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Sony MDR-PQ1 PIIQ Premium Headphones

Sony MDR-PQ1 PIIQ Premium Headphones
alaScore 79

18 reviews

Aug, 2016

alaTest has collected and analyzed 18 reviews of Sony MDR-PQ1 PIIQ Premium Headphones. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Speakers for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Speakers the Sony MDR-PQ1 PIIQ Premium Headphones is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review by: LoseUrSelfET (



I don't know why so many people complain about the color of these headphones. It may be pink but it's a dark pink and looks sexy. They sound great, and are good for their price.

good sound, good bass, good looks

ONE color only (pink), no noise cancellation

Feb, 2011

Consumer review by: lkasdfjishouldbestudying (

you need an amp


the impedance at 70 ohms is really high for a $100 headphones, and really catches you off guard if you weren't expecting to use an amp with these.

fairly balanced, bass loud not muddy, comfortable for a full size, soundstage, NOT anything like skullcandys

bright pink

Dec, 2010

Consumer review by: mics (

Average, I wouldn't recommand them


While these have great sound for there price, they have absolutly no noise isolation. I though they would since they're closed headphones but walking down the street, I had to put the volume to the max! Awsome as long as you stay inside.

Design, sound quality

no isolation

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: SCUDS (

OMG These are awesome


If you use a booster amp, you're gunna be very happy with these. They are simply amazing. I'm sure there are phones that are a little better for strings, but not for bass n' treble. For my listening taste, they can't be beaten for Hip Hop sounds. BTW,...

fantastic for HIP HOP

People make fun of the color

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: RandomGuyRFST (

Good purchase


Overall I think they are good, nothing spectacular like I was expecting, but still not a terrible purchase. I really like how Sony designed the detachable cord, and the adjustment design is also very nice(stays in place, where as other headphones I...

Cool design, I like the detachable cord (maybe colored ones sold eventually), comfortable

Not too wonderfully sounding, slightly tinny sounder for higher pitches, but relatively good bass

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: HeyBK88 (

Good For the Price


I was originally looking to buy the lower priced 50 dollar headphones from the piiq lineup, but I decided on this once i tried them out at the store.

Excellent Build Quality, Stands out from past Headphone Designs, Comfortable and Pretty good sound quality

A little heavy at times

Jun, 2010

Consumer review by: Kevcmk (

Not Great


100 compared to the Bose On-Ear headphones. The Bose On-Ears have crisper sound/better quality than these. By the way, they're not red--they're PINK.

Linguine 3.5mm cord, Look cool

Audio quality is poor, Hard to wear to one side

Jun, 2010

Consumer review by: mrr0fl10 (

Sony MDR-PQ1 PIIQ Premium Headphones


I'd say I got what I paid for, but $280 is a lot for such a crappy camera. Avoid it.Come on, SonyPros:small, light, inexpensive, HD, 5x optical zoomCons:terrible battery life, poor button layout, lots of video/audio issues, non-replaceable battery

Jul, 2010

Consumer review by: kimbee003 (

Sony MDR-PQ1 PIIQ Premium Headphones


I strongly recommend that no one purchase this product, unless they only intend on filming outdoor events, while owning a tripod for a pocket-sized camera.Vertical Sony Webbie-NO FLASH! NO IMAGE STABILLIZERPros:small, lightweight and inexpensive with...

Nov, 2009

Consumer review by: drick (

Sony MDR-PQ1 PIIQ Premium Headphones


This camcorder delivers the tools in a intuitive, lightweight package that defines and refines Sony's High Definition flagship prosumer line.Sony HDR-FX7. How Sony got its groove back.Pros:Beautiful image quality, Carl Zeiss T* 20X lens,...

Jan, 2008