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Sony Street Style On-the-Ear Headphones (MDRG45LP) - Black

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Product Information

product specification

  • Wired Connectivity: Mini Stereo
  • Features Audio Headset: 3.5mm Plug
  • Frequency Response: 16Hz-20kHz
  • Ear Cusion: Material: Foam
  • Magnet Type: Neodymium
  • Cable/Cord Length: 3.900
  • Sensitivity: 104dB
  • Product Weight: 5.100
  • Driver Size: 30mm
  • Warranty Description: 90 Day Limited Warranty
  • Impedance: 16 ohms
Sony Street Style On-the-Ear Headphones (MDRG45LP) - Black is rated 3.0714 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Reasons I dislike this product. Good for my purposes, but will not stay put, keep sliding off. They are not adjustable.
Date published: 2015-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Headphones for the Price These are excellent headphones. Sound may not be the quality of more expensive ones, but at least you can hear the audio properly. I also like the behind-the-neck will not ruin my well managed and groomed hair style like those headbands do. Give them a try. For the price, they are not a bad choice.
Date published: 2015-05-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Okay basic headphones I just bought these last night, and I don't know if it's because I've gotten so used to wearing ear buds, but I'm really struggling to get through a full work day wearing these headphones. They are just not comfortable to me. First of all, they are not adjustable, so you may get them in a perfect spot, but because they float behind your neck instead of wrapping over your head, they will not stay in place. I wouldn't say they are tight, but they have no padding, only a light piece of foam between the plastic and your ear, so they do become bothersome. I didn't expect much for the price, but I expected them to at least not be uncomfortable. The quality of the sound is good, but even if you listen to music at a reasonable volume, everyone around you will be able to hear it. These may be fine if you want something basic and don't care if others can overhear your music. But I will be returning them.
Date published: 2013-04-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for glasses wearers! These headphones are so extremely uncomfortable if you wear glasses! The part that hooks behind/over your ear has to share space with your glasses, so they pinch and make your glasses sit cockeyed. That makes me dizzy and uncomfortable. They only way I can wear them is if I wear them backwards and hold them in with hairclips. How is it possible that no one who designed this product wore glasses?
Date published: 2013-04-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Tony the Tiger thinks they're Grrrrreat! I like these phones cuz they're light weight, and don't fatigue my ears. I wear them when i get tired of by buds or my full size studio type phones. I find the sound adequate for casual listening. For the price, you're not going to get deep bass (shallow driver enclosure, non-rare earth type magnets being two reasons ). As for the cord being short, this is marketed as a sport head phone. Do you really want to have to manage a long cord when you're doing your cardio or weights? Get real. Just my 2 cents worth, your mileage my vary.
Date published: 2012-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best headphones Sound quality is superb and crystal clear.
Date published: 2012-03-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Only for the budget listeners For those that don't like to read long reviews, now is your time to keep moving. For the rest of us, prop your feet up and get a drink because we are about to get serious. My family recently got two pairs of this headphone and I am currently using them as I write this review. I notice that they are a bit tight on the ears when I'm listening to them. Also wearing glasses, this makes for an awkward situation at times. either relieve the pressure on my earlobes, or take off the glasses? It is something that I have to put up with every half hour or else I will not be able to even get them off without pain.If you don't wear glasses or if you have different ears, you may not have this problem. I've been using these now for about 2 weeks and it still has not let up. As far as the main reason for having headphones, to listen to music, I find them good for a user with a low budget. Coming from my previous pair of headphones (Koss PortaPro) there is no comparison, the PortaPros blow them out of the water, but at close to 3 times the price. For about $12 in some stores, I have these, and for their main mission of audio, they are just ok. I would give them about a 6/10 on sound quality. The high sensitivity lends itself to very crisp and bright highs and mids, but at a price. The lows are washed out, and as the volume rises, the lows come through louder, but only to a point. After that the mids and highs take over again and the headphones become harsh and raspy. When listening to my Sony Walkman WM-FX290W, I MUST use the mega bass function or else it sounds like I'm listening to a radio from an old Mazda pickup that has seen better days. When using my Sony Walkman NWZ-S545, I have found that I need to reduce the mids and highs to VERY low levels or else I get a headache. I have found that Acoustic and Jazz music do not give me the headaches, but still. The harshness is a bit off putting. I do however think that Sony has exaggerated on the frequency range of these. I have had headphones that reached as far down as 14 Hz and these do not sound anywhere near 16Hz as advertized. My guess would be they reach about 22 Hz before rolling off to a whisper at 16 Hz. I've also noticed that at higher listening volumes (about 65% to 80%) the instruments and vocals become ragged in the upper frequency range. Not the best, but for people usually using these for exercise, they might not notice this at all. For people who are on a budget and don't mind, they might not even care. I've had JVC, Koss, Sony, and Philips headphones in the past and these are on the lower end of the list. I used to have a pair of Sony ear buds before they came out with the Mega Bass series and these are better only in the highs. that is all. Would I recommend this product for other consumers? Only if they are not in the business of spending large sums of money on audio equipment. I am a man of spending money for quality though, so I would not recommend these, unless one does not mind the quality.
Date published: 2012-01-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible Headphones At Any Price Other than reliability (which I can’t judge after only 5 minutes of listening), these headphones may be the worst headphones I've ever used. Just wanted an inexpensive set to use at work when I'm listening to voice mails and watching the Daily Show during lunch, and they wouldn't even do for that. In particular, the sound is thin and tinny, and just all-around annoying. Also, the headphones don't fit right, as the speaker part sits too forward on your head to direct the sound properly into the ear canal. In addition, the curved part also starts to dig into the part of your ear that's attached to your head when you adjust them as best as possible. I do have a bit of a large head, but I didn't have this problem with my $15-20 RadioShack headphones that have finally crapped out on me after 6+ years. Basically, these headphones are a waste of $15.
Date published: 2011-09-21
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