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Sony Headphones

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Sony MDR-ZX110NC

Latest review: It’s not great. However it serves my purpose as a layman. I am using this for more than a year and I am happy with it. It has chord, so not really good for a


Sony WH-1000XM3
  • Type: Over-Ear
  • Features: Microphone Included and Noise Cancelling
  • Frequency Response: 4 to 40 Hz - kHz

Sony Playstation Wireless Stereo Headset 2.0
  • Type: Over-Ear
  • Features: Microphone Included
  • Colour / Finish : Black and White

Sony MDR-XB550AP

Latest review: the sound is really good in quality, especially sound in base, I use it everyday as it is quite convenient. But one of the thing is that is is a bit heavy, it makes my neck hurt sometimes, would


Sony MDR-EX15AP EX Monitor

Latest review: I have used so many different brands of headphones and I always come back to these Sony ones. They don’t fall out of your ears like every other ones I’ve used,especially at the gym, the sound quality


Sony MDR-E9LP

Latest review: These are basic and inexpensive headphones. The sound quality is basic too, but it is ok for listening to podcasts or watching videos. They are probably not good enough for listening to music on a


Sony WI-SP500
  • Type: In-Ear
  • Features: Microphone Included
  • Colour / Finish : Black, Pink, White and Yellow
  • Frequency Response: 20 to 20 Hz - kHz

Sony NW-WS413
  • Type: In-Ear
  • Features: Microphone Included

Sony MDR-7506

Latest review: I bought a pair of Sony MDR V6 headphones in 2006. The MDR V6 is basically the same as the Sony MDR-7506, with perhaps only minor cosmetic differences between the two. Needless to say, the MDR V6


Sony MDRE9LPWI

Latest review: It is a really cheap headphone, the sound is good and it is also easy to carry around. No need to be so careful to take care it as it is at around 10 bucks


Sony WH-CH700N
  • Type: Over-Ear
  • Features: Microphone Included and Noise Cancelling
  • Colour / Finish : Black
  • Frequency Response: 20 to 20 Hz - kHz

Sony MDR-ZX110

Latest review: The headphones are compact and fit over my large melon head. The sound quality is really good for the price and are comfy. They can feel a little flimsy, but that's due to the fact they can be


Sony MDR-ZX110B

Latest review: The foldable headphones are great for people with little heads. great for traveling in your bag and I notice the cord doesn't get tangled up as bad because of the foldup design. not as clear sounding


Sony WH-CH500
  • Type: On-Ear
  • Features: Microphone Included
  • Colour / Finish : Black
  • Frequency Response: 20 to 20 Hz - kHz

Sony MDR-XB510AS

Latest review: Bought these from JB Hi Fi on a half price sale and not looked back. Great quality sound and comfortable to wear for long periods. I would highly recommend


Sony AS210AP

Latest review: Sound quality is okay, not terrible considering the price. Fits and stays on ear when running, even when windy, reasonably comfortable but comes easily off if something gently rubs on it, not


Sony MDR-EX15LP

Latest review: I tend to listen to music that contains high's, mid's and low's. The sound quality was not bad, but it lacked in the mids. It seems that the earphones use drivers that have an 'artificial' sounding


Sony MDREX150AP

Latest review: There are a lot of things to consider when buying earphones or headphones, comfort and sound quality being the most important two and these earphones offer both at the lowest price possible. The


Sony WH-H900N
  • Type: Over-Ear
  • Features: Microphone Included and Noise Cancelling
  • Colour / Finish : Black, Blue, Red and White
  • Frequency Response: 5 to 40 Hz - kHz

Sony MDR-ZX310

Latest review: A good quality product. Value for money. It was $38 at Harvey Norman. Mainly using this to listen to recorded lectures and songs. Used few times while watching movies and happy with sound quality.


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