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Sony MDR-ZX100 - Auriculares (Supraaural, 12 - 22000 Hz, 100 Db, Alámbrico, 1,2m, Color blanco)
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Color del producto: Color blanco
Frecuencia de auricular: 12 - 22000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 1,2m
Manual de usuario: Si
Obstrucción: 24 Ohmio
Sensibilidad de auricular: 100 Db
Sistema acústico: closed
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de controlador: Dinámico
Tipo de imán: Neodimio
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-These headphones do precisely what a set of studio headphones should. I had these headphones on while playing a game, and when I took them off I realized a major rainstorm was happening. This is amazing sound dampening, for such a cheap set of headphones. These are "the" headphones for if you need some music while you study, if you're on a budget. These headphones aren't sound canceling, you will hear background noise if you're looking for it, but the moment you're focused on your audio you'll swear these headphones are worth twice the price.
-Good sound dampening. When you need to block out the background sounds of dorm life or the city while you're doing your own thing, these headphones do a wonderful job with general noise. I doubt they're good enough for a plane, but for a dorm or most bus rides you should be very isolated.
-Good sound, with good bass. Things with a lot of high-end treble (audiobooks, low-quality mp3) don't sound too tinny or washed out. Things with lots of bass (movies, dance music) have good punch. The overall range is quite good and quite balanced, with a nod toward the heavy/dynamic range.
-Good comfort. The ear cups feel a little plasticky going on, but get a couple songs into an album and you'll forget they're on.
-Good build. My first set got me through most of a three-year stint at college before my continued abuse of the wires finally shorted out one ear. For this price, that's fine. Be gentle with these headphones and they'll reward you with a good life.
-The wiring feels a bit heavy when you're focused on it, despite the wires not being all that durable. It's not something you'll notice during seated use, but when you move it feels awkward.
-There is no tactile marker for which side is right or left, and the "L" and "R" are difficult to see in any light so I forget which one has the red marker. If one side just had a nub or braille I'd have a much easier time making sure they were on the right way (and this would also make them friendly for the blind).
While I save up my money for that set of top-of-the-line studio headphones I've always wanted, my MDRs are my go-to headphone for when I want to immerse myself in audio. They're cheap enough that I don't have to worry when I take them on trips, but at the same time they're good enough for when I want to really listed to that Pink Floyd album I've been meaning to give a spin. Recommended for students, audiophiles, and gamers on a budget. Not recommended for jogging thanks to the heavy cables.
As a birthday gift for our son, a few weeks ago we purchased some fake Dre Beats headphones and they broke right away (plus their sound was crappy)... but not these Sony headphones, they sound excellent and are very comfortable to wear. We ordered a black pair of these to replace those other bad headphones, and our son has been extremely happy with them as a replacement gift.
I 'borrowed' them for a few hours and listened to some good old fashion rock (Aerosmith, Green Day, Creed,...) and can totally attest to the fact that these headphones provide deep bass, good midrange and very good treble sounds. In addition, the unit is fairly lightweight so you really do forget about them being on. I wore them for about an hour at a time and they never got hot or uncomfortable to my ears.
What is also very nice is that, unlike those fake Beats, other people around you can't hear your music... and believe me, I cranked up the tunes a bit. These headphones did a good job of blocking out external noise so I heard nothing but the music (even when my son supposedly kept hollering at me to give the headphones back to him)...
The headband was quite comfortable to me; adjustments were easy to make and they stayed in place without any problem. The cord is about four feet long, which is more than we will ever need.
So... since I liked them so much, and also since I have to participate in webinars and telephone conference calls at work (and those calls can get loud when on speakerphone), I ordered these blue headphones just to take to the office. Hopefully my boss won't notice the playlist that pops up on my laptop during lunchtime!! :)
If you are looking for a very affordable headphone option that is comfortable to wear and provides good sound quality, we totally recommend these headphones.
Go for it.
Deep bass, yet not too overpowering. Vocals sound clear...not too much hiss in the highs. The range of sound is good...nothing really over powers anything else. When I first started listening I was afraid that the mid-range was high. However, this was likely because of how use to my *awesome* Apple earbuds i was.
Also, I listened to a pair of my friends dre beats solo phones. I would say that the sonys have a better overall sound...not the mention the price.
With the sound quality these things produce, you'd expect to pay alot more. The low price is actually a little ridiculous for these headphones (but I'm certainly not complaining.)
These aren't really "noise canceling" headphones, but they do a good job of isolating general background noise.
They are comfortable...i have a decent size head (cap size 7 3/8) and they're not too tight.
Love the red stripe on the right side for "red is right..."
The white finish is very glossy and done well.
**not really sure why they're classified as "outdoor" headphones?
Words to my son: Amazon had better start paying attention to the growing number of Chinese gray-marketers hanging out as 'third party vendors', because, frankly, it's becoming annoying to me and, as a long-term Amazon customer, I'm increasingly shopping online elsewhere (e.g. Target).
The most I can say in this case is that I got what I paid for...no more, no less.These flimsy phones do play music, and not badly at that. So I'll use them until they inevitably break...which they quickly will given the crappy cords they're equipped with...and then I'll go to Best Buy and purchase some more real ones at a higher price.
> Very comfortable. I can wear them for hours w/o an issue.
> Fits my a woman or man's head easily.
> Crisp clear sound without overwhelming bass. I HATE loud bass.
> Ear pads wear out quickly. If you wear them every day for 4 or more hours a day you'll get about 6 months out of them before they black cover starts to break apart. It's fake leather, so little black flecks of fabric will start to appear on your ears as they break apart. Most less expensive headphones do this so I don't deduct stars for it. It's just a con I think people should know about. If you want ear pads that don't wear out so quickly, it's my understanding you need to buy head sets with leather ear pads, which will most likely cost $100 or much more.
> No sound adjustment on the head set or line/cord. Most less expensive headphones don't have this feature so I don't deduct stars for it. It's just a con I think people should know about before they make their decision to buy.
If you want the ear pads to last longer, make sure you wipe the natural oils from your ears before using them - every time. And do not use a cleaner on the pads. I don't even think disinfecting with Lysol spray or alcohol is a good idea, tends to make the fabric (fake leather) fall apart quicker.
If you use headsets with an extension cord and find the sound goes in and out, it might be the cord, not the headset. Since a cord is usually less expensive to replace, I suggest you replace the cord first to see if that's the problem, or try the old cord with another head set you may have available, before buying a new headset. On every occasion when the sound went in and out on the many Sony MDR ZX100 head sets we've purchased, we found it was the extension cord - the female part where the headset plugs into the extension cord becomes damaged inside from getting tugged on etc.