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Sony MDR10R Hi-Res Stereo Wired Headphones (White)

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Hi-Res
White
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  • Enjoy broad frequency response
  • Tight bass response
  • Enjoy extended comfort
  • Swivel function for improved portability
  • Compact Carrying Pouch
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Technical Details

Style: Hi-Res | Color: White | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
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Product Description

Style: Hi-Res | Color: White | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging

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Hi-Res Stereo Headphones

Hi-Res Stereo Headphones

Unmistakable Sony sound. Superior comfort. Premium design. They’re everything great headphones should be. Bring out the most in your music with wide-frequency, 40mm drivers and Beat Response Control for strong bass. With ultra-comfortable ear pads, plus a remote mic cord with smartphone control for changing tracks and making calls, these headphones don’t miss a beat—and neither will you.

Enjoy broad frequency response

Enjoy broad frequency response

Newly-developed 40mm driver units deliver broad, balanced, and accurate sound reproduction for an exceptional listening experience. With Compatible Hi-Res audio content you'll hear every detail with extended frequency response from 5Hz all the way up to 40kHz.

Tight bass response

Tight bass response

The Beat Response Control design delivers tight and deep bass response, just perfect for today’s music.

Enjoy extended comfort

Enjoy extended comfort

Pressure-relieving cushions wrap around your ears for a comfortable acoustic seal and powerful bass response.

Swivel function for improved portability

Swivel function for improved portability

And for when the music is over, swivel earcups fold flat and compact for enhanced portability.

Plays well with Apple and Android1

Plays well with Apple<sup></sup> and Android<sup></sup><sup>1</sup>

The perfect companion for your Android smartphone, a configurable, (via SmartKey App2), in-line remote with microphone delivers personalized music and call functionality. Also compatible with Apple devices.1

Compact Carrying Pouch

Compact Carrying Pouch

A compact carrying pouch is included to keep your headphones and accessories secure.

Product Specifications

  • Driver Unit:40 mm, dome type (CCAW adopted) Diaphragm
  • Frequency Response:5 - 40,000 Hz
  • Power Handling Capacity:1500 mW (IEC)
  • Sensitivity (db):100 dB/mW
  • Case Type:Carrying Pouch
  • Design:Circum Aural, Stereo
  • Headband:Metallic Band
  • Magnet:High-energy Neodymium
  • Plug:Two L-shaped mini plugs supplied: Gold-plated, stereo
    Gold-plated, four conductor
  • Type of Use:Portable and Home
  • Cord:Two single-sided, tangle-free cords: Stereo, detachable
    In-line remote/microphone for smartphone, detachable
  • Headphone Type:Closed supra-aural, Dynamic
  • Microphone:Omni directional, electret condenser (29 - 20 kHz frequency range
    -40 dB (0 dB = 1 V/Pa)
  • Remote Control:Basic: Play/Pause, Answer/End
    Via SmartKey App: personalized functionality
  • Impedance:40 ohms at 1 kHz
  • Cord Length (Approx.):Stereo Connecting Cable-47 1/4 in. (1.2 m)
    Smartphone Control Cable-47 1/4 in. (1.2 m)
  • Weight (Approx.):6.35 oz. (180 g.)




1Compatible with Android 4.0 Devices supporting CTIA 3.5 mm standard and ICS or later. Availability of the “VoiceOver” feature depends on the iPhone and its software version. Button functionality may vary depending on the smartphone.
2Subject to app terms and conditions.
3Interoperability and compatibility among Bluetooth devices may vary.
4Actual performance varies based on settings, environmental conditions, and usage.

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Product Details

Style: Hi-Res | Color: White | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 3 x 10.2 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00F2OA3NS
  • Item model number: MDR10R/WHI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (504 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 5, 2013

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Customer Reviews

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165 of 173 people found the following review helpful By J. Hui on November 18, 2013
Style Name: BluetoothPackage Type: Standard PackagingColor: Black
Last year I picked up and reviewed the MDR-1RBT headphones from Sony, this year they released a "budget" model, the MDR-10RBT and will also be releasing the MDR-1RBTmk2; which will have the same design as the 1RBT.

Since one of the issues I had previously was the quality and build of the 1RBT to begin with, the 10RBT has corrected everything I ever disliked about the "flagship" model of the line. The thinner headband (which is metal under the cushion) and more sleek lines are much appreciated for portable use. They picked up a few of the better design cues from the Parrot Zik headphones that were "designed by Stark"; mixing it with the better looking parts of the 1R line, for just a damn good looking pair of headphones. These headphones also retail for $150 less than the 1RBTs and weigh a bit less. Some may feel that they used cheaper materials in the 10RBT but I certainly do not feel that way. The materials are on par, with the hinge of the ear cups having a wider turning radius in both directions than ANY of the Sony headphones I've used, besides the "DJ" models that turn all the way around. The ear cups themselves seem to be better stitched and look less "home sewn". The fit of the headphone is pretty loose, but not as loose as the 1RBTs. I prefer that they are a little more snug so I can get a good seal on my head to prevent the headphones from moving. I also have a pretty big head, though not enormous. I am comfortable with the adjustment down about 1 or 2 notches down on each side.

Sound quality is on-par with the 1RBT, I think these are slightly less bass-y and a tinge muddier on the low end but over the first 3 hours I used the 10RBTs they progressively got better and more sounded clear. So a burn-in is definitely necessary on these headphones.
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77 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Inspired Imaging on July 6, 2014
Style Name: BluetoothPackage Type: Standard PackagingColor: Black
I was looking for a pair of bluetooth headphones for working around the house that wouldn't break the bank. I've already done that with a a pair of Sennheiser HD-700 and HE-500 and other pieces of "high end" gear. Ultimately, I just want to be able to use my iPhone 5S or iPad to stream music without wires. My two choices were the MDR10RBT and Bose AE2W. Since I already have a pair of AE2i and QC15, I was initially leaning towards the Bose but the Sony had such good reviews that I had to give them a try.

The short -
The Sony are well worth their money and, at half the price, a compelling purchase. IF you have the ability to EQ a little, or you really like strong bass, then they're amazing. If you prefer a "lighter" sound and have the extra money, the Bose are great headphones. For me, the Sony paired with my iPhone are good with the built in music app, and great when paired with the Equalizer app after some fine tuning (-6dB at 80Hz and +2 at about 4500Hz). It's amazing when paired with my macbook with an eq in iTunes. Here's why...

The Long -
I'm writing this to try to help clarify some of the bluetooth audio confusion out there...

There are a number of different flavors of bluetooth audio. The most common are SBC, AAC, and Apt-X. The Sony headphones can do all three. FWIW, the Bose cannot use the Apt-X protocol, but does use the AAC and high-end SBC protocols.

Here's the breakdown (as I understand them):
SBC - the most basic protocol. Bitrates can vary a lot, anywhere up to 256Kb. As the handshake happens, the bitrate gets set and can change depending upon connection quality. Good connection = good quality sound. Not exactly CD, but good. Bad connection = FM radio quality.
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87 of 90 people found the following review helpful By David L. Griffin on June 12, 2014
Style Name: Noise-CancelingPackage Type: Standard Packaging
About 4 years ago, on a whim, I bought a pair of Able Planet Clarity Active Noise Canceling (ANC) headphones for $69 off Groupon. Not familiar with the brand and the noise canceling technology, I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the product. The fidelity sounded great, the ANC feature worked well and they had a really solid build. However, I learned that I had to be cautious about putting them in airplane seat pockets while flying as the battery cover would slide off when I grabbed them exiting the plane. Well, it finally happened. In a hurry to catch a connecting flight I snagged my headphones from the pocket of the seat in front of me and carried them to my connecting gate. By the time I realized the battery cover was gone, it was too late. I suddenly found myself in the market for a new set of noise canceling headphones. Although I love the Able Planet cans, I decided to actually do some research before I bought a new pair of ANC phones. Besides, I wanted to find a different brand for which I didn’t have to worry about losing the battery cover. I set my budget at $200 - $300 but really didn’t want to reach the upper end of the price range. I’m a “best bang for my buck” kind of guy.

Being somewhat a tightwad and a researcher, I began my search for a new set of cans by scouring the internet for prices and reading “professional” reviews of the various products. I decided on several models but didn’t want to buy until I was able to try them out. After fairly extensive research I decided to try-out the following headphones: AKG K 490 NC ($214); Bose QuietComfort 15 ($299); Polk UltraFocus 8000 NC ($299); and Audio Technica ATH-ANC7b QuietPoint ($179).
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