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Sony MDR-CD280

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amleth's review

By amleth, 26/01/2006
I use this headset for several hours a day at work, and is extremely comfortable, absolutely not harsh for the ears. While it lacks prsence and DEFINITIONS, but for the price it's really not bad.

Not great for music, but to use multimedia to Listen to Classical and stuff not too complex, it's really an enjoyable subject.
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fractalogism's review

By fractalogism, 04/08/2005
I use this headset for about 3 months.
It is a very comfortable headphone, very light, very comfortable to wear.
The quality is decent for a product in this range.
I had before it the JVC HA-G77 (https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/index 2Cidproduit%%% 2C64352% 2Cmao 2Cjvc_hag77.html) (also open headphone), but I was disappointed by his quality and finish (fragility, poor bass response, crackling in the left ear).
In closed headphones, I owned the Technics RP-F295 (https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/index 2Cidproduit%%% 2C40436% 2Cmao 2Ctechnics_rpf295.html) high quality (high dynamic), and The Samson CH700 (https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/index 2Cidproduit%%% 2C15281% 2Cmao 2Csamson_audio_ch700.html) which greatly disappointed me (poor recovery of acute, predominantly mid-range)
In short, PAMI all headphones in this range that I could try, I would say the Sony MDR-CD280 is one of the best. It lacks a little sharp in comparison to professional products, but the quality is very good for a headphone under 30 €.
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arnaud777's review

By arnaud777, 25/02/2005
I reu by buying an electronic drum a few months ago. What is nice is that it is lightweight and that planes do not have ears like other headphones that are frankly pnibles wear (hard for long) ...

posssseur as a quality headphone suprieure much, I do not use that often trs ... to compare or possibly mix when I feel like something trslger on the head (for the simple cost of Zique, not to mix !!)...

the price at which it is displayed plutt I think it's nice ... but this is clearly not a headphone that is used to make the Zique ...
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Brutehalo's review

By Brutehalo, 23/02/2007
(Do not mix used!)

Proper quality!

Lightweight and pleasant!
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Sony MDR-CD280 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Sony
  • Model:MDR-CD280
  • Series:MDR
  • Category:HiFi/audiophile headphones
  • Added in our database on: 06/21/2003

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