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The MDR-EX33LP is a pair of entry-level earbuds from Sony, released in 2009.

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great bass support that's well defined and deep

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cancels out a fair amount of external noises

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feel comfortable and light in your ears

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comes in some bright and fashionable colors

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compact design that doesn't stick out of your ears awkwardly

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wires are pretty flimsy and easy to break

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wire gets tangled up a lot, always need to work at untangling it before you put them on

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The MDR-EX33LP is a pair of entry-level earbuds from Sony, released in 2009. These headphones are lightweight and designed to provide users with a snug in-ear fit. At .11 oz in weight, these earbuds are ideal for running and other physical activities. These headphones also feature 9mm driver units that Sony claims deliver deep bass and a wide response of 6 – 23,000 Hz. The drivers are of the dome CCAW variety, and are constructed from neodymium magnets. The cord is of the Y-type design, measures 3.9 feet (1.2 m) and terminates with a gold-plated L-shape stereo mini plug. A set of three differently-sized silicone ear pads come in the box: Small, Medium and Large. These EX earbuds are available in five different colors: white, pink, silver, blue and green.

  • Cord Length: 3.9 ft (1.2 m)
  • Cord type: Y-design
  • Weight: 0.11 oz
  • Impedance: 16 ohms at 1 kHz
  • Sensitivity: 100dB/mW
  • Power Handling Capacity: 100mW
  • Driver Unit: 9 mm (dome type)
  • Frequency Response: 6 - 23,000 Hz
  • Ear Cups: Closed, Dynamic
  • Design: in-ear
  • Plug: Gold-plated L-shaped stereo mini
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