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Sony Headphones Reviews

Updated: Sep 30, 2014 12:34
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#151
alaScore 79

Sony PFR-V1

Sony's PFR-V1 Personal Field Speaker looks rather odd, but it provides a fun and interesting audio experience. Unfortunately, it's also overpriced, impractical, and plagued by distortion at higher volumes.

8 expert reviews | 42 user reviews

#152
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-Q68LW

I bought these for my son. He works in a very noisey plant and he says they are great at covering up outside noises

1591 user reviews

#153
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-RF840RK

Bought these at a reasonable price from a home electronics super-store having tried on the Sennheiser 120's (uncomfortable and kept falling off, shame because I had set my heart on them from the reviews) and the Panasonic WF820's (felt quite light and...

354 user reviews

#154
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-EX510LPB

I was looking forward to getting these as I wanted to listen to my good quality Sony mp3 with a decent pair of headphones, bought these on others advice but I have to say although the sound is great they do not isolate any noise; no different to my...

58 user reviews

#155
alaScore 79

XBA-2 Earphone (Stereo - Black, Silver, Gray - Mini-phone - Cable - 12 Ohm...

I listen to "standard" sound. I have the standard car radio, the standard speakers on the television and the computer and the standard headphones that come with the devices. So, that being said, the Sony XBA2 Dual-Driver Balanced Armature In-ear...

13 user reviews

#156
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-NC40

Though not as effective in eliminating ambient noise as more expensive sets from Bose and Sennheiser, the MDR-NC40 delivers quality audio performance and noise cancellation that's impressive considering its $100 price tag.

6 expert reviews | 342 user reviews

#157
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-EX300SL

Stated to also give a firm hold during rigorous sporting activities, this claim was only tested by me when rushing for a bus or train

5 expert reviews | 650 user reviews

#158
alaScore 79

Sony MDR RF925RK

I still used it. it been more than 5 years i love this but to old now i will get the new one very soon.

1136 user reviews

#159
alaScore 79

Sony MDR-NC13

Don't get me wrong the sound is alright. It's everything else about these headphones which are completely awful. The noise cancelling is basically outright fraud marketing, and the earbuds don't stay in your ear. The surprisingly heavy box thing (noise...

2 expert reviews | 312 user reviews

#160
alaScore 78

Sony MDR U10M

When my headset stopped working - yes people still do transcription - I looked everywhere to find a similar unit. This headset is perfect, comfortable, light weight. I highly recommend it.

20 user reviews

#161
alaScore 78

Sony MDR-E 11LP

I got these ear buds (as an alternative to inner-ear headphones) to use at the gym, and I've been really happy with how well they stay put in my ears. I've accidentally snagged the cords a few times, and they're still holding up. However, I am a little...

1 expert reviews | 245 user reviews

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#162
alaScore 78

Sony Fontopia MDR-E10LPY

Not yet reviewed by editors.

1 expert reviews | 1297 user reviews

#163
alaScore 78

Sony PIIQ Exhale MDR-PQ5/YLW - headphones

Needed some new earbuds and purchased the MDRPQ5 for the ridiculously low price offered on Buy.com. Was surprised that the sound performance was as good as some other expensive earbuds I previously owned but didn't last long. Since I did not require a...

16 user reviews

#164
alaScore 78

SONY ZX Series Stereo Headphones

Previous to these, I had been using those white Apple earbuds (which everyone knows are rather dreadful especially for Apple standards). I found these on sale and decided to try them out, and I am very happy with them. They fit well, have good sound...

10 user reviews

#165
alaScore 78

Sony MDRED12LP/GLD

Headphones feel great. I'm not a fan of the in-ear headphones or ear buds but these one fill a niche. Great sound and comfortable.

33 user reviews

#166
alaScore 78

Sony MDR-EX57LP

I've been a user of the similar MDREX51's for a long time. They're comfortable, compact, and sounded decent. My one main issue with them is the early models, especially in white, had a chemical problem with the wire insulation. Over the years of normal...

325 user reviews

#167
alaScore 78

Sony MDRNC7B.CE7

I bought the refurbished deal, which was very good value. The description called these over-the-ear headphones, I believe, so I was a little surprised to receive on-the-ear type, which are very unsatisfactory for any sort of active use, being very...

30 user reviews

#168
alaScore 78

Sony MDR-EX90LP

The Sony MDR-EX90LP earbuds sound as good as their $100 price tag suggests, but there's nothing particularly exciting about them. They're just good headphones with an understated design.

9 expert reviews | 502 user reviews

#169
alaScore 78

Sony DR-BT101

highly recommended :)

4 expert reviews | 509 user reviews

#170
alaScore 78

Sony MDR-AS40EX

The MDR-AS40EX is intended for active (read: gym) use. It lacks deep bass but fits securely and doesn't have much "cable thump."

3 expert reviews | 231 user reviews

#171
alaScore 78

Sony MDR G55LP/WG

These work great. Sound quality is good and the fold up feature is nice when not using them. The side covers don't like to stay on while in storage so I just picked one set and glued them on. Problem solved. They never poped off while in use

24 user reviews

#172
alaScore 78

Sony MDR-AS100W

If you're looking for a lightweight, headband-style headphone for the gym, the Sony MDR-AS100W Active Headphones fit the bill, but comfort could be an issue for some users.

14 expert reviews | 1373 user reviews

#173
alaScore 78

Sony MDRAS35W

The sound is great; however, the cord is TOO SHORT! If the cord was longer, I would have given it 5 stars. The short cord is a pain in the [bleep].

169 user reviews

#174
alaScore 77

Sony DJ Headphones with Reversible Ear Cups

These headphones are quite a bargain. I love the fit and they are the right size and price, not too big or small.

23 user reviews

#175
alaScore 77

N・U・D・E MDR-E10LP-PI (ソリッドピンク)

I find these really comfortable, last pair lasted about 3 years and I will buy more in the future. I find the iPod ones very uncomfortable and a bit big for my ears, these are perfect and available in a range of colours too. Although pink is great as...

93 user reviews

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