here to tell you, manages--through its extremely high-grade parts and exquisite engineering--to bring home truly full-range sound with remarkable timbral balance. Rich, deep, effortless bass grounds the listening experience while the headphone's airy midrange and treble help render everything from acoustic bass to soprano saxophone and electric guitars with a haunting degree of realism.

The HD600 doesn't offer the lush midrange favored by tube-amplifier enthusiasts--tube fans may find the headphone somewhat bright and maybe even strident in tone. But the rest of us will revel in the expanse of crystalline detail and snare-snappy dynamics.

The exceptionally natural quality of the HD600's overall sound bears reiteration, since so many headphones with "fat" or even "slamming" bass response deliver the low-end goods with a degree of emphasis that, while pleasing to bass aficionados, grossly distorts the frequency balance, limiting the range of music and recordings that will sound good on those headphones.

How does Sennheiser do it? Through computer-optimized magnets--critical to driver operation--that minimize harmonic and intermodulation distortion, granting the HD600 its uncanny clarity and spaciousness. Furthermore, the headphone's advanced diaphragm design eliminates standing waves in the diaphragm material, preventing unwanted emphasis at otherwise resonant frequencies.

As good as this headphone is, however, we don't recommend it to those seeking a stellar headphone for portable use. While this unit is capable of amazing sound, its best performance requires more amplifier power than most portable devices can muster. The HD600 owes its strength in part to its large drivers, which just can't be moved as easily as those in smaller headphones.

Furthermore, the HD600's open-ear design means that sounds pass easily into and out of these headphones, which would in all likelihood prove irritating to you and to those around you in libraries, on buses, and even at the office. These are only our suggestions, however; the fact is your MP3s will probably never sound better than when you're playing them over this headset.

We'll just leave you with one last suggestion, then: if you're after the best-sounding, most comfortable audiophile headphones you can buy at anything resembling a real-world price, look no further than Sennheiser's HD600. --Michael Mikesell


  • Natural timbral balance
  • Extremely detailed presentation
  • Excellent bass extension
  • Produces a spacious, wider-than-your-head soundstage
  • Terrifically comfortable


  • Slightly bright treble for some tastes
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  • Factory reconditioned to like-new condition; 2-year warranty
  • Lightweight aluminum voice coils ensure excellent transient response
  • Neodymium ferrous magnets maintain optimum sensitivity and excellent dynamics
  • Sophisticated design, elegantly finished in black and gray; high-quality open metal-mesh earpiece covers
  • Detachable, Kevlar-reinforced oxygen-free-copper cable with very low handling noise

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Deal -- Serious sound
Very clear across the spectrum, thrives on my Klipsch computer speakers' headphone amp, makes iPod tunes sound real good and I don't mind being wired to my work stations.Really marvellous sound.And for 56% off a helluva deal!

5-0 out of 5 stars How My Ears Could Live Without These!
I love to listen music everyday! When I come to school or work morning I usually listen music with stereo headpnones. My own headpones are cheap and not good. One day, I tried my friend Factory Reconditioned Sennheiser HD600 Over-the-Ear Open Hi-Fi Professional Stereo Headphones. I couldn't believe my ears! Sound was so excelent, real and pure! How they have ever succeeded to make so perfect headphones. Your engineers must be genious! These headphones are comfortably to wear and use! My friend who is a hifi-man also loves these and it means that these should almost best headphones what you can get.

5-0 out of 5 stars awesome
I was really excited to see these HD600s at $210, so much so that I didn't notice the "Reconditioned" part.Oh well.. aside from the a UPC sticker on the product's box with a "REFURBISHED" label on it, I can't tell these apart from new.These headphones are everything that the new ones are, which is to say that they're fantastic.They look good, are lightweight and amazingly comfortable, and above all, they sound awesome--worth every penny. ... Read more

3. Factory-Reconditioned Sennheiser HD590 Full Size Headphones
list price: $269.99
our price: $105.00
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Asin: B00079P72A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sennheiser
Sales Rank: 1343
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

The Sennheiser HD590 Prestige is a full-size headphone designed for high sonic performance. Audiophile-grade components, lightweight voice coils, Duofol membranes, an open-ear design, and a frequency response of 12 to 38,000 Hz add up to music that's stunningly alive--be it classical, jazz, or rock. In addition, the HD590 works beautifully with both home and personal stereos, offering deep, natural bass without the need for bass boost equalization.

The HD590 features large-surface Duofol diaphragms--special diaphragms consisting of two foils welded together to reduce standing waves (buildups at specific frequencies that unfavorably color the sound) to an absolute minimum. A new transducer orientation ensures better localization of sounds for a wide, spacious sound stage and generally natural sound reproduction.

A 10-foot OFC (oxygen-free copper) cord connects to the left earpiece only, reducing tangles and giving you room to roam. The 0.25-inch phone jack also comes with a miniplug adapter, making the HD 590 compatible with any size headphone jack. The HD590's innovative BioNetic headband is key to its amazingly light weight. This headphone is designed to adapt to the shape of your head, and the adjustable band rides on an airy, plastic cushion for added comfort.

The HD590 is a factory refurbished product, meaning it was returned to the manufacturer and restored to like-new condition. The product comes with a two-year warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the Box
HD590 headphones, 10-foot cord, miniplug adapter, user's manual. ... Read more


  • Factory reconditioned to like-new condition; 2-year warranty
  • Over-the-ear stereo headphones with open-ear design
  • 12 Hz to 28 kHz frequency response delivers deep, natural bass
  • 10-foot, single-sided oxygen-free copper cable improves signal transfer
  • Duofol membranes reduce partial harmonics to enhance sound stage

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Watch for amazon's $120 deals - they're an amazing bargain!
The Sennheiser HD590 is something of a bastard child among headphones. Disliked by audiophiles and passed over in favor of the newer HD555 and HD595, unheard of by consumers who flock to the terrible Bose Triports and Sony MDR-V700's, the HD590's have fallen out of favor with the audio community, in one way or another.

That is a shame. These are some damn fine phones. Amazon's occasional $120 deals on them are absolutely fantastic - you will not find better sounding headphones for this much money.

The HD590's offer a slightly bright, very detailed sound, with a very strong, punchy bass. Their mids are slightly recessed (i.e. quieter and more distant than the bass and treble), and it is for this reason that audiophiles bash them. I don't understand this, especially since the very same audiophiles praise the Beyerdynamic DT770's, which are much more recessed in the mids and brighter in the treble.

Their soundstage is very good. They are very three-dimensional sounding with the right recordings, portraying accurately the acoustic characteristics of the recording venue. If you have never heard hi-fi headphones before, you will be amazed at how these portray the spatial localization of each and every sound. They are also very detailed, especially in the treble. You will hear sounds in your recordings that you've never heard before.

These headphones can be driven by powerful sources without an amplifier, but portable devices such as iPods and portable CD players will be hard-pressed to drive them. I would recommend these headphones for home use with stationary audio systems. They will not truly come to life, however, until you add a headphone amplifier. There are many amplifiers available, and I will not list the multitude of different models here. This, perhaps, is their biggest drawback. They really do need a lot of power.

They're also very, very comfortable. They're light, they have a firm grip on your head, but because the pads are very cushy and deep, the grip never becomes bothersome. Instead, they just seem to disappear, like a pair of snug, comfy earmuffs. I've worn these for 10 hours straight, and I didn't notice that I have them on after 30 minutes. They're also very durable, even though they're largely built out of plastic.

The downsides? At $120, I really can't find any. At $150 or the regular asking price, I would say that they're a bit too bright and too recessed in the midrange, and there are other options which may be slightly better. But if you see one of Amazon's $120 deals pop up, grab these immediately! Your ears will not regret it.

Lastly, do keep in mind that these are open headphones. They will not isolate you from the outside world, and they will leak sound everywhere. People in the same room with you will definitely hear what you're playing. This isn't a downside of these headphones specifically, but a downside of open headphones in general.

I use these with my computer, in combination with a Chaintech AV-710 sound card, a 3' Kimber RCA-mini cable, and a Meier Audio Porta Corda Mk II headphone amplifier. All together, this makes for a very nice computer system. For serious listening, I prefer my Stax SR-4040 electrostatic system, but it's not really a fair comparison =D

Rating: A very solid 5 stars at $120. 4 stars at the retail price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing...
I've owned a pair of Grado SR-80's now for a few years.Over time however I've listened to them less and less due to the fact that after about and hour or two my ears are sore.For whatever reason I just haven't realized that there were alternatives out there so when I saw these reconditioned cans I pulled the trigger.The sound is amazing and I'm finding that with time they're sounding better.The high's are amazingly unobtrusive and the bass is..well..awesome.For the money I simply can't imagine anyone would find anything better anywhere.I now listen to music a lot more and am enjoying relistening to music that I had forgotten I enjoyed so much.Buy regreats.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Darn Good
Hey people, if you have any reservations about buying this product because it is reconditioned, worry not. I got mine the other day and there's absolutely no evidence of them ever having been used/touched in any way. And they sound real nice. I would give them 4.5 stars because they tend to get a bit bright when played at high volumes, but at normal (non-deafening) levels, they sound wonderful (Esp. with acoustic-type music). I've just come to expect god-like quality from any piece of audio equipment I purchase. They work pretty well with iPod too.... you just need to have the volume pretty high. Oh, and these suckers are VERY comfortable. Is there better out there? Maybe, but for (...), you can't really go wrong here (when purchasing an iPod, I listened to those (...) Bose triports they're trying to sell, and they sounded/felt like total (...) in comparison to the 590's). Hell, you can probably sell them for about the same price you pay here.So, if you've never heard a good stereo, give youself a treat and buy these, they're probably the cheapest way into high fidelity that I know of. Oh, and if you give these a try, you may want to give 'em a few days before you really judge them. Although I've always been skeptical of this "breaking in" of audio equipment, I seem to like the sound better a week after getting them (~40 hrs use). Who knows, maybe they're just "really growing on me," to quote the Darkness (Hey, what's a review without a Darkness quote anyways?). Enjoy.

5-0 out of 5 stars True Audiophile Phones
Sennheiser is known for audiophile headphones, and microphones. Their vintage mikes are true collectors items, and chances are that your favorite crooners were recorded with sennheiser mikes. The 590's are almost identical to the top of the line 600's. I own both the 590 and grado headphones, and IMHO the sennheisers blow away the grado. The high and mid range are especially transparent and natural sounding, the bass clean, tight and not overwhelming. Great all around choice. They are of lower efficency than cheap phones, so you need a relatively high ouput device or a separate headphone amplifier to realize their full potential. ... Read more

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