Sony Studio Monitor Series MDRV150 Headphone


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Sony's MDRV150 Studio Monitor Series Headphones feature Supra-Aural Design for excellent listening comfort. Also included are the 30mm diameter drivers for deep bass, high-energy ferrite magnets, reversible earcups for single-sided monitoring, a wide molded headband for long-lasting comfort, and a Stereo UniMatch Plug. Indulge yourself in amazing sound. Sony will show you how.

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Product Type: Headphone

General Features: Gold Plated

Color: Black

Headphone Type: Ear-cup, Over-the-head

Headset Type: Stereo

Interface Connection: Mini-phone


Product Title: Sony Studio Monitor Series MDRV150 Headphone

Manufacturer: Sony

Lowest Price: $99.95 from NewEgg Marketplace

Power Score: 3.7 | 19 Reviews

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Product Reviews (13)

decent for the price

Strengths: pretty good sound, does an ok job of canceling out the sound from outside

Weakness: cord is way too long, makes ears hurt after wearing for a while, durability

i bought this for my long sit-downs in front of Photoshop and also school papers, but I soon found out that about halfway through (about an hour) the ears start to hurt. just recently one of the sides of the pieces that hold the actual speaker snapped off, so another trip to walmart, but for the price it's ok. this is definitely not a set to listen to your ipod with, the cord is far too long. i'm...
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By anonymous; - Oct 20, 2007

I love these cans!

Strengths: Lightweight, superior sound quality, thick cord, comfortable, portable

Weakness: Really long cord, feel kind cheap...

Just got these at Target for $20, and I am amazed. They isolate enough noise so you don't have to turn the volume up all the way to hear your music. I bought these for use on the go with my iPod (I hate earbuds), and am very impressed. I'm gonna need a cord wrap though, cause the cord is really long. I read that they break kinda easy, but I'm careful with my stuff, so I doubt that that's gonna...
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By ryanmacguy - Jun 8, 2007

Great Headphones

Strengths: Amazing sound quality for all music. Plug-in to amplifier.

Weakness: They are awkward if you wear glasses with them (at least with plastic framed glasses). Chord is too long.

I use these headphones everyday and when my first pair broke, I purchased the same ones. Also, these are great in the studio and even just for everyday listening. They are affordable and I believe they are worth every penny.

By stef_ios - Mar 19, 2007

Not very durable

Strengths: Decent sound for the price

Weakness: Easy to break. Made my ears sore after wearing them for an hour or so.

I had two of these. Both of them broke in the same way. I guess it's good marketing to make things that don't last and must be replaced.

By traviow - Feb 23, 2007

great for the price

Strengths: good sound, long cord, good low range

Weakness: Both ear height adjustments have broken

These are great headphones for the price, I had to strech the head band out so that it was comfortable on my ears, the plastic did not seem like it would break. Once I steched out the head band the adjustments no longer broke (I glued them to fix them).

By anonymous; - Jan 5, 2007

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