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Sony MDR-V300 Monitor Series Headphones with Folding Design

by Sony
111 customer reviews

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  • Supra-aural design for excellent listening comfort
  • Folding design for compact mobility; extremely lightweight (4.1 oz.)
  • 30 mm diameter drive units for delivery of broad frequency range
  • Double-sided oxygen-free copper cord; 10 feet long (3 meters)
  • Reversible earcups for single-sided monitoring
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Special Features Soft Cushion Sony MDR-V150 Headphones [Electronics] Dj-Style Noise-Isolating
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Dimensions 3.25 inches x 9.75 inches x 7 inches 3.15 inches x 9.45 inches x 6.89 inches 1 inches x 1 inches x 1 inches 9.59 inches x 7.53 inches x 3.9 inches
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Product Description

Closed Super-Aural Design Neodymium Magnets For Superior Sound Reversible Earcups 30Mm Driver Units For High-Quality Sound Compact Foldable Design Concealed Oxygen-Free Copper Cord Gold-Plated Mini Plug Includes Unimatch Plug Adapter Sleek Silver Metallic Finish

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 7 x 3.2 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00001W0DD
  • Item model number: MDRV300
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By ODB on May 20, 2000
Real clean highs, and good clean lows. Deep deep bass doesn't penetrate that loudly with these phones, they still are better than everything else in their price and size range.
Most suited for portable digital music devices. Some of the other "studio" headphones suck up all your portable player's amperage, this one needs less juice to give you louder sound.
I use them with a mp3/fm player, and have found that the mdr's long cord makes for great FM reception, (even when most of its length is folded up somwehere).
These headphones have a weak spot on the headband where two peices of plastic meet. I broke it on one side, duck-taped it fixed, and then broke it on the other side as well, (just for stuffing it in to a jacket pocket). So don't test the plastic. It can't take pressure.
Before you get these ones, look at the Sony MDR-501LP headphones listed in 'similar products'. They look like great sounding headphones...
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mike A. Bamford on August 23, 2003
i had been using a pair of sony MDR-V700DJ headphones for a while but only while at home but they are far from portable. well, i went to bestbuy in search of something new that i could carry around with my when walking around campus everyday that were comparable to the MDR-V700's. these headphones were just the ticket.
not only do they sound really great using either my aiwa cd player or arkos mp3 jukebox but they fit right into my small backpack with ease. understand this though, these headphones do not fold up like the MDR-V700's. that is something i wish i would have known before buying them. they simply collapse, meaning the ear pieces fold up and into the headband. the one problem is that they really don't stay that way. sometimes i just wrap a rubber band around them to keep them from harm.
these headphones do have really great sound for being so small and inexpensive. the bass is outstanding and the treble is matched pretty well. luckily my mp3 player has an eQ, otherwise the treble would sound a bit muddy. the headphones block out almost all outside noise, but you do hear just enough to know what's going on and that is surely a good thing walking around campus and crossing streets. i think that is what these headphones are best for . . .travel by foot or sitting in your office. i wouldn't suggest these for use as a club dj ( that's why i had the MDR-V700DJ's in the 1st place. they are untouchable ) nor would i suggest these headphones if you need something really small and portable.
it's give and take when chosing a pair of headphones. give up a little size for a little better sound. well these do a damn good job of balancing out the two. it would have 5 stars if only they folded up like the MDR-V700DJ's do and if the highs were just a little higher.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Scott K. Ibara on January 8, 2005
I read the reviews of the MDR-V300 on Amazon.com and other sites and I got exactly what I thought it was. I tend to read the reviews that give 1 or 2 stars to look for the negative aspects of the product and see if it's pretty consistent. Don't get me wrong, the MDR-V300 is a good product and I love it. Because of the other reviews, I didn't expect any more than I should have.

The sound quality is excellent. Typically, I listen to videos and music files on my laptop. Even the cheap walkman type headphones sound better than my laptop's built-in speakers. Although I'm not an audiophile, I don't think I could tell the difference from headphones that cost significantly higher.

The construction is pretty cheap. Other reviewers said that it's not rugged enough if you plan on travelling with them and take it in and out of bags or cases repeatedly. It's true, but if you use them only at home or at the office, then it should be tough enough. I only take it between home and the office, so they don't get much wear-and-tear anyway. Actually, I like it because the phones are very lightweight.

This is exactly what I paid for and I'm happy with the quality, construction, and price.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "debussyman" on May 15, 2002
I purchased these headphones after my previoius pair started giving me headaches and hurting my ears. When I pulled the Sonys out of the box, I thought how good sound could come from these small headphones. However, they sound better than my older, much larger pair, and even rival my friends Koss. I didn't find the bass overpowering as I've read in so many reviews. I listen to all types of music, and found that the bass is deep and broad and the treble very clear. What I did find is that the treble sounds very tinny compared to the rich, deep bass, but the bass does not overpower. As for comfort, I wear these headphones more than four hours each days, and they feel fine even after many hours. I have heard some complain that they press too hard against the ears, but these are very light and fit on the ears very well. I would recommend these to someone who can find a good price (I did). They are good quality, sound great, and very comfortable.
P.S. I use these to listen on my computer, and I did not evaluate them on smaller audio devices, if that matters.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A.Buuren on April 12, 2003
-Lightwieght
-Durable...so far
-Excellent Bass
-Good Treble
-Very Crisp Sounds
-Affordable
-Cool Design
-Fairly comfortable (I don't find it too hard on my ears even after 5+ hours of wearing them, but I have small ears).
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