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Sony MDR-ZX100 Studio Headphones Review


Sony Studio Monitor Sound & Style Stereo Headphones
Model Number: MDR-ZX100
Manufacturer: Sony
Price: $14.99 – $29.99 (got mine at Sears for $19.99)



Box Specs
Type: Closed, dynamic (supra-aural)
Driver unit: 30mm, dome type (CCAW Voice Coil)
Power handling capacity: 1,000 mW (IEC***)
Impedance: 24 Ω at 1 kHz
Sensitivity: 100dB/mW
Frequency Response: 12-22,000 Hz
Cord: 1.2m (47 ¼ in) Y-type
Plug: Stereo mini plug
Mass: Approx. 120 g (4.23 oz) without cord


What is it?
Basically it is a relatively cheap pair of headphones made by a well-known brand.

The good:
-          Sounds good
-          Relatively inexpensive being made by Sony
-          Solidly built

The Bad:
-          The Y-cords should become a thing of the past
-          This day and age a built in mic is a must
-          Bass is underwhelming specially for studio monitors      

The ugly:
My $8 Emerson studio headphones sound better in my opinion.

My Thoughts:
Overall I like these headphones they are good for regular use. The highs and Mids are fine but bass is a little underwhelming if you ask me. 

Build Quality: 3
Audio: 3
Price: 3
Average rating (via Amazon): 3.5

Score
12.5/16
75

Pics were taken with the LG Google Nexus 4 



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About David L Sumner

Hey, Whats up My name is David Sumner, but currently going by full name of David (L) Sumner, because apparently there are others people out there with the same first and last name as me. I'm an aspiring musician from the Mid-Hudson Valley, New York. My main instrument is Piano but I do lend a voice every now and then. I have also recently taken a interest in percussion and wind instruments. When I'm not focusing on music I tend to be very active on the internet. I currently manage a Video Game and Technology website The Review Pre. I've always been fascinated by new and innovative tech regularly writing about it has always been a fun hobby of mine, Besides what's listed above I have also been intrigued by Photography, Drawing, and Film Making.