Summary: When I got these headphones I was expecting something more than the ex-10lps, but what I got wasn't really that. The treble is very crashy, sometimes to the point which it isn't pleasant to your ears. The mids are alright, only sometimes will they be distorted by the other registers.
Summary: I bought these because the sound of the wind I could hear during cycling while wearing headphones was annoying me and I figured I might as well give IEMs a try instead of buying another pair of headphones, however I did not want to spend a lot of money on something I might not find comfortable.
Summary: I bought these because I previously had some Yamaha EPH20 In-Ear Headphone which I was happy with but did not suite my for the large variety of music I listen to. First I will compare between the Yamaha and Sony, both brands I trust greatly for budget ear buds.
Pros: Satisfying controlled bass, good sounding but not great mids( needs eq), Treble is pretty good and cymbals come with a nice airy crash
Cons: cheap feel cable, build quality of the jack is cheap and nasty
Summary: Basically this is the EX10 with some tuning (in this case, making it worse for more money).
It has the same grainy treble.
Sony added "rich bass", which is really the same mid-to-upper bass as that of the EX10, but here it's exaggerated, even more bloated and boomy, it bleeds into the mids and makes...
Summary: MDR-EX50 отлично сидят в ушах не только за счет малого веса, но и не самого плотного прилегания к раковинам - в результате они не воспринимаются как посторонний предмет, но и не гарантируют полной звукоизоляции.