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MDR-D55

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Specifications

Headphone Type: Foldable elastic headband

Driver: 40mm

Impedance (Ohms): 45

Sensitivity (dB): 104

Frequency (Hz): 10~25,000

Weight (g): 120

Color Variety: Black only

Cord Length: 0.5m and 1.5m cords

Cord Arrangement: detachable

Cord Type: OFC

Plug Type: Stereo mini

Included Accessories: 0.5m and 1.5m cords, carry pouch, Stereo plug adaptor.

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MDR-D66SL

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Specifications

Headphone Type: Foldable elastic headband

Driver: 40mm

Impedance (Ohms): 40

Sensitivity (dB): 108dB

Frequency (Hz): 10~25,000

Weight (g): 120

Color Variety: Black only

Cord Length: 0.5cm plus 1.0m extension

Cord Arrangement: Single-sided

Cord Type: Litz OFC

Plug Type: Gold-plated Stereo mini

Included Accessories: 1.0m extension cable, plush-felt carrying pouch, gold-plated Stereo plug adaptor.

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MDR-D77

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Specifications

Headphone Type: Foldable elastic headband

Driver: 40mm

Impedance (Ohms): 45

Sensitivity (dB): 106

Frequency (Hz): 5~30,000

Weight (g): 120g

Color Variety: Black only

Cord Length: 0.5m and 1.5m cords

Cord Arrangement: detachable

Cord Type: OFC

Plug Type: Stereo mini

Included Accessories: 0.5m and 1.5m cords, carry pouch, Stereo plug adaptor.

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Eggos Replacement Parts

MDR-D55

Cardboard: Part # 495879801

Band ASSY, Head: Part # A4540187A

Housing [L] ASSY: Part # A4540192A

Housing [R] ASSY: Part # A4540193A

Plate [L] ASSY, Front: Part # A4540194A

Plate [R] ASSY, Front: Part # A4540195A

Micro to Mini Cord 1.5 m: Part # 169692821

Micro to Micro Cord 0.5 m: Part # 169692911

Lid [L], Rotor: Part # 495643501

Lid [R], Rotor: Part # 495643601

Pad, Ear: Part # 495644711

Stopper, Screwdriver: Part # 495644801

User Manual: Part # 375622321

MDR-D66SL

Carrying Pouch: Part # 322106401

Housing [L] ASSY: Part # A4540633A

Housing [R] ASSY: Part # A4540634A

Plate [L] ASSY, Front: Part # A4540635A

Plate [R] ASSY, Front: Part # A4540636A

Hanger [L] ASSY: Part # X33794401

Hanger [R] ASSY: Part # 322079101

Cord: Part # 175712211

Pad, Ear: Part # 322079301

Tube, R: Part # 322117401

Band ASSY, Head: Part # 495642402

Slider [L]: Part # 495642702

Slider [R]: Part # 495642802

Stopper [upper]: Part # 495643111

Stopper [Lower] [L]: Part # 495643211

Stopper [Lower] [R]: Part # 495643311

Lid [L], Rotor: Part # 495643511

Lid [R], Rotor: Part # 495643611

Bracket [L], Slider: Part # 495650901

Bracket [R], Slider: Part # 495662001

Housing [R] ASSY: Part # X33806111

Housing [R] ASSY: Part # X33806121

MDR-D77

Driver (040F011): Part # 150513021

Housing [L] ASSY: Part # A4540188A

Housing [R] ASSY: Part # A4540189A

Plate [L] ASSY, Front: Part # A4540190A

Plate [R] ASSY, Front: Part # A4540191A

Micro to Mini Cord 1.5 m: Part # 169692821

Micro to Micro Cord 0.5 m: Part # 169692911

Case Soft (FAB-NW): Part # 495651001

Pad, Ear: Part # 495644701

Stopper, Screwdriver: Part # 495644501

User Manual: Part # 375622301 or 375622311

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excellent quality pics as usual ishi. do you have the d22s?

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You're not missing much. I really cannot justify the D22's - they're really only good for budgeted situations if you catch them for the right price. This is an excellent pictorial, by the by..your pictures are fantastic and really display the 'eggos' look. Out of all three that you own, which do you use the most?

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You're not missing much. I really cannot justify the D22's - they're really only good for budgeted situations if you catch them for the right price.

i did grab them for a decent price enjoy them greatly but regret not paying the extra for the 66s, mostly for the single cord & heavier duty construction.

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i did grab them for a decent price enjoy them greatly but regret not paying the extra for the 66s, mostly for the single cord & heavier duty construction.

the poor constrcution was what bothered me the most of the sony eggo d22. that and also the 2 cord. I sold them after a few months because i thought they were not that good after all.

In stead I now own a ATH-FC7! Didn't regret it yet smile.gif (and don't think i will ever regret it)

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Fine pictures, I love the d66 but sold them to buy the ATH-A500's.

What a fool I was.... just kidding, both are good phones, but I wish I could have the portability of the D66 back.

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Hahaha, I had those two both at the same time...I will say that the A500s have the smoothness which the D66s do not. I do need a new pair of eggos since my band broke sad.gif (cracked)...

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im guessing that the price of the d77s probably havent dropped significantly?

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im guessing that the price of the d77s probably havent dropped significantly?

Indeed. The D77 still carry a relatively high used price; and it’s almost impossible to locate a brand new unit.

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great pics Ishi... bet all that great jazz you listen to sounds sweet on any of them :)

do you use them while travelling? or just at home?

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great pics Ishi... bet all that great jazz you listen to sounds sweet on any of them :)

do you use them while travelling? or just at home?

Thanks. ;) Yes, in fact I do. The eggos are great traveling companion (provides acceptable isolation) and I usually alternate between the D77 and D66SL.

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I have a pair of D66SL's which I bought a year ago from Audiocubes for about a hundred bucks. No complaints at all about the sound or build quality, but, being a clumsy fool, I managed to break one of the plastic brackets that connect the earcups to the band. The are currently marred by an unsightly strip of masking tape. Thanks to your helpful post I can now replace the bracket and restore the 'phones to their previous pristine glory.

Of course, being a new member, I have to ask the obligatory and damning stupid question(s);

How does one contact Sony to order the replacement part, approximately how much does said part cost, and (heres the worst) which part do I kneed? Sony jargon is unintelligible to me.

Thanks in advance.

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I have a pair of D66SL's which I bought a year ago from Audiocubes for about a hundred bucks. No complaints at all about the sound or build quality, but, being a clumsy fool, I managed to break one of the plastic brackets that connect the earcups to the band. The are currently marred by an unsightly strip of masking tape. Thanks to your helpful post I can now replace the bracket and restore the 'phones to their previous pristine glory.

Of course, being a new member, I have to ask the obligatory and damning stupid question(s);

How does one contact Sony to order the replacement part, approximately how much does said part cost, and (heres the worst) which part do I kneed? Sony jargon is unintelligible to me.

Thanks in advance.

Welcome to the forums!

Sorry for the delayed response. Could you provide a picture of the damaged area? Please send them via pm and I will try my best to help.

As for Sony replacement parts, you can order items direct from Sony DAPC either by web/phone/mail. However, not all parts are available since the eggo in question (MDR-D66SL) was never released in the States.

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hey Ishi:

i'm getting older and older waiting for the D77s pictorial. Please post the pics. I'm pretty curious on how they look. Thanks in advance.

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hey Ishi:

i'm getting older and older waiting for the D77s pictorial. Please post the pics. I'm pretty curious on how they look. Thanks in advance.

I promise I will get to it as soon as time permits. ;)

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I apologize for the delay, folks. I will try my best and get the MDR-D77 up soon. The pictorial as a whole is slotted for a complete overhaul. :)

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