Summary: I'm sure these headphones would have sounded great. Too bad Walmart sent me used ones with no cords. A cord is needed to connect the headphones to the devise of your choosing. Sense it had no cord, it was useless, I couldn't try them out.
Summary: These Headphones are truly unbelievable for the price! I listened too and compared all the various headphone models, priced between $80 and $300, at major local retailers (i paid $100) with the winner being the MDR-X10's!
Pros: Outstanding sound quality very comfortable (i usually wear them for 2 to 3 hours) Build quality seems sturdy and is able to fold into a smaller size comes with a caring case physical design looks cool
Cons: The seam on the headband where the leather is stitched together looks like it might be a problem in the future where it could be susceptible to tearing. Also, the outer polished aluminum can surface can be easily scratched.
Summary: These headphones are absolutely amazing if you want to experience your music. The rich bass and the clear sound blasts through the headphones and I never want to take them off! They are so comfortable its like I forget im even wearing them.
Summary: Build Quality & Design
The build quality on these isn't so good in the long run, the entire headphone is mostly constructed out of plastic the only metal part on these cans would be the earcups, when it's held in the hands the headphones do feel a bit flimsy and light; because of this they gave me a...
Pros: very comfortable, great sounding bass, and great design (somewhat)
Cons: bad treble range, build quality isn't so good, ears will get sweaty and hot for a short period of time
Summary: These are definatly my favorite cans . I bought them intending to amp them even though they have a low impedence they can take 3000mw . I have always been a bass head but i require clean bass but a lot of it!!
Summary: These are some great cans, but they do have some faults. The lows and the highs are very good, but the middles tends to fade out. I would say that these cans would sound best with some sort of electronic, techno, hip-hop, or pop. Ive also noticed that they work well with country as well as rock.
Pros: Great lows and highs, sound quality, comfortable, portable
Summary: I'll come back and put a full review up, suffice to say these have a lot of bass, coming from the XBA line. They are by far the neatest looking cans that Sony's released, but fragile indeed, as the cups scratch easily.
Pros: Comfortable, Punchy and tight bass
Cons: Scratches easily, Veiled Mids and Trebles due to sheer amount of bass