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Sony MDR1-A headphone review - Hi-Res bass

Comfort and Specs

Comfort

Though the grip is not tight on enough on the ears, MDR1-A is a very comfortable pair of cans. It rests on the head nicely, the padding is very soft and the cushions mould around the ears. Still, I would've liked it to clamp tighter on the head since it could easily slip off, especially if you do something silly, like shaking your head.

It's miles away more comfortable than the similarly priced Philips Fidelio L2, which had this almost painful headband that caused some serious wear fatigue.

Specs

Sony has this really detailed specs table available on the product page, so it wasn't really difficult to find details about the headphones:

Specs
Driver

Driver: 40 mm liquid Crystal Polymer diaphragm

 Sensitivity

Headphone: 105dB ±3 dB (1KHz/1mW)

Frequency Response

Headphone: 3Hz ~ 100.000Hz

Maximum Input

1500mW

Impedance

24 ± 10% Ohm at 1kHz

Cable & Connection

Cable: 1.2m (smartphone / headphone) removable cable;

Noise cancelling

No

Weight

225g

 

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