Sony MDR-EX300/BLK Vertical In-the-Ear Style EX Style Headphones (Black)

thesurvivor90

New Head-Fier
Pros: sound, bass, soundstage, sweetness, looks.
Cons: poor cable, isolation.
Not an audiophile. These are probably the best earbuds i owned (i dont have experience with hq headphones). For price, I think these are one of the best buds available (for sound) (i never listened to soundmagic e10). 
Sound: Sound is warm, full, loud enough, bass has great depth and clarity, big soundstage (for price), the instruments sound detailed and realistic (for price), highs are sweet (some says "lacking", i say sweet).
Build: The cable is poor, flimsy, they need very good care, use the case they come with. The case is very good though. The buds are well made though.
Comfort: Very comfortable, they're so light that you seem to forget that you're wearing them.
Looks: Premium.
Isolation: Not good, they're a bit "airy", don't get that "suction" feeling. Got to turn up the volume for isolation. But if you're at home, no isolation needed of course.

socom

New Head-Fier
Pros: great design, super comfortable, great fit, good overall performance for a wide range of music genre
Cons: the wire feels very very cheap, the overall construction feels cheap
These came free with my phone, and they are probably the best pair of headphones that ever came with a phone.
 
The general feel is that these are just very decent headphones for a wide range of music genre. You won't be disappointed but it won't be enough for any audiophiles.

Vlad17

New Head-Fier
Pros: Decent aspect, clear bass, nice soundstage, second best eartips I've tried
Cons: L-shaped jack, weak isolation, lacking a little in highs, cheap wire, wierd design for my taste
Not much more to say, for a pair of earphones that came along with my Sony Xperia phone they're great. Heck, more than great even.
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