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Sony Headphones & Headsets Reviews

Updated: Jun 24, 2017 22:17
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#301
alaScore 69

Sony MDR 101LP

I have a cheap $15 mp3 player and when i'm playing it full blast through these Sony MDR 101 headphones sometimes its still not loud enough(depends on how loud the recording levels were set on the material i'm listening to). I am getting an ipod nano...

17 user reviews

#302
alaScore 69

Sony MDR-CD280

Im sure anyone with little cash and wanting okay headphones will be plenty satisfied with these, but if you are looking for some real cans your going to have to take a jump into the $100's. Anyways, for anyone with some cash to spend and wants a pair...

1 expert reviews | 42 user reviews

#303
alaScore 69

Sony Fontopia MDR-EX51LP

I've been looking for a back-up pair of earbuds for my current Skullcandy Ink'd pair. I play music professionally and listen mostly at home and on the train to work. Below are my Top 3 earbud recommendations... The Skullcandy Ink'd are the best earbuds...

1811 user reviews

#304
alaScore 69

Sony MDR-G74SL

Delivering powerful bass and clear sound, the MDR-G74SL headphones are the best of the 2004 Sony Street Style lineup.

1 expert reviews | 180 user reviews

#305
alaScore 69

Sony MDR ED31LP

By These buds were great for the money while they lasted as mine have recently packed up. Found the bass to be crisp and a good improvement on bundled MP3 player buds at a decent price. However this week the right bud has started muffling then has not...

71 user reviews

#306
alaScore 69

Sony DR-220DP

As many do say, there is usually the problem of having to have the microphone very close to your lips/mouth. Sometimes i had to actually put it in my mouth to make sure people heard me. There has been times i have Bought this and there were very light...

54 user reviews

#307
alaScore 68

Sony MDR-NX1

I've been using my Sony MDR-NX1 earphones for about 9 months. The "necklace-pendant" type design is a great idea. It lets you just hang a small MP3 player from your neck, suspended in the center of your body rather than off to one side in a pocket or...

260 user reviews

#308
alaScore 68

Sony MDR-G52LP

This has a pretty good sound and is very comfortable on my head during my workouts. You can't beat it for the price.

1 expert reviews | 80 user reviews

#309
alaScore 68

Sony MDR-E827G

The MDR-E827G earbuds may look sporty, but they didn't fare well during our sweat sessions.

1 expert reviews | 54 user reviews

#310
alaScore 67

Sony MDR-Q55SL

The three Q55SL earclip 'phones emphasize style without sacrificing performance.

1 expert reviews | 122 user reviews

#311
alaScore 65

Sony MDR-NC5

We had high hopes for these bulked-up noise-canceling headphones--too bad they have lightweight sound.

1 expert reviews | 12 user reviews

#312
alaScore 65

Sony MDR-SA1000

Sony's huge MDR-SA1000 headphones are the largest in this review.

2 expert reviews | 66 user reviews

#313
alaScore 64

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

2 expert reviews | 171 user reviews

#314
alaAverage 5

Sony MDR-RF895RK

I've had this headphone for the last 3 weeks and I am very satisfied with it. It is very comfortable to use and has a good reproductive sound. A good Sony product which I can recommend.

2 user reviews

#315
alaAverage 5

Sony MDR-XB60EX

This has got to be the best headphones I've ever used or owned. The bass is outstanding! It's punchy and doesn't get muddy at high volume. I've tried my friends Beats Tours and Beats Solo HD. They're better than Tours by a mile. The bass is about the...

4 user reviews

#316
alaAverage 5

Sony MDR-NWNC33

These in-ear headphones can replace the noise canceling headphones bundled with Walkmans that support noise canceling. This headphone is slightly different than the bundled headphones in that these have a shorter cable from the headphones to the mini...

2 user reviews

#317
alaAverage 5

Sony MDR-G58

The Sound. Musicality. Doesn't subtract or add to recording. Make sure you have a player that does the same. Doesn't punch up the bass register into unreality.The Musicality of the SoundPros:The SoundCons:ergonomics. Would have preferred it to be an...

1 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#318
alaAverage 4.6

Sony MDR-EX500

I've had the Sony MDR-EX500LP Premium EX Earbud Style Headphones for over 2 years and have used them for hours a day on a daily basis; indoors, outdoors, at the gym, etc. They still work great and I haven't lost any of the removeable earbuds. I...

3 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#319
alaAverage 4.5

Sony DRB-T22IK/B

"Excellent wireless earphones. Sound range isn't as deep as corded, but not having any wires to deal with is great. Product works exactly as described."

1 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#320
alaAverage 4.5

Sony MDREX650APT

This is my second sony headphones. First one lasted me for years and I was very pleased with it. I wasn't sure if this one was good enough as my first Sony headphone but it exceeded my expectations. Much much better. Loved it.

9 user reviews

#321
alaAverage 4.4

Sony MDR-XB400IP

These headphones are amazing! The new memory foam earpads are very comfortable for long listening sessions. My previous Sony headphones would become uncomfortable after a few hours of use but not these. I can wear them for hours and have no ear fatigue.

6 user reviews

#322
alaAverage 4.3

Sony XBA C10iP

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.

1 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#323
alaAverage 4.3

Sony h.ear on Wireless NC

Priced to compete with Bose's QuietComfort 35, the comfortable H.ear On Wireless NC offers impressive sound and noise canceling that make it a strong contender in the category.

2 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#324
alaAverage 4

Sony MDR-XB950N1

Sony's MDR-XB950N1 headphones deliver a sound signature that's less crisp and bright than many we test, but avoid sounding muddy when the bass is tamped down. When the effect is engaged, all bets are off. The noise cancellation is quite good for this...

1 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#325
alaAverage 4

Sony MK200

Good product at a reasonable price. Happy with it, but a bit irritating that incoming calls does not ring in in the headset.

7 user reviews

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