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Sony MDR-J10 h.ear Headphones with Non-Slip Design (Black)
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- Open-air headphones clip into the ear via a vertical design
- Non-slip design is perfect for active pursuits like exercising and dancing
- 13.5 mm diameter driver used for small size and delivery of deep bass
- Neodymium magnets provide maximum energy with minimal size
- Tangle-free cord (3.5 feet) is adjustable and stores away in backpack or purse
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First, the good. They're very light and reasonably comfortable for something that's sticking just into your ear. No problem. The clips work very well -- no matter how hard I work I can't get them to fall off. It might help that they tend to get tangled in my hair. I personally prefer the clip style to a headband -- this way, there's absolutely nothing to bounce around while you're running. I should also mention that they look very sleek worn.
The cable features an adjustable restraint, above the normal fixed thing that marks the beginning of the dual cord, so you'll never have too much cord flying around your neck.
Second, the bad. The cord is a bit shorter than I'm used to, but hey, no problem. The sound from these features a whole lot of midrange without a lot of bass or even treble definition. You have to remember, however, that the drivers in these things measure in at like thirteen millimeters, so if you're expecting Sennheiser clarity, you're looking at the wrong headphones.
Overall, these earclips are quite satisfactory. They do what they need to do: They stay on no matter what, and they transmit music from your walkman/discman/MP3 player to your ears. If you're looking for headphones to wear while doing active things, then these are great. It needs to be mentioned that, with music playing all up in your eardrums, these things do a startling job at blocking out other noises, so be careful not to jog into a moving van or anything. Safety first!
They are definitely small, and I like the design. They hook completely over your ears, and the ear piece goes inside your ear. Once I figured out how to slip them on, they stay on, no falling off or sliding around. But they're not so tight that they give me a headache or hurt my ears, thankfully. The earbuds are fairly comfortable- some days they need adjusting, other days not.
These headphones leak hardly any sound! I've performed a bunch of tests with friends, with me asking "can you hear anything now?" I wasn't anywhere nears as cool as the guy in the cell phone commercials, but everyone I asked did assure me they couldn't hear my music, even when I played it pretty loud.
They have one neat little feature I didn't consider when buying but certainly appreciate- the "tangle-free cord." Most headphones are made up of one cord which splits at a fixed point. However, that point, or junction, is not fixed on these, which means you can pull up the little piece of plastic to join the two loose strings for easy storage. Or, split the cord entirely, all the way down to the jack, and give an earphone to somebody else.
These fit the bill if you're looking for a comfortable, cheap, easy-to-store pair of headphones, and even though they're not quite the perfect ones for me, they're a solid buy.
Both Sony models are similar in sound, but the MDR-J11g has a better quality feel to it, and the plastic housing seems stronger. They both fit my ears good, and speaker fits into the ear canal and stays there no matter how much jumping around I do. I can't see these falling off during a jog.
However, the Koss seems a better choice out of the three. The sound is clearer and the earpiece has a foam cover which makes it comfortable when I'm wearing it for extended periods. Also, the metal clip is easily bendable so I can make it conform to my ear perfectly, and it won't fall off no matter what.
I tend to lean toward Sony products when purchasing electronics, and the Sony headphones have a nice, futuristic appearance. But I have to go with practicality, good sound, and comfort on this review ... so Koss is my favorite of the three.
It is easy to fold up, and small enough to slip in your pocket, as well as producing high quality bass boosted sound that often makes my computer speakers seem tame!
By far, it is the best earphones I've ever had in life... about four or five times in a row.
Just like another reviewer, the EXACT SAME PROBLEM has occured to me in EVERY SINGLE PAIR I'VE OWNED! For about $10 lowest retail price, $12 dollars highest, these things have lasted at least 3 months, and at most a year, until the LEFT earbud simply shuts off. The wire leading in to the earbud either comes loose, or dissolves with use. If I held the wire at odd angles, the earbud would work, but otherwise it is simply finished.
My first pair was blue. The second was orange. The third was blue. The fourth was black. The fifth was lime green. This last one, which broke the record for how long it has lasted, was blue. Not one of these pairs have lasted longer than a year (except for the most recent pair) and they have ALL SUFFERED THE EXACT SAME ISSUE---THE LEFT EARBUD BREAKS.
In some cases, it had been justified---one pair I had was crumpled in my backpack, causing the left earbud to come apart---but it STILL worked. For most of the others, they had endured no rough conditions that normal earphones shouldn't easily rupture from. Even airport headphones have lasted longer!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Feels cheap, provides terrible sound quality, doesn't stay on your ears. How anyone can rate these headphones higher, I do not know. I threw them away almost immediately.Published 10 hours ago by Fun Bags
I got the blue pair and for $37, I thought they would be better than this. Terrible audio quality (very, very tinny) and has a constant crackling noise! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Emily Scheer
a wire starts to break where it enters the housing, sound goes in and out then finally stops altogether. my 2nd pair just quit working. Lasts a couple years or so. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Kev
This is my second set of these ear buds but the last set lasted years before one of the buds stopped working. Most earbuds make my ears sore. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Haras
I feel I am being quite generous with giving this product 3 stars. In past years, I have enjoyed great sound quality, low price and longevity, but my latest purchase lasted less... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Frederick Bottom
The wrapping and package item was already open when I opened the delivery box. This product is knock off from original Sony brand, I can tell because of the lightness and cheapness... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
I have used these headphones to study and run with. They are great! I was just looking them up online to buy a new backup pair (I usually keep two on hand) but saw the price has... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Super Sarah
They fasten securely around your ears and the design enables them to stay put. They will not fall off or shift position during your strenuous workouts such as running... Read more