Sony MDR-G 52
Product Type: Sony headphones
Description:Price: 23 £ / Headphone-Type: Neck / Design: Open / Wireless: No / Infrared: No
Newest Review: ... use the phones with a keyboard and Roland JV 880 - the sound is gorgeous: my violinist uses the phones too when I am ... more
Customer Sony MDR-G 52 Reviews (4)
by Allan (Netherlands) - written on 19/08/08
It's a really great thing! I do not know how long i had it, but it was more than 2 years. And I wore that thing very often. I had to replace it, because the rubber was starting to come off. When that happens, you cannot wear it anymore. It has great sound, although the bass could be a little bit louder. The headfones are starting to hurt after wearing it for a while, because the spot where it leans on your ears, has no rubber.But personally I am able to take these disadvantages because of the great sound ( for this price ) and the simplicity of use.
by - written on 08/03/04, updated on 08/03/04
Nice - Advantages: Sound quality!, If the pads come off, there are secondary pads underneath., You can chew on the cord? - Disadvantages: Take a little while to get used to.
by - written on 08/12/03, updated on 05/01/05 (Useful, 3347 readings)
I use the phones with a keyboard and Roland JV 880 - the sound is gorgeous: my violinist uses the phones too when I am accompanying and it works well. Great timbre, very subtle up and down the keyboard. The lightness of the phones is a great advantage, one is scarcely aware of them. Art first I found the sound slightly scrathct compare dto what I was used to (old Sennheiser with a booming bass whcih I had got used to) but with familiarity I cannot now use the Sennheiser's - the sound is too coarse. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/03, updated on 26/09/03
No annoying sitar music! - Advantages: look cool, cheap, don't bleed annoying sitar sound - Disadvantages: the Indian in the next cube doesn't use them, the cushy earpads are starting to wear thin, L-shaped 1/8" plug causes wear on the wire
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