Sony MDR-EX37B - Auriculares (Intraaural, Dentro de oído, 100 mW, Alámbrico, 1.2 m, Oro) Negro
Descripción del producto
Auriculares: 3.5 mm
Auriculares adicionales: Si
Auriculares de tipo Intraural: Auriculares
Color del producto: Negro
Contactos del conector chapado: Oro
Frecuencia de auricular: 6 - 23000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 1.2 m
Obstrucción: 16 Ohmio
Peso: 3 g
Potencia máxima de entrada: 100 mW
Sensibilidad de auricular: 100 Db
Sistema acústico: closed
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de controlador: Dinámico
Tipo de imán: Neodimio
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UPDATE - 9/12/16: These little buds are still running strong!
The sound is excellent. Strong bass, but not overpowering. No muddying of the sound. I've read complaints about sibilance (a very high, hissy treble quality to some sounds), but whatever sibilance there is is something I got used to very quickly.
I use these mainly for running, sometimes for media on my laptop. The cord is long enough for running, but not so long that I have to carry around a lot of extra cable that keeps getting tangled. It's also a stiffer material that doesn't tangle as easily as the rubbery cords a lot of headphones come with. This also means there isn't much cord noise as it bounces around during a run.
The buds/pads stay in my ears much better than the CX200 Twist-to-Fit. They're a bit lighter material, so I had concerns they wouldn't perform as well, but they actually perform better. They cancel sound well, but also stay in the ear when placed in less securely, in case you need to listen to your surroundings.
Compared to the CX200s, these have perhaps a slightly more articulated sound, although some might say it's slightly less "warm" than the CX200s. Perhaps it has to do with the treble? I did as many blind tests as I could, listening for subtleties in the music, but the more I listened, the more sure I was that there was hardly any difference between the two sets.
These *feel* and *look* lesser quality than the CX200s, but they perform just as well, and thanks to the buds and cord, they're actually better for running.
Oh, and they cost less.
I'd buy another pair if anything happened to my current set.
These do not have a volume key or microphone on them, they are basic. So if you need/want the extra bells and whistles these my not be for you.
I also use these when I travel/fly and they are great for that setting too. They don't noise cancel but again do the job and let me listen to my music during the flight without issue.
Bottom line: Would recommend to a friend and would buy again.