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Sony MDR10RDC Over-the-Ear Headphone

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  • Headphone Style: Over-the-Ear
  • Noise Cancelling: Not Available
  • Cushions: Leatherette
  • Dimensions: 8.1" x 3.0" x 10.2"
  • Product Weight: 1lbs
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Special Features Swivel Earcups fold flat for enhanced portability; Beat Response Control helps to deliver tighter, deeper bass by providing enlarged air vents that increase efficiency; Newly-developed 40mm driver units deliver broad, balanced, and accurate sound reproduction; Sony's Dual Noise Sensor technology combines external and internal microphones with a digital noise canceling engine to help eradicate ambient noise. Microphone-Feature Sony Noise-Isolation
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  • Swivel Earcups fold flat for enhanced portability; Beat Response Control helps to deliver tighter, deeper bass by providing enlarged air vents that increase efficiency; Newly-developed 40mm driver units deliver broad, balanced, and accurate sound reproduction; Sony's Dual Noise Sensor technology combines external and internal microphones with a digital noise canceling engine to help eradicate ambient noise.
  • Bring out the most in your music while canceling up to 99.4% of ambient noise with this Dual Noise Sensor technology; Has a passive listening mode that works even if the batteries die; Included with headphones is a detachable 3.5mm cord, carrying case, airplane adapter, gold-plated L-shaped stereo mini plug; AAA battery

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00H0PWF06
  • Item model number: MDR10RDC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 1, 2013

Product Description

Unmistakable Sony sound. Superior comfort. Precision noise canceling. They’re everything great headphones should be. Bring out the most in your music while canceling up to 99% of ambient noise with our exclusive Dual Noise Sensor technology. With a passive listening mode that works even if the batteries die, plus super comfortable ear pads, these head phones don’t miss a beat—and neither will you.

Customer Reviews

Noise cancelation works very well.
William Eigenmann
They have good sound, comfortable to wear, and have a stylish design.
Paul
I recommend it for those who are thinking of trying it out.
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81 of 81 people found the following review helpful By skydog1956 on December 16, 2013
I just bought a pair of these for my wife. I have used Bose Quiet Comfort headphones for several years (currently using Quiet Comfort 15) and so I was curious as to how these would compare to the Bose. I did the comparison two ways: first, I listened to the same track of music, then I simulated a noise environment by turning on a large shop fan to medium. With respect to music, I would rate the Sony's better than the Bose. With the Sony's AINC setting "on" the gain from the Sony was better than the Bose (i.e. volume from identical source was somewhat higher on the Sony). I especially liked the low end on the Sony's better. With respect to the noise cancellation feature, the Bose are clearly superior. However for the price differential, I don't think it justifies the (unreasonable) premium that Bose charges. I would recommend these as an alternative to the Bose and at more or less half the price, you can afford a few more tunes for your music library.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Wai Hong Lee on January 21, 2014
My 6 years old Sennheiser PXC250 was dying so I started looking around for a replacement. Just for fun I went to Best Buy to try out the Bose QC15 and that is a great headset but I was not about to spend $299 for it. Couple days ago I came across the 10RDC at GTM (on sale for $85) so I thought I give this a try and I am glad I did

Pro: While the noise cancellation is not as good as the QC15 (nothing is as good as the QC 15), it is very good. I work in a noisy computer lab with lots of servers running and this headphones was able to block out most of the noise. Also, unlike the PXC250, which has LOTS of white noise when the noise cancellation is on, there is almost no white noise when the noise cancellation is turned on.

The music quality is great. I normally listens to lots of classical and instrumental music and this reproduce the music very well. I was able to hear some sound in the background that I have not been able to hear on the PXC250. The brass is not overpowering like Beat or some of the other headphones but enough to mix in the sound well. The music is pretty good without NC turned on.

Con:
While the headphones cup over the ears well, if I turn my head too quickly, they do slide off a bit and allow external noise to come in.

Update:
I went on a trip for work and wore the headphones on the plane. I was seated at the very end of the plane, right next to the engine. The headphone worked very well; it blocked out most of the noise from the engine and I was able to watch my movie and listen to MP3s without cranking the volume all the way up. Some noise did leak through and I still had problems when I move my jaw as stated in my previous post. Overall, I am pretty happy with the headphones.

Overall this is a good headset.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By WEIQI LI on January 21, 2014
I had an Audio-Technica ANC-7 for many years and one of its ear cups is cracking, so I am looking for a new NC headphone as I frequently travel across Pacific to Asia. I found this Sony MDR-10RDC in Costco and I am glad I bought it.

Noise-Cancellation: With Sony's AINC switch to "on", it works surprisingly well. I can say it is better than my ANC-7. I used it on a 3 hour flight and it cancels out the jet noise nicely.

Confort: This is a closed ear design and ear cups are confortable for long-time wear. It is also a low profile, so it does not look bulky on your head.

Sound Quality: I think it produces a very balanced sound quality. A good thing is that when the NC is turned off (or battery is dead) it can be used as a regular headphone, and sound quality is also very good.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Qiang on January 19, 2014
I purchased it recently. Hopefully my review here can be help you make your decisions.

The only difference between the MDR-10RNC and MDR-10RDC is that the RNC has an extra wire with control for which I don't care - I can adjust the volume on the device. Extra $60 for that wire is just insane....

Noise canceling performance - a little better than Bose quiet comfort 15 or 3.
However, I do hear a minor hiss sound when the noise canceling is turned on. You can only hear it when it is really quiet. But if you are in a quiet environment - why do you want to turn on the noise canceling? The best noise canceling headphones in the market can decrease the noise greatly and you ended up with a small noise left (assuming their hisses are smaller). In this case what you heard is about the same volume, but instead of the decreased ambient noise, you hear the hiss. What's the big deal?

Sound quality - considering the $200 price, it performs as expected, at least equivalent to the competitors in this price range. In addition, I want to point out that the bass is pretty good.

Comfort - very comfortable to wear. Bose qc headphones will be a little more comfortable, but for long travels, the MDR-10RDC is definitely good. I need to point our that the Audio-Technica ATH ANC7b is too small for my head (for many others too), so I was skeptical before buying another pair of Japanese headphones. Fortunately, everything turned out OK - no problem here.

I needed a good noise canceling headphone. Based on my experience, this one is obviously the best considering the noise canceling performance, sound quality, comfort and price. Five star, no doubt.
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