Excerpt: After asking around for headphone suggestions and receiving some great responses, I decided to go with the Sony MDR-EX71SL earbuds. As I didn't want to order anything online and wait too long, I went with these earbuds, which were easily found at a local Best Buy for around 50 (although they can be found for much cheaper online).
Excerpt: If you like bass, you'll love the Sony MDR-EX71 headphones. Online opinions say that the bass is too thick and muddy and that there are no highs, but they're only half right. Our oscilloscope tests show that the bass is quite clean, not muddy in the least, and also that it extends noticeably deeper than that of other canal phones. The MDR-EX71s are actually a very good companion for players that are weak in the bass.
Excerpt: (1 items) The MDR-EX71 are similar to Apple's In-Ear Headphones--there's even an available iPod-matching white finish--but provide significantly better sound quality and noise isolation, mainly due to better eartips. (Several sizes of eartips are included.) Neither attribute is as good as those of the more expensive Shure and Etymotic models reviewed here, but for $45 you can't beat the EX71 for traveling.
Excerpt: Par rapport aux casques, les écouteurs présentent un inconvénient majeur. La plupart produisent un son plus que moyen et ne tiennent pas bien en place. Toutefois, le son puissant et la bonne ergonomie permet aux Fontopia MDR-EX71SL de Sony de sortir du lot. Proposés depuis longtemps en noir et argent, les EX71SL sont désormais disponibles en blanc et peuvent ainsi se marier avec un .