Great work horse and totally affordable
Todays review is on a 4 star rated earbud which is set to blow your minds.
If you’re looking for a new pair of earbuds then you may have found them. Stay tuned to hear about all the goodness of these earbuds.
Sony has always made earbuds with exceptional performance but when it comes to the MDR EX, there’s no other in terms of sound.
They are not noise cancelling but will provide noise isolation. Now if you don’t know the difference, it is where there is not enough technology gone into the headphones that they block out the noise completely, and that is what you have with these earbuds.
Nevertheless, the plastic that these are made from feel like very strong grade quality and that’s something you want to take into account when talking durability.
There are two models of this earbud, it is either the standard version which is MDR-EX15LP or Android MDR-EX15AP. So depending on what device you use you can simply choose which will be more appropriate for you.
They are, I suppose an earbud that a lot of people would wear to work and buy, knowing, that they may lose them, just because you have in the back of your mind that they are cheap.
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Now let’s get into some specs:
- Color options: Aqua blue, white, black and purple
- Weight: 3kg
- Closed type: Yes
- Driver unit: 9mm dynamic
- Dynamic type: Yes
- Magnet: Neodymium
- Capacity: 100MW
- IMPEDANCE (OHM): 16 ohm (1KHz)
- Diaphragm: Pet
- Frequency response: 8-22,000 Hz
- Sensitivity DB-MW: 100 DB/Mw
- Cord type: Y-type
- Cord length: 1.2 meters
- Plug: Gold Plated L-plated stereo mini
- Wearing style: Closed earbuds
After owning numerous pairs of these Sony headphones I can truly say they are somewhat of a life saver. The sound quality is clear and the bass is efficient. Now the last time I turned these up full ball, they weren’t very loud but that obviously makes up for the overall sound. The overall bass with high and low mids are actually ok and actually work well together.
The packaging to these earphones is so small it is hard to imagine how they got it like that. The simple plastic they used to house the earbuds are showcases the instructions manual as the area surrounding is actually seen through. Nevertheless I have never seen earphones wrapped so small, I guess for precision comfort.
You may actually be surprised when you hear this but the warranty is actually a 1-year warranty, do you know what that means? you could pretty much wear them till they break and never need to actually spend more to get another pair.
Being a cheap version earbud the chances of them breaking is quite high so that warranty will come in handy.
The earphone itself does not have active noise cancelling but does support noise isolation. For a cheap pair of earbuds I find that to be a plus in the highest of ways. So many times have I wanted to block out outside noise and have had to resort to these and to just give even that little bit of isolation is awesome.
My overall opinion is that they are a defiant yes if your on a tight budget. For someone who has an opportunity to try these out then I do recommend it.
The only bad thing about them is the fact that they are cheap and don’t just come with the technology that the more expensive ones do. The thing is with these earbuds is that you truly are paying for what you get.
If your were to buy a cheap pair of earbuds from a brand that is unheard-of then you would see things that you don’t like and that is what the differences are between Sony and a no name brand.