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Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones
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I have two pairs of these headphones. I like that the bass response is clear but not boosted as I use these to listen to music over long periods of time. Its nice that they come with a 1/4in adapter. The cord is uber long and makes them great for plugging in a guitar amp's headphone output. It took a long time for me to break the first I bought and I had accidentally dropped them dozens of times. And what actually broke was the cable after it got stuck in a car door and yanked in two. The stereo image is a little weird as the speakers are angled toward your ears for comfort. I recommend these good sounding headphones that won't make your ears tired or feel scrunched for long periods of listening, or for using when practicing guitar/bass.
well i bought 2 of these headphones for my home studio and it works good so comfortable covering the ears tight the sound quality is good and load enoughbut i expected more quality from a brand like sony but to be fair the quality is great for the value.
I first saw this headphone on a catalogue. I bought it from a nearby Sony showroom. I bought this because i was expecting a good sound from sony, and its price which is low. I use a creative sound card on my computer, with many settings i tried, i could not get a good sound from this headphone. When i plug this on my philips tape deck, it sounds better which i would say (near average quality) playing through the deck. For the price to performance ratio, i would say OK for listening through a tapedeck. But i would recommend someone looking for a headphone to spend some more cash and buy a better headphone from another brand, don't harm your ears with low quality headphones. I probably will buy a better headphone soon. Take care of your ears people...
Sony usually makes great products...but...these are about as bad as some dollar store headphones. They have no bass, distorted highs, and are made of cheap bulky plastic. They are worthless for recording because the sound leaks out. I know "you get what you pay for", but, for a few bucks cheaper actually, you can get a pair of Sony MDR-V150's at Walmart. The same V-150's they have been selling for years that have far superior sound to these.
I bought these for my home recording studio and I am so pleased with the quality of sound that comes out of these bad boys. I figured I was going to get an "ok" product because the price is so cheap, but when I plugged them in, I was amazed. I definitely recommend them to anyone.
I received this today and just by the package they come in i could tell they are cheap! And they are... the built quality its awful! really cheap plastic that i know if you drop them they are done!... but the sound its good! it got a good bass response although a little unrealistic. I got some audio technica and the bass its more pronounce on this ones that on the AT... i say that if you plan on listening to mixes or just play around making beats they are good and affordable but for the studio i would recommend them cuz they break easily