Manufacturer: Sony Part number: MDR-G94NC
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CNET editors' review
price range: $38.99
- Reviewed by: Steve Guttenberg
- Reviewed on: 05/09/2004
- Released on: 03/15/2004
The good: Street Style behind-the-neck design; thickly padded ear cushions; noise cancellation; folds up for compact storage.
The bad: Minimally effective noise-canceling system; cable length may be troublesome for many users.
The bottom line: With its weak sound and minimal noise cancellation, the Sony MDR-G94NC is all style and no substance.
Looks cool but thats about it
by ericthai on June 6, 2007
Pros: Good looks, no battery unit to carry around like the other noise canceling headsets, non-tangle cord
Cons: Painful to wear, minimal noise cancellation, weak wimpy sound
Summary: Stay away! i got them onsale about a while ago for $45, but procrastinated too long and the return period had came and went! These are really painful to wear ...
Summary: Stay away! i got them onsale about a while ago for $45, but procrastinated too long and the return period had came and went! These are really painful to wear but u get used to them after an hour or so, but still rather uncomfortable. The noise cancellation is very minimum, mediocre at best. The sound quality is very bad, at full blast the sound is still very mousey, not good at all for portable mp3 players at all perhaps they were designed for the in house 500W receivers? The good part about this headset is that it dont have a separate battery pod unit that most noise canceling sets do. The battery fits right into the right ear piece nicely. The non-tangle cord is also a very nice thing to have. Unfortunately thats abt all the Pros for this headset!
Great headphones almost like dj Headset
by jdmatrix on February 14, 2007
Pros: Best Bass, Good sony product BUY IT
Cons: Needs a battery,
Summary: Dont listen to the HATERS. Best Headphones. Only problm is that you need to buy GOOD QUALITY AAA Battery Other than that good headphones. I recumend you buy it from ...
Summary: Dont listen to the HATERS. Best Headphones. Only problm is that you need to buy GOOD QUALITY AAA Battery Other than that good headphones. I recumend you buy it from Ebay cheaper deal their were i got mine.
SONY NUMBER #1
Kinda Cool Looking... That's it
by Nrbelex on March 8, 2005
Pros: Cool looking, fabric cord, gold plugs
Cons: Horrible noise-cancellation, too much pressure on ears
Summary: I heard no major problems with the sound itself but then again it may have been hard to tell since the noise-cancelling was so horrible. Still a cool looking set ...
Summary: I heard no major problems with the sound itself but then again it may have been hard to tell since the noise-cancelling was so horrible. Still a cool looking set of phones.
They are good!!!
Pros: They do cancell noise effectively for the areas I use them. LIke the person above I am a student and use them commuting and in studying situations and they do cancell the nosie to an extent that it isn't noticeable.Also before I had the funopia headphones
Cons: Sound quality. going from the funopia to these is a huge step down the bass and pickup are average to say the least!!!!!!
great noise cancellation for aeroplanes
Pros: These headphones were bought for casual use but I was going oversease so i thought that i would try out the noise cancelling on an aeroplane. These are really good for planes, the low frequency loud turbofans are reduced to a thin wisp when WORN PROPERLY
Cons: the mid range bass could provide a little more punch, volume can tend to be softer than others but maybe because was using a low output mp3 player
Not as bad as ^these guys say...
Pros: comfortable! These headphones are comfy. Stuart, the reviewer above, states that these headphones are actually horizontal. yes. but the neckband is flexible, allowing it to conform to any size head. maybe that guy has a big head. (literraly) and the earph
Cons: you think it's price right? nope. don't buy them for retail! ($70) save your money and shop online. i got these for 50 shipped. but then, noise canceling headphones are a little more expensive than normal. next, the actual noise canceling. im sure there a
Riduculously Uncomfortable: Cannot Wear Longer Than Five Minutes!
Pros: Fun, but not very helpful or strong noise-cancelling circuitry; Sexy look; Behind-the-neck structure; Wire unsusceptible to tangling, supposedly (I would deal with plenty tangles if the rest of a headphone was good)
Cons: A little overpriced; Earpieces larger than what they seemed from online photos; Somewhat muffled sound; Heavy and UNCOMFORTABLE: Completely unbearable pressure on ears, to the point that I could not wear them comfortably for five minutes. These 'phones h
- Manufacturer: Sony
- Part number: MDR-G94NC
- Description: Sony's worldwide reputation for creating unique, attractive, high-quality, advanced technology products rests on a long line of innovations embraced by people from all walks of life. With a diverse product lineup serving a variety of lifestyles and industries, Sony continuously strives to introduce new products and technologies to meet changing market needs.
- Packaged Quantity 1
- Recommended Use The noise canceling feature keeps out ambient sounds on buses and airplanes. Plus, they are portable for easy transport.
- Product Type Headphones
- Weight 3 oz
- Recommended Use Portable audio system
- Additional Features L-shaped plug ,
Gold-plated plug ,
Noise canceling circuit ,
- Headphones Type Headphones - Binaural
- Headphones Form Factor - Behind-the-neck mount
- Headphones Technology Dynamic
- Connectivity Technology Wired
- Sound Output Mode Stereo
- Frequency Response 30 - 15000 Hz
- Sensitivity 100 dB
- Impedance 24 Ohm
- Diaphragm 1.2 in
- Type None
- Connector Type Headphones ( Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm )
- Cables Included Headphones cable - Integrated - 5 ft
- Power Device None
- Battery 1 x Headphone battery