Sony MDRV50 Stereo Headphones

Sony MDRV50 Stereo Headphones 

USER REVIEWS

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[Mar 11, 2018]
audiophilex


Strength:

Good audio quality, neutral sound, clear, open-back, easy to drive

Weakness:

Stereo crosstalk, not too comfortable

Price Paid:
50
Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
1991
OVERALL
RATING
4
[Dec 31, 2002]
mata7
AudioPhile

Strength:

The plastic is resistent.

Weakness:

If you are wearing glasses (like I do), they could get unconfortable,because your ears are squized on the glasses...

I've had these headphones for quite a while. The sound is good if you are listening to rock, but if you are listening to hip-hop...the bass would need some improvments.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jul 23, 2000]
Randy L.
Audio Enthusiast

Weakness:

The earcups squeeze your ears like a vise, and durability is questionable. (The plastic near the headphone's weakest point began to crack.)

This is a review of the Sony MDR-V100Mk2 headphones (which is identical to the MDR-V50 except that it has a longer cord and a gold-plated plug). IMHO, the sound quality of these is better than the MDR-V200, but not as good as the MDR-V300. The drivers on these are the smallest I've seen on a home headphone. The bass is fairly deep and not boomy, the highs are a bit better than the MDR-V200, but the midrange is still a bit muffled. Overall, an average performer that is rather uncomfortable to wear.

Similar Products Used:

Sony MDR-V200, MDR-V300, MDR-V400

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
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