Sony MDRZX110NC

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Current Price $49.99 November 13, 2023
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Sony MDRZX110NC Description

Sony MDRZX110NC Noise Cancelling Headphones: The Perfect Music Partner!

Are you looking for a perfect music partner that gifts you amazing listening experience? Sony MDRZX110NC Noise Cancelling Headphones is the ultimate answer to your search. Whether you are a musician, avid music listener or just a layman, Sony MDRZX110NC has something to offer everyone. It is designed to ensure that you don’t miss out any live music experience by blocking out the noise from commuter, traveling, road etc. It fits perfectly on your head and stays comfy and softly.

Crisp and Powerful Audio for the Perfect Music Experience

Sony MDRZX110NC Noise Cancelling Headphones provides an amazing audio experience for everyone. Music with powerful bass and clear audio, it will sound digitally with extra energy and resolution. Neodymium magnets ensure a high-energy sound according to your taste. With thick earpads and padded headband, it gives great comfort to your ears while listening to your favorite music. The sound is so powerful that you feel the real magic of the tunes.

Noise Cancelling Technology Offers Perfect Blockage

Sony MDRZX110NC is designed to provide crisp sound with background noise cancellation. Due to this technology, the user can listen to music anywhere and can enjoy the moment without being disturbed by outside noise. You don’t have to worry about leakage of sound and can enjoy the cool music experience. The noise cancelling technology is so perfect that you would just feel as if you are in the world of your own music.

Perfect Design and Comfort

Sony MDRZX110NC Noise Cancelling Headphones has an extremely lightweight design with ultra-soft earcups. All the earpads, cushion, and headband are made up of very soft material which gives enhanced comfort to your ears while listening. Regardless of the hours, it will stay firmly on your ears and will not cause any kind of hindrance. With an adjustable headband and swivel earcups, you can adjust the headband according to the size of your head and will provide the perfect stripes to your neck and face.

Product Features

Here are some of the main features of Sony MDRZX110NC Noise Cancelling Headphones:

– Light weight design with ultra-soft ear cushions and adjustable headband
– Powerful sound output with extra bass and high clarity
– In-line remote and microphone to control your music and calls
– Advanced Noise Cancelling Technology to block out the outside noise
– Includes 30mm dynamic driver for rich, full frequency response
– Swivel Folding Design for easy storage and transportation

Sony MDRZX110NC Specification

Item Weight

5.29 Ounces

Item model number

MDRZX110NC

Batteries

1 AAA batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

July 28, 2017

Manufacturer

SONY

Country of Origin

China

Units

1.0 Count

Number Of Items

1

Cable Length

3.94 Feet

Sony MDRZX110NC Reviews (9)

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  1. pierre

    j ai un probleme de son avec le bouton power celui çi ne fonctionne pas merçi de me trouver une solution

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  2. LauGA

    I’m a classical musician that listens to everything. I own the $15 Koss UR 18 ( comfy and with decent bass for the price) which are good at their price range. I also own $75 Senheisser HD 280. They are bulky with very good passive isolation, and more natural sound.
    I had the $450 Beats Pro for a while, and they were great for popular music , with control talk, great bass, and superior to all other beats.
    Now about these pair or Sonys:
    Sound: they have more bass and treble than the Senheisser 280, but these Sonys sound a bit hollow. For the price range it is Pretty good, I guess. Nothing impressive. I like their boomy bass for some styles of music.

    Isolation: They reduced the bathroom fan and the bus ramble very noticeably. Voices are softer but at the same time you can hear words more clearly. So keep those differences in mind.
    (** update: two days later, it’s been a few times that people talked to me in the house while listening to angry rock at 40% of volume and I did not hear them at all).
    Having said that, they’re not as good as the Bose QC 25, but they are exactly ten times cheaper.

    Portability: They fold flat and small in a way that is super compact. No bag included.
    It uses a AAA battery , easy to use, and it comes with one.

    Cons:
    No control to pick up calls.
    Trebles get harsh after an hour or so, and it hurts a bit, unless you can equalize it well. Sound can be a bit hollow in the middle.

    Comfort:
    They are very comfortable even with glasses on. My head is small though.

    I paid $30 for them, and sometimes I prefer them over the Senhheisser hd 280 to listen to music on the go, specially bass oriented music.
    The Senheisser are better at blocking higher pitch sounds ( ppl , tv, etc) bc they are big and press against your head, so I kept them for those situations.
    These Sonys have the *active* noise canceling , which improves their sound. >>>They still work without it, though. So you can listen even without batteries. Sound loses boom and volume, but they work.
    I’m pretty happy with them for the price.
    Note:
    When I tried the $300 Bose Quiet comfort 20 the store went silent. Bass was not impressive. These under $50 Sony pair are probably not as good at isolating ( a 25% less, maybe?) but they are so much cheaper at Best Buy or here, and smaller. The bass is sweet, too.
    For a cheap option in casual portable listening with isolation, I’d give them a try. If you’re an audiophile, or listen to classical exclusively, keep looking.
    I hope it helps!

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  3. ALAIN

    La réduction de son ne fonctionne pas

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  4. Jch

    Sound and quilty is excellent

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  5. Penelope Pitstop

    Had a very nice pair of Bose that got “borrowed” from me on an international flight, decided I wasn’t going to spend that much on another temporary set of NC earphones, I found this model by Sony. It was about $50 at the time, which was only a quarter of my first (now traveling somewhere without me) NC headset. I really like the simplicity and affordability of them, haven’t lost these because they look so plain 🙂

    Sound is clear, sound reduction is decent, have recommended them to several cabin crew and fellow passengers, even bought a couple sets to give my parents when they retired and took the ’round the world’ dream trip they’d been saving and planning for, having NC headsets was equally appreciated by them!

    They do not come with any sort of stowage bag included, so recommend you grab something appropriate to keep the kit (headset and cord, it’s included legacy airline twin-plug adapter, and a spare battery) neatly contained, rather than tossed loosely in your carry-on bag. I found a very simple cloth “cosmetic brush” bag that fits the bill perfectly, YMMV.

    I mention these have a couple minor drawbacks…

    First, if you’re looking for Bluetooth or wireless, these are wired use only. On the other hand, their cord and simple appearance also makes these look to be an ordinary set of headphones and not a desired theft item.

    Second, these are not rechargeable, and it is easy to forget about powering down after a flight, so good idea to carry an extra AAA battery in your kit. On the other hand, the power switch is not easily bumped, so you won’t accidentally turn them on in your bag, and the battery drain is rather low so that even after a couple days sitting “ON” in my bag, they were still working.

    Overall, a very worthy purchase, and an item I recommend to others, though I think Sony could have stepped them up a notch by giving them rechargeable capability, via USB cable or such, and knock off a star for that reason in hopes they consider this feedback as a suggestion of how to improve an already decent product — sometimes the little bits of customer input is all it takes to effect change, right? This whole BT trend, not a huge fan myself, but point it out for those that want BT connectivity on everything.

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  6. TioRanjel

    These work very well and I’m excited that I tried them. And for the price they can’t be beat. I do have to say that the noise cancelling is a bit weak but I compared them to 250.00 types so that isn’t really fair. They do give some relief but in general the calls and sound is very clear and better than a pair that I paid over twice for. If you are on a tight budget and you need phones with these features then these are a winner.

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  7. Evan

    The Noise Cancelling is not that great. Sound Quality is just okay. The heaviness on the head after an hour or so troubles a lot and is quite irritating. Certainly dont recommend it.

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  8. Taranjot Gulati

    très bien en avion

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  9. LauGA

    La fabrication est ok pour son prix
    Le son est correct, je l’utilise souvent et je m’attendais à vraiment pire.
    La réduction de bruit réduit bien les sons ambiants assez graves. Ce qui n’empêche pas d’entendre ce qui se passe autour. Mais a ce prix et pour l’utilisation que j’en fais je trouve ça correct.

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