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Sony Headphones

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Sony WH-1000XM2

Latest review: I initially bought these headphones for a long haul international trip to watch movies and to use the noise cancelling feature to help me sleep. They certainly hit the mark. I use them daily to


Sony MDR-1000X

Latest review: I was generally pretty happy with these headphones. Only negatives were was that they clamped down harder than my Bose QC25's & my ears would get quite warm after prolonged use. I've just noticed


Sony MDR-ZX110NC

Latest review: I was excited when I bought these, until I got them home. The noise cancelling is not perceptible but that didn't worry me too much, the sound was ok. Then after about 30 minutes of use on two


Sony MDRZX770BNB

Latest review: Has all the features you want- wireless and noise cancelling and over the ear all in one! Would be perfect for a Christmas present also as they have so many features! Wells suited for a commuter on a


Sony MDR-ZX220BT

Latest review: I've used these headphones for a little over a year, purchased them from JB Hi-Fi. I use them both on my phone and PC and they've been fantastic. Sound quality is very good, battery life is very


Sony WH-1000XM3

Latest review: I Just bought a pair of wh1000xm3 headphones last week, and have been using them for over 30 hours now. I must say I am quite happy with the sound quality and also build quality. The noise cancelling


Sony Playstation Wireless Stereo Headset 2.0

Latest review: The sound from these headphones is great, the best I’ve had the luxury of owning, but the build quality is terrible for the price I paid. I am currently using my second pair, because both hinges on m


Sony h.ear on MDR-100

Latest review: These are really comfortable headphones - I am not aware I am wearing them once I have them on. They are over-ear types so they provide good sound isolation. The noise cancelling functionality works


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-XB650BT

Latest review: i got these headphones as a Christmas gift from my boyfriend and was pleased by the quality. knowing that these arent too expensive but are not cheap i believed the quality to be good but not the


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-XB70BT

Latest review: Like all Sony headphones these are well-made and feel high quality. However, they're fairly heavy and can slip around easily. There is an extremely significant amount of bass, so in that regard they


Sony MDR-E9LP

Latest review: They work fine, but sound super tinny. No sign of bass just highs with minimal mids. I purchased these thinking that they’d be better than the cheap Chinese $2.50 earbuds, but they sound very much t


Sony WI-SP500

Latest review: These have a rrp of around $129AUD. Got them for $79 from JB Hifi online (on sale). Been using these earphones for several weeks, 5 times a day during workouts, walks etc. They grip the inner ear so


Sony MDR-RF985RK

Latest review: I recently purchased a Sony MDR RF 985 RK Wireless over ear head phones for TV use from the US on Ebay and am very pleased with the high quality compared to some another brand I'm replacing. They


Sony NW-WS413

Latest review: Build quality: Feels solid, buttons have good tactile feel to them. Have been using mine regularly for 4 months can't see any signs of wear. The controls are easy to use and intuitive. Comfort:


Sony MDRE9LPWI

Latest review: Really good cheap headphones that normally last me a year before breaking. The sound is pretty good guess it could be better but for the cheap price it is


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 WH-CH700N

Latest review: Excellent headphones, used for overseas trip in a variety of noisy settings (planes with crying babies, buses with heaps of different languages) and excellent quality cancelling. Bluetooth or direct


Sony MDR-XB950BT

Latest review: Happy with the quality of these headphones and like the wireless capability. I wish they lasted more between charges and this is something that I see being improved in the new versions. Mine last


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