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Sony MDR-E10LP
6.6 out of 10

Sony MDR-E10LP

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Sony MDR E10LPH Headphones

grecy, ReviewStream
25 July 2014
  • Excerpt: If you are out of budget, but wants to have a headphone that is durable, not sensitive and have extreme sounds quality, you should check out Sony MDR E10LPH Headphones. I discover this headphones when I was checking out a new CD at Music One, a music store.
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Sony Mdr-E10Lp/Pblu Headphones - Fashion Earbuds (Blue)

ReViewMeMedia, ReviewStream
25 July 2014
  • Excerpt: I Recently bought the Sony Mdr-E10Lp/Pblu Headphones - Fashion Earbuds (Blue) because I broke my old JVC HA F130A Gumy phones - Headphones (ear-bud) - Peppermint Blue that I bought and reviewed a long time ago.
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Overall 10
10

Great Value

Mike H., Newegg
21 January 2011
  • Summary: Foam ear covers wear out or are easily stripped off when handling or stowing. These foam covers are so inexpensive Sony should ship them with several pairs of these foam covers. Maybe someone sells the covers by the gross?
  • Pros: Right angled plug makes it easy to wrap cord around mp3 player when stowed... straight plugs will eventually break when stowed or must be removed each time, wearing out the jack and wasting time. Foam covers for phones help them to seal and conform to average sized ears, very comfortable. Phone is slightly tear drop shaped and has an angled boot toward cord so it is virtually impossible to put them in the wrong ears and they fit better with the shape. Cord length is p...
  • Cons: None so far.
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Overall 10
10

Perfection

Chris V., Newegg
25 December 2010
  • Summary: For the avid music listener, buy them in pairs, especially if you like them a lot. I intend on buying these for as long as they are made after having gone through 7 pairs in the past 8 months of other earbuds.
  • Pros: Not often would I give earphones such a strong rating, but these are simply perfect in every facet. They fit my ears just right, they aren't loose, nor too tight. The sound isn't harsh and the cord doesn't try to rip them out of my ear. Sony did something right here, because these are likely my new earphones of choice.
  • Cons: As with all earbuds, durability is atrocious if you use them even semi-frequently.
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Overall 10
10

Amazing earbuds!

Jonathan D., Newegg
2 October 2010
  • Summary: Aside from the small issues mentioned above these earbuds are great. The cord slide problem is an easy fix with a small bit of silicon tubing and most headphones at this price point don't have this feature.
  • Pros: These headphones have amazing sound clarity for inexpensive headphones. The sound reproduction is far superior than standard Apple iPod earbuds but these earbuds cost a third of the price. The cord is about 3.5 ft long so you can put your iPod or phone in your hip pocket and still listen to your music and move around comfortably.
  • Cons: Earbuds are smaller that iPod earbuds and fall out my ear easily, they come with foam pads but I prefer not to use foam pads. These earbuds do not come with a cord slide, so they might become tangled easily.
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Overall 4
4.0

User Review

Philip S., Newegg
1 October 2010
  • Pros: They put out sound.
  • Cons: The cord is too short for tall people, however that doesn't even matter since even if they reach your ears they're guaranteed to fall out within seconds. Can't run, can't work, can't move your head without these things falling out.
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Overall 6
6.0

User Review

Anonymous, Newegg
20 September 2010
  • Summary: If you like wearing your ear buds upside-down, then these are for you, although you might get some strange looks.
  • Pros: Price is right. Frequency response is sharp and superior to typical generic ear buds.
  • Cons: These headphones do provide the 18Hz bass as in the description, however they fall too far from the ear canal to hear it correctly. They are small enough to turn upside down into the fold of your ears which corrects the deception of lacking bass, and surprisingly still fit comfortably, however I would prefer not to have to do this.
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Overall 8
8.0

cheap, ok sound

John T., Newegg
15 September 2010
  • Summary: cheap with decent sound
  • Pros: inexpensive... cheap with decent sound
  • Cons: Can't use while running.
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Anonymous, Newegg
11 July 2010
  • Pros: Don't fall out of my ears like most headphones while I'm exercising. Sleek black color and perfect cord length.
  • Cons: They do not have the little piece that holds the two ear buds together so they do get tangled pretty often.
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Overall 10
10

Excellent Budget Earphones

Anonymous, Newegg
30 June 2010
  • Summary: Super headphones for the $10 price point. I had some Gummy headphones that cost as much as these which I'm ashamed I even bought now. If you're not looking in the $100 price range for eaphones, these are the ones to get.
  • Pros: Super little headphones. Especially for the price point. It's unbeatable. Sound quality is crisp and clear, nice treble. The chord is long enough, but not too long and doesn't stick to itself like some other headphones do. The jack is set at a 90 degree angle which I prefer over the straight design of other headphones. I don't like having things jutting out of my MP3 players. The headphones fit in my ears perfectly. They aren't loose, not too tight either. They're pro...
  • Cons: There is no "slide-y thing-y" (I don't know what else to call it) on the chord to keep the L&R headphones together when I'm not using them. Makes it harder to wrap them up when I put them away, but it's a small gripe. Nothing major missing here.
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