Ebay is offering Sony MDR-XB400 Black On-Ear Headphones for $36.95 with free shipping. That’s $23 off the regular listing of $60 and $8 cheaper than Amazon. The black MDR-XB400 XB series headphones feature a full 5 to 22,000 Hz frequency spectrum, gold plated L-shaped connector and specially designed 30mm driver units. Head below the fold for more specs:
Today Sennheiser announced the immediate availability of 3 new ‘Universal’ headsets with full support for most major smartphone manufacturers including Apple, BlackBerry, Samsung and HTC. Each new set is “based on some of Sennheiser’s most successful models” and include two over-the-ear styles, “the HD 219s and the HD 429s, as well as one ear canal style, the MM 70s. All three of these headsets will let the user be fully immersed in the music while never missing a phone call thanks to the in-line remote/mic.
The HD 219s have the smallest price-tag at $79.95 and feature a closed back design that helps block outside noise, allowing you to focus on what’s most important, the music and your phone calls. The HD 429s retail for $99.95 and feature the high sound quality we’ve come to expect from Sennheiser with “smooth bass response.” The MM 70s ($99.95) boast “a pair of neodymium magnets that help deliver lifelike sound” packaged in an in-ear style headset.
Part of Audio-Technica’s professional Art Monitor series, the A900x boast superior components for very high SPL capability. The closed back aluminium housing lends itself to exceptional sound clarity, while the 3.0m cable allows you to sit back and enjoy the music.
They are the best sounding in-ear headphones for the money, hands down. We’re talking clarity. Punch. Deep, deep bass. Crystal-clear highs. You’ll hear a level of sound you never heard before. Unlike inexpensive plastic earbuds, Jamz are made of nearly indestructible solid metal that doesn’t vibrate, so all you hear is the music, with no artificial reverb to take away from the sound.