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Plus it’s closed, dynamic design helps it keep out ambient noise.

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Pros

Surprisingly good mids and highs.

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The cord is covered in a thick, rubberized plastic, feels pretty durable.

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Shorter cord length (1 meter) makes these great over-the-ear travel 'phones.

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Does a decent job of blocking out external noise.

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Lightweight and comfortable over longer periods of use.

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Cons

Build quality feels cheap and plasticky.

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Bass end is notably weak outside of bass-heavy genres (electronic, hip hop).

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The Sony MDR-XD100 is a pair of over-the-head headphones released as an inexpensive alternative to the high-priced MDR-XB300, MDR-XB500, and MDR-XB700 models. Despite its very low price, the unit houses relatively large 40mm drivers that allow it to access 1500mw of power across a somewhat wide 12-22,000Hz frequency range. Plus it’s closed, dynamic design helps it keep out ambient noise. One thing to note is the incorporation of Oxygen-Free Copper Litz cables, which help reduce signal noise and thereby insure high quality audio.

Features
  • Over-the-Head Studio Monitors
  • Inexpensive Counterpart to MDR-XB Series
  • Closed, Supra-Aural Design
  • Large Neodymium Drivers
  • Wide Freqnecy Range
  • Oxygen-Free Cables
  • Reduced Signal Disturbance
  • No Ambient Noise
  • Minimal Tangling
Specifications
  • Type: Over the Head
  • Cord: Oxygen-Free Copper Litz
  • Cord Length: 3.3ft
  • Power: 1500 mW
  • Sensitivity: 100 dB
  • Driver Unit: 40 mm dome
  • Frequency: 12-22,000Hz
  • Plug: Unimatch
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