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Sony MDR-EX71SLA Fontopia Bud-Style Headphones with Case (Black)

Sony MDR-EX71SLA Fontopia Bud-Style Headphones with Case (Black)

“I've had these for years and years. I don't even remember for how long. I think it's been 6 or 8 years. Bought them on the high street for 20 quid. They came with a "case" that just a tiny piece of plastic to hold the buds. The case went in the bin. They also came with three pairs of buds in different sizes. The middle set fitted me well and are comfortable. The cable has never been prone to...” --raacampbell

100% Positive Reviews
Sony Mdrnc22/Blk Noise Canceling Headphone (Black)

Sony Mdrnc22/Blk Noise Canceling Headphone (Black)

“ These were actually supplied with a Sony X-Series Walkman, which has built in cancelling. The headphones themselves have little mics on the back, and this is fed to the Walkman using an ordinary headset plug like you'd expect a handsfree kit to have. To be honest I've never found the noise cancelling feature to be useful, and even if I did, any headset with a mic in it would be a better...” --BBBS

100% Positive Reviews
Sony MDR-EX210B

Sony MDR-EX210B

“Good headphones for the price.  Sound like the sound magic e10 with slightly more bass and more distant sound stage with muddier treble.  Cord seems flimsy, but all in all decent sound reproduction for the price.  Sounds good with rock, classical, and edm. Slightly bass heavy for my liking ” --astone

100% Positive Reviews
Sony MDR-EXQ1

Sony MDR-EXQ1

“ Qualia design & price tag but poor quality cable, & SQ should be better at that price range.   Another explanation could be that I didn't receive the real thing, since I didn't get all the accessories, box & documentation with them, just the actual EXQ1 set of in-ear earphones. They would be very well imitated fakes since cosmetically they look the same, AFAIK. ” --the wizard of oz

100% Positive Reviews
Sony PFRV1 Personal Field Speaker Headphones

Sony PFRV1 Personal Field Speaker Headphones

“ I love these for watching movies at odd hours or on the laptop away from home. They're so comfortable that I can wear them for 6-8 hours straight. Unfortunately, I find them totally unacceptable for music, though they're a better fit for portable use or the computer because of EQ. Several posts compared the sound quality to etymotic's 4 IEM, uh, no way in hell. Proper fit...” --KlausGut

100% Positive Reviews
Sony MDRNC13 Noise-Canceling Headphones

Sony MDRNC13 Noise-Canceling Headphones

“I had bought these at a Walmart about 4 years ago and when I had first tested them, they were pretty nice.   The noise-cancelling feature was pretty nice on these, however, it was short-lived. Eventually, the wiring of the earphones began to weaken especially in the noise-cancelling system. I began to hear weird noises (the noise-cancelling system messing up) and felt that it interfered...” --johnatomic16

0% Positive Reviews
Sony XBA - A1 AP

Sony XBA - A1 AP

Hybrid entry level IEM from Sony. Features one dynamic and one balanced armature driver. Successor to Sony XBA - H1

Sony Xba100 Q [Sealed Inner-ear Receiver Balanced Armature Driver Unit Mounting] Japan Import

Sony Xba100 Q [Sealed Inner-ear Receiver Balanced Armature Driver Unit Mounting] Japan Import

Linear drive balanced armature./Sound conduit and housing are made of brass.It realizes a clear sound. /Direct drive structure./Serrations cable to be less entangled.

Sony In-Ear Monitor Headphones MDR-EX450-G

Sony In-Ear Monitor Headphones MDR-EX450-G

Experience comfort and audio clarity with EX450. Combining design and technology in a compact size, it also delivers powerful and rich sound ensuring your music is full and satifying.---- Specially designed 12mm driver unit ---- Neodymium magnet for powerful sound delivery ---- High quality aluminum housing reproduces dynamic and rich sound ---- Hybrid silicone rubber...

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