Ministry of Sound Earphones Gunmetal Grey (MOS003)

Solid, stylish and comfortable, excellent sound and detail etched logo. Twenty years of 100% sound system; of dance, sweat and tears, all combined into one in-ear headphone.

Features:
  • Aluminium housing
  • Soft-touch finish
  • Rubberised anti-tangle flat cable
  • Super soft cushions for extra comfort

    Tech Specs:

  • Driver diameter: 9mm
  • Frequency response: 12-20,000Hz
  • Impedence: 16 Ohms
  • Sensitivity: 103 dB
  • Max input power: 100 mW
  • Cable length: 1.3m
  • Brand:
    Exspect
    Format:
    Headset / headphone

    Average customer rating:

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    In stock (Sold by Kalahari)

    Delivery time :
    Country of origin: South Africa Dispatched within 24 hours (1 working day)
    Ships from :
    kalahari.com

    Was:
    R184
    Now:
    R160
    eBucks:
    eB1 600
    Discovery Miles:
    1 600

    Description

    Solid, stylish and comfortable, excellent sound and detail etched logo. Twenty years of 100% sound system; of dance, sweat and tears, all combined into one in-ear headphone.

    Features:
  • Aluminium housing
  • Soft-touch finish
  • Rubberised anti-tangle flat cable
  • Super soft cushions for extra comfort

    Tech Specs:

  • Driver diameter: 9mm
  • Frequency response: 12-20,000Hz
  • Impedence: 16 Ohms
  • Sensitivity: 103 dB
  • Max input power: 100 mW
  • Cable length: 1.3m
  • Product details

    Model:
    EX074-G
    Colour:
    Grey
    Headphone Type:
    In Ear

    Customer reviews

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    Value for money!

    Solid sound and good quality cable for a very reasonable price. These earphones are made from metal which seems to be of decent quality - slightly heavier than plastic. They come with double rib rubbers which I don't use... swopped them for plain in ear rubbers from an old pair. I would buy these earphones again!

    Awesome product

    Could have more bass but overall good product.

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