Button Design Noise Isolating Earphones - Black & White
    Product # 8321
    Button Design Noise Isolating Earphones - Black & White
    Product # 8321
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    Button Design Noise Isolating Earphones - Black & White

    These Monoprice earphones are just the thing you need to swing to your favorite tunes!

    The noise-isolation design ensures that you won't be bothered by the outside world, while listening to your favorite music. The 9.2 mm driver and 98 dB sensitivity ensure loud, clear musical reproduction from your iPod or other portable music device.

    The earphones have a 47" cord with a gold-plated 3.5 mm stereo plug, which will fit most devices. If you need a 2.5 mm or 1/4" connection, Monoprice carries adapters, which are linked below. The gold-plating on the connector ensures maximum electrical conductivity, while reducing the effects of corrosion, which can occur with tin- or nickel-plated designs.

    Attractively featured and attractively priced, you can't go wrong with these earphones!



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    Specifications
    Model Number MEP-816
    Driver Unit 9.2 mm
    Impedance 16 ohms
    Sensitivity 98 +/- 3 dB / 1mW (S.P. L at 1 k Hz)
    Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz
    Wire Length 1200 mm (47")

    200 Reviews

    83.1% of the reviewers recommend this product

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    Bang for your buck

    • Wayne ,
    •  Palmyra, NY 
    • 5/18/2016 4:46:20 AM

    Pros: Great sound for little money

    Cons: None

    My daughter bought me high-end Sony earbuds that I use for the gym. Someone stole them so I bought these base on customer ratings - and if someone stole these I was out less than $5. Wow, I couldn't believe how great they sounded. I like them much better than the Sony's. Because they are so inexpensive I've bought several sets that I keep at different locations - just for convenience.

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    Best Every day Headphones

    • Donald,
    •  Jacksonville, FL 
    • 5/17/2016 9:37:30 PM

    Pros: Durable, noise cancelation works, decent sound quality

    Cons: As some have stated, the rubber ear pieces do tend to fall off while being stored in your pocket. Make sure you have extras. Not a deal killer for me.

    I have had a pair for about a year and a half now and they still work completely flawless. I hear very little to no background noise while using them. If you are looking for that super high HD sound, then these are not for you. the sound quality is pretty decent while running around town or the house getting things done. They are perfect in my opinion and am ordering another pair just in case so i'm never without one.

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    Cheap phones, cheap sound

    • Kevin Hisel,
    •  Champaign, IL 
    • 5/6/2016 12:55:38 PM

    Pros: Cheap

    Cons: Cheap

    Unusably bad sound.. No high end whatsoever, threw in the bin. Please do not contact me to change my review last time I left negative feedback.

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    Great for the price

    • Anonymous,
    •  Westfield, IN 
    • 5/2/2016 8:05:45 AM

    Pros: Cheap
    Good construction
    Lightweight
    Durable

    Cons: Sound Quality

    I've bought 3 pairs so far. They work great, and the only problem I've had is that I lost a silicone ear piece off my first pair. They're lightweight and never fall out of my ears. I also like that they come with different sizes for larger or smaller ears.
    They don't have the best sound quality, but for the price, I give these buds a 5/5.

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    Decent cheap headphones

    • Sean OBrien,
    •  Harwood, MD 
    • 4/20/2016 10:38:32 AM

    Pros: Cheap. Decent sounding for the money, certainly better than most $5 headphones.

    Cons: Could sound better with only a little work. Body is a little small to get a good grip when inserting.

    For the money, they're not bad. Lacking clarity and top end but inoffensive. For $6, they're a decent value. Basically disposable, so you won't feel bad when they break.

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