Excerpt: I've been having these wonderful earphones for quite a few months now and they are really good. They also come with some soft thing so you can put that around the earbuds for comfort but they rip easily so that's not really good. Even though I always keep these earphones in my skinny jean's pockets, they don't mess up and don't lose their quality which is something that is necessary to keep using the earphones.
Don't let the name fool you, these are actually good headphones
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I've had the Sony in-ear headphones for nearly a year now and surprisingly they're still working great. The sound quality is not perfect, but I've found that they provide better sound quality than the Apple earbuds that come with the iPod/iPhone, or even my Jlab JBuds Hi-Fi Noise-Reducing Ear Buds which cost nearly 4 times as much when not on sale. I find the Sony earbuds to be comfortable, and I often go to sleep with them in to drown out my fiancé's snoring.
Excerpt: We don't think about our children's health. Children should not run around with head phones on they don't know when it is to loud. Thats why when they become adults they can.t hear. parents can't always be there to tell them to turn it down. now they have these tiny headphones that go in there ear how is that any better lets stick the loud sound closer to the ear drum that sounds smart. The music and speaker industry's must work for ear doctors.
Excerpt: Sony Ear Buds are definitely the way to go! I would highly recommend them. Sony has a wide variety of earbuds of varying prices, but I have found a relatively inexspensive pair that has blown me away. The sound quality is great, first and foremost. The buds stay firmly in my ears without hurting even during intense training efforts. The cord is pretty sturdy and super durable!
Excerpt: If you find the new types of head phone uncomfortable, need something more portable that has great sound qualty and will last long, I reccommend Sony ear buds. Their designed to be ultra durable, have the best bass and volume of all ear buds I've tried, come in a variety of colors, and are affordable.
Excerpt: These Sony Earbuds are inexpensive but sound nice! I have used the ear buds that come with the iPod which work well but they are $40 which I do not want to spend. These Sony earbuds run about $10 and they come in different colors (I have the pink and purple). How my music sounds is important to me but I don't want to spend a lot money.
Excerpt: I purchased these ear phones in the airport, cause I forgot my regular headphones. This set of earphones is pretty much what you would expect. I have to say that they aren't a disappointment or a spectacular product at its price range. My main comparisons to the mdrex10lppb were the Ultimate Ear super.fi 3 & the Sennheiser CX300's. This set is definitely stronger than the CX300's in every aspect. The bass is cleaner and deeper while the fit is also better.
Summary: The bass on these is amazing and can rival low end in ears. It doesn't drown out the other parts of the sound because it actually sounds like there is a separate layer of bass on the music. The clarity is good and the sound is rich and dynamic for earbuds, especially for its price. I have tested these against earbuds in the same price range (Panasonic RP-HV152, Sony MDR-E10LP, Philips SHE2640) and these outperform them in every single aspect in terms of sound quality.
Pros: Finally, headphones with an L-shaped jack that wont break in my pocket. Best cheap earbuds you can find. Period. You're an idiot if you spend $30+ "name brand" ones that are equal in quality. Cord is a soft rubber which doesn't feel cheap.
Cons: I'm 6'1" and wear baggy/loose clothes with deep pockets, and the 3.3ft cord is just a "little" bit short sometimes. Not a deal breaker though
Summary: These are quite common in retail stores in my city (Toronto) and cost around $15-$20 CAD. I've been using them for years, because they are inexpensive, sound decent and are portable. They don't sound too distorted at high levels. I never had mines break, never had audio jack or audio cut out problems, but then again it really depends on the user, because I am very careful with my belongings.