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Sony Headphones & Headsets Reviews

Updated: May 23, 2018 23:11
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#251
alaScore 75

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

#252
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

#253
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-G54LP

Sony's affordable Street Style MDR-G54LP headphones offer high style and crisp sound.

4 expert reviews | 49 user reviews

#254
alaScore 75

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.

4 expert reviews | 80 user reviews

#255
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 | 343 user reviews

#256
alaScore 75

Sony DR-BT160

The Sony DR-BT160 Active Style Wireless Headset is a good option for gym rats who want to cut the cord between themselves and their wireless music devices, but business-minded users who are picky about call quality should steer clear.

3 expert reviews | 93 user reviews

#257
alaScore 75

Sony MDR-AS30G

Good sound, but at a painful price

3 expert reviews | 342 user reviews

#258
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

#259
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...

75 user reviews

#260
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-7505

This is my second pair. I use them in the field everyday and they work great. I love Sony products.

2 expert reviews | 34 user reviews

#261
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-EX52LP

Sound quality a mite disappointing, not as good as the ones that came with my Sony player (though Sony does provide pretty good phones with their players, compared to Apple, anyway). To give it credit though, these are unquestionably the best phones...

19 user reviews

#262
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

#263
alaScore 74

Sony DR-EX230DP

Better than my new JBuds J3 in bass. J3 is too heavy for my taste when working together with my creative X-Fi, but DR-EX230DP gives me a more balanced sound. The quality is outstanding considering its price (I bought it cheaper than J3).

1 expert reviews | 17 user reviews

#264
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

#265
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 | 318 user reviews

#266
alaScore 74

Sony DR-BT21G

I ordered my second wireless headset recently. After over 2 years of daily use the sound in the left ear stopped playing. I loved that I only had to buy the head set and not the receiver/transmitter too saving about $40. The new headset sound seems...

1 expert reviews | 275 user reviews

#267
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 | 2813 user reviews

#268
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-EX71SL

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

6 expert reviews | 3844 user reviews

#269
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-EX77LP

I bought these little earphones recently after my samsung ones for my Galaxy S2 started playing up and with the hundreds of pairs on the market, these seemed to be getting good reviews and are good value for money. I paid just over £10 for mine but I...

3 expert reviews | 24 user reviews

#270
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-710LP

Bass addicts on tight budgets will appreciate Sony's MDR-710LP portable, collapsible headphones, but audiophiles should consider a warmer-sounding set.

2 expert reviews | 118 user reviews

#271
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-IF240RK

Check the Amazon website here for more information on this product.

3 expert reviews | 1845 user reviews

#272
alaScore 74

Sony MDR-AS35W

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].

179 user reviews

#273
alaScore 74

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 | 65 user reviews

#274
alaScore 73

Sony MDR-F1

I got great results since this headphone is optimized for the MDR-DS8000's amplifier. With other amplifiers you could get varying results so I can't comment on the performance in case you use another.

24 user reviews

#275
alaScore 73

Sony MDR-A34L

I loved these! I need in-ear earphones because regular headphones press against the legs of my glasses. I like having a headband because the cord gets too unruly on earphones that are just all wire. And I like foldable because then they are more...

44 user reviews

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