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Sony MDREX58V Noir Intraaural casque - casques (Intraaural, 5 - 23000 Hz, 100 dB, 16 Ohm, 9 mm, Dynamique)
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- Sony MDREX58V. Couplage auriculaire: Intraaural
- Fréquence des écouteurs: 5 - 23000 Hz
- Sensibilité du casque: 100 dB. Technologie de connectivité: Avec fil
- Longueur de câble: 1,2 m
- Contacts du connecteur de placage: Or. Couleur du produit: Noir. Poids: 3 g. Puissance d'alimentation max.: 0,1 W
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Description du produit
Contacts du connecteur de placage: Or
Couleur du produit: Noir
Couplage auriculaire: Intraaural
Fréquence des écouteurs: 5 - 23000 Hz
Impédance: 16 Ohm
Longueur de câble: 1,2 m
Manuel d'utilisation: Oui
Poids: 3 g
Puissance d'alimentation max.: 0,1 W
Sensibilité du casque: 100 dB
Système acoustique: Fermé
Technologie de connectivité: Avec fil
Type d'aimant: Néodyme
Type de pilote: Dynamique
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
I have a pair of Klipsch IMAGE S4 that I purchased for $89.00 from the Apple store. I thought they were good. They sounded better than all the Bose in ear headphones that I tried. I primarily used them with my iPhone 4. Most songs were good, but some songs sounded a little tinny, too much came through the headphones on the high end. This was especially true for older songs. The Klipsch rubber ear tips would not connect to my ears to make a great seal and stay in for long periods of time. My ears also began to hurt after I wore them for over 45 minutes.
Going the comfortable noise canceling route, I then bought a pair of Bose On-Ear headphones, model # 331394-0010 (they have been replaced with the new AE2 headphones). These headphones were extremely comfortable and sound wonderful. The speakers handle the highs and lows very well and truly cancel out the outside noise. The problem was the $150.00 I shelled out for them.
My wife was in the need of good, but "don't spend a lot of money" cheap, headphones. I found some Phillips and Sony headphones and tried them out. Most of them sounded horrible, so back to the store they went. Then I gave these a try; model MDREX58V. They sounded incredible. I could not believe the sound I was getting out of a $20 pair of in ear headphones. They easily bettered the sound of my Klipsch headphones. I ended up going back and buying another pair for myself.
KEEP IN MIND THAT NOT ALL SONY HEADPHONES SOUND GOOD AND YOU CAN'T GO BY THE PRICE. I tried more expensive Sony headphones and they did not sound as good as these.
Well, I have had these same headphones, and my wife has had hers, for about a year and a half now. I am not too rough on headphones, but they have not been handled gently all the time either. I usually shove them in my front pocket when not in use. They are holding up just fine and still sound amazing. They are extremely comfortable when you choose the right size rubber ear piece that comes with them. I have worn them on a trip to Alaska. 14 hours of flying and layovers with them mostly in my ears and they never started to feel uncomfortable.
The real test came last month though. My wife bought me the new Rush album "Clockwork Angels". She listened to it first from her iPhone with her headphones. She said, "You have got to hear this song, Caravan, with these headphones on. I listened and was impressed. The bass was amazing in the middle of the song. I told her that I bet it would sound even better with my Bose on-ear headphones. "They will blow you away" I said. I got them out of my storage drawer and she plugged them in and started the song over. She wasn't impressed. Said they sounded pretty much the same as the Sonys. I didn't believe her and tried it for myself. Sure enough, the Sony headphones sounded the same, and I would even admit, for the bass, they sounded a bit better then my expensive Bose. Needless to say, for $130 difference, I put my Bose back in my storage drawer and haven't seen them since.
These headphones are easily worth double the cost.
- Compatibility: These ear buds work with any device that has a 3.5 mm headphone jack. I used them on my laptop, phone, I pod touch, and even my Xbox 360 and Xbox one.
These have survived a lot of abuse. I usually thread ear buds through my shirt for when going to the gym and have not noticed any problems. And with the amount of times I have probably tugged on the wires the sound quality still sounds as if I bought it yesterday.
-Comfort: The way the buds are shaped allow me to lay down with my head on a pillow on my side and not be bothered by the ear buds. They also come with different size buds to fit all ears. I would like to think I have normal sized ears but I ended up having to switch to the large sized ones.
- sound quality: the sound is amazing. I'm not an audiophile but would say the sound is near hd and very crisp.
Look: they look really nice. They are all black with the word Sony in white text on both ear buds.
There is not much bad but this is me just really nitpicking here.
-Cable: I would perefer if the cable was flat so it wouldn't get tangled.
- Bass: at times the bass is over powering but it could just be that I like nice and even sound.
Final Thoughts: nothing is perfect and there is always room for improvement but I really like these. If I could give it a 4.5 rating I would. They are great just for working out, listening to music, and listening to podcasts. I use them daily and have not had a problem. They look simple and sleek too. I would recommend them.
So I'm no expert regarding headphones, but I thought people might appreciate some quick observations about these. I'm comparing them to the stock headphones that came with my galaxy S3 that are now falling apart. Neither of these are exactly high end audio equipment, but I imagine most people looking at these are going for bang for the buck. Since these are some of the best rated earbuds on Amazon regardless of price, I thought I'd throw my hat into the ring and provide a review.
These things feel a little cheap compared to my old headphones. The wires are thinner and harder, and the volume nob is kind of old school. At first I was going to say that I doubt these will last 1.5 years like my old ones, but on second thought it's the nice soft rubber on my old ones that's starting to fray and split. I guess only time will tell. Not sure if it's immediately obvious, but the plug is a 90-degree job intended for a side-mounted jack. Not the best setup to use for a modern phone, but works well enough for my laptop. They do have little right/left labels that you can see to make sure you are putting them on correctly which is convenient.
As far as comfort goes, these are pretty good, but not amazing. The tips are narrow, but kind of hard and the rubber isn't particularly thick. They actually do seem to stay in the ear pretty well. Better than expected in that regard.
Not a whole lot. I suspect this is related to the thickness of the tips and the way they fit into the ear. For me, this is a disadvantage, though my wife is happy I can hear her talking to me over the music. You've been warned. ;)
These things sound really clear but a little shrill at the high end. My old stock S3 headphones on the other hand were a little softer but with less clarity. Depending on the music you like this could be an advantage or a disadvantage I think. On the whole, I like the treble on these a little better but it's not a total win.
Just listening to music it wasn't really obvious, but after using a bass testing video and swapping earbuds around a couple of times, these sounded kind of loud in the lower midrange peaking at ~500Hz. I think the old ones might have been a little flatter over all.
Sounded pretty good down to around 50-60Hz. A little loud maybe in this range. At 40Hz things started dropping off pretty rapidly with little audible at 30Hz. My old headphones by contrast were less punchy at 50-60Hz, started dropping off at around 45Hz, but actually still produced a little bit of sound at 30Hz. I think I like my old ones better in this regard overall, though it depends on the song.
So, for a pair of cheap headphones, these work more or less ok. They sound reasonably good but I don't think they'll blow your socks off. I'll probably throw them in my laptop bag and use them with my computer, but probably try to find something else for my phone. Hope this has been helpful!