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Sony Headphones Reviews

Updated: Dec 20, 2014 23:35
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#101
alaScore 81

Sony MDR ED12LP/RED

Love them - second pair - comfortable in the ear and no one can hear my music since I ride the LIRR

811 user reviews

#102
alaScore 81

Sony MDR ED12LP/SLV

Love them - second pair - comfortable in the ear and no one can hear my music since I ride the LIRR

809 user reviews

#103
alaScore 81

Sony MDR ED12LP/BLU

I liked these earbuds so much after having the first pair for a few months so I bought a 2nd pair. Well turns out they never last more than a year... I am not abusive with headphones - they mostly just sit in my desk at work when I'm not wearing...

802 user reviews

#104
alaScore 81

Sony MDR-RF810 Wireless Headphones

I was amazed with these headphones for the price. The sound quality is excellent and the range is amazing, they work in every room in the house, in the garden and halfway up the street!

42 user reviews

#105
alaScore 81

Sony MDR-E818LP

This could be the best quality earbud in the market, and for the best price. It uses a rare twin-turbo circuit which produces a deep bass with a spacious, crisp, comfortable sound for vocal or instrumental alike. Apparently it has been discontinued. A...

1 expert reviews | 2534 user reviews

#106
alaScore 81

Sony DR-EX12IP

The sound is very poor. My kids $3 earphones sound better. And the volume/trac control do not work, even though it stated that it would work on all editions of I-pods.

1 expert reviews | 547 user reviews

#107
alaScore 81

Sony DR-ZX701IP Headset

These headphones have very good sound quality for the price range. It is more of a flat soundscape, which means the bass won't annoy you. It fits all types of music well. Another plus is that these are closed, so no sound escapes to bother those around...

25 user reviews

#108
alaScore 81

Sony MDR-MA100

All in all, Sony MDR MA100 Hi-Fi Music and Movie Headphone gives you a thumping bass and long hours listening comfort at a very low price. The extremely easy-on-the-pocket price has made these headphones a must buy portable audio equipment.

1 expert reviews | 30 user reviews

#109
alaScore 81

Sony MDR-EX600

A decent set of in-ears, but look at a bunch of reviews before buying.

3 expert reviews | 36 user reviews

#110
alaScore 81

Sony MDR-XB300

Audiophiles, steer clear; bass lovers, rejoicethis Sony pair isn't accurate, but it's affordable, and it covers subwoofer frequencies with powerful response.

11 expert reviews | 1074 user reviews

#111
alaScore 81

SONY MDR-V150

With the arrival of my first child and the house getting smaller as a result, finding time to do things had been getting more difficult, and the chances of any noise created being a problem increased. The simple solution seemed to be a set of...

8 expert reviews | 4063 user reviews

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#112
alaScore 81

Sony MDR-ZX500

Cheap Sony headphones offer value but not much cheer

3 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

#113
alaScore 81

SONY MDR-NC8

For the price tag, this lightweight set is a great buy for noise-blocking headphones.

2 expert reviews | 38 user reviews

#114
alaScore 80

Sony MDR 370LP

Great sound very light in weight I like the large knob on the jack end easy to grip and pull out. Fells good on the ears not to much pressure. A great buy

1 expert reviews | 79 user reviews

#115
alaScore 80

Sony MDR-PQ3 Y

As far as headphones go, I've owned 20+ pairs in the last five to six years. Between ear buds and over the head, I find that even in the expensive lines that they break or stop working between 2-8 months. Not this pair. I bought this pair in 2010 just...

72 user reviews

#116
alaScore 80

Sony MDR E10LP/VLT

I like the way the Sony earbuds fit, but they don't work as well as they used to...the quality is failing. I've bought more than 1 set, thinking one was defective, but with the last 3 pair, within a couple months one side stopped working. I give it 2...

41 user reviews

#117
alaScore 80

Sony MDR-PQ2

I've had these headphones for about 4 years now, not once has it ever had that issue where sound only comes out of one side. I've had headphones break after a few months but these ones are still going strong. I'm so sad to see them discontinued cause...

302 user reviews

#118
alaScore 80

Sony MDRPQ6/Z

I gave these as gifts to a lot of people and everybody loved them. The sound is great (although I'm not an audiophile). Its good, loud and clear. I can still hear outside sounds but its really faint. I prefer it this way though. Loud enough so I can...

16 user reviews

#119
alaScore 80

Sony MDREX50LPS Mid-range In-ear Headphones with Deep Base -Silver

I bought these to replace my trusty Klipsch X1s (sadly Amazon no longer appears to sell them). Those earphones showed me you don't need to spend a whole heap of cash to get good sound quality, and after reading all the positive reviews on here about...

79 user reviews

#120
alaScore 80

SONY MDRPQ4/GRN PIIQ CLIP-ON EARBUDS (GREEN)

Though these were cool so I go a pair. Pros: Cool looking, partial articulation (they move) Cons: Left earphone stopped working (I used it with an iPhone, don't use it with an iPhone), uncomfortable after prolonged use

130 user reviews

#121
alaScore 80

Sony MDR-EX500LP

Check the Amazon website here for more information on this product.

9 expert reviews | 301 user reviews

#122
alaScore 80

Sony MDR-ED 12

The Sony MDR-ED12LP headphones remain your quintessential petite and highly portable accessory to enjoy non-stop dulcet songs while on the move. With the Sony MDR-ED12LPheadphones, audiophiles are bound to experience tremendous power crammed into a...

1 expert reviews | 485 user reviews

#123
alaScore 80

Sony MDR 210LP

Decent pair, light weight just OK sound. Purchased for Skype music lessons, the open ear design allows me to hear my instrument.

108 user reviews

#124
alaScore 80

Sony MDR-XB1000

To go from my stock ipod earbuds to these has changed the role of music in my life. This was my first personal audio purchase and I must say I am beyond pleased. I don't need to explain why I was unhappy with my Apple earbuds, so lets skip that part....

1 expert reviews | 29 user reviews

#125
alaScore 80

Sony MDRPQ4/GRN PIIQ Headphones

We've purchased like four pairs of these so far- we love them!! They stay in place much better than traditional ear buds, even when you sweat. The hoops behind your earlobes do not apply much, if any pressure, so they don't feel strange at all (in my...

132 user reviews

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