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Sony MDR 201LP
1 Reviews
rating  1 of 5
MSRP  9.99
Description: - Lightweight open-air headphones are comfortable to wear, even for extended periods; also allow you to hear ambient sound.<br>- 30 mm diameter drive units are larger than most headphones for noticeably deeper bass, lower distortion and wider dynamic range; frequency response extends down to a low 14 Hz.<br>- Ferrite magnets for high energy in a modest size; help produce ample sound output-100 dB sensitivity.<br>- PET diaphragms ensure high rigidity for minimum distortion; low mass for high-frequency response all the way out to 20,000 Hz.<br>- Sony Acoustic Turbo Circuit for high efficiency; gets high sonic output from your portable stereo; extends bass response.<br>- Single-sided cord minimizes headphone cord tangles and nuisance.<br>- Sony UniMatch plug with fixed mini plug for portable use and phone plug for home use.


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Overall Rating:1
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Submitted by Randy Leong a Audiophile

Date Reviewed: November 10, 2001

Bottom Line:   
These Sony headphones are cheap to buy - but they're just as crappy as most of the headphones that come packaged with Walkman players. The MDR-201LP suffers from having no bass whatsoever, recessed lower mids, harsh upper mids and lower treble, nonexistent high treble... blech! (Nope, I didn't use any bass boost whatsoever when I tested these headphones.)And forget about using these headphones with newer portable players - you'll have to turn up the volume all the way to maximum just to hear them at a comfortable volume. Other, more expensive, better-sounding headphones are louder than this pile of s***!

As for durability... These headphones are a bit more durable than the cheaper MDR-101LPs, but may still break with typical use. The single-sided cord is more convenient than the Y-cord setup of the 101s.

Buyer Beware: You DEFINITELY get what you pay for.

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Used product for:   1 to 3 months

Duration Product Used:   Audiophile

Product model year:   1998

Price Paid:    $10.00




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