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Sony Children's (Black)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Sony Children's (Black). The average rating for this product is 2.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the design and comfort. The portability and sound are also mentioned favorably. Many are critical about the durability.

price, sound, portability, comfort, design


On average, users rate this product 55/100 and experts rate this product 60/100.

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Expert review by: Jasmine France (

Sony Children's (Black)


Sony is not an unknown name in the headphone market. In fact, the company offers some of the greatest variety in the area, with sets in nearly every size, shape, and color. Now, Sony has a pair especially for the little ones in your life: the MDR-222KD...

The Sony MDR-222KD headphones are sized for children's heads, and they offer a volume-limiting feature and ultralow price point.

The Sony MDR-222KD headphones feel cheap and suffer from poor audio quality.

With their pint-sized design, volume limiting feature, and itty-bitty price tag, the Sony MDR-222KD headphones are a great choice for children who aren't too concerned with audio quality.

Jul, 2008

Consumer review by: smadakp (

"A solid on-ear choice for young listeners"


These headphones have worked great for my son. They reduce the volume to a safe and comfortable level, but still allow for decent sound. They are lightweight and somewhat fragile, but hey- they're cheap. Kids just need to know they aren't toys that can...

Lightweight, comfortable, decent sound reduction

Somewhat fragile

Aug, 2010

Consumer review by: mrsrgomez (

"These are nice but too cheap"


These worked well for my child until one day without reason they stopped working mid-song. They're cheap which is nice but it is definitely worth investing in something that'll actually last longer than a month.

Volume limiting, kid-sized, not ear buds


Mar, 2009