Summary: I'll just get straight to the point. The MDR-EX300 Sony headphones are good earphones that offer good sound quality and comfort for $50-$70. Of course, like any other consumer level headphones the low and mid tones are enhanced making the sound appear better than it sounds like (companies do this for almost all consumer level headphones). In my personal opinion they have enhanced it enough, there isn't too much base or too much treble, it's just about right.
Pros: Comfortable, Good Bass, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: These are way above average headphones with very high quality sound. Including very good amounts of bass. The insulation from outside world is also great. Sometimes I just keep them in my ears on flights to isolate sound. Comes with a nifty storage case, and good cable management system.
Pros: Comfortable, Good Bass, Great Sound, Loud, Stylish
Summary: this earbud did not impress me for the first few days, the bass had some cacophony, however, after a few days of warming up, it did a great job on bass. I would recommend dr. dre for sure, but if u cannot afford dr dre, try this one, not as good as dr dre, but definitely worth it and way better than skullcandies. screw those candies.
Pros: Comfortable, Good Bass, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: I have been using SkullCandy for the gym and Bose for travel. These replace both- they are superb. After trying at least 12 brands of earbuds for the gym, I had settled on SkullCandy- these are actually about as good for sound isolation, and much better for sound reproduction and comfort. They stay in the ear while running, no probs, and have sound quality as good as much more expensive headphones. Highly recommend.
Summary: I compared maybe over 25-30 headphones before getting these, and am I glad I did! These headphones have a clear, realistic sounds. No distortions even at high volume, and they are loud. I compared them to headphones from $20 to $120 and these definitely rank up there with the best of them, and are the best value for the price that i could find. The next best were a pair of Sony, one Sennheiser, but they cost $180+. Definitely recommend to anyone.Great price [...
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: This is advertised as MDR-EX300SL, notice the SL at the back. Regardless of which Sony website you go to, the SL models are short cord versions. This one that I received was not it. Not only that. The package did state that the cord length is 60cm and an extension cord of 90cm is provided. No, I don't have that; mine was 1.2m in length - that's not the SL version, though the box states as so.