These have a nice price point. pretty much every headphone I select will have a unimatch plug, though this severely limits the price range of the headphones: most of the higher-end headphones have a 1/4" plug. for stereos: If you are going to buy a set of headphones for use in a stereo, I would rather you start out by trying one of these on, than with paying for a $20 cheapie. spend the money - you will get a far better sound experience and much better bass and high-end response. Don't expect them to be noise-cancelling though. I think they are still worth it for use on stereos and keyboards. I had nice success with Sony MDR-600V.
5Hz-80kHz. unimatch plug. folding design with supplied soft case. gold connectors. listen to that 96kHz audio sing.
Sony MDR-ZX700 ZX Series Stereo Headphones, available from sony
5Hz-40kHz range (boy it sure sounds nice)! nice bass response! clean highs too.
Wood-like detailing and clean, retro-modern design add a hint of 70s-era styling to these premium, on-ear ZX Series Closed supra-aural, Dynamic stereo headphones. 2W (2000mW) power handling capacity (takes a beating). Sensitivity 106 dB/mW. gold unimatch plug. 3.9' coiled cord.
Gold-plated, straight stereo mini plug.
Circum-Aural Earcup Design.
folding design with supplied soft case.
Go get these for your stereo and listen to the sound!
Nice sound reproduction!
most headphone's lower range is somewhere around 20-100Hz and the upper range around 10kHz-15kHz. that's 2.6 octave difference on the high end and at least 2 octave's difference on the low end for a total of 4.6 octaves extra range compared to regular off-the-shelf stuff!
10Hz-20kHz. unimatch plug. gold connectors.