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Sony MDR-EX210B/BLK Earbud Style Headphones

by Sony
443 customer reviews
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  • Enhanced performance delivers rich, dynamic sound
  • 13.5mm driver units provide dynamic audio performance
  • Vertical, in-the-ear style for wearing comfort
  • Edgy style with youthful colors
  • 3 sizes of hybrid silicone earbuds for a secure fit
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Technical Details

Color: Black | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Noise-Canceling-Feature

Product Description

Color: Black | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging

For rich sound with comfort and attitude it's the Sony MDR-EX210B. 13.5mm driver units reproduce wide dynamic range while the closed design sits comfortably in your ear.

Product Details

Color: Black | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 1.6 x 6.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B007BY3PBE
  • Item model number: MDR-EX210B/BLK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (443 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 19, 2012

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166 of 170 people found the following review helpful By J Carra TOP 100 REVIEWER on May 30, 2013
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Blue Verified Purchase
I have an addiction. I admit it. When I see headphones go up on lightning deals I instinctively hit buy. I have owned at least a dozen earbuds over the past few years. Everything from $5-$115. I am active and use these at the gym daily. I don't do cardio but sweat a ton when I work out. Before I even get into pros/cons let me tell you that these are the first pair to last 3 months without issue. No fading, no one ear out, nothing!

Lets start:

Pros:

7/14/2014 - I'm going out of order here, time traveling above parts of my review that we're written earlier. I told you below that I would check in on the one year anniversary and I missed it. OVER A YEAR LATER and these things are just as good as the day I got them. A few silicone pieces came off (my fault) but besides that they are perfect. Good quality electronics need to be celebrated and we NEED to push business in this direction. The horrible builds of items like J-Labs are gaining market share because their customer service swarms you notion that you should review quick and they put more money into the follow up emails than the quality of the headphones themselves. If you want a long standing quality earbud buy these now. . . . or read the below for more encouragement.

11/22/2013 update - 6 Months with no sound degradation. The hole in my heart that Sony has created is one that can never be filled. The days of rationalizing impulse headphone purchases are over. No longer will I feel the smooth lining of an unopened package of headphones. The thrill of the unknown, which is to say the inopportune times in which one ear would suddenly cut out mid workout. Sony has taken the fun of online shopping from me by making these headphones perfect. I guess i'll have to find another impulse purchase hobby.
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Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Black Verified Purchase
Sony MDR-EX210B $25
Philips SHE6000 $18
Klipsch IMAGE S4 $69
Sony MDR-ED12LP $12
JVC HAFX1X vs $18
Etymotic ER23-HF3 $100

Winner: Sony MDR-EX210B

I have been listening to a lot of EDM, House, and Trance lately. I needed something with good bass. Not just muffled loud bass, but clear bass. I also of course I also wanted crystal clear mid's and high's.

I tested all headphones with popular song "Walls" by Ned Shepard & Tiesto. In the first few seconds of the song there is a thundering bass that fades. Sony MDR-EX210B was the only headphone that allowed me to distinguish between the different bass notes and it felt thundering in an enclosed space like in a movie theater or at a rave right in front of the speakers, but yet was still crystal clear. 5 stars on comfort as well. Thanks Sony, you've still got it!
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62 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Jason L. Schedler on August 14, 2012
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Black Verified Purchase
I have used a lot of different headphones. Bose, Klipsh, Sony, Panasonic...etc. These Sony earbuds, for around $30, offer the best value by far. I have used mine for only about two weeks so I can't speak to durability but the range they deliver is superior to most other earbud style headphones I have tried. They come with three different sizes (for the ear piece). The middle ones fit my ears perfectly and don't slip when I'm working out (mainly running). Terrific bass and crisp treble. The only other headphones I have tried that are comparable cost around $100.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ji-Yon on July 26, 2013
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Blue Verified Purchase
I'm not really an Audiophile, but I play the Piano, Guitar and Cello, so i know if something is out of tune or not right. Sony is known for their sound engineering throughout the years and I was kinda skeptical becuase of the price, but to be staight forward, These Earphones are comparable to brands like Bower & Wilkins, AKG and Harman Kardon, even with 16-bit music.
It comes with a nice bag and a small cord adjuster.

My Review: Sound adapts to any genre and is really clear, better than brands that people claim, like Bose.

Comfort: No ear Pain so far, Silicone is soft and doesn't have that "stiff rubber feel".
Bass: Very Defined Surround feel, Studio quality, Perfect for listening to Orchestra Symphonies, Bass solos, Rock and Pop.
Mids: Perfect
Highs: Doesn't produce an annoying high sound, good definition with Violin music and Pop.
Sustain: Great
Vocals: It's like the singer is singing beside you.
Noise Isolation: reduces around 70% in Noisy environments.

has a minor hiss with some devices.

Been using it for 1 Month.
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55 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Shawn on June 12, 2012
Package Type: Standard PackagingColor: Black
I paid about $20 at Walmart for these, but after owning them for some three years, I would gladly pay the $49 here to replace them. They show no signs of breaking or wearing out, however, and their sound quality is just as good as ever. They produce strong bass and mids with no compromise in clarity. (As a bass player of seven years, I appreciate this more than most.) The muffled - too much mids - sound found in standard I-pod headphones is nonexistent, and the piercing - too much highs - sound found in others is not there either. These headphones maintain a perfect balance of sound throughout all kinds of music. They are also more comfortable than any other pair of headphones I have ever worn. It is possible to listen for hours without any discomfort so long as I am wearing the right size earpiece. (They give you three: small, medium, and large. I use small.)
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