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The Sony MDR-XB300 is a pair of closed supra-aural, over-the-head studio monitor that, unlike the MDR-V300.

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Pros

cord is relatively short, ideal for walking around with an iPod

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construction is built to last, very sturdy build

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bass is well represented, will thump a fair bit when you want it to

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headphones are fairly light, won't press down on the top of your head

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thick pads prevent pinching anywhere, nice and comfortable

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sound quality for this price range is excellent, great clarity and detail

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Cons

if the pads are set too low the pressure hurts a bit after awhile, not a problem if they're shifted up

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treble is a little weak, can't quite keep up with the bass on certain tracks

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The Sony MDR-XB300 is a pair of closed supra-aural, over-the-head studio monitor that, unlike the MDR-V300, is designed for the average user and not just for DJs. It’s similar in that it’s also closed and features a high power output (1000mW), but it doesn’t host DJ features like single-sided monitoring or swiveling earcups. It does however feature extra-large 30mm Extra Bass diaphragm driver units designed for deep bass reproduction; an exceptionally large king-sized ear cushion for added comfort; and a flat y-type cord designed for minimal tangling. Also available though are the larger 40mm driver XB500s and 50mm drivers XB700.

Features
  • Over-the-Head Studio Monitors
  • Closed, Supra-Aural Design
  • High-End Materials
  • High-Quality Audio
  • High Power Handling
  • Large Neodymium Magnets
  • Geared for Average Users
  • Deep Bass Reproduction
  • Flat Y-Type Cord
  • Minimal Tangling
Specifications
  • Type: Over-the-Head, Closed, Dynamic (Supra-Aural)
  • Cord: Flat
  • Cord Length: 3.9ft
  • Power: 1000 mW
  • Sensitivity: 100 dB
  • Driver Unit: 30 mm dome
  • Frequency: 5-22,000Hz
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Tom George
10/19/2012 01:57

it's very smooth but i don't no how long

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