Sony MDR-EX210B - Auriculares (Intraaural, Dentro de oído, 5 - 24000 Hz, Dinámico, Neodimio, Cerrado)
Descripción del producto
Auriculares: 3,5 mm
Color del producto: Negro
Contactos del conector chapado: Oro
Frecuencia de auricular: 5 - 24000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 1,2 m
Obstrucción: 16 Ω
Potencia máxima de entrada: 100 mW
Sensibilidad de auricular: 105 dB
Sistema acústico: Cerrado
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de controlador: Dinámico
Tipo de imán: Neodimio
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7/14/2014 - I'm going out of order here, time traveling above parts of my review that we're written earlier. I told you below that I would check in on the one year anniversary and I missed it. OVER A YEAR LATER and these things are just as good as the day I got them. A few silicone pieces came off (my fault) but besides that they are perfect. Good quality electronics need to be celebrated and we NEED to push business in this direction. The horrible builds of items like J-Labs are gaining market share because their customer service swarms you notion that you should review quick and they put more money into the follow up emails than the quality of the headphones themselves. If you want a long standing quality earbud buy these now. . . . or read the below for more encouragement.
11/22/2013 update - 6 Months with no sound degradation. The hole in my heart that Sony has created is one that can never be filled. The days of rationalizing impulse headphone purchases are over. No longer will I feel the smooth lining of an unopened package of headphones. The thrill of the unknown, which is to say the inopportune times in which one ear would suddenly cut out mid workout. Sony has taken the fun of online shopping from me by making these headphones perfect. I guess i'll have to find another impulse purchase hobby.
Appearance - Its no Giant B on your ear, but the disc that sticks out is ugly.
I was not happy with these when I first purchased them. They sound better than JLab but not as good as Kplish S4I's. There is no over abundance of base, actually it is lacking a little. When turned all the way up the Bass under performs.
Consistency is key here. I beat these things up and I'm confident in them every time I grab them and head to the gym. I've learned not to rate products on Sound quality alone. I've also learned to wait a few months before praising a product. How many times do people pick up their JLab headphones say "THESE THINGS ARE GREAT!" write a review and then 3 weeks later they break. How many of those people come back here and change their review? P.S. I was a faithful JLab customer until they messed me over on a pair of defective buds twice.
There is absolutely nothing worse than showing up ready to lift with one earbud out and have Taylor Swifts terrible voice seep in from the broken ear. If you want headphones that last, go with Sony.
They still sound exactly the same as when I first purchased them. No distortion, no partial loss of volume. Great quality!
Not a bit of sound degradation. Who will give up first, my headphones or gym regimen. Star upgrade from 4 to 5. I have never had a pair last this long under such strenuous conditions. I'm treating this review like a relationship, we have hit the 6 month mark so no more celebrations until our one year anniversary. If they should break before that time you can be assured that I will make an update, however if things are still lady and the tramp well then I expect to update you all in 6 months.
Update 12/31/2013 - Getting this off of my chest before the start of the new year. I cheated. I felt wrong doing it, nothing to complain about at home. My greed overcame me and I reverted back to my old ways. The mystery of a 2 for $6 grab bag was too much to handle. Especially around the holidays which is a headphone purchasing addicts equivalent of Ultra for those whom enjoy Molly. In the end I was reminded of why I love these Sonys so much. The Mystery bag gave me a pair of headphones "worth $30" which sounded absolutely atrocious. My wandering eye has cost me sores for life, eyesores, that sit in a bag with their bright red wiring just staring back at me begging for attention.
Update: 12/10/2014 - Still going strong! They fell out of my car and sat in the street overnight. Picked them up dusted them off and they still work amazing!
Feel free to ask any questions below. Happy shopping!
Philips SHE6000 $18
Klipsch IMAGE S4 $69
Sony MDR-ED12LP $12
JVC HAFX1X vs $18
Etymotic ER23-HF3 $100
Winner: Sony MDR-EX210B
I have been listening to a lot of EDM, House, and Trance lately. I needed something with good bass. Not just muffled loud bass, but clear bass. I also of course I also wanted crystal clear mid's and high's.
I tested all headphones with popular song "Walls" by Ned Shepard & Tiesto. In the first few seconds of the song there is a thundering bass that fades. Sony MDR-EX210B was the only headphone that allowed me to distinguish between the different bass notes and it felt thundering in an enclosed space like in a movie theater or at a rave right in front of the speakers, but yet was still crystal clear. 5 stars on comfort as well. Thanks Sony, you've still got it!
I have some decent budget earbuds, including JLab JBud 3s, some really for-the-money superb 10-buck Panasonic RP-TCR5-Ks and some ungodly bass heavy V-Modas. The JLabs and Panasonics are nice listening earbuds, but both are a bit thin on bass (even though I am anything but a bass-head) and tend to get tinkly on treble, though most of time they are pretty pleasant.
So I wanted a reasonable upgrade, something that offered a fuller sound, more balanced tonal range, and still had what I value most in music: solid, clean mids and clear, clean highs, especially vocals. With their relatively-mega 13.5mm driver (vs 8-9mm on my other buds) and the many rave reviews and $30 price tag, I concluded these were the best bang for the buck buds.
Was i ever right.
Amazing audio, and not just with that "for the money" qualifier. Amazing, period. I got these two days ago (so I cannot yet speak to their longevity, but build quality seems solid) and gave them a test drive through a wide variety of music: pop, rock, folk, classical, jazz, others. The verdict on all genres was this: Winner.
Here's a route sampler.
1. Samuel Barber's 'Adagio for Strings" (that many of you know from the soundtrack of the film "Platoon"): A slow, measured haunting, sometimes soaring piece sublimely delivered to my ears via these Sonys.
2. Bob Dylan's 'Brownsville Girl", an 11-minute musical story with HUGE (totally atypical for BD) production values, including what sounds like a full orchestra backing him up, and all-female chorus on the refrain. All kinds of sounds here from Dylan's signagture rasp to the chorus' elegant harmony to the full-bloom orchestral backdrop. Best listening experience for me ever for this song. Sounds just swirling around everywhere, wide soundstage, crisp highs, potent mids, rich bass, each sound discrete but still combining to create a radiant harmonic whole. I just love how this song sounds through these buds.
3. Morton Gould's 'American Salute', a veritable sound explosion; room (or head) filling, full-throttle, propulsive 3+ minutes of full sheer orchestral power----but with some crystal clear chimes jumping out at you early on. Absolutely majestic rendering through the EX-210s. I liked this so much that I hit repeat twice.
4. Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah" by both Cohen himself, and also K.D. Lang. VERY different sonic experiences. Cohen has this rumbling, powerful perpetual bass of a voice and it comes through brilliantly, set off and complemented by the rising mids and highs of the background chorus. K.D. Lang's version is, well, ethereal. No other word for it. Same song, but WAY different. K.D. Lang's, in particular, seemed custom-built for these buds, and what they can produce.
5. The live version of 'Tusk' by Fleetwood Mac. My god. A thumping, driving meld of drums, full brass section, and primal vocals. What a trip this is via the Sonys. Highs, mids, bass all tossed into one big bowl and tossed around, every sound separate but still unified. This may have been best of all now that I think about it. Hypnotic.
Also did some Springsteen, some Stones, Knopfler, main title from "Lord of the Rings". Oh, and some beautiful tenor with Tommy Fleming doing the Irish traditional 'Raglan Road'----a wavering, poignant masterpiece. Never heard this song sound more aching than through the Sonys.
A lot more. But you get the idea.
For $30, it's like listening to a nonstop live performance, no matter then genre.
So I guess you can infer that I like these.
NOTE: This review is for a pair I purchased some time ago when they were $40, not what you may see now. To be completely fair, it has been a while since I had these, the iPod I used them with having been stolen. Hence the four- and not five- star review. My memory on the quality of build and sound has blurred, and I cannot FULLY recommend them for any current price until I own another pair.
Main purpose was to replace my lost earbuds I had for working out at the gym.
I used them for the first time at the gym and was pleasantlyl surprised. They worked great!
- The ear buds felt very snug and confortable in my ears. (almost forgot they were in there...and your ears dont hurt after long use) They were snug enough to pretty much cancel out the noise in the gym. My gym is pretty loud with the machines clinking away and they always blast loud music that I dont really care for. My new earbuds helped almost cancel the backgroud noise completely.
- Then I turned on my Ipod and the sound quality was quite impressive. I could actually hear the bass which I never noticed on my old earbuds. They sound was great for what the earbuds cost. If you want really really good sound...you are bound to cough up $200 ~ $300 for a pair...and even then, I doubt they would be that good over these buds. Might as well get the full earphones that wrap around your ear like the Boss.
Anyhow, these earbuds are great and they serve thier purpose for me in the gym. Not afraid to get them roughed up as the cost is pretty cheap to replace if I break them by mistake.
I would recommend if you are looking for a comfortable, good quality earbuds.