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Sony MDRZX110NC Noise Cancelling Headphones
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- Over-ear, Noise-isolating Headphones. Connectivity Technology: Wired
- 30mm Neodymium Driver
- Up To 80 Hours Of Battery Life
- Frequency response:10-22,000 Hz
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Sony MDRZX110 Noise Cancelling Headphones
Say goodbye to distraction with the MDR-ZX110NC Noise Canceling Headphones.
Featuring a 12–22,000 Hz frequency response for pristine bass, mids, and treble, these lightweight headphones reduce ambient noise by 95 per cent, so all you’ll hear is the music.
Plus, you can listen for longer with 80 hours of battery life.
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|Item Dimensions||7.4 x 5.8 x 2 in||7 x 6.5 x 3 in||6.3 x 6.1 x 3.35 in||9 x 8 x 2 in||7.88 x 6.11 x 2.56 in||4.75 x 4.8 x 10.37 in|
|Item Weight||0.6 lb||6.72 ounces||5.74 ounces||5.29 ounces||5.92 ounces||6.08 ounces|
|Additional Features||foldable, noise-cancellation||Noise-Cancelling, Comfortable, Microphone-Feature, Foldable, Lightweight, universal-phone-control, sports-and-exercise, DJ Style, Noise-Isolating, Active Noise Cancelling Headphones||ios-phone-control, lightweight||Dj-Style||—||foldable|
Say goodbye to distraction with the MDR-ZX110NC Noise Cancelling Headphones. Featuring a 12–22,000 Hz frequency response for pristine bass, mids, and treble, these lightweight headphones reduce ambient noise by 95%, so all you’ll hear is the music. Plus, you can listen for longer with 80 hours of battery life.
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I had the $450 Beats Pro for a while, and they were great for popular music , with control talk, great bass, and superior to all other beats.
Now about these pair or Sonys:
Sound: they have more bass and treble than the Senheisser 280, but these Sonys sound a bit hollow. For the price range it is Pretty good, I guess. Nothing impressive. I like their boomy bass for some styles of music.
Isolation: They reduced the bathroom fan and the bus ramble very noticeably. Voices are softer but at the same time you can hear words more clearly. So keep those differences in mind.
(** update: two days later, it's been a few times that people talked to me in the house while listening to angry rock at 40% of volume and I did not hear them at all).
Having said that, they're not as good as the Bose QC 25, but they are exactly ten times cheaper.
Portability: They fold flat and small in a way that is super compact. No bag included.
It uses a AAA battery , easy to use, and it comes with one.
No control to pick up calls.
Trebles get harsh after an hour or so, and it hurts a bit, unless you can equalize it well. Sound can be a bit hollow in the middle.
They are very comfortable even with glasses on. My head is small though.
I paid $30 for them, and sometimes I prefer them over the Senhheisser hd 280 to listen to music on the go, specially bass oriented music.
The Senheisser are better at blocking higher pitch sounds ( ppl , tv, etc) bc they are big and press against your head, so I kept them for those situations.
These Sonys have the *active* noise canceling , which improves their sound. >>>They still work without it, though. So you can listen even without batteries. Sound loses boom and volume, but they work.
I'm pretty happy with them for the price.
When I tried the $300 Bose Quiet comfort 20 the store went silent. Bass was not impressive. These under $50 Sony pair are probably not as good at isolating ( a 25% less, maybe?) but they are so much cheaper at Best Buy or here, and smaller. The bass is sweet, too.
For a cheap option in casual portable listening with isolation, I'd give them a try. If you're an audiophile, or listen to classical exclusively, keep looking.
I hope it helps!
-They work well at reducing airplane engine noise (the reason I bought them.)
-Compact due to their folding design.
-On ear design, which work very well if you wear glasses.
-Price, price, price.
-Do not have the best sound, so if you're looking for Bose like quality, stop here.
-I found the cord length a tad short, but certainly wasn't a deal breaker.
In order for these to do their job, you simply must turn the switch on, without them they are no better (perhaps even worse) than the free earbuds that come with any smartphone. Both my wife and I have used the one set we own on business trips. Having just booked a trip to Europe, I just bought a second set so that we will both have them for the long flight.
For the price, these headphones are good enough, and if anything were to happen to them, I would't feel nearly as bad as I would if I had paid $300-400 for top of the line headphones.
These are OK for the money. I'm sure there are other headphones available for around $34 that perform better, and certainly some that perform worse. The package however boasts "95% ambient noise reduction" which is not true. Here in my office where the only noise is from the fan on my computer it's not even that. I'd like to say something on the order of 40%.
I graphed the results in Audacity using a mic in a foam filled box to record differences in ambient noise. I placed 1" holes in the sides of the box where the drivers for the Sony headphones would normally find an aural cavity. This is crude I understand, but it was sufficient for my ends to test these. If you would like a more accurate test feel free to get a human skull and address this matter yourself.
The results show that with Noise Canceling on there is a 3dB reduction on sounds below 86 Hz (yellow), and a similar reduction at the top end around 3000-3800Hz where another 3dB reduction is noticed (red). Where these appear to shine is in the mid range between 1000-2800hZ where the reduction of ambient noise is more linear keeping the noises between 46-55dB while on, and 53-62dB while off (orange).