Sony MDR EX75SL
Product Type: Sony headphones
Description:Model ID MDREX75SLB.AE /
Newest Review: ... 'free' headphones that come with ipods , MD players - in ear ones looked a little too intrusive. I always found though on ... more
Customer Sony MDR EX75SL Reviews (4)
by - written on 02/02/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I purchased these headphones for £25 and thought that was exceptional value. The sound quality you get from these heaphones at such a low price really is fantastic. Most headphones that produce this quality of sound cost £60 and upwards, which is obviously a lot of cash to be paying for a lot of headphones. These headphones make high quality sound affordable and I can guarantee you will notice the difference in sound quality to a pair of £9.99 headphones. These headphones can product very sharp qualities of music and also have a fantastic range of 5Hz-23kHz. To put that in perspective most headphones of this price have a range of bout 18Hz-23kHz. This extra ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/09 (Very useful, 220 readings)
As I am back modelling I find myself doing a hell of a lot of travelling and most of it by train, so I also find myself listening to a lot of music either on my IPod or through my laptop but of course others on the train do not want to hear it so I need good earphones. I say good earphones because the IPod ones are NOT good, I purchased the Sony MDR-EX75SL earphones on the recommendation of a friend and my friend was spot on these are great earphones and very comfortable to use. These are the type of earphones that fit right inside the ear, this does two things in the main, it allows you to block out outside noise and it allows the input from your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/10 (Very useful, 59 readings)
After buying my Sony Ericcson W350i, I decided i would better and more comfortable headphones than the standard one that came in the phone box. So days after getting my phone at christmas i went into orange and purchased it. As soon as i got onto the bus i plugged them in and was totally thrilled at the comfort, the buds cushioned my ears and gave me amazing audio output. It went in with ease as it was built for the phone, most Sony Ericcsons have the same port and it fit in so snug. I could feel relaxed and enjoy the trip without any throbbing or discomforts, these were a godsend. I had heard about them before as many of my friends had Sony Ericcsons and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/11 (Useful, 18 readings)
I have bought these headphones several times - why , because for one reason or another they get lost on holiday or other travels. I have kept repurchasing these though for a reason. I used to only use the 'free' headphones that come with ipods , MD players - in ear ones looked a little too intrusive. I always found though on public transport or planes that background noide drowned out my music. These headphones really cure this problem by sealing your ear and insulating outside noises really well. Bass is strong and although I'm no audiophile , the sound they produce is less 'muddy' than other cheaper headphones I have tried. The cord length is ... Read the complete review
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