Sony MDRZX220BT/B Wireless, On-Ear Headphone, Black

February 8, 2018 - Comment

Sony MDRZX220BT/B Wireless, On-Ear Headphone, Black Product Features Bluetooth Audio streaming with SBC and AAC support, convenient one-touch pairing with NFC, built-in microphone for hands-free calling. Connectivity Technology: Wireless Rechargeable battery for up to 8hrs of music playback, 30mm drivers for full frequency response, compact, swiveling on-ear design Easy operation, USB charging cable included

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Sony MDRZX220BT/B Wireless, On-Ear Headphone, Black

Product Features

  • Bluetooth Audio streaming with SBC and AAC support, convenient one-touch pairing with NFC, built-in microphone for hands-free calling. Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Rechargeable battery for up to 8hrs of music playback, 30mm drivers for full frequency response, compact, swiveling on-ear design
  • Easy operation, USB charging cable included

Comments

Cody Patton says:

Really great BT headphones with few and minor caveats, especially for the price. Great product Sony! After a lengthy search and many trials (including the Sony MDRXB650BT/B), I finally decided to try these, as I don’t like the extra bass as it tends to distort the sound for me (audio quality is very subjective after all). These are very surprising, especially for the price. BT pairing and reliability is mostly flawless (iPhone 7). I bought these primarily for the gym, which they are great for and stay in place nicely. They sound so great though and are so comfortable and convenient that I’ve…

Amazon Customer says:

On ear not around ear. The headset is amazing but the pictures are misleading because they look like their higher quality headset which goes around the ear not on top of. These don’t go around the ear, they go on top of and I can’t do that because of my glasses. Other than that these are great.

Mr. B says:

Finally, a headset that does what I want There’s a bit of a learning curve with these… but they do seem to be accomplishing what I wanted–one headset that would work with computer and phone so I didn’t have to keep switching. Sound quality is good… I don’t find them particularly comfortable but that’s probably because I wear glasses and a hearing aid and they are still new and stiff… another negative is that the buttons (power, volume) are difficult to find–they are recessed and I have trouble “feeling” them… but…

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