Sony MDR-570LP/BLK - Auriculares (Supraaural, 12 - 22000 Hz, 105 Db, Alámbrico, 1.18 m, 110 g) Negro
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Color del producto: Negro
Frecuencia de auricular: 12 - 22000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 1.18 m
Obstrucción: 24 Ohmio
Peso: 110 g
Potencia de salida: 0.001 W
Sensibilidad de auricular: 105 Db
Sistema acústico: closed
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de controlador: dinámico
Tipo de imán: neodimio
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I decided to go back to headphones but didn't want to spend a couple hundred again on headphones. Then I stumbled across these. They are a closed back, "over the ear"* type of headphones. The audio is crystal clear, when I stream music and listen to radio stations, the sound is great. I say over the ear, because they are so well padded and fit on top the ear, but aren't so large that they cup the ear. But they aren't so small that they press hard against the ear.
In any case, It's well worth the few dollars. How well they'll hold up? I'm not sure, but since I can buy 5-6 of them for the single pair of high end I had that died in a year, I guess i can handle it if they break.
The Sony MDR-570LP headphone sit on TOP of the ears, but have a cushion circle that cuts out external sounds. I suspect this is part of the reason that the bass sounds are much richer with the Sony. My primary reason for using headphone is to hear speech clearly, so this extra bass is not an asset, and I suspect it's a little TOO bass-y for accurate music rendition.
But for listening to dialog, these are more than clear enough, and very comfortable - thanks in part to the cushions but mostly due to the fact that the earpieces rotate so they fit flat against your ears no matter what the shape of your head.
The narrow band that runs across the top (instead of a two- or three-inch wide rubber support) doesn't turn out to be a huge comfort issue because these are not heavy - but it might be a factor for some.
Also, the cord on this is not as long as the Koss's cord. And the Koss came with a 3.5 mm to 1/4" adapter, which I needed because I'm plugging this into a home theater receiver; the Sony did not have such an adapter, so if you plan to use this for TV, don't forget to order the adapter.
They are really comfortable and lite. The cushioning makes them good for walking around or wearing for a long time, but they wouldn't be good for working out. All the sweat would definitely seep into the cushioning, which would suck.
The sound is clear and very equal between bass, mids, and high which most people like. Personally I like headphones to be bass-heavy but I know thats not everyones cup of tea. 30mm drivers in these, so they can get pretty loud. They don't block outside noise out very well so it's a good thing they get loud.
Quality headphones, but not really worth "writing home about". They are a step up from skullcandy but a huge leap down from something like Beats.