The last pair of headphones that I wanted to include in my list of inexpensive workout headphones is the MDR-A35G by Sony. These headphones were released about five years ago, so they have definitely passed the test of time. I have done a lot of research on these headphones and I have come to the conclusion that they will give you what you are looking for in an inexpensive pair of sporty headphones. Sony is always a leader in design and innovation, and that shines through with the A35Gs because they are still popular headphones five years after they were introduced to the market. The reason for this is simple: they are good quality headphones at a great price.
These headphones are a headband style with in-ear drivers. They are comfortable to wear, and they will not fall off during exercise. These headphones are also totally sweat-resistant so you will not have to worry about damaging the speaker because of moisture. When not in use, the headband can be folded together to make the headphones very compact. The overall design of these ear-phones is very thin and lightweight which is perfect for workouts.
Sound quality is good, not great, with these headphones. They do perform better than average for their price range. The bass response is sufficient, and the highs are crisp and clear. The frequency range is sufficient between 10-23,000 hertz, and the sensitivity is great at 108 dB. The comfortable feel and good sound quality is tough to beat at $19.99.
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