Product Type: Sony headphones
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Nice Practical headphones
Sony MDR V150
Member Name: Bobisme25
Sony MDR V150
Advantages: Nice, practical, and cheap
Disadvantages: It's pretty buly
I bought the headphones months ago for around twenty dollars, and I have to say that these are the best headphones for people who can't afford to pay hundreds of dollars for simple headphones. I don't get why people bother paying hundreds of dollars for turtle beach or beats. Which is why I call these headphones practical because they're inexpensive and will save you a hundred dollars. The sound is nice and fits nicely on my head. They're even adjustable for people with slightly bigger heads. I also liked how It came with a 1/4 inch adaptor which most headphones and earphones don't come with. I don't like how it's extremely buly though. The Cable is a lot longer than most headphones so it hits the floor if you're walking around with it in use. But he length of the cable also has it advantage with being longer than six feet which lets you be around two yards away from your music player or what ever you're using it for. Its design also looks better than some headphones. With the money you save from buying these you'll be able to get some extra pocket money for spending.
Summary: Nice practical headphones.
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