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The Sony MDR-Q68LW model is a mid-grade "budget" set of headphones targeted for users who are casually active.

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attractive design

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well known brand

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clip-ons are poor to use when exercising

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clip-ons can be uncomfortable

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The Sony MDR-Q68LW model is a mid-grade "budget" set of headphones targeted for users who are casually active. The MDR-Q68LW, headphones provide a round open-air design with a headband free clip on style that follows the contours of the ear and keeps the earbuds from slipping off during activities such as walking, exercising, skating, dancing or playing sports. The earbuds are designed to fit snugly in order to minimize sound leakage and provide consistent sound quality; they also include soft ear pads for comfort, a comfortable hanger clip with spring action for ear size adjustment, and a thin lightweight body for a stable fit. The MDR-Q68LW headphone model includes additional features such as a 30mm driver unit, a 300kJ/m3 Neodymium magnet for good bass performance, a gold plated stereo mini plug, and a 3.3ft retractable and silent behind the neck cord. The Sony MDR-Q68LW headphone set was released on May 10, 2007 and has an MSRP of $29.99.

Key Specs
  • Round over-ear, open-air design
  • Headband free, clip-on style that follows the contours of the ear
  • Hangar clips include spring action for ear size adjustment
  • Soft ear pads for comfort
  • Silent Retractable 3.3ft cord
  • Gold plated stereo mini plug
  • Driver Unit: 30mm
  • Frequency Response: 16- 24,000Hz
  • Impedance: 24 ohms at 1kHz
  • Sensitivity: 108dB/mW
  • Magnet: Neodymium (300kJ/m3)
  • Release Date: 05/10/2007
  • MSRP: $29.99
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