Sony Premium Noise Cancelling, Bluetooth Headphone, Black (MDR1000X/B)

September 27, 2017 - Comment

Features View larger View larger View largerIsolate yourself from external noise with industry-leading noise cancellation*Industry-leading noise cancelling performance* features a personal noise cancelling optimizer that adapts to your environment and eliminates noise in all conditions. Footnotes: *Ambient noise reduction based on Sony testing of Sony 1000X, Beats Studio wl and Bose QC35 with JEITA noise

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Isolate yourself from external noise with industry-leading noise cancellation*
Industry-leading noise cancelling performance* features a personal noise cancelling optimizer that adapts to your environment and eliminates noise in all conditions.

Footnotes:

*Ambient noise reduction based on Sony testing of Sony 1000X, Beats Studio wl and Bose QC35 with JEITA noise cancelling standard.

Product Features

  • Isolate yourself from external noise with industry-leading noise cancelation
  • Enjoy Bluetooth wireless connectivity and Hi-Fi quality audio,Driver Unit 40mm, dome type(CCAW Voice Coil)
    ,Frequency Response (Hz) 4Hz-40,000Hz
  • Listen to ambient sounds quickly and clearly with Quick Attention
  • Hear music at its best with Hi-Res Audio
  • Listen longer with up to 20 hours of battery life,Control everything by touch with Easy Touch control

Comments

Chief says:

Is this worth getting? I’d say yes… Since how this compares against the Bose QC 35 is what many want to know, here are my thoughts having used both. 

I. Lewis says:

Buyer Beware: Headband Cracks. I really loved these headphones. The noise cancelling is better than Bose and I love the touch cups. However, I discovered on a recent flight that the headband was cracking on BOTH sides of the headphones. I assumed that was because I have a larger head but upon further Googling I discovered that this is a massive problem and lots of people are experiencing the same issues. You can see in the attached photo that the beige inner plastic has a huge crack and there are also small hairline cracks…

merkstarrr says:

The best features of the competition with few sacrifices These are my favorite noise cancelling headphones on the market as of November 2, 2016 BY FAR! I have purchased and then returned all of the current competitors over the past two months (Bose QC35, Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 Wireless, Parrot Zik 3.0 and Sennheiser PXC 550). 

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