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Sony MDR-AS30G Active Style

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Sony MDR-AS30G Active Style. The average rating for this product is 3.1/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the reliability and portability. The price and sound also get good feedback. Views are divided on the design, and some have doubts about the bass quality and comfort.

sound, price, portability, reliability

comfort, bass quality

On average, users rate this product 63/100 and experts rate this product 60/100.

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Expert review by: Jasmine France (

Sony MDR-AS30G Active Style


Although the headphone market continues to burgeon with new models, it can be surprisingly tough to find a decent, fitness-friendly pair. A few companies, such as Sennheiser , have stepped up to the plate with sport-branded earphones, which feature...

The Sony MDR-AS30G Active Headphones feature an innovative design that stays in place during activity; they're inexpensive and come with handy extras such as a case and extender cable.

The Sony MDR-AS30G earphones suffer from muffled and hollow-sounding audio and undefined bass.

The Sony MDR-AS30G Active Headphones are a solid option for outdoor exercisers who don't demand superior audio quality during workouts.

May, 2008

Consumer review by: Artheido (

"Speaker for your ears."


Loud, nice and clear audio, extension cable supplied, easy to clean, single wire (no tangles).

Uncomfortable (starts to hurt after half an hour or wearing), no covering at all so the whole world can hear what you're listening to even on the lowest volume and it slips off when running too fast. Not worth the money, basically.

Mar, 2009

Consumer review by: ErickBrian (

"Loud, Lightweight, Snug, Great Price!"


But them if you're looking for cheap sporty headphones that will last.

extension cable, light weight, snug, clear sound, sweatproof.

The speakers could be smaller or a bit more aerodynamic. They make a lot of sound through the wind while riding fast on a bicycle or snowboarding.

Mar, 2009

Consumer review by: mbaumohl (

"Best of MANY I've tried for running on treadmill!!"


Been looking for the perfect workout head/earphones for running on a treadmill. The industry has definitely shifted to in-canal earbuds for better sound quality and noise isolation they look cooler. The problems I've encountered are:

VERY good sound quality, stay put, don't create internal noises like earbuds can, great value!

not the most attractive. let some ambient noise in (which can be good).

Aug, 2008