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Sony Headphones & Headsets Reviews

Updated: Feb 12, 2016 22:03
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#401
alaScore 73

Sony MDR-EX75

Good range on the sound (lows and highs), comfortable wearing. The cord is strange, though. I like the Y-shape of the cord (as opposed to the over-the-shoulder design of previous earbuds, which might make sense in a drawing but not in the everyday...

1 expert reviews | 76 user reviews

#402
alaScore 73

Sony MDR DS1000

1) bad... bad... bad... felt bad about giving them away, bad headphones uh Sony. do it right or don't do it. 2) Decent little headphone amp. Not great, but worth $100 for sure. Key points: Buy another set of headphones (sony mdr-v600s are a great set...

60 user reviews

#403
alaScore 73

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...

27 user reviews

#404
alaScore 73

Sony MDR G73SP

I bought these to give my ears a rest. I currently own a set of in-ear Sennheiser MX 360, and a set of over-ear Sennheiser PX200-II. I am quite happy with both headphones, especially the latter, but I find them uncomfortable after a long listening...

1 expert reviews | 22 user reviews

#405
alaScore 73

Sony DR-G 250 DP

All Sony's latest MP3-player headphone headsets produce good sound quality. The Sony DR-G250DP is the best of the bunch, however, justifying the outlay with superior bass. The Sony DR-G250DP is also flexible, featuring a retractable microphone and long...

3 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

#406
alaScore 73

Sony MDR-NC11

The Sony MDR-NC11 Noise Canceling Headphones have all the strengths and weaknesses inherent in the ear-bud design. Well-designed ear-buds can provide superior bass response and isolation from external noise than open-air headphones, but some people...

7 expert reviews | 419 user reviews

#407
alaScore 73

Sony MDREX56LP/WHI

Do not buy under any circumstances. I was wholly disappointed to find that not one but two separate pairs purchased (from the same seller...coincidence?) were defective out of the box. A waste of paper, rubber, plastic, and my money.

37 user reviews

#408
alaScore 73

Sony MDR-EX55

There may be better options in this price range, but the Sony MDR-EX55LP earbuds are still a good step up from stock for listeners who like balanced audio across a variety of genres.

2 expert reviews | 39 user reviews

#409
alaScore 73

Sony Ericsson HPM-66

This product is totally rubbish and I sent it back after the 1st use. First of all it is totally impossible to get on to your ear as the plastic is so rigid. Then once you finally get it on it is very uncomfortable, my ears were starting to hurt almost...

1 expert reviews | 15 user reviews

#410
alaScore 73

Sony MDR

Sony's entry-level wireless, surround-sound headphones are an attractive option for late-night movie watchers who don't want to wake the neighbors.

3 expert reviews

#411
alaScore 73

Sony MDR-XD200

I bought these about two years ago after extensively reviewing what headphones were available at a reasonable price, and I was happy with my purchase. I still use them nearly every day. The sound quality is very nice. My only complaints are how large...

4 expert reviews | 1580 user reviews

#412
alaScore 72

Sony MDR CD570

I bought my headphones over 15 years ago. At the time, I purchased them based solely on the fact that they were the most comfortable pair on the rack. Flash forward 15 years and they're still the most comfortable pair of headphones I've ever worn. I'm...

21 user reviews

#413
alaScore 72

Sony MDR-XD400

The Sony DMRXD400 are a high quality set of HiFi headphones within a reasonable price range which will satisfy most audio needs.

4 expert reviews | 234 user reviews

#414
alaScore 72

Sony Mdrrf 820 RK

As described excellent service it was just what I wanted for Christmas and the New Year is that enough obviously not?

28 user reviews

#415
alaScore 72

Sony DR EX150UP

Great headset. I have suggested it to friends,and at least a half dozen of them have switched to the Sony.

15 user reviews

#416
alaScore 72

Sony MDR-RF5000K

Served my needs very well. I exercise while using these headphones. Previous headphones were getting static from treadmill. These are crystal clear !

1 expert reviews | 18 user reviews

#417
alaScore 72

DRV150iP Headphones

This is a good point and shoot for anyone who wants more than the most basic features.Cyber-shot W150 - A Decent Point and Shoot Digital CameraPros:Replacable battery, optical zoom, memory stick, video, many settings, viewfinder for outdoors,...

14 user reviews

#418
alaScore 72

Sony MDR EX71SLA

These are hard to find, but worth the search. With the short cord, these headphones are perfect for listening to a phone or MP3 player in an armband while you work out. Need a longer reach? The headphones come with an extension. The sound through these...

279 user reviews

#419
alaScore 72

Sony DR 260USB

"I wanted to to use this for the Dragon Natural Speaking program. The Program, which I bought at the sony store. The program does not recognize the mic. I got it to work once and it said it had a very bad reception and cound not recognize my voice. I...

15 user reviews

#420
alaScore 72

Sony DR-BT30Q

Headset ( clip-on ) - wireless - Bluetooth - silver

1 expert reviews | 43 user reviews

#421
alaScore 72

Sony MDR-D777

The new Sony Altus MDR-D777LP headphones aren't quite up to audiophile standards, but they do have some interesting features and offer good sound quality for the price. Frequent fliers who find in-ear 'buds uncomfortable should take heed.

2 expert reviews | 94 user reviews

#422
alaScore 72

Sony MDR-G58V

Sony's sleek, metallic-blue Street Style headphones look sharp and offer clear sound.

2 expert reviews | 20 user reviews

#423
alaScore 72

Sony MDR J11G

I've probably purchased a dozen or so of these headphones over the years, they are great. I wear headphones nearly every day when I'm working, at the gym, or going on hikes. These fit really well, have decent sound, and are relatively sturdy. Each pair...

232 user reviews

#424
alaScore 72

Sony MDR-D333

i did not recieve this item i've been told i will recieve a refund but still waiting, not very good service.

51 user reviews

#425
alaScore 72

Sony MDR-J20

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

1 expert reviews | 260 user reviews

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