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Sony Headphones Reviews

Updated: Mar 31, 2015 09:50
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#126
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 | 32 user reviews

#127
alaScore 80

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

#128
alaScore 80

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

#129
alaScore 80

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

#130
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.

107 user reviews

#131
alaScore 80

Sony MDR-EX700

Not yet reviewed by editors.

13 expert reviews | 126 user reviews

#132
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

#133
alaScore 80

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 | 2533 user reviews

#134
alaScore 80

Sony MDR-AS50G

the AS50G's stand out with their low price and their ability to stay in your ears no matter how hard you sweat to the oldies.

7 expert reviews | 553 user reviews

#135
alaScore 80

Sony MDRPQ4/PNK PIIQ Headphones

This must be my fourth PIIQ earbud purchase. They usually last me 6 months before the sound goes out in one of the ears. I decided I'd try a new color and see if it would be different. This earbud only lasted a few hours before breaking. The internal...

51 user reviews

#136
alaScore 79

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

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#137
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-PQ3 B

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...

121 user reviews

#138
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-XB21EX/R Headphones

This earphones is awesome for its sound and bass. Even at higher voluems, the sound isn't hissing. Very reliable product.But beware, prologed hearing can cause headache or ear pain(Depending on ear sensitivity of the person).I rate it 5 stars, couldn't...

40 user reviews

#139
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-7509

Ok so when I saw the Mdr 7509 had been redesigned I got all antsy about what I was missing. So when recently buying more cans for studio and CHiPOD use I looked into a few pairs of MDR-7505 phones. The salesman also had some very well priced new...

2 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

#140
alaScore 79

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

#141
alaScore 79

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

#142
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-EX510LP In-Ear Headphones

With noise-isolation earbuds, £80. Also in black.

1 expert reviews | 24 user reviews

#143
alaScore 79

Sony EX10 In-Ear Headphones - Black

Brought these for my son as he lost his other sony earphones. These ones are cheaper but he says they are Ideal for his Ipod & Blackberry.

11 user reviews

#144
alaScore 79

Sony EX10 In-Ear Headphones - White

Brought these for My son as he lost his previous pair which were exactly the same, he thinks they are pretty good.

11 user reviews

#145
alaScore 79

MDR-XB1000

After finally deciding to be an impulsive guy and upgrade from the Sony XB-700. I took the leap and £270 of my good money leaped out of my wallet into these babies. On a good note I did sell my previous pair for £45 which did help a lot with my choice....

16 user reviews

#146
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-EX86LP

I've had these for several years. Years ago I steped on them and the driver bent. I've been using Klipsch S4i's for a year or so. One day forgot to bring them to work and I dug these out for my commute. I forgot how amaziing they sound. They are the...

20 user reviews

#147
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-XD100

could not last more than a week. sound quality was not good at all. I could use it only couple of times. It simply broke into 2 pieces in the first week.

1301 user reviews

#148
alaScore 79

Sony MDR NC300D

If you want to effectively block outside noise, but bulky headphones aren't your thing, Sony's MDR-NC300D is a solid in-ear noise-cancellation solution. But you'll have to sacrifice some audio quality in the bargain.

4 expert reviews | 182 user reviews

#149
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-EX310LP

I've had these same headphones for over two and a half years now. I used them in the rain, snow, at the gym, pretty much anywhere and they're still working. I've had other "high end" in ear headphones but none have gone through as much punishment or...

1 expert reviews | 145 user reviews

#150
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-EX50LP

it fine but it brooked after 4 weeks I don't really like that

3 expert reviews | 2110 user reviews

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