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Sony Headphones Reviews

Updated: Jul 31, 2015 12:21
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#326
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

#327
alaScore 70

Sony MDR-G94NC

These are great nose canceling headphone for an unbeatable price. I use my nearly everyday. They fasten around the back of your head and only have one wire to connect to your player not the usual two hanging down. The fold up so you can put them in...

29 user reviews

#328
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

#329
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

#330
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

#331
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

#332
alaScore 69

Sony MDR-G 63 LP

Great sound, comfortable though they pinch my ears a bit after more than an hour.

45 user reviews

#333
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

#334
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...

19 user reviews

#335
alaScore 69

Sony MDR-CD280 Consumer Headphones

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...

2 expert reviews | 55 user reviews

#336
alaScore 69

Sony MDR RF850RK

Just had a pair for Christmas - excellent sound and very good range can listen to the adverts whilst making a drink in the kitchen and get back when the film starts (can't rewind or pause the freesat in the bedroom!!) despite signal passing through 2...

1 expert reviews | 37 user reviews

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#337
alaScore 69

Sony S2 Sports Headphones - MDR-A35G

The MDR-A35G headphones are ideal for active pursuits, such as jogging.

1 expert reviews | 785 user reviews

#338
alaScore 68

Sony MDR-ED 268 LP

I bought these headphones, not sure if they were this model, but they had this same HORRIBLE DESIGN. I mean they sounded alright, but i had them in my ears for little time and they just killed my ears. I dont know why they have that little thing that...

25 user reviews

#339
alaScore 68

Sony MDR-NC 20

I've had a pair of these since around 1999 and they're still working perfectly. They're not the cheapest around, but then I haven't had to replace them either. Totally recommended. They do tend to need to be taken off after about 2-3 hours, but then...

41 user reviews

#340
alaScore 68

Sony MDR-G52LP Consumer Headphones

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

2 expert reviews | 104 user reviews

#341
alaScore 68

Sony MDR-Q 55

I was looking for a pair of headphone for jogging. It's not very comfortable, and keeps coming off from my ears. Really annoying. However, if you are not using them for sports, the quality is fairly good for this price.

43 user reviews

#342
alaScore 68

Sony MDR-Q55SL SLD

The cord went crazy after a couple weeks, it's nice they give a cord extension, but the headphones get tangled worse than a snake in a sausage factory.

107 user reviews

#343
alaScore 67

Sony MDR CD3000

Ah, my favourite cans, better than ###*. I've tried electrostatics, the upper AT range, the teutonic triple and some Alessandros - but none of these pleased me as much as the old rattly Sony.

12 user reviews

#344
alaScore 67

Sony MDR-NC5

These are the first pair of noise cancelling headphones I've ever bought/used, so I have nothing to compare them to except my previous regular headphones. First of all, I love the fact that it folds away into a nice compact size, which fits into the...

12 user reviews

#345
alaScore 66

Sony MDR-RF 875 RK

I wanted a set of wireless headphones to listen to classical and popular music without disturbing the rest of the family and in the garden. For optimal sound I use the speaker system and I knew that the quality of the sound for wireless phones was...

13 user reviews

#346
alaScore 66

Sony MDR-NC50

Sennheiser has nothing to fear from these in terms of competition

3 expert reviews | 253 user reviews

#347
alaScore 66

Sony MDR RF945RK

I have had Sony cordless headphones since 2003, so... ten+ years. I like them just fine, but my wife adores them. She bought them for me to wear, so she can sleep when I am watching late night TV (that's after 8:30 PM, for her). Sometimes I use them to...

26 user reviews

#348
alaScore 66

Sony MDR-SA1000

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

2 expert reviews | 38 user reviews

#349
alaScore 65

Sony MDR RF975RK

This sony PRODUCT MDR-RF975RK was aweful. The volume was very low, I had to crank the volume on my sterio to hear anything, there was lots of static and as you moved around it would suddenly turn into a deafening screeming sound. I was unable to use...

24 user reviews

#350
alaScore 65

Sony Noise Canceling Headphones-blk

Following customer reviews, I got dis-advised of the newer Sony models because of the hiss one gets when noise cancellation is ON. Well, this one also has an annoying hiss. Better or worse than other Sony models, I don't know, but it hisses. I have...

151 user reviews

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