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TDK MC300 In-Ear Headphones - Grey
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- Compatible with all devices using a 3.5 headphone port
- High definition sound through neodymium drivers
- 3 sizes of silicone tips included for optimal comfort and noise isolation
- Full metal body delivers style and durability
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Colour Name: Grey
MC300 In-Ear Headphones - High definition sound through neodymium drivers. Ear-bud headphones offer an exceptional listening experience. Powerful neodymium drivers deliver maximum sound quality in minimum size.
MC300 In-Ear Headphones
Three sets of ear tips (S, M, L)
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Slight negatives, they are made of metal which is quite heavy, this causes the ear phones to move when exercising, and the cable is very delicate, it hasn't broke, but you get the feeling you need to be very careful with them.
But they only lasted three weeks before the right earphone stopped working.
I wouldn't recommend these, sorry. The ones you get free with an iPod may sound worse and leak badly, but at least they last.
I was particularly looking for this type of design - ones that point down the ear channel - and they do work as hoped. (Previous ones I had had had come included with other product. They had a wide front, and stayed in reasonably well but the speakers pointed into a fleshy bit of ear. I found they sounded much better if I held them pointed down my ear channels - but this was not very practical.)
They sound good to me, but I am not had much experience of high quality, expensive ear buds. I paid £3.50 inc delivery, but I see that some sellers selling what looks like the same thing for up to about 10 times as much (- are they really the same? maybe these are high quality, expensive ones!).
Also, they have a nice finish.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There was a price rise for these headphones recently, however for the money they are not bad. They don't inspire confidence on the build quality, and you have to be careful when... Read morePublished on 28 April 2013 by Asher Syed