Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones  

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SonyMDR-XD100 Headphones
 
4.2

(based on 10 reviews)

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Not bad at all

I needed a good set of headphones when I started recording my debut album. This one caught my eye because of the brand and the price. Sound quality is good. Most of the...Read complete review

I needed a good set of headphones when I started recording my debut album. This one caught my eye because of the brand and the price. Sound quality is good. Most of the time a get-up like this will suit you well, but if you're recording guitar through some loud guitar amps, you might want to look for some that are a little more tight fitting and a little more "noise cancelling". I have to crank these up big time to drown out my amp. These things can really take the heat, they are LOUD. They almost hurt my ears sometimes, but I take that as a good thing. It's great for some personal listening during your own down time as well. I definitely consider it a win!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

OK if you're a tre(m)ble fan, could be better

I bought this ones because I have a lot of Sony-fan friends, but honestly I prefer my Behringer HPM1000 headphones most of the time. My main issue with them is that bass sounds very...Read complete review

I bought this ones because I have a lot of Sony-fan friends, but honestly I prefer my Behringer HPM1000 headphones most of the time. My main issue with them is that bass sounds very under the level of treble, which make you miss the bass lines. The good thing: If you're listening a guitar solo or want to hear the high frequencies, works great on that range. And are pretty comfortable.

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(37 of 39 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Not bad at all

By Matt Cooper

from Maryville TN

Comments about Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones:

I needed a good set of headphones when I started recording my debut album. This one caught my eye because of the brand and the price. Sound quality is good. Most of the time a get-up like this will suit you well, but if you're recording guitar through some loud guitar amps, you might want to look for some that are a little more tight fitting and a little more "noise cancelling". I have to crank these up big time to drown out my amp. These things can really take the heat, they are LOUD. They almost hurt my ears sometimes, but I take that as a good thing. It's great for some personal listening during your own down time as well. I definitely consider it a win!

(27 of 29 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Sony MDR-XD100 Studio Monitor Headphones

By Matt Viola

from St Louis Mo

Comments about Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones:

Very good for a Sony I use them to play guitar when the wife is home they work great at low volume I would say they are very nice for the price and its another reason to go to Guitar Center ..... ROCKS>>>>>

(15 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Head

By Brandon

from Cypress, tx

Comments about Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones:

These headphones are great for the price. I usually dont get sony headphones, but i will make an exception. They are very comfortable also. They have great tonality.

(5 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Very hard to hear anything

By Andy

from indianapolis, Indiana

Comments about Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones:

I bought these to muffle down the attack my acoustic drums while practicing cover songs. The problem is the audio is just not loud enough. My ipod wont power them loud enough, neither will a 100w stereo? I have also plugged them into my home theater system which hurts your ears past volume setting 30, but had it cranked to 45 just to get anything out of these. Very dissapointed

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very Impressed

By Tomeka

from austin, tx

Comments about Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones:

I use these headphones daily at home in my studio. Great Sound!

(2 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

so great

By David

from Long Beach

Comments about Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones:

Feels like if your at the concert. SO clear.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

good for the money

By Elias

from Tulsa,Oklahoma

Comments about Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones:

i bought this item so i could listen to some music while i play my drum set. for the price they are pretty good, but would not recommend for drumming it gets overwhelmed by the drum set, but a a plus is its got a very long cable so it allows a lot of mobility.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

HD Phones

By Kahele

from annapolis,md.

Comments about Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones:

These are super clear & crisp. Great for mixing.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Excellent and inexpensive

By Ivan M. Granger

from Longmont, CO

Comments about Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones:

I needed a decent pair of headphones to use with my digital piano -- and these were perfect. Inexpensive, comfortable, and very nice sound.

 
3.0

OK if you're a tre(m)ble fan, could be better

By Maria Jose Chontal

from Atlanta

Comments about Sony MDR-XD100 Headphones:

I bought this ones because I have a lot of Sony-fan friends, but honestly I prefer my Behringer HPM1000 headphones most of the time. My main issue with them is that bass sounds very under the level of treble, which make you miss the bass lines. The good thing: If you're listening a guitar solo or want to hear the high frequencies, works great on that range. And are pretty comfortable.

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