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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Fantastic sound and pricing

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    Pros mentioned:
    Bass, Battery life, Ease of use

    I consider myself a medium-budget audiophile. From traditional bluetooth corded ear phones, to truly wireless to earbuds and let’s not forget the wired ones - I love them all. I can honestly say, I love these on-ear headphones. Usage: Pairing was a snap with my S8+ and found myself tinkering a bit with the settings in the App. A simple change to the Bass forced me into a “Priority on Stable Connection” setting - which I found odd, as I wanted to tune the sound for the “Priority on Sound Quality.” Only once did the switch between the two modes fail; I found myself on the 2nd mode making sound changes, however it showed me on the default mode. Toggling it a few times got it back to the setting displayed so no big deal to me. Very fast bluetooth acquisition on power-up (another bonus) - however found inconsistent sounds on my Linux Mint laptop. It was an echo chamber sound, where I had to disconnect the headphones, disable bluetooth, enable bluetooth & reconnect the headphones to restore the sound quality. It happens on every boot up (every morning) but that simple process gets me into great sound in around a minute. I was able to sit at my desk, put the sound up to an immersion volume and type away. Even though they aren’t ‘noise cancelling’ - I was unable to hear my wife right around the corner. I also found this the case in the office, where the only thing I notice was a body in my peripheral vision and not that they were talking to me. I found it very easy to concentrate, head-down, with these on. I listened to some Hard Rock, Classic Rock and Reggae. Each one of them sounded fantastic. I’m also a Google Assistant user. Tapping the Assistant button and pretending I’m talking to the Home Hub or even the JBL Link 20 was exactly the experience I was looking for - seamless. The battery life is fantastic and I didn’t ever come to a point that I was running out, just that I didn’t want to run out, so I charge them overnight. Observations: After an hour or so, the on-ear part gets a bit tiring. Getting up and taking them off, I found myself rubbing the tops of my ears - but hey, you’re putting pressure on your ears so that’s to be expected. I bet an ‘over’ the ear version would be even more immersive and less on the pressure. The headphones come with a very short USB-C cable, so a longer one would be nice to have (and I ended up using a longer one from other devices). I tried the wireless calling part using the good ’ol Skype (not for Business) audio tester. I found it to be quite distant / muffled so I elected to *not* use it for any real Skype for Business calls, I went back to my Jabra for those calls. Overall: I love these things. I also love the sub-$150 price point and Google Assistant integration. Well done Sony!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Exceptional headphones with a mid-range cost

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    Pros mentioned:
    Bass, Battery life, Ease of use

    The quality of your headphones can make or break your listening experience. I have found several sets of wireless on-ear headphones in the past few years that I use on a regular basis and this pair from Sony has made the cut. I look at several factors when I test out headphones including battery life, comfort level, and listening experience with different types of media. From the moment I took these headphones out of their box, I knew they were something special and as I was to find, they will stand up against more premium brands with no problems. Battery Life: While I didn’t test out the full 30-hour claim for the headphone’s battery life, I did find them to have an above average lifespan. I had several long-length listening sessions with these headphones and didn’t have them die on me once. I love that they charge using USB-C instead of the ‘old standard’ of Micro USB. After several days of use (probably at least 2 hours of listening time each day), the battery is still at 50%. Comfort: Because of their light weight, these headphones are some of the most comfortable headphones I’ve ever worn. I was surprised at how easy they are to wear. The band is easily adjustable and it has ample padding in the headband. Even though the ear cups are ‘on-ear’ style, my ears never seemed to get overheated and sweat wasn’t a problem. The controls are easy to reach and the tactile buttons make operation simple. I do like that there is a separate button for the voice assistant. Music: I’ve listened to several different styles of music using these headphones and found that tracks sound rich and full. The ‘extra bass’ feature of these headphones is unmatched without a separate EQ. One of my favorite tests for straight music listening is to listen to Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd. The revolutionary album has a lot of different sounds mixed into the tracks and a very pronounced heartbeat drives several parts of the album. This is where the extra bass feature really shines. I’ve listening to this album many times before and found it to be much more intense using the Sony headphones. I loved the stereo effects of the headphones in conjunction with this album. I also listened to my Pandora station that features 90s hip-hop music and thought it was remarkable how deep the bass was. As far as music goes, I think these are the headphones to have. Spoken Word: After listening to several different types of music, I switched to my podcast app to see how the headphones would fare against spoken word. Voices were clear and precise. It didn’t matter what timber the person’s voice had, the headphones made them sing. I really enjoyed listening to podcasts with these headphones just as much as — if not more than — music. For one thing, podcasts typically require a longer listening session than music. For example, one of the podcasts I listen to is one hour in length. So, the fact that these headphones are so comfortable makes spoken word pieces wonderful to listen to. Soundtrack/Mix: I’m a big nerd when it comes to movie soundtracks and audio editing/mixing. So, I always use a few movie clips to test out headphones. One of those clips is the intro sequence to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. It’s a vibrant soundtrack/mix that includes spoken word, music, score, and of course, sound effects. While there were definitely some bright spots in the soundtrack, I have actually had a better listening experience from a different set of headphones. I would say these are a solid 7 out of 10 for watching a film with an advanced soundtrack. You’ll get a lot out of them, but not everything. Final Thoughts The WH-XB700 are amazing headphones. I do wish they features Active Noise Canceling, but I’ve been happy with the amount of noise isolation I get from my ears being covered by the ear cups. The exceptional battery life and comfort level paired with an above average sound quality make these a wonderful choice for their price point. I would recommend these to all types of users. They are easy to operate and their listening experience rivals more premium wireless headsets.

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from SonyListens
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      Hello nickcal,

      We’re glad you like the product! Thank you for choosing Sony!

      Regards,
      Zac Sony_US

  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Lots of bass in this set of headphones

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    I'm giving this 4-stars because it does what it supposed to and nothing special. However, if you are looking for heavy-bass headphones (like me) this is a 5-star for you. Both for quality, simplistic style, and price.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Comfy + Great Battery Life

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    Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Price, Sound quality

    First impressions: -Well padded (leads to some hot ears tho) both on the ears and the head band -Good quality sound especially for pop & hip hop--a little dull for rock but tweakable via the app -Very good battery life (listened for two days in the office for 15 hours total--still says I have about 70% battery life) -Normal bluetooth distance and solid (no drops) within 10 feet -Lightweight -Very plastic, makes me worry about durability, squeaks a bit when taking on/off but no squeaks while wearing Speaking of the plastic... I owned two pair of Sony XB950B1 headphones. Why two? Because the muffs cracked off the first pair, and eventually the second pair. Although nearly all plastic, they actually feel a bit more durable than the XB950B1 but I would still treat them with caution. These are comparable in sound quality to the XB950B1 at a lower price. They have a slightly smaller muff and although my ears get hot, they don't get sweaty like they did with the XB950B1 headphones. It is also worth pointing out that they do not fold down for compact storage, nor do they come with a case or bag like some similarly priced over-the-ear headphones. The muffs do rotate so you can set them down "flat," however. The Google Assistant setup requires the app and setting of the "CUSTOM" button on the muffs. It is not overly intuitive so you should read the instructions. Once I had it configured correctly it worked just fine. "Hey Google, shuffle my Pearl Jam mix" "Hey Google, what's today's weather like" "Hey Google, send a text to Jeff." After all, the headphones are just an activation, mic and speaker device for Assistant. The real work is happening on the phone. One of the cooler Google Assistant features is that when you hear an alert tone from your phone interrupt your music, you can press the CUSTOM button and Assistant will tell you what you missed. For example, my phone dinged while listening to music. I pressed the custom button and Google Assistant said "Your front doorbell detected movement at 3:24p." Randomly pressing the Google Assistant button will let you know the time and whether or not you have missed any notifications. And don't worry, Alexa people, this is one of the FEW devices that comes with both Google and Alexa (bravo Sony for offering both!!!). As mentioned previously, good average sound. I listen to pop, hip hop, rap, alt, rock, and classic rock genres. I have higher end headphones that handle the alt, rock, and classic rock better (crisper, tighter). These are OK for the alt and rock genre. The are above average for the more modern dance, pop, rap, hip hop music. If that is your style, then these are a nice option. If you are not a bass-driven music fan you probably want to keep searching for something better balanced. Regardless, if you do stick with one type of music, you can configure these muffs using the app to tweak the amount of bass and spacial preference (arena, club, outdoor concert, etc. as well as up close, in the distance, behind you, etc.) that suites your ear. They get plenty loud. They don't block out much surrounding sound. At an average volume in the office I could still hear my fingers on the keyboard and my office phone when it rang. Noise canceling (these are not) headphones would have isolated office sounds out completely. Bluetooth and NFC connections are nice. Comes with a USB-A male to USB-C male charging cord as well as a 3.5mm wired cable option for those who like to plug into the headphone jack (or if you forget to charge the headphones). Overall these are good headphones. A true audiophile would want to jump up to the $350+ price range but for casual listening these are a safe bet with fun features and great battery life.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good pair of headsets

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    Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Ease of use, Price

    I always own Sony products when it comes to music and sound systems. These headphones sound awesome and comfy, battery life is outstanding, NFC feature is useful for fast and seamless connection. The plastic materials used in these headphones are less grade than any Sony I have owned and currently using. For the price point is affordable versus all the high quality of sound and NFC and bulit-in mic. For my ears size its comfy and didn’t warm them up.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great headphones with a sleek and clean look

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    Pros mentioned:
    Bass, Battery life, Sound quality

    First off these headphones look amazing. They have such a nice clean and sleek look to them without being flashy and ugly. These are so comfortable with the proper cushioning and padding all around on the ear pads. Best Bluetooth 4.2 headphones I have ever owned. These headphones have that signature sound that Sony delivers with the oomph I love with the Extra Bass. The bluetooth connects easily and quickly on my iPhone XR so I’m pleased with that connectivity. The battery life is great and it’s stated at up to 30 hours. I used these over the weekend while doing yard work outdoors and got a solid 5 hours of listening with them so I’m sure they will live up to the Sony’s stated 30 hours. The microphone that’s built in works great and is just right for my phone calls to be heard clearly. These headphones also offer built in voice assistants paired with google assistant and Alexa. These headphones can make your life easier and simpler with this feature factored in. Be sure to download the Headphones Connect app from the iTunes Store to ensure you are customizing the sound on your headphones to what you like. PRO: Deep punchy bass Clear and crisp sound Excellent comfort and padding Stylish looks CON: None

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Long lasting, lightweight and comfortable

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    Pros mentioned:
    Bass, Sound quality
    Cons mentioned:
    Connections

    Most of the time, when something wireless says it has XX hours of battery life, that is only at moderate volume levels. When using higher levels it usually turns out drastically less. However, with these I purposely played them at max volume, streaming music with a couple of calls in between and still managed an impressive 28 hours straight. Full charge took 4 hours, but if you must continue on, you can always connect the 3.5mm cable included. Playetime also depends on codec and DSEE feature enabled or not. These can only be checked by using the “Sony | Headphones Connect” app. The app is kind of essential if you want to make any sound settings to the headphones. Such as change the priority of sound quality over stable connection so you can use aptx or AAC codecs. Enabling DSEE, Sony’s feature to give high quality sound over the lower quality codec, and changing the bass levels. It also has some interesting features for changing surround effects and setting a position for the sound. The app also allows you to change the function of the “Custom” button from Google Assistant to Amazon Alexa or your own devices voice assistant. For instance, I can use Bixby through my Samsung phone instead of the Google Assistant. As for the assistant, it still requires setup through your phone, but it will easily read notification to you or allow you to ask it something while holding the “custom” button. If there are no notifications it will just read you the current time. Sound quality is pretty decent, however I felt like I was missing and crips highs. This headset is clearly focused on the “Xtra Bass” and do well at that. Using the app and increasing the Clear Bass to +10 actually provided ear tickling bass to everything. I usually don’t like on-ear design as my ears start to hurt from the pressure. However, the soft ear cushions and the light design didn’t give me any issues. I was able to wear these for several hours without discomfort. I made several calls with these and was always coming in clear. When you accept a call, the microphone provides a little bit of external audio to you through the headphones so you can hear yourself a little better. There is a little bit of sound isolation to them, so having that feedback helps. The construction of these feel pretty sturdy. I do kind of wish they could fold in a little for smaller storage, but the earpieces do lay flat. The real test of time will be as my teenage son puts them through his daily school routine.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Sound, Uncomfortable w Glasses.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Ease of use, Sound quality

    ---SETUP--- The setup of the Sony WH XB700 wireless headphones is quick. Download the SONY headphones app and pair the headphones from within the app instead of from your traditional mobile device menu. ---FEATURES--- The key features of this headset is that it charges using a USB C cable, can be charged in 10 minutes for up to 90 minutes of use, 30 hours of use on a full charge, works with voice assistants like Google or Siri, and can be used with included auxiliary cable. ---PERFORMANCE--- The performance of these headphones is great. Out of the box, the sound is impressive enough. Of course, the strength of most modern SONY headphones can be found within the SONY app itself. The app allows you to fully customize the sound to your liking. You can adjust the bass level and simulate surround sound by moving virtual speakers to your liking. ---EXPECTATIONS--- The product meets my expectations in terms of sound quality and ease of use from both, the button locations on the headphones themselves and the app used to make customizable adjustments. The only downside is that these headphones don’t fully cover your ears. Instead, they will rest against your ear and that can quickly become uncomfortable for people who use glasses. Other than that, for me, these are enjoyable in short bursts but not my go to if I plan to listen to something for more than 30 minutes. ---VALUE--- The price for the headphones in terms of value is on par with others in the market. ---APPROVAL--- I highly recommend this product for people who are seeking for a pair of quality introductory Bluetooth headphones or for those who have small ears. Also, it’s great if you don’t wear glasses.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Comfort in a full range wireless BT headset.

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    Pros mentioned:
    Battery life, Sound quality

    SONY builds and delivers great audio devices. The XB700 is one I'm glad to have. Like their wired noise cancelling headset I use while traveling, the wireless XB700 sounds fantastic. * Crystal clear sounds of cymbals and bells, pianos and wood blocks. All come in clear. ( listen to coldplay!) * The drums definitely are felt (as well as heard) in the true stereo headset. * Lightweight, comfortable soft padded ear cups. * In addition to BlueTooth, there is a 3.5MM jack for devices that aren't BT enabled. ( cable included) * Charges with standard USB cable (included) * Snug fitting head band, also nicely padded. * Fast pairing * Worked perfectly with my google assistant on my android tablet, by pushing the larger button on the left ear muff * Can answer the phone as it has a built in mike. * Up/down volume button on the right cup. Really love this lightweight headset from SONY with bold, clear sound. Long battery life!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great headphones at a great price point!!

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    Pros mentioned:
    Bass, Battery life, Ease of use

    THE BREAKDOWN: These headphones are very lightweight and sleek. They are on-the-ear not over-the-ear headphones. That being said they are very soft and feel great on your ear but they do get hot after wearing them awhile. The lightweight headphone did not feel heavy or give me a headache after wearing them for extended period of time. I thought the battery life was excellent at 30 hours. It does have a fast charge feature which is 10 minutes of charge will give you approx.. 90 min of listening. I tested this feature and found it to be spot on. Otherwise for a full charge it took almost 4 hours consistently. The connection was simple and easy. The app that controls it was easy to download and use. It does have a lot of features in the app. You can change the position of the sound from the sides to the front or back. I found the sound to of excellent quality and would compare them with my Bose headphones. The extra bass was excellent as advertised. PRO’s: -sleek design with aluminum band -very lightweight -excellent 30 hour battery life -USB-C fast charge feature (10min will give you 90min of play time) -included 3.5mm audio cable to use in a wired mode -extra bass setting is amazing -the app had preset EQ setting and is customizable -excellent sound quality -very good sound quality on phone calls CON’s: -gets hot on the ears after wearing for extended period of time SUMMARY: If you want a great priced set of headphones that delivers on design, sound quality, comfort and ease of use, then this set is for you. I would put them in a category of higher priced headphones. I would definitely recommend to a friend. I don’t think you will find anything as good at this price point!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great Choice If You Don’t Need Noise Cancellation

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    Pros mentioned:
    Bass, Battery life, Price

    ---HIGHLIGHTS--- High Quality Sound, Exceptional Bass Response, 30 Hour Battery, Bluetooth Version 4.2 (SBC/AAC/aptx), USB-C Charging ---DESIGN and CONTROLS--- These full-size headphones are very lightweight and comfortable. They feature swiveling earcups for a custom fit. They have a USB-C port for charging. It takes 4 hours to fully charge them and a quick 10 minute charge can provide about 90 minutes of use. A short USB-C cable is included. They also have a standard 3.5 mm audio input which allows them to be used in an optional wired mode. Included is a high quality detachable audio cable. The battery is rated to last about 30 hours. I have been testing them for about a week at moderate volume levels and the 30 hour rating is accurate. These headphones truly offers exceptional battery life! Compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa. ---SOUND QUALITY--- The sound quality of these headphones is excellent. They are exceptionally musical and pleasing to the ear. The soundstage is wide and balanced. The sound produced is clear, detailed, and full range. Bass response is off the charts and hard hitting. If you have been using basic headphones, then you will be blown away by how good these headphones sound. This is likely mostly due to the quality drivers that Sony put in them. The bass response is very impressive. They were not kidding when they marketed these headphones as Extra Bass. Since heavy bass is not everyone’s cup of tea, the Extra Bass feature can be disabled. The Sony Connect App has several different EQ presets available to help customize the sound. There is also a customizable EQ, so that you can adjust the sound to your individual preference and to accommodate various content. This is critical because content can be mixed at such different levels that adjusting the EQ can help greatly with performance. It uses Bluetooth version 4.2 which is capable of less compression and longer battery life than the original Bluetooth standard. It is also compatible with high bit rate Bluetooth versions such as aptX and AAC. This is important because these standards will sound better because they are compressed. Voice calls are clear and stable. ---BOTTOM LINE--- I give these Sony Headphones top marks for sound quality, design, and comfort. They sound nearly as good as some of the more expensive headphones on the market. If you don’t need active noise cancellation, then it will be hard to find anything that that sounds this good at this price point. They sound that good!

    I would recommend this to a friend
    • Brand response from SonyListens
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      Hi Kotor, Thanks for commenting! We are grateful for your kind words! Thank you for choosing Sony! Regards, Erin Sony_US

  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Nice sound for an affordable price

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    Price, Sound quality

    Best Buy always sell great products and I will continue to shop here always a great experience

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Not an Active Noise Canceling as listed on BestBuy

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    Pros mentioned:
    Bass, Sound quality

    I was looking for a Noise Canceling headphones and bought WH-XB700 today, but found out this is not Noise Canceling Headphones as listed on bestbuy page. Will return it and exchange to another model. But I tested it. The headphones a good. The sound is very good. Bass is nice and clear. Better than in my Toyota JBL Subwoofer.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    These were a ok upgrade from last generation

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    Pros mentioned:
    Battery life

    I own last years model and they are larger and mor comfortable. This version is comptible with Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri. I am not sure they went the right direction with these. I prefer the larger headphones so the offer better noise cancellation and fit better. These are good in terms of battery life, voice assistant and they have quick charge (90 min of play in 5 min). Regardless of all the features. Comfort is the biggest con these have. The previous gen had more than enough for around the house and several filights which is where I use them most. They do charge via usb-c which is a modern charge option.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    If Brand doesnʻt matter these are a great buy.

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

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    Best Bang for the buck. Got a pair of these Sony headphones for my sonʻs birthday. I was going back and forth between Beats and Sony and finally ended up with the Sony. For the price you get great features and he reports that they have the bass and noise cancelling features he was looking for in a pair of headphones. If brand doesnʻt matter to you and your looking to save some money I would recommend these.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Nice alternative headphones

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    Owned for 3 months when reviewed.

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    I love these headphones they're a nice cheaper alternative. I use them to sleep since I don't want to risk breaking the Bose ones I have since they had cost me about 4 times as much as these. I have the Bose700 Noise Cancelling headphones and I can say these compete. They cancel out noise almost as good as the Bose700's and the Bose Soundsport Free headphones I have. These Sony ones are also good for the gym since the Bose700's aren't sweat resistant. These are and stay steady for most of my workouts. Best feature would be the battery length which is approximately 30+ hours.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Shhh What’s she listening too

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    Owned for 2 months when reviewed.

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    With everything going on.. I got sent to working from home (to stay safe)... bought this headset... now not only can I focus on work.. I can also tune out my husbands eating sounds.. play music over my kids arguing...and listen to my .. um adult audiobook without other ears listening in.. Will purchase again if mine ever break

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Nice headphones, but not good for gym or outside.

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

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    Here is another pair of headphones that showed promise, but fell short on the physical aspects that I require. Initially, I wanted a pair of headphones that I could use for the gym because I snapped the ones I had pretty badly. But then I thought I’d also like them for gaming and or regular use. These headphones, pretty much like the others I’ve recently tried sounded really good. However, they are fairly bulky, and definitely were not going to work for the gym. They are comfortable but loose on your head, so if you decide to do one burpie, say goodbye to the headphones cause they will be continuing on that forward floor bound trajectory as your body goes the opposite direction. Also, due to their bulky size, getting these in your pocket would be very difficult. If you wear them out, you’ll need a bag or carry them on your hands or head. They sound pretty decent, but they are just not practical for my specific needs. As such, you guessed it, I returned these as well.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good so far but, not for Bluetooth adapters

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    I liked how the batteries lasted a long time after a while of use. The thing about the headphones that I wished it could do is to connect to the Bluetooth adapter that I have on my Nintendo switch. Because of how the Sony app and the settings is formed with the headphones, it can’t pair with the adapter unless it has an interface that shows the adapter in the settings of the switch’s settings. It’s a bummer on that part but, other than that I really like the product so far.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Don't be a bad customer

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    Excellent quality this is my first sony product and outstanding works well with your tv and phone. I would recommend it. Plus, good battery life for the people or giving bad reviews has to use common sense to judge the product poorly if you just used it once or broke it after the first week. Remember, be mindful of others.

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    I would recommend this to a friend
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