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Sony MDR-V300

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moosers's review

By moosers, 27/03/2010
The Sony MDR-V300's are a set of lower end headphones for use in the recording studio or elsewhere. I've used these headphones for listening during editing sound clips when I'm unable to use a larger set of monitors. While I don't own them myself, I use them a good amount at my job where I do a lot of sound editing in a small space environment. While they certainly aren't the best sounding headphones out there by a long shot, for what I am using them for they get the job done just fine. You should keep in mind that I will be reviewing the MDR-V300 for what I am using them for, which is essentially simple listening and monitoring, as I don't have experience with them in the recording studio, and definitely wouldn't use them for mixing or anything like that. As far as comfort goes, while they do have a the folding design which makes them easy to fold up and store, this doesn't exactly make them the most comfortable headphones in the world. I wouldn't say that they are unnaturally uncomfortable, but they aren't anything to write home about on this front. If I wear them for more than an hour or so they start to take their toll, but this is definitely something that you will experience with most sets of headphones in this price range. The overall sound quality of the MDR-V300's is decent enough for simple listening, but certainly not for critical listening or mixing. The price is incredibly reasonable however, which is what will drive most people to the Sony MDR-V300's in the first place. So in the end, if you're looking for a set of headphones for listening to during editing or just for listening to your iPod or something like that, I'd at least recommend checking out the Sony MDR-V300's, but they definitely wouldn't cut it for any other type of use...
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I like ... but ...

By grxninesix, 14/01/2013
Anyway ... I gave because I wanted a headphone with POWERFUL LOW ...

I find myself with headphones rather pleasant to wear, it does not make me wrong. Then yes cushions tear very easily ... I like the thread, but I find it a bit long for a walk every day ...

More bass are not huge, in all cases less than what I wanted at the base ...

I recommend this headphone to those who are not necessarily bass fanatics, but who love the sound quality, which is very good ...


In brief ...

POSITIVE
- Lightweight
- Comfortable
- Good sound quality
- Design

NEGATIVE POINTS
- WIRE TOO LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONG (3m at least!)
- The bass is not too present


For cons, I do not see the point of having a screw screwed something in Jack ... I personally never use it ... but test .... Brief ....
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maxdjad's review

By maxdjad, 14/04/2005
Hi I in fact I have not bought, and I want to know if this headphone is good and if I advisor. Actually me I want to use it just to listen to my mp3 and whether it reproduces the sounds knowing that I want to put too much and that I want to mix with. I find the look trribleet gnralement sony make good products. voil ben good rpondez plizzz me !!
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maxdjad's review

By maxdjad, 14/04/2005
Hi I in fact I have not bought, and I want to know if the headphone and good and if I advisor. Actually me I want to use it just to listen to my mp3 and whether it reproduces well voil sounds good ben rpondez me plizzz
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Sony MDR-V300 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Sony
  • Model:MDR-V300
  • Series:MDR
  • Category:HiFi/audiophile headphones
  • Added in our database on: 11/13/2003

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Other names: mdr v300, mdrv300, mdr v 300