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Sony Headphones Reviews

Updated: Jul 6, 2015 13:20
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#301
alaScore 71

Sony MDR-NE1

The Sony MDR-NE1-a excellent heaphone.

2 expert reviews | 38 user reviews

#302
alaScore 71

Sony MDR-E 931 LP/S

I bought these because I thought I was buying a very similar pair of headphones to the ones I already have, sadly I was mistaken, these have no bass what so ever (had to mess around with the equaliser and turn on turbo bass to me the music sound...

1 expert reviews | 172 user reviews

#303
alaScore 71

MDRR 10

Our reviewer was so impressed by the Sony MDR-R10 that he said they "make other limited items, gold-plated or otherwise, seem almost mundane." Sony spared no detail to make every aspect of this product special. It features lambskin pads and pure silk...

1 expert reviews | 10 user reviews

#304
alaScore 71

Sony MDR-XD300

The sound was just okay. It felt pretty cheaply made but it was comfortable enough. Would I buy this again, no.

1 expert reviews | 249 user reviews

#305
alaScore 71

Sony MDR-W 20

So I realize they don't make these headphones anymore, but I'm writing this review, and hopefully SONY will see it. Please please please bring back these headphones!! All the earbuds that have basically taken over the market are ok if you're seated,...

30 user reviews

#306
alaScore 71

Sony MDR W14L

Ah, if only Sony made these headphones with a more durable cable... I'm on my 3rd pair already. I keep coming back to them because the sound quality is great and beats any 'two-pods-on-a-wire' type headphone. Unfortunately the cable is the weak point....

23 user reviews

#307
alaScore 71

Sony MDR-G58V

Street Style - headphones ( behind-the-neck )

1 expert reviews | 21 user reviews

#308
alaScore 71

Sony MDR-Q66LW/B

I like this product very much. I hate having to carry around anything with wires that I constantly have to wrap up after each use. I especially hate having to untangle headphone wires and I wanted something that retracted. These headphones work...

93 user reviews

#309
alaScore 71

Sony MDR-W25G

I wish I could go into great detail about the mechanics of anything electronic, but I can't. All I know is if something works for me and these do just fine. I bought two different ones and both are just fine. In my pair before these, the wire must have...

36 user reviews

#310
alaScore 70

Sony MDRG72LP

I personally love these because, although it takes a while to get used to, they are very comfortable

105 user reviews

#311
alaScore 70

Sony Clip-on Headphones MDR-Q33LP

I already owned a pair of these and have to say that the ear clips are the best. I can't find any of the newer models that can compare on comfort.

40 user reviews

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#312
alaScore 70

Sony MDR-301LP

The sound quality is very good, but they are very large and bulky. Included in the package is a cap for the plug so that it doesn't get damaged, which is nice. Basically they are exactly what I wanted, except they slip down my petit head. Not very much...

24 user reviews

#313
alaScore 70

Sony MDR-RF815RK/B

I had the same model of cordless head phones before for a number of years and sought to find another set following an accident to my original set. They are ideal for using about the house.

35 user reviews

#314
alaScore 70

Sony MDR-DS8000

I use these as an alternative to PC speakers, I have a great set-up but the noise from PC games drives my Girlfriend crazy, she also dislikes most of the music I listen to so guess what I got for Christmas. The Headphones themselves are fairly...

14 user reviews

#315
alaScore 70

Sony MDR G73LP

It's my second pair, I love them to death. Comfort, sound quality, design, everything suits me perfectly. Unfortunately, Sony discontinued that particular model, I wish they brought it back. Current street style models are not even close to G73LP....

30 user reviews

#316
alaScore 70

Sony MDR-EX51LP

Great sound, especially for the money

2472 user reviews

#317
alaScore 70

Sony MDRCD180 Headphones

Headphones ( ear-cup ) - black, metallic gray

86 user reviews

#318
alaScore 70

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 | 208 user reviews

#319
alaScore 70

Sony MDR-RF 820 RK

Really impressed with the headphones. Off the bat they were simple to set up and use straight away, and highly comfortable. You literally get lost into your own little world listening to music and tv. Great quality sound, clarity and bass, plus the...

1 expert reviews | 71 user reviews

#320
alaScore 69

Sony MDR 501LP

When I saw these headphones, I thought they were a little strange. however, after I tried them, I noticed the excellent sound quality, the comfortable shape, the LONG cord, and the included jack size adapter, I was sold. First thing's first: These...

18 user reviews

#321
alaScore 69

Sony MDR-ED 228 LP

I bought these based on the reviews on Amazon. I have to admit to being a bit disappointed. While these earphones are fairly good (better that most stock earbuds) they did not match what people have been saying about them. I found the mid and upper...

60 user reviews

#322
alaScore 69

Sony MDR-G82LP

I have been using these headphones on a daily basis since 2001. Actually, I replaced my worn out headphones in 2002, but that pair is still going strong. While my Sennheiser closed ear headphones have somewhat better sound, the Sony compact folding...

45 user reviews

#323
alaScore 69

Sony MDR-EX70LP

I enjoyed their sound while they lasted, but a weird thing happened to them: the rubber coating on the cord (the part between the two earbuds that goes behind your neck) started splitting into ribbons and breaking off. It's not like I was abusing it, I...

1 expert reviews | 397 user reviews

#324
alaScore 69

Sony MDR-Q 33 LP

First of all, I'd like to note that I have no earlobes and smaller ears, so while I'm sure it's physically possible for me to use earbud headphones, it's really very uncomfortable. And without having much ear to grab onto, most of the over-the-ear...

65 user reviews

#325
alaScore 69

Sony MDR-CD 380

I've had my MDR-CD380 for 7+ years. They've traveled with me around the world (various climates from tropical to temperate) and survived. The sound quality is very good and they're very comfortable - you can wear them for hours at a stretch, without...

44 user reviews

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