Sony MDR-XB600 Extra Bass 40mm Driver Premium Headphones
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- 40mm diaphragms for deep, powerful bass (4-24Hz)
- Direct vibe structure for superior bass response
- Pressure relieving foam ear pads for long-term comfort
- Dual folding design folds compact for storage
- Y-type, flat, tangle-proof serrated cord (1.2m)
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|Dimensions||8.8 inches x 6.8 inches x 4.1 inches||5.91 inches x 9.84 inches x 7.9 inches||1 inches x 1 inches x 1 inches||10 inches x 9 inches x 4 inches|
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Tap into the pure power of premium bass with 40mm drivers engineered to deliver hard-hitting hooks the way the artist intended. Innovative direct-vibe structure creates a tightly sealed acoustic design making for an incredibly high level of sound isolation while also allowing for the reproduction of a more powerful extended bass sound. Newly-developed ear pads made of pressure-relieving urethane foam provide ultra-comfort and superb noise-isolation, while a dual-folding design makes it possible to reverse the ear pads for listening flexibility and hassle-free portability. Tangle-discouraging flat cord won't crimp your style with unsightly snarls.
Specially designed, powerful drivers deliver deep and powerful bass that perfectly complements today’s popular music genres.
A tightly sealed acoustic design allows for a high level of sound isolation which aides in the reproduction of powerful and extended bass sound.
Newly-developed seamless, noise isolating ear pads use pressure relieving urethane foam for not only an outstanding fit, but reduced ambient noise.
Dual folding design
Compact for portability yet affording listening flexibility, the reversible earpads let you enjoy music in many ways.
The durable, 1.2 m flat cord has a serrated finish that reduces tangles, so you can get caught up in your music, not your cord.
Top Customer Reviews
I went to Bestbuy set on getting the Sony V55's. Luckily, they head both the MDRXB600 right next to the V55's. After spending about 15 minutes listening to both, I thought the low's on the XB600 sounded better and the headband had more padding.
I brought the XB600's home, plugged them into my Nexus 7 and I couldn't believe how great they sounded. TI listened to Bob Marley Legends album and these head phones sound incredible. The bass is tight and pronounced, but not muddy like the Dr. Drye's I'm very happy with these and I'm very glad my headphone hunt is over.
In order to compare effectively the three models, I will use my Iphone unamplified since they are meant for portable use. The tracks I will use are those that I always use when trying to compare headphones, because I love them first but also because I know how they should sound and more importantly because they provide a good sample of music genres and tonalities. The tracks will be the following:
- Ultrasone Sound test Siley Put short (Jazz, Binaural recording perfect for localization of sounds).
- Ultrasone sound test Wellen track 7 (sound of water waves perfect for the head stage definition).
- Frank Sinatra: How insensitive (Jazz, good also for localization of sounds).
- Robin Thicke: Lost Without you (Perfect for the voice testing).Read more ›
Now, I have owned the xb700 for a year, while I enjoy trolling on the street with a pair of oversized trucker wheels on my head, they are just not that pleasant to wear unless you intend on using these for cold weather ear warmers. They are the most valuable bang for bucks in their old xb3 5 7 1k lineup, or at least for me as an eclecticist--balance is everything-price, sound.
The xb600 improved on the xb600's cord(easily dirty) and make it textured and hard this time(striped).
The Xb700 have way more spacy pads that are over ear, soooo "over ear" and my XXL ears do not touch anything at all(these ears get irritated in a V Moda lp). The sound is therefore coming in from your outer ear&into your canal, way more spacial than xb600, which, although on ear, has a much better seal in its structure, and does not involve much your outer ear for sound feeding. This makes the xb700 however, inferior to xb600 for portable sound. Both have sound holes, and the xb700 have three stripe holes on each outer casing, which makes the xb700 nearly open design and sounding, and if you listen to eminem in the library with xb700, you will get beaten eminem style.
The XB600 does not have nearly as much issue with sound leakage. It has only 2 tiny hole on each end.
As for the xb600, these things have very very very classy look. The brown synthetic leather is charming as hell, although the brown plastic is cheap looking.Read more ›
1. INCREASED BASS RESPONSE
I tested these with jazz fusion, reggae, psychedelia, and modern rock like Thievery Corperation, Porcupine Tree and Flaming Lips. I found that older music like the Rolling Stones late 60s albums, which hasnt been over limited, will sound VASTLY improved when played over the Sony headphones. After listening to Beggars Banquet, I took off the SONY headphones and listened to the Stones thru PHILIPS O'NEILL "The Bend" SHO4200bb headphones. WOW. The PHILIPS O'NEILL headphones made the music sound small, boxy, and weak, compaired to the Sony. I also compaired these Sony headphones to Philips CITYSCAPE headphones. The SONY still sounded far better than the Philips CITYSCAPE headphones. Jazz, reggae, and my 60s psychedelia, like Captain Beefheart, sounded VASTLY improved on the SONY headphones. The extra bass punch makes the music come alive. Its much closer to listening to music without headphones on, which is the goal, right?
2.HIGH SENSITIVITY XB DRIVERS
I find it amazing, that these SONY headphones are 30-40% LOUDER.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had to return mine because it is too big for my head. Every time i move my head, the headphones slide off. The bass is excellent on these. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kira
I will say that yes I do own a pair of these and I absolutely adore them, BUT, they have some really disappointing flaws. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Daniel R.
Best headphones you can buy for the price. Cannot go wrong! They reproduce sounds amazingly well, and would suit any DJ, music lover, or sound tech just fine.Published 2 months ago by Dj rOnO
The only problem: the leather on the ear drums will wear off and the ear drum foams may fall off. It's impossible to get the parts, but if you bought it within a year, you can... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tony
I've owned this for maybe a 1 year and 3 months. The headphones has it's up's and down's. I'll start out with the negatives: For each side of the headphones each speaker the I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Luke