Release Period - 01 Jan 2008
Sony MDR-ED31LP Review
Unique Bass Booster delivers strong bass and wide frequency sound
Soft rubber earpiece minimises pressure on ears for greater wearing comfort
16 mm driver unit with high-density Neodymium magnet (300kJ/m3) provides powerful and clear sound
Sony Acoustic Twin Turbo Circuit for deep bass sound
Thin housing and slim duct for a comfortable fit to the ears
Long bushing for stable and comfortable wearing
Texture-type lead to prevent lead tangle
Compact winding case supplied for carrying and storing

Sony MDR-ED31LP Technical Specifications

Headset Details
Speakers -
Volume 108 dB's
Weight 5g
Xbox No
PS3 No
Connection Wired
Mic No Mic
Mic Noise No
Battery No Battery
Headset Features
Extra Vol No
Profiles 0
Compact No
Lighting No
Charging No
In Ear No
Cable 1.2m
Ear Pads No
Avg. User Score

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07:53 Mar-24-2012

Great headset, can be worn outside, resists into heavy rain, deep freeze(-20 degrees Celsius), and can deliver surprisingly warm and rich sound if properly adjusted, in a silent environment. I use it for techno-rave heavy bass mixes, classical music and guitar jams, because it can cover all spectrum properly, even though it's more bass inclined.
10/10 and low cost.
Edit: Keep in mind it needs a good output device. It sounds crappy with a generic mp3 player, decent with iPod nano, it sounds great with my iRiver mp3player and it sounds amazing with Asus Essence STX on my computer.