FS: Sony MDR EX51 in ear headphones and apple headphones.

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  1. maybted macrumors newbie

    Nov 15, 2004
    S: Sony MDR EX51's in ear headphones and ipod headphones.

    Selling my wifes in ear sony MDR EX51's (black) from her sold mini. These are the same as th EX71's minus the case. Comes with 3 sets of ear plugs and all accessories. Awesome sound with great bass. $25.00 plus shipping. Also standard white ipod headphones used once. $10.00 plus shipping. OR both for $40.00.
    Here's fromm sony's sight:

    Fontopia® Headphones in-the-ear design : fits snugly, yet comfortably inside the ear; eliminates the headband so you can enjoy music while exercising, skating or dancing

    Sony's first closed-type Fontopia design : reduces outside noise for high-intensity listening; helps generate powerful, resonant bass response

    New, super-small 9 mm drivers : are a key enabling technology; ultra-compact drivers produce powerful sound with space left over for the sonic isolation of Sony's newly-designed silicon earbuds

    Soft, silicon earbuds : reduce outside noise, provide long-lasting comfort, hour after hour; the earbuds are washable, removable and replaceable

    Three sizes of earbuds : accommodate a full range of ears

    Long-throw PET diaphragm : or deep, extended bass down to an incredible 6 Hz; low mass for extended high frequency response all the way out to 23,000 Hz

    400 kJ/mã Neodymium magnet : for maximum energy in minimum size; ounce for ounce, this high-power Neodymium is far more powerful than conventional Samarium Cobalt or Aluminum magnets; even with the small, 9 mm drivers, Neodymium achieves 100 dB of sound pressure output from a modest 1 mW input power.

    Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) cord : for high signal transmission, low noise

    Stylish, Neck-Chain Cord

    Gold-plated mini-plug : for exceptional corrosion resistance, superb conductivity, low noise

    New case design : minimizes cord tangles; partial winding can shorten the effective cord length during use

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