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The MDR-V150 headphone set features a 30mm diameter drive unit.

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relatively good sound quality

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lightweight, comfortable design

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low price

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not for audiophiles

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Dominant bass sound

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Push the ears alot

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The Sony MDR-V150 is a low-end set of studio grade headphones with a Supra-Aural design (rests lightly on the ear) to provide excellent listening comfort. According to Sony the V150 headphones offer an "exceptionally clear sound for professional and high fidelity applications". The MDR-V150 headphone set features a 30mm diameter drive unit, with a 500mW power handling meaning it withstand constant day-in, day-out use at high output levels. The MDR-V150 headset also includes additional features such as a ferrite magnets, an oxygen free copper cord designed for maximum conductivity, and reversible earcups with a swiveling design for single ear use. The Sony MDR-V150 headphone set was released on April 2, 2004 and has an MSRP of $19.99, which is listed on the official Sony website.

Key Specs
  • Over the ear, Supra Aural (Rests lightly on the ear) design
  • Reversible ear cups for single ear use
  • Oxygen free copper cord
  • Frequency Response: 18Hz - 22,000Hz
  • Driver Unit: 30mm
  • Impedance: 24 ohms
  • Sensitivity: 98dB/mW
  • Power Handling Capacity : 500mW
  • Magnet: Ferrite
  • Release Date: 04/02/2004
  • MSRP: $19.99
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10/31/2011 02:39

I bought this product just 3 hours ago and gave it back just now , that was terrible

1.Sound quality is not good cause Bass is dominant and you can not hear other sounds so clear push your ears very strong and you can not use it for long time on your head

If you like to hear just Very Strong Bass go and buy this otherwise i will not recommend this

Anonym Cze
09/22/2011 12:58

in czech republik about 900 CZK (49 USD )

02/11/2011 11:48

Very good headphones, strongly recommend. The cheapest i found in Australia is about $12.00, eBay is pretty good (very long postage however)

01/18/2009 03:35

Bought these on sale for about $14 to replace the headphones I had for my computer, which were falling apart. I don't need audio for much of anything for when I'm on my computer, but these are more than I need for the occasional youtube video or gaming session. Great sound for the very low price point.

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