Sony MDREX38IPB.CE7 In-Ear Headphones with In-Line iPod Remote Control
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The MDR-EX38iP in-ear headphones from Sony are the perfect companion to your iPod. Not only are they small and light but they also serve up a massive, rich sound. Pop the luxury buds into your ears and get ready for powerful clarity, whatever you choose to listen to. Dance, jazz, pop, electronica, R&B, blues, world, rock, classical, reggae – they'll all be transformed by the exhilarating delivery of the MDR-EX38iP. The high-quality 9mm driver unit and neodymium magnets reproduce deep bass and clear treble sound. It has a frequency response of 6Hz - 23,000Hz and a sensitivity of 100dB/mW.
Control at your fingertips
The headphones feature a made-for-iPod in-line
The headphones feature a made-for-iPod remote control on the cord so you don't have to dig around in your pocket or bag to adjust your player. Enjoy fingertip control of your volume, play, pause, forward and backward functions easily on the move (plus VoiceOver on the iPod Shuffle).
These stylish earbuds with iPod remote are compatible with iPod Nano (4th generation), iPod Touch (2nd generation), iPod Classic (120GB) and iPod Shuffle (3rd generation) models.
Fits all ear sizes
When you're wearing in-ear headphones you need them to be so comfortable you barely notice them. The MDR-EX38iP headphones come with three sizes of hybrid silicone earbuds (S/M/L) for a more secure, custom fit. The interchangeable buds guarantee you great sound isolation and total comfort.
Light and convenient
The MDR-EX38iP headphones are amazingly light at just 3 grams. They come with a generous 1.2m cord with convenient cord adjuster and cord slider so you can move around and mix it up without getting in a tangle. Your MDR-EX38iP headphones also come with a carrying pouch so you know they're safely tucked away until you need them next.
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Wouldn't say these are the bees knees when it comes to sound reproduction, but at the current price of 16.50GBP they are pretty good VFM. I have certainly paid a lot more in the past for earphones and ended up with a set no better than these.
If you are not used to this type of earbud it can take a little trial and error to get the right fit with the 3 different sized buds. They should push into your ear canal and make a good seal so that the external sound level drops. Too tight and you will start to feel pressure sores.
Big advantage of these type of buds is that the deadening of external noise means you can lower the volume and protect your ears. It also avoids that annoying tschh tschh tschh sound that can cause frowns on the tube/bus
The inline volume/skip/voice over buttons work well with my button-less iPod shuffle, also worked on my iPhone and newer iPod. The volume worked on an HTC phone I had, but not the skip - so buttons working outside of an apple device will be pot-luck.
Plenty of lead length and comes with a cable winder to take up some of the slack. If using this be mindful that the winder adds a block of weight and is best reeled up next to the mp3 player else the movement can cause tugging on the cable and cause a frequent dislodge of the earbud.
Sound-wise, nearly all of my songs play very clearly. There are a few songs where it starts to warble on the louder sounds (even with volume down) Jay-Z and Linkin Park - Encore and David Guetta/Usher- Without You being two such songs that gargle a little. A bit annoying, but I can live with it
One niggle is that the buttons are a touch high on the earbud cable and as such are unsupported. If I am walking fast or jogging, the button pad tends to jump up and down a bit and cause a thump, thump, thump. I don't always notice it, but when I do it becomes a bit of a distraction.
Bottom line - for the current price of 16.50GBP the sound and build quality represent a fair to good VFM. Unless you are an audio perfectionist you won't go far wrong with these. 2 years on and mine are still going strong.
The audio quality is really good, and is great for 'all-round' listeners, but not-so-great for listeners to very bassy music (unless an EQ is used to increase the bass). The sound is sharp and very clear, and most songs sound far better than they did when I used to have my Betrons. The audio quality alone is almost enough to make me recommend these to everyone I know.
On my Nexus 5 (5.0.1) the pause/play/forward button works (although it refuses to let me go backwards in a play queue, which is a tad annoying), but oddly the volume buttons do not work at all. The mic works fine though, and to be honest the things that I wanted to be compatible were compatible.
The pouch that comes with the earphones is a nice design (if a little lumpy, especially when placed inside of a blazer or jacket), and the extra cable tidy is useful, although it is not large enough to comfortably fit the whole length of wire around. Nonetheless, it is useful.
For £14, I have to say that I'm impressed. No, they're not perfect, and there are things that you could improve, but they're a steal for less than £15-£20. Definitely recommend these, unless they spontaneously break any time soon.
Update December 2014: The volume/headset control stopped working properly and I hadn't even had them a year. Had to buy some more earphones.
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