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Sony MDR-ZX100W Outdoor Headband Headphones - White

by Sony
2,727 customer reviews
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  • Closed-type supra-aural, 30mm driver unit, 1.2m cable (both-sided)
  • 30mm ferrite drivers
  • 12Hz-22kHz frequency range
  • Lightweight design for maximum comfort

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Colour Name: White
  • Product Dimensions: 24.5 x 19.5 x 5 cm ; 118 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 281 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Item model number: MDRZX100W.AE
  • ASIN: B004MMG39E
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 10 Mar. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,727 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Colour Name: White

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  • ZX100 headphones
  • Warranty card

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    290 of 299 people found the following review helpful By Alan J. Young on 21 Sept. 2013
    Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
    I purchased the Sony headphones for watching YouTube and TV etc on my laptop so wasn't expecting much.

    I tried them first on my phone and was immediately impressed. However after connecting them to the more powerful output of my laptop the headphones really came to life. They produce a slamming bass when called for and a relaxed treble which makes for easy listening especially on albums like disclosure settle. I then compared them to my sennheiser MX500 in-ear headphones and the difference was like night and day. I've always liked the Sennheiser but to my surprize they sounded awful (no bass, piecing treble)against the cheaper Sony's.

    You would have to pay substantially more to get even a marginal improvement in sound quality. The only area that perhaps needs more refinement is the treble which is not quite as sweet as it could be. I owned a website selling Sennheiser and Beyer headphones a couple of years back so I've had the opportunity to listen to many different headphones from £10 to over £200. The Sony's compare to headphones costing closer to £50 so a real bargain.

    I simply can't stand ear piecing treble and tinny, thin sound which just ends up being fatiguing. Luckily the Sony's have none of this and instead offer a relaxed sound delivery with a meaty bass and full midrange. This does mean they are not as informative as higher end headphones but it is a good compromise. The MDRZX100B delivers with some short falls however at this price point it would be unfair to expect more!

    They are comfortable, light weight, well made and sound superb. For £10 this is ridiculously good value for money. It's worth buying 2 just to have a spare, you never know when the price will go up.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Craney1266 on 24 Mar. 2012
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    Bought these for £10, they were going cheap and looked nice. They were coming from Jersey, but only took 3 days to get here with the super saver delivery option. Only problem was they got held up at the post office, and couldn't get them until today (Saturday 24th).
    That little hiccup aside the actual headphones are brilliant. I wasn't expecting the best sound for a tenner, but they are good. Other reviews have said that they aren't very loud, and uncomfortable, but so far I haven't had this problem. Certainly loud enough, I don't even have to put them to max and I can hear them round my neck with a lot of noise around me (builders, tele, family chatting etc.).
    The sound is brilliant, and cover all the bases for me, no music I have listened to on these has sounded terrible. The only thing I can compare them to though is my in-ear headphones, (JVC HAFX1X Xtreme Xplosives) which have been brilliant for me. I have a feeling though that they will be second best from now on however, as these seem to produce a better sound quality, with more comfort.
    The cable was a shock for me. Its a sort of semi-circle shape from both cams, which lasts for around 30cm at an un-educated guess, followed by about 45cm of what would be mistaken for industrial strength cabling. This stuff is thick, so don't try shoving it all in your pocket or it will look like you have a tennis ball in your pocket. I was slightly dis-appointed at this, but have realised that considering how much stresses and strains I will put them through, the thick cable is a good idea.

    All in all, they are brilliant, with good quality and doing great for comfort. I bought them for a tenner, have watched the price change a lot recently, from £20 to £10 to £15. Still worth it. I would definitely be recommend them to my friends, and to anyone considering buying them. You can pay much more for worse.
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    103 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Peter on 30 Nov. 2013
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    These headphones are shockingly good for the price. As a music producer i've began to notice when headphones colour sound, when there is too much bass (a problem with so many cheap headphones) etc but these are almost flat and translate onto my HD650's almost the same, they're obviously not as clear but i've listened to £100 headphones which there is little between them. I honestly can't give any more love for these headphones.
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    257 of 294 people found the following review helpful By misterbenjahh on 4 Sept. 2012
    Colour Name: White Verified Purchase
    These headphones really stand up to a lot of the praise they are getting in the previous reviews listed. When you take them out of the box for the first time and switch on some music you aren't going to get the crisp sound quality that a lot of people praise them for. The so called 'burn in' is an issue for these phones that you need to take this into consideration. On first listen these headphones sound quite veiled (by that I mean that it sounds like the audio is coming through a wall or blanket), and a little bit muddy. However, please do not stop reading because there is a brighter side.

    After using these headphones for about 10 days I have noticed a marked improvement in the sound. They sound a lot less veiled and the clarity has definitely increased for sure. The bass, which is a big factor for a lot of people has noticeably fattened up but become a lot more controlled too. Eleven british pounds is not going to get you Bowers and Wilkins quality and anybody who says that you can will eventually be disappointed. Do they give the listener a pleasing experience? Yes, they do that very well.

    Build quality is something which had a more sizeable impact on my scoring. The plastic construction of these headphones is a little creaky and noisy which could potentially pose a problem when thinking in terms of longevity. Do I think they are going to fall apart in my hands? No, not in the slightest but I think you have to mindful and take care.

    The ear cups of the headphone swivel outwards so the padding faces away from you. This is a nice touch but why they don't go both ways is something of mystery to me.
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