Sony MDR-1A Review

Enjoy deep beats and soaring vocals with this luxurious headphone from Sony that captures the true essence of music with a frequency vary extending up to 100kHz. It has leather ear pads and a wrap-around design that complement long listening hours.

Sony has been one of the most important driving forces behind hi-res audio so that you would not be shocked to find the Sony MDR-1A sporting the hi-res logo.

Sony MDR-1A: Design

Sony MDR-1A

Sony MDR-1A Design

The Sony MDR-1A over ears look nice. This version will get an extended frequency range, the hi-res logo, Sony MDR-1A 40mm, aluminium-covered driver and redesigned earpads. Put this headset in your handbag as it’s moveable with a sliding metallic headband. One of the largest design adjustments is that the Sony MDR-1A earcups rotate in an opposite direction. There is additionally a further headphone cable without control and mic. They really feel much more comfy if you are carrying them around your neck and not listening to them. Its weight simply 225 grams without the cable connected.

The light development also helps make the Sony MDR-1A among the very most comfortable headphones on this category: they’re extremely comfortable.

Sony MDR-1A: Performance

Sony MDR-1A

Sony MDR-1A Performance

You may listen to music without any disturbance within the background as this headset reduces cross discuss with the help of L/R separated ground cable which is a Silver-coated Oxygen-Free Copper cable.

No surprise actually, given the 40mm drivers are stated to be able to delivering a 3-100,000Hz frequency response, which is way outside of human listening to capability at each the low- and high-end. The balance of bass, midrange and treble is as smooth as can be, the stereo soundstage is roomy, and dynamic range is, nice.

The correct bass we think most individuals will sink into the Sony MDR-1A very happily. In balancing a heat, fairly simple sound with a sophisticated-sounding treble and nice mid-range tone, it provides the sound that reflects the characteristics of the set’s look and ear-hugging comfort.

Sony MDR-1A: Verdict

Sony MDR-1A

Sony MDR-1A Verdict

The Sony MDR-1A are very enjoyable headphones from a lot of perspectives. Good-looking, extremely comfy and a worth lower than the over-ear competition from names like Beats and Bowers & Wilkins, they’re simple to recommend.

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