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Sony Headphones & Headsets Reviews

Updated: Aug 25, 2016 00:54
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#201
alaScore 75

Sony DR-BT21G

"Won't work consistently with computer. Awful microphone and phone interphase."

1 expert reviews | 152 user reviews

#202
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-EX90

Thanks Sony for MDR-EX90LP Well, the most exciting thing about Sony MDR-EX90LP is the price tag attached with it. It only costs $100 and the good thing about this ear buds is it gives you an enriching musical experience.

5 expert reviews | 165 user reviews

#203
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-XB40EX

The largest tiny earphones ever.

5 expert reviews | 445 user reviews

#204
alaScore 75

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.

881 user reviews

#205
alaScore 75

Sony DR-BT50

Best earphones I had so far... Got them on Amazon for $110 at 2010 so I can't complain. Good sound quality, Bluetooth connectivity is fair, but don't count on making phone calls with it - the microphone is pretty lousy - many time the other side can't...

5 expert reviews | 369 user reviews

#206
alaScore 75

Sony MDREX36V

I have at least 6 pair of these earbud's. of course my daughters also have them. They are comfortable and sound great. Highly suggest them to everyone.

244 user reviews

#207
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-110LP

I love the Sony headphones. I sleep with my Sony Walkman and these headphones delivery the best sound. I also own Bose Noise Cancelling headphones, but cannot sleep with them, so my Sony headphones are second best!

1 expert reviews | 230 user reviews

#208
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-V250V

Perfect for my Dad who is hard of hearing

208 user reviews

#209
alaScore 75

Sony Active Style Headphones

I couldn't be happier with these headphones. They fit and stay snug while jogging and exercising and they are relatively discrete too! The around the ear rubber loop really works to hold them in place without being uncomfortable. I've jogged with...

78 user reviews

#210
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-EX510LP

Sony includes a natty case to keep the 'phones safe when not pocket-surfing too. It's made of leather and reminds of a shoe polish holder. It may sound like a Dickensian throwback, but it's a cut above the naff headphone cases we're used to and will...

3 expert reviews | 39 user reviews

#211
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-V500DJ

I wanted a pair of headphones for studio work and for listening to records. As far as the sound goes, these are pretty good. The problem is that I can hardly imagine them being of any use to a working dj as things break off them far too easily. All of...

1 expert reviews | 333 user reviews

#212
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-AS30G

Good sound, but at a painful price

3 expert reviews | 337 user reviews

#213
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-XB21EX

I bought 2 different pairs at the same time. The JVC HAFX1X Headphone Xtreme-Xplosivs, and these Sony MDRs. Sony MDRs win. The JVCs are incredible, but you need to give them burn time to wear off the treble from being too harsh. Also, in comparison to...

1 expert reviews | 108 user reviews

#214
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-SA5000

Not only do you get a great pair of headphones ,but you also get a great helmet. During my biweekly stroll around the park a tree fell on top of my head. The doctor said that if I wasn't wearing my Sony MDR-SA5000 Dj Stereo Headphones I would have...

72 user reviews

#215
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-EX500SL

Ive been using a set of these now for just over 18 months and still to this day they are amazing! I am using them plugged in through a fio f5 headphone amp and i have to say the sound is incredable bass is clear and deep and the treble blows you away....

113 user reviews

#216
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-410LP

Normally, a pair of cheap, dollar-store headphones might last you at best a few months. And that's true. I've gone through at least five pairs of cheap, low quality brands of headphones that were less than five dollars a piece. They break, they're...

1 expert reviews | 82 user reviews

#217
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-SA3000

Bought this to replace my old sony mdr-sa1000 which were great also but this is much better. I listen to a wide variety of music, many genres (this is 2014 by the way) and I have yet to favor one genre over the other when listening thru these...

42 user reviews

#218
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-EX76LP

I've had these headphones for probably 5-6 years now and the right earbud just now went out on me. GREAT investment, solid range of sound, and actually pretty good noise canceling ability. Really like these, will probably be buying Sony to replace these.

113 user reviews

#219
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-NC60

Without a doubt, these noise canceling headphones will be an experience you'll never forget, even if you do find yourself on a long flight stuck between a rock and a hard place

4 expert reviews | 502 user reviews

#220
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-RF970RK

The Sony MDR-RF970RK headphones are great in theory, but fall flat on execution. If you want a pair of headphones that you will use in close proximity of the transmitter, then the Sony might not be a bad choice. They do work pretty well in that...

1 expert reviews | 991 user reviews

#221
alaScore 74

Sony DR-BT22

The Sony DR-BT22 Bluetooth headset offers an effective way to cut the cord from your cell phone or MP3 player, while still enjoying stereo audio.

3 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

#222
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-EX35LP

At Rs. 1290, i think these earphones are a hit. They could have been just a little louder and belted out more sound power, though the bass response is something worth commending. It is a great choice for someone who wants to simply replace the...

1 expert reviews | 265 user reviews

#223
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-J10

The key performance factor for me was that they needed to stay secure, and feel comfortable. These headphones succeed on both accounts. Here is a shot of them in my ear:

2 expert reviews | 2442 user reviews

#224
alaScore 74

Sony DR-320DPV

Piece of junk. The cable was so small and could ripped off when you stepped & yanked off or rolled off the chair while stepping on it.

1 expert reviews | 17 user reviews

#225
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-DS3000

Sony's entry-level wireless, surround-sound headphones are an attractive option for late-night movie watchers who don't want to wake the neighbors.

4 expert reviews | 107 user reviews

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