Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 20
Rated 4 out of 5 by Willarino Pretty decent headphones ever
I got these headphones and they work pretty well. I would occasionally like to turn them up louder, but they reach a max limit which is still pretty high. The quality of them is very good when I use both my phone and my laptop. I took them to work (where I work around a whole bunch of Macs that use bluetooth keyboard/mice) and I experienced the occasional clicking/static sound in them. I never experienced that at home so I am not sure if there was some bluetooth interference or something. They have a very comfortable fit and the controls on the earphones are helpful to change songs and turn up the volume without having to go back to your phone. I am satisfied with the purchase, but maybe the next headset I get for work will not be bluetooth and instead like just plain ole wireless.
August 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by LuisVegas Wow Just amazing
Simply elegant and fun to have on, the sound is amazing. Yes I take them to the gym i been going over 3 years and I am tired of the in ear ones and don't care what other people think I am the one enjoying them :) . I do pull ups and squats and all the other exercises for the other body parts and not once have they even moved or got in the way. I bike to the gym and I wear some in earphones but when I get to the gym and put this babies on WOW !!!!! it just makes you happy :) I listen to hip hop and some rap just gotta mess with the bass but I mostly listen to spanish music all kinds and they sound amazing ... Buy... oh yea my nephew goes with me to the gym and he just got the Beats Studio Wireless Over-Ear Headphone (Titanium) and they don't come even close to my Sony's :)
August 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by pchoi95 Really Nice Headphones
I was a bit iffy about these headphones since I was assuming Bluetooth connection meant bad sound quality. It proved me wrong. These headphones are completely worth the $250 that I paid for it. The fake leather padding is much softer than expected, and it has caused me no discomfort thus far. I've been using these on a regular basis for the past month, and the headphones seem to be quite sturdy. No scratches, no cracks, no separation of any parts so far. Although, the ear cups sometimes have to be angled in a certain way to make it so that the mesh doesn't push up onto your ears too much. That's my only complaint, and it's hardly a complaint. They are tight enough to stay on your head while being loose enough to keep your head from popping. Long term use is no problem, but the ear cup padding might get somewhat moist.
Overall, the best headphones I've used.
All ranges of sound are clear, and they have a really good frequency range. I'd recommend this to anyone who was planning to buy a pair of worthwhile headphones.
July 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by gabby131 does a good job blocking a bit of noise
Coming from a 30mm Driver (BT/NFC) Sony headphones, MDR-1RBT is a worth upgrade.
I've been using Sony DRBTN200B and they sound great for my taste. But because of it's 30mm Driver unit (On-Ear#, 'tis not enough to slightly block external noise. I am not a fan of ANC/NC but I knew I would need a set of headphones that covers my ear #Over-Ear). Then MDR-1RBT came and I gave it a go. As Sony says, 'tis Premium Headphones and is definitely premium. I know it would sound great for me as I've been with Sony for a long while, but my concern was if the 40mm driver unit will be good enough to slightly block noise. And yes indeed, someone would require a throwing tool to grab my attention while MDR-1RBT is on my head. 'tis also the most comfortable headphones I've tried to date.
May 14, 2014