Bell Clean headphones for money.
Sony does its stuff. Very comfortable ear cushions that are just right soft without either cover for bad or squeeze too much and they are fantastic even when running and working out. The cushions shut out surprisingly very sound, indeed in class with simple ear which is very comfortable when driving a car or sitting in a crowded train. Top jumper is also nice padded and almost never rub it can do on some headphones.
The sound quality when using headphones as a headset is not the best but it might depend on the phone.
Otherwise very good sound both when listening to music and speeches and bass boost function is actually useful in some situations.
For this price one would have wished that there was no way to view remaining battery life, perhaps with some kind of LED display, but it unfortunately does not, which means that they sometimes put off unexpectedly if you use them a lot. (EDIT: There is obviously a function of this, the power lamp flashing indicates how much battery power remains, canon!) Battery life, however, is very good so it is no problem to use them during long trips.
They are well designed with good key functions but I had perhaps wanted a few more buttons to rewind / skip.
+ Decent price
+ Earpads fantastic comfortable material
+ Easy to use
-Lite Well sized hoods
Ok battery life.
But bad mic.
Many whine of poor volume and tinny sound. Tested with different phones.
Had preferred sleeves of cloth. Now it gets pretty sweaty.
Where did Midrange, Treble and fullness way?
Comparison with JBL E50 BT
Without the "Extra Bass" is a weak base with a relatively weak upper register and a low fullness.
With the "Extra Bass" is the practically useless when already weak upper registers drowning in partly right burkig base.
I had hoped for a pair of headphones that can handle the entire registry but provides some extra "Ohmph" when I only listen to electronic music or metal and JBL E50 BT is despite its 50 mm drivers a little weak in the deepest tones. Leaving back these direct and looking on, this was not at all what I expected from Sony.
Hopefully the next version of the MDR-X to offer a more mellow sound profile, and then it will be certainly better.
+ Sitting good
- Weak and between the upper registers
- Low fullness, tinny sound
- Extra Bass drowns everything
good battery life
NFC - super easy to sync
A little too much bass, but also enabled deep bass. With cable, I feel that there are more bass than without.
As someone else wrote so choppy audio when I'm out running. Think this is all that I have your phone in your pocket at the hip, and my arm's in the way? Need test this some more ....
Great, I look like Mickey Mouse
Total olyssningbara. Even with the "Extra Bass" setting off playing these headphones JUST base! It feels like sitting in a rubbish bin with cotton in their ears - treble and midrange sounds liiiite, liiiite faintly in the background, the rest is just BAAAAAAAS!
If you like music only and exclusively consists of bass drum and bass guitar perhaps these could be an option, but for all other music, they are completely useless. I tried my five minutes, then I went straight back to the shop and changed into a pair of MDR-100ABN.