Sony MDR-AS30G Active Style Headphones (Silver)

Sony MDR-AS30G Active Style Headphones (Silver)

  • Slim/lightweight headphones with a behind-the-neck band
  • Flattening structure for ease of portability
  • Single sided cord for sports usage
  • Short cord (2ft) & extension cord (2 feet) is supplied

Active style headphones with slim and lightweight behind-the-neck band.Unique Stability Tip provides secure fit in the ear to prevent dropping during sports or work out use.

Sony’s MDR-AS30G Sports Headphones give you the freedom to enjoy your music and workout without any interference from bothersome cords. These headphones are great for athletes, personal trainers, fitness enthusiasts and those who are continuously involved in physical activity or on-the-go. Enjoy features such as a sweat resistant guard design, rich sound quality, and a cord clip to secure the cord during movement.

Sony AS30G workout

Active Lifestyle Design

Perfect for the active lifestyle, fast movements and high-impact workouts, these versatile headphones have a slip-resistant, comfortable fit for all ear sizes. The MDR-AS30G headphones have a slim, lightweight behind-the-neck band with a unique “stability” tip that provides a secure fit in the ear to prevent dropping during physical activity, sports and workouts.

Sweat Resistant

Sony’s MDR-AS30G’s have a sweat-resistant moisture guard design that allows moisture to pass around the headphones so you won’t have to worry about sweat damaging your headphones while working out.

Sony AS30G workout

Enjoy your workout without interference

Secure Fit

Perfect for the active lifestyle, fast movements, and high-impact workouts, the MDR-AS30G headphones are versatile and have a slip-resistant, comfortable fit for all ear sizes. A cord clip is included to secure the cord and prevent interruptions during your activities.

Sound Quality

Sound should not be sacrificed during high-impact workouts and activities. The rich sound quality found in these headphones will keep you moving with sharp tones and deep, vivid bass.

Cord Adjuster/Extension

Adjust the cord length to suite your needs, using the shorter cord (2 feet) for arm-band use and the extension cord (additional 2 feet) for attaching to a backpack or waistband.

Take to the Gym

A hard carrying case is included to keep your headphones protected while traveling. The MDR-AS30G’s lightweight, compact design has a flattening structure for ease of portability in your gym bag, backpack, or your pocket.

Sony AS30G workout

Compact design allows for easy portability

MDR-AS30G Specs

Driver Unit: 30mm diameter, dome type
Magnet Type: Neodymium
Frequency Response: 14Hz – 23,000Hz
Impedance: 24 ohms
Sensitivity (db): 106dB/mW
Power Handling Capacity: 100mW
Cord Length: 2ft


What’s in the Box

  • MDR-AS30G Headphones
  • Hard Carrying Case
  • Extension Cord
  • Clip
  • Warranty Card

Comparison feature

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MDR-AS20J Active Style
MDR-AS30G
MDR-AS30G Active Style
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MDR-AS50G Active Style Sprial Neck-Band
Driver Units 13.5mm 30mm 13.5mm 9mm 9mm
Water-Resistant  ✓  ✓
Design Soft Loop Hangers Behind-the-Neck Over-the-head, Lightweight Earbuds with detachable ear hangers Behind-the-neck
Carrying Case/Pouch  
Ideal for Armband Use   ✓ 
Cord Length  4 ft 2 ft (additional 2 ft ext. cord) 2 ft (additional 2 ft ext. cord) 2 ft (additional 2 ft ext. cord)  2 ft (additional 2 ft ext. cord)

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