SONMDRE9LPBLK

Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone

Stereo - Black - Mini-phone - Wired - 16 Ohm - 18 Hz 22 kHz - Earbud - Binaural - Open - 3.94 ft Cable

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Combines strong bass with fashionable style for high-quality performance
Ultra-lightweight design is comfortable to wear during any activity
L-shaped stereo mini plug fits into standard auxiliary ports
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SKU
SONMDRE9LPBLK
Manufacturer
Sony Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
MDRE9LP/BLK
Brand Name
Sony
Product Model
MDR-E9LP
Product Type
Earphone
Packaged Quantity
1 Each
Form Factor
Open
Package Contents
  • MDR-E9LP Earphone
  • 1 x Warranty Card
  • 1 x Operating Instructions
  • 2 x Earpads
Host Interface
Mini-phone
Cable Length
3.94 ft

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Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone
 
3.6

(based on 17 reviews)

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57%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

best earbuds ever

Just wanted to say that these are the best earbuds I have ever bought. They were very inexpensive and have very good quality sound. I accidentally put mine through the washer and the...Read complete review

Just wanted to say that these are the best earbuds I have ever bought. They were very inexpensive and have very good quality sound. I accidentally put mine through the washer and the dryer. When I found them after my laundry was finished I was sad and thought for sure I would have to buy a new pair; however when I plugged them in the sound was just as good as when I first bought them! I will be a Sony customer for life. Thank you!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

MDR E10LP were much better

For some reason Sony thinks the specs for this new model (E9LP) are exactly the same as the E10LP's which sounded fantastic. At least be decent enough to admit the newer models are...Read complete review

For some reason Sony thinks the specs for this new model (E9LP) are exactly the same as the E10LP's which sounded fantastic. At least be decent enough to admit the newer models are completely and utterly inferior to the older ones.

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1.0

CHEAP SOUND

By zoid

from Germany

Comments about Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone:

The label on the package reads ""CLEAR SOUND"" i guess thats SONYs marketing wording for ""Who needs bassguitars and kickdrums?!"". I discarded them because of the lacking bass. They are unusable. Hopefully SONY will produce something like the MDR E10 sometime again.

 
1.0

Bad tinny sound

By Anonymous

from 75253

Comments about Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone:

I bought these because my Sony mdr e10s were old and I figured since those earphones were great that these would be the same or better. Well they ended up sounding horrible with a tiinny piercing sound. I was disappointed especially since the other sony earphones I.bought years before for the same price were so good and.lasted a couple years

 
1.0

Bad tinny sound

By hard

from 75253

Comments about Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone:

I bought these because my Sony mdr e10s were old and I figured since those earphones were great that these would be the same or better. Well they ended up sounding horrible with a tiinny piercing sound. I was disappointed especially since the other sony earphones I.bought years before for the same price were so good and.lasted a couple years

 
5.0

AMAZING

By Helenita

from Undisclosed

Comments about Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone:

I have had these for over a year and I am happy to say that they have survived more than 20 times in the washing machine (i forgot them in there), many falls and stuff. They work just as great as they did in the beginning, would recommend to everyone and they are also very cheap!

 
2.0

Sound quality not there - Sony can/has done better

By Cartcanuck

from Undisclosed

Comments about Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone:

The smaller size of the E9LP doesn't fit my ear as well, sound quality/bass is not as good and the cord is a thinner gauge wire (cost cutting measure) when compared to my older pair of E818LP ear buds.. I'm not a fan of in-ear headphones and the ear-buds are getting harder to find. My older pair of MDR-E818LP have been great - nice sound/bass, nice fit. Sony for some reason discontinued them and came out with inferior product that doesn't match the sound quality and material quality for the price range (E818LP cost a bit more but worth it). Luckily I was able to pick up a couple sets of E818LP before they disappeared off the shelves. The E9LP will see limited use. Bring back the E818LP.

 
5.0

Nice headphones!

By lyubick

from Rīga, Rīgas pilsēta, Latvia

Comments about Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone:

Good quality of sound, comparing with other brands. I washed them in washing machine and they survived! :) Maybe one minus is I don't got the idea I need to put on those cushions on, maybe it would be better if some eye-dropping announcement is placed on a case.

 
5.0

Great

By Blueducky

from Virginia

Comments about Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone:

Good, cute and inexpensive headphones. Shipped Fast!

 
5.0

LOVE THESE!!

By Lexie

from Undisclosed

Comments about Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone:

Just bought another pair of these, because I had lost my other ones. But why pay $100 for a pair when these sound JUST AS GOOD!! LOVE these. And also they fit, unlike other ones! I love them.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

best earbuds ever!

By Alinabina

from Undisclosed

Comments about Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone:

i have bought countless earbuds, with no success. and i cant get the ones with the squishy (cant find a better word sorry) piece at the end, as my ears are tiny. but i stumbled across these, and they intensify the bass. plus they never fall out. i have had mine for months and they still work, even though i am hard on them. i think that these are the best earbuds to buy on the market.

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5.0

amazing

By frenchpanda9999

from Undisclosed

Comments about Sony MDR-E9LP Earphone:

I had the old model for about 2-3 years. they worked beautifully. I recently smashed one of the ear buds in my car door, and I was very upset. But I found these, the new model, and they work just as well.

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