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Marketed towards consumers as an alternative to their stock buds or basic headphones.

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Pros

Colour options are a nice touch, appeal to a broader audience and look pretty good.

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Cable is a reassuringly thick and durable rubber.

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Sound quality is pretty good for the price, way better than stock earbuds.

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Fit really well in the ear--comfortably and snugly.

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Cons

White plastic/rubber tends to get discoloured rather easily.

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The included earbud padding comes off too easily.

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Moving the plug around while listening produces crackling.

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Marketed towards consumers as an alternative to their stock buds or basic headphones, the Sony Sony MDR-E10LP is a low priced dynamically driven earbud. At $9.99, the Sony MDR-E10LP is driven by a 13.5mm driver, tweaked to be especially bassy. A bottom of the barrel option it is important to know that it is very unlikely that any 10 dollar earbud will sound good. Sony's poor warranty may also be an issue, but at only 10 dollars, such a loss may not be as hard to bear as the $299 MDR-EX700LP. Available in green, gray, blue, white, red, violet, and black.

Features
  • Frequency Response: 18-22000Hz
  • Impedance: 16 ohms
  • Plug type: 1/8" (mini)
  • Driver technology: 1 13.5mm dynamic driver
  • Warranty: 90 days limited (US only)
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