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Sony Headphones Reviews

Updated: Nov 28, 2014 01:59
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#26
alaScore 87

Sony MDR-MA900

The bass is subtle but good. However, this set is extra light on features, so don't expect anything other than the headphones themselves.

5 expert reviews | 37 user reviews

#27
alaScore 87

Sony Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones | MDR-NWBT10N W White

This headphones started off great. 3 months later, battery's ability to hold-up juice declined 50%, and not even 3 and 1/2 months, it totally died. Only use this headphones for working out (nothing else) and that's about 3 times a week, 2-3 gym hours...

51 user reviews

#28
alaScore 87

Sony MDR-EX37

These headphones offer great quality for the price. I would highly recommend this for music lovers who don't want to pay too much money for a pair of headphones!

13 user reviews

#29
alaScore 87

Sony XBA-C10

Sony's XBA-C10IP in-ear headphones ($69.95) deserve praise for great sound quality. No audible distortion, great balance, proper emphasis across the audible spectrum—these little guys deliver all the good stuff.

3 expert reviews | 51 user reviews

#30
alaScore 87

Sony XBA-S65

Sony's XBA-S65 is an affordable, great-sounding, and extremely secure-fitting pair of moisture-resistant exercise earphones.

5 expert reviews | 123 user reviews

#31
alaScore 86

Sony MDR-MA500

Marvellous headphones. A little more expensive, but worth it. Great sound now from my computer. The Driver unit makes all the difference. I have noticed how I can now actually lower the volume on my PC and get better sound. Important though, you will...

1 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

#32
alaScore 86

Sony MDR-7520

If you listen to heavy rock, especially heavy metal like I do, then these are the headphones to have. They have excellent clarity and impact at all frequencies. They sound incredible with a headphone amp which I use with these headphones. Build quality...

21 user reviews

#33
alaScore 86

Sony Wireless Digital Sorround Headphones System | MDR-DS7500

I do not use them often, just when I can't be loud this is a late night movie watchers dream. I am no audiophile and my ears have been abused from ear aches as a kid, but I can tell between bad and good phones. I can tell you that they simply sound...

22 user reviews

#34
alaScore 86

Sony MDREX37

Can't really ask for much more. No in-line mic, but other than that these are a great sounding, tough little pair of headphones.

130 user reviews

#35
alaScore 86

Sony MDR-XB400B

Overall, Sony MDR-XB400 extra bass headphone is a reasonable option to listen to your favourite music with exceptional quality sound and deep bass. It is not only stylish in looks, but is also extremely comfortable to wear, thereby, truly justifies its...

3 expert reviews | 221 user reviews

#36
alaScore 86

Sony Portable Skip-Free CD Player Walkman with Clip Style Earbud Headphones...

This is an excellent great value for money CD player, it would have got 5 stars if only it had contrasting colours or better raised indications on the controls. These are difficult to see or feel and the only gripe for me. It sounds great good for...

17 user reviews

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#37
alaScore 86

Sony MDR-DS6500

These headphones were heavy and uncomfortable, and the sound kept cutting out. I returned them and purchased a set from a different manufacturer. I don't recommend the Sony headphones.

6 expert reviews | 879 user reviews

#38
alaScore 86

Sony MDR-NC100D

With decent noise cancelling and decent sound quality, the Sony MDR-NC100D earphones are some of the better ANC pairs you'll find, especially now they're available for around £80. The battery box is a pain and you'll naturally find better sound from a...

5 expert reviews | 1376 user reviews

#39
alaScore 86

Sony MDR-EX 71

If you're searching for reasonably priced premium earbuds, stop here and take a hard look at the Sony MDR-EX71SL headphones.

2 expert reviews | 37 user reviews

#40
alaScore 85

Sony MDR-V6

They may be close to 30 years old, but the comfortable fitting Sony MDR-V6s are arguably the best-sounding headphones for under $100.

4 expert reviews | 2266 user reviews

#41
alaScore 85

Sony Walkman Portable Skip-Free CD Player with Clip Style Earbud Headphones...

So much included liked whole package. So convenient to have every thing come together, instead of having to purchase separately

12 user reviews

#42
alaScore 85

Sony MDR-MA102TV

In terms of audio performance, they are pretty much what I was expecting for the money. No obvious distortion but nothing special. They are a bit quiet to be driven by my PC and I don't listen loud. I partly bought them for the volume controller, to be...

12 user reviews

#43
alaScore 85

Sony SRSBTM8 Portable Wireless Speaker - White

I collected this from the local Amazon locker just over a week ago. Since then I've been virtually housebound due to illness and it has been a Godsend. I can listen to Jazz Radio, Tune-In, BBC iPlayer Radio and BeyondPod all around the house. The...

1 expert reviews | 61 user reviews

#44
alaScore 85

Sony DE45

I used these for travel recently and they were really nice. I've always been a big fan of Sony products.

856 user reviews

#45
alaScore 85

Sony MDREX58V/BLK EX Series Earbud Headphones

They have great stereo sound. They block out other sounds wonderfully. They are very comfortable in my ears even if I am lying on my side. these are a good choice.u

698 user reviews

#46
alaScore 85

Sony MDR-EX210

I find these headphones overly treble-y (in spite of them advertising rich, deep bass), and that they play back rock/metal and industrial music with a faint crackle of distortion that wasn't evident with my previous pair of (Sony) headphones. Maybe I...

45 user reviews

#47
alaScore 85

Sony MDR-RF865

I wanted some headphones I could use with TV when watching films late at night so as not to disturb the neighbours & didn't hiss on the soundtrack

4 expert reviews | 910 user reviews

#48
alaScore 85

Sony Walkman Skip-Free Portable CD Player with Clip Style Earbud Headphones...

I am an avid listener of books on CD. I listen while I do housework or take walks -- this player is more expensive than others but the great quality makes the extra money well worth it.

12 user reviews

#49
alaScore 85

Sony MDR-ZX700

The Sony ZX700 headphones seem like they’re meant to appeal to audiophiles and studio pros, but with such a short cord, sterile sound and no ¼-inch adapter included, we doubt they will end up being the top choice of either.

12 expert reviews | 141 user reviews

#50
alaScore 85

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.

12 expert reviews | 502 user reviews

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