“These iems are better than some entry levels (Shure 215/ hifiman RE0/ RE 400/ Sennheiser CX300) with a wider soundstage due to the 13mm dynamic driver , however need serious burn in for at least 50 hours to shine , lack sub bass and treble , perfect with vocals (Norah Jones / Yael Naim/ Celine Dion), not so convincing with classical music even at 24/96, bass not punchy enough for electronic...” --francopro
“ Along with the summary below, I have a review thread comparing the Sony 7550, EX1000, XBA-4 and XBA-40 here: http://www.head-fi.org/t/608553/review-comparison-two-flagships-pass-in-the-night-sony-xba-4-review-vs-the-mdr-ex1000-updated-with-7550-and-xba-40 I also have a comparison review on youtube of the 7550 vs EX1000. If you like the video check out my channel for more reviews...” --a_recording
“This is my best headphone for all around genres, it does everything right, is very comfortable and is worth $200 easy imo. Very good for modern music, if you want huge bass and soundstage I recommend something like the XB90EX but for all around music and balance and clarity, these are it. ” --kevms89
“ It's sadly discontinued now, and i couldn't really find a Sony alternative at this price and value. It looks good, the housing is made of strong high quality plastic and metal, sounds good and forgiving, and is comfortable with decent isolation. Mine doesn't work anymore. To make the J-cable, Sony took 3 separate cables, each different in length and soldered them...” --dantelectro
Sony's MDR-E11LP Ear-Bud Headphones features 13.5mm driver units, Neodymium Magnets for powerful bass and clear treble sound. With super light in the ear design fits snuggly yet comfortably. Available in various colors so you can match with your player, your clothes, or your mood!
Lateral in the ear headphones