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Sony Headphones Reviews

Updated: Jul 3, 2015 00:15
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#226
alaScore 76

Sony MDR-NC7B

I really like these headphones, and I do recommend them.Good HeadphonesPros:Good sound, good looking, sturdyCons:Fuzzy noise in background of noise cancelling function, somewhat bulky

1 expert reviews | 28 user reviews

#227
alaScore 76

Sony MDR-XB20EX

Not too bad falls out of my ear a little bit even with trying all 3 sizes pretty good quality for the price

3 expert reviews | 345 user reviews

#228
alaScore 76

Sony DR-V150IP

I have had other sony headphones in the past (specifically MDR-V700) and they have been working great for years, just outside of the warranty period, one side stopped producing sound.

1 expert reviews | 83 user reviews

#229
alaScore 76

Sony DR-XB23VP

For the price, these Sony earphones sound outstanding! They surpass the Dre Beats' IMO in clear sound and solid bass. The only earphones that sounded better to me were the Bose, and not by much. BTW, the Beats' and Bose are way overpriced for what they...

14 user reviews

#230
alaScore 76

Sony MDR-EX33LP

These were great earbuds, solid sound and the perfect fit for my tiny ears. They were the first earbuds I'd ever liked, but one side stopped working less than a year after minimal use.

2 expert reviews | 382 user reviews

#231
alaScore 76

Sony Triqii

The Sony Triqiis are not for audiophiles, which is to be expected from a set of $30 headphones. For that price, you clearly aren't going to get a top-of-the-line model, but the Triqiis really aren't bad for the price. Providing you like (or are at...

2 expert reviews

#232
alaScore 75

MDR-110LP Headphones

I bought the MSR-110LP headphones for my Mac. I was pleasantly suprised at how light these are-just 50 grams, yet it has good sound-nice bass response and not that loud (so to avoid hearing damage).

1 expert reviews | 192 user reviews

#233
alaScore 75

Sony DR-BT22IK Bluetooth iPod Headphones

Bottom-line, despite the cons that I have mentioned, they are minor for me compared to the benefits of this product. As long as you are aware of the battery situation just make sure you start with a full battery, after about an hour workout you will...

90 user reviews

#234
alaScore 75

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...

87 user reviews

#235
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-Q 25 LP

I have been using them almost daily (sometimes only weekly) for more then two years. I have had to replace numerous pads but the headphones themselves are still working great. They have been sat on and shoved in pockets with no problems. I wish they...

596 user reviews

#236
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-EX52LP

Who am I: Long distance commuter, listening to rock and electronic music. PROS: Sound isolation Amazing sound Price Durability: 3 years! Yes.. OMG Comfort! So soft.. and the over-ear clip makes them suited for the rough business of commuting CONS: In...

37 user reviews

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#237
alaScore 75

SONY Stereo Headphones MDR-EX500SL BLACK | Inner Ear Headphone (Japan Import)

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....

112 user reviews

#238
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-V250V

These are the absolute best headphones on the market today. The sound is in one word incredible. 4 Range Volume Control high to low with a choice between mono or stero (what other headphones have these options). Plug these headphones into your computer...

179 user reviews

#239
alaScore 75

Sony MDR 310LP

I had a pair of these headphones prior. I had difficulty in trying to find another pair like them in the music shops. I am so happy that these are on Amazon. The sound quality is great. I travel quite a bit and these collapse to fit inside a coat...

25 user reviews

#240
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-EX32LP

The SONY EX Monitor Headphones MDR-EX33LP remain your quintessential petite and highly portable accessory to enjoy non-stop honeyed songs while on the move. Due to their even-handed sound reproduction and pulsating acoustic effects, they easily surpass...

2 expert reviews | 848 user reviews

#241
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-EX36V

The Sony MDR-EX36V Stereo Headphones are a good budget-friendly option for anyone who wants to upgrade from the earbuds that come packaged with MP3 players.

1 expert reviews | 130 user reviews

#242
alaScore 75

Sony MDR 7502

If you need studio headphones, these are good for checking high end. They are a great tool for de-essing and bright percussion checks. I wouldn't use these for tracking or extended use, because they are fatiguing.

63 user reviews

#243
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-EX81SLB

I wouldn't want them in white... but they look good.. might put them on the Christmas list

5 expert reviews | 148 user reviews

#244
alaScore 75

Sony EX Monitor MDR-EX85LP/B

Last year, Sony tested the waters with MDR-EX90LP, a $100 hybrid earphone that looked like a metal, large-speakered earbud with a silicone eartip attached. But with a selling price substantially higher than Sony's in-canal MDR-EX70 and MDR-EX80 models,...

8 expert reviews | 1140 user reviews

#245
alaScore 75

Sony MDRG75LW

I bought this item cause I needed it for intense cardio work out, unfortunately the pull down cord worked for a while and then it stopped working, the stopping mechanism stinks. I wanted return the item but it's not worth the cost

52 user reviews

#246
alaScore 75

Sony MDR NC33

Which pair of headphones is for you will depend on your preferences - though it should be obvious that the Sennheisers impressed us most. Relatively compact and with a thoroughly effective noise-cancelling feature, these are what to go for if you're...

4 expert reviews | 202 user reviews

#247
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-RF800RK

I bought these because I can not hear the television real well without turning the volume way up. This seems to annoy everyone else in my household. I also like to stay up late watching tv, so the loud television has a tendency to wake people up. I...

1 expert reviews | 764 user reviews

#248
alaScore 75

Sony Noise Canceling Headphones

Good for certain genres of music

1 expert reviews | 831 user reviews

#249
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-EX77LP

I've been using this pair for over a year, never had any problems with them. Before, I had practicly the same, also without any issues (I bought new ones when I lost my older ones).

2 expert reviews | 125 user reviews

#250
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-J 20

These headphones advertise well because of the way it looks. If these headphones were anything but sports oriented they'd be ...okay..maybe. But for people who do intense sports, running, cardio, soccer, football, tennis, etc they are horrific. Only...

20 user reviews

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