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Sony MDR-EX 71

alaTest has collected and analyzed 38 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the usability and size. The bass quality and sound are also mentioned favorably, whereas many are critical about the build quality and value for money.

design, sound, bass quality, size, usability

value for money, build quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Sony MDR-EX 71 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 69/100 = Good quality.

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Sony MDR-EX71

 

If you like bass, you'll love the Sony MDR-EX71 headphones. Online opinions say that the bass is too thick and muddy and that there are no highs, but they're only half right. Our oscilloscope tests show that the bass is quite clean, not muddy in the...

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Sony MDR-EX71 Headphone Reviews

 

I had these earbuds way before I started collecting some good-end gear, boought them about two years ago. I found these emptying my closet, and I figured I would give them a shot two years later.

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Sony MDR-EX71 Headphone Reviews

 

These are great little canal phones, and they're fantastic value. They isolate a little, but not as much as the more expensive canal phone. This makes them more approriate for some situations, but not appropriate for air travel or noisy environments.

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Sony MDR-EX71 Headphone Reviews

 

Seems like a very ubiquitous unit for the ipod set, especially in the subways of NYC. I still use these for cycling because of the short cord to my shuffle on the arm but I have a lot of gripes and quibbles. 1.) Not very durable. I am on my third unit,...

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Sony MDR-EX71 Headphone Reviews

 

The Sony MDR-EX71 is seriously overrated by quite a few people. The bass is boomy and uncontrolled, and the highs are painfully screechy. The mids are also undistinguished, as well. And though the MDR-EX71 is comfortable to wear, it is extremely...

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