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Experience high-fidelity audio and ultimate comfort with Sony’s MDR-1A headphones. Lightweight and properly padded, the MDR-1A sits amazingly well on the head. It also comes with rotating earcups that sit around the neck properly when not in use. Not forgetting smartphone users, the MDR-1A comes with two detachable cables, one of which has an in-line remote for smartphone users. Read more below!

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Price List by Country for Sony MDR-1A

Country International Price Price in HKD
Indonesia IDR 1.850.000 0.00
Malaysia MYR 648.00 0.00
Philippines PHP 10,115.00 0.00
Singapore SGD 170.00 0.00
Thailand THB 6,990 0.00
Vietnam VND 5.690.000 0.00

Specs of Sony MDR-1A

Sony MDR-1A Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
DateSep 2014
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
Cable length1.2 m
Connector contacts platingGold
Ear couplingCircumaural
Headphone frequency3 - 100000 Hz
Headphone sensitivity105 dB
Impedance24 Ω
Driver unit4 cm
Driver typeDynamic
Acoustic systemClosed
Headset typeBinaural
Wearing styleHead-band
Colour of productSilver

Sony MDR-1A Hong Kong

Premium Sound

The MDR-1A over-ear headphones from Sony are the successors to the popular MDR-1R premium headphones. With the MDR-1A, Sony has brought some small changes that makes it a worthy successor – one of the biggest change is the rotating earcup and the two detachable cables.

The MDR-1A headphones’ first and foremost objective is to bring the purest of sound to the listener’s ears. Large 40 mm drivers and an extended frequency range on both the low end and the high end allows the MDR-1A to truly replicate the sound as intended by the original producer, be it the bone-shaking low bass lines of an EDM track or the powerful yet graceful vocals of an opera singer – the Sony MDR-1A has it all. Listeners will be able to discern details in their songs that they have never heard before with lesser headphones.

Premium Comfort

Sony’s MDR-1A premium headphones not only sound good however, they are also very comfortable to wear. An elegant blend of plastic and metal make up the handsome looking headphones. On the earcups itself is a pair of pressure-relieving earpads that sit around your ear gently, creating a comfortable but snug fit. The headband of the MDR-1A also features seamless stitching to prevent easy tearing or fraying, and provides a smooth single surface for the headphones to rest against the top of our heads.

The earcups can also rotate to fit better around our neck, resting flat against the sides of our neck when we aren’t listening to it actively. This makes it easier and more comfortable to rest the headphones when they aren’t in use.

The MDR-1A headphones is only cabled on one side, but in the box, you can find two different audio cables – both 1.2 meters long. One of the cables has a built-in in-line remote cable that works best with Android smartphones, although some features may not be compatible with an iOS device. Included in the package is also a soft carrying pouch that can safely protect the pair of headphones during travel.

Reviews of Sony MDR-1A
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
It's been over three years since Sony introduced their MDR which was headed by the MDR-1R which were described as being able to produce “prestige” sound. Even though they were pricey, the MDR-1R was an impressive pair of over-ears and delivered in both pe...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-20
Usually when big-name electronics manufacturers get into audio, they do so casually. Their headphones are more targeted towards the average consumer, with decent quality and a reachable price.Sony is different, though. It's audio gear can dive well into “...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-03
Sony recently set me up with a couple of pieces of audio gear from their Hi-Res Audio line, so I could hear first hand the differences between typical digital music players and the higher quality sound one can expect from their product line.The two pieces...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-16
Sony's MDR-1A is the successor to the discontinued MDR-1R , a "premium" over-ear that we liked a lot when we reviewed it a few years ago.That earlier model was known for being extremely comfortable, and the very similar looking 1A, which costs $300 (£170 ...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-09
Sony's latest addition to the MDR lineup is a thoughtfully designed, exceedingly comfortable headphone pair made with luxurious materials. At $299.99, the MDR-1A isn't cheap, and given the lack of Bluetooth or noise-canceling circuitry...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-07
With Sony continuing to expand its Hi-Res audio line-up this year at CES, I thought it'd be a good occasion to finally check-up the brand here. So, lemme see what new Hi-Res headphones are there. The MDR1-A! Ah, I guess I can work with that.Being a headph...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-17
Sony's MDR-1A is the successor to the discontinued MDR-1R, a "premium" over-ear that we liked a lot when we reviewed it a few years ago.That earlier model was known for being extremely comfortable, and the very similar looking 1A, which costs $300 (£170 U...
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