Published on August 24th,2008 at 11:56 PM
By >Akihabara News Team

MDR-EX500SL & MDR-EX300SL: Sony Adds New Earphones to Their N-U-D-E EX Series

One year ago we introduced you to the MDR-EX700SL version, today Sony added new and more affordable dynamic earphones to their N.U.D.E. EX Series, the MDR-EX500SL and MDR-EX300SL.

The MDR-EX500/300 adopts multi-layer diaphragm technology for reproducing high-resolution sound with earbuds made of hybrid silicon to give users a more comfortable and secure fit.

The MDR-EX500SL provides a frequency response of 5Hz-25,000Hz, a sound pressure level of 106dB/mW, an impedance of 16Ω, and features Neodymium 13.5mm drivers.

The MDR-EX300SL provides a frequency response of 5Hz-24,000Hz, a sound pressure level of 105dB/mW, an impedance of 16Ω, and features Neodymium 13.5mm drivers.

Soon available on GeekStuff4U.com


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Comments
 

  • EdgarRios

    I just bought a pair of these to replace my old Bose in-ear headphones.
    Overall, the sound is very nice, better bass than Bose and clear sound. However, the treble may be a little harsh on my opinion and also they lack some bass for non-bassy tracks (i.e. metal, classick rock, etc. would sound much as they are played over a tweeter. Though, it sounds great on Hip-Hop and the like).
    No microphonics or other annoying effects so far.
    What really is a mistery for me is why on earth Sony provides a cord-length adjusting accessory which was obviously not considered when the cool-looking bulky case was designed.
    I prefer the strap bags provided with other models as anything would fit in there without a need for a fancy wrap.
    What I ended up doing is throwing away the headphone “base” within and use the case most like a general-purpose carrying case.

 

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