Sony MDR-ZX100

8 Reasons why Sony MDR-ZX100 is better

than the average

1.Measurably lower low-frequency
12Hzvs 38Hz (the average)
vs 1Hz (best: Sony MH1CBLK)
The lowest frequency at which the device produces audio. The lower the low-frequency response, the stronger and juicier the bass.
120gvs 191g (the average)
vs 3g (best: AKG IP2)
3.Noticeably lower impedance
24Ohmsvs 42Ohms (the average)
vs 4Ohms (best: Flips Solo 2 Social)
Impedance is the device’s electrical resistance to the current being pushed through it. The lower the impedance, the easier it is to get higher volume and requires less power.
4.Has a neodymium magnet
Yesvs No (64% don't have it)
Devices with neodymium magnets are lighter and more powerful than those which use ferrite magnets. They also have more bass and clear high notes.
5.Has a tangle free cable
Yesvs No (73% don't have it)
The cable is designed to minimize tangling.
6.Has an L-shaped plug
Yesvs No (68% don't have it)
An L-shaped plug is better if the jack is on the left or right side of the device, so that the cable isn't bent, and is less likely to break when the device is in your pocket.
7.Has an on-ear form
Yesvs No (78% don't have it)
This device comfortably rests on top of your outer ears. As it doesn't block out everything from the outside world, it's preferred in places like office environments and recommended for outdoor activities.
8.Has a behind the neck hard form
Yesvs No (97% don't have it)
The device has a hard headband that goes around the back of the neck. It won't mess your hair and allows wearing a hat or helmet. Due to the hard form it sits tight on your neck and allows doing sports and other activities.
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