Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Headphones – Great sound and battery life

I’ve compared these to the more expensive beats and bose bluetooth headphones and i prefer these. The weight is good and the comfort when wearing is great. The battery lasts for ages and charges quickly. Weirdly the best thing is their folding feature, means they can fold flat against your body when around your neck and comes with a little carry bag and a aux cable for when they do run out (never happened to me yet).

Comfortable to wear, maintains its bluetooth connectivity, easy to connect, controls take a little getting used to but once sorted works ok. Reasonable response, not sure any better than my other ones which cost half the price.

As described and i find all the previous reviews helped alot i have been using these daily and only bad fault i find is when it’s hot it gets very sweaty on the leather. Here are the specifications for the Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Headphones:

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  • Wireless over-ear headphones developed in collaboration with The Script, with Bluetooth v3.0, NFC and a 17-hour battery life
  • 40mm neodymium drivers
  • 5Hz-40kHz frequency range
  • High-Resolution Audio capable

Simply perfect, i had some fears that the wireless will sound dull or just bad, but no mattter how i use them (wired or not) the sound is great, very comfortable and very good looking.

I purchased these headphones, mainly for listening to music when traveling, they have resonable dimensions, that allow to carry them using the supplied pouch, and they are pretty comfortable to wear, have a decent sound quality, that probably will not impress the more demanding people, but also not deceive as well, when activated the aptx codec built in them. Probably the gap of not having a sound cancelling function, is not a big thing for me, since these headphones, seal well the ears, with its cosy cushions, and you really don’t miss it at all. I would say they are a good value for your money, and would be about 85% overall aprox, comparing them to the bose qc 25, that have more detail and clarity, and also with the jbl syncros e50bt, that i own, and have a deeper bass, and more sound power output.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Still strong after 6+ months

  • Super Sonys

  • Not audiophile sound, but nor is my phone

The music quality is awesome, but they are a little quiet for my taste and the bass is missing as well. Returned them after listening to them for 1 week. After that i bought the sony xb950bt with bass boost and i can say clearly that i love them. They also have the high quality sound and the bass is just perfect even without the bass boost (most of the times it’s actually a little bit overkill).

A gamechanger for me, these are excellent headphones. They’re comfortable, can be worn both ways round, connect easily to multiple devices (so far a sony phone, a samsung laptop, a cambridge dac and plenty else) and hold the connection for a pretty decent distance (around 5m – i’ve walked away from my phone by accident a few times). The battery life seems really good (can’t really compare as i’ve never owned others) and they charge quickly. They have yet to run out of charge during use even when i’ve had them on for 12+ hours. The few downsides are:if you wear them what is probably supposed to be backwards, the light can catch your eyes when it’s blinking. The sound isn’t perfect (but it’s great for the price and if you want the best possible sound you probably shouldn’t buy bluetooth headphones anyway). The play/pause/skip controls don’t work with every program – e. They work with itunes and the native sony player on my phone, but not with winamp or foobar2000. Sound leaks pretty considerably – not enough that you’d be rude on public transport, but enough to defeat the purpose if you want to listen to music loud in a quiet room (on the plus side, it means you can rest them on your neck as a quiet stereo system).

I use these on the train whilst commuting to listen to stuff on my ipad. They are fairly good at isolating you from ambient noise due to the padding. They fit my large bespectacled head comfortably for the 90 minute journey. I like them and find them far more convenient than wired headphones.

However, it fell short of 5 star due to its poor bass output.

Well after 2 years of use i finally can give a pure honest review about this headset. I been using this headphones almost non-stop, ride my bike everywhere with them listen to music at home, travel. But finally i seen them brake in the worst place ever. I feel really sony for this to happen since the sound quality is incredible but the build quality i sure was expecting a little more than just cheap plastic specially in this area. Now unfortunately i’ll have to move to maybe other brand or stronger headphones witch makes me very sad.

As she watches a lot of telly, one in use and one charged up. Also reduces wear on the battery.

If you do too, these are not for you. I have a couple of sony’s, and if you love bass, go for one of the xb (extra bass) series with the 50mm driver. The bass on those are ridiculous, but sacrifices the mid and high end. Now the actual review after 6 months+ of ownership. The headphones come with a usb cable, 3. 5mm jack cable to use the headphones in wired mode, and the carrying pouch. The carrying pouch is nice, good quality, but i wish it had a zipper on the closing flap to keep the cables from falling out. The sound from these headphones is very balanced. It has a decent low end, clear mids and highs.

These are my favourite headphone ever. They may not be the very best sound quality, but they are more than good enough for my ears even in bluetooth. Its the ease of bluetooth, and how comfortable they are that wins me over. The battery lasts for quite a few hours. They were not cheap, but they have a reassuringly feeling of quality to them. The part that always breaks first on headphones is the cable entering the earpiece, that should not be a problem here. If they are in your price range, and i can understand that they may not be, i hesitated a while before buying them, then i would certainly recommend them. I don’t regret spending more than i usually would on headphones.

Despite charging it for hours, it only connects for a couple hours (if that) before disconnecting. Everything else is great though.

Good quality sound and design, they are very light so you kinda forget you are wearing them. The battery is also very good, i use them every day and only had to charge them once a month. Only negative side is the size of the bag, is too small for the headphones.

Sound: great qualitybuild: great quality2 years on. Padding in headband gone, nearly scalped me.

These are my first over-ear earphones and they are perfect. Cheap and do the job, would highly recommend.

Thought it was due for an upgrade. The sound quality is top notch for just over a £100. Nfc and wireless features make it so so convenient. Only drawback is the premium pouch as it has no velcro or button to seal. I would advise u to buy it in the £100 budget.

Good sound quality, attractive design and excellent battery life. Tested with an lg g2 and an iphone 6, it works as expected without any issues.

After trying so many headphones that will be comfortable and not hurt my ears after long time listening music i found these. Very lightweight , soft on the ears, and sound is just amazing. I like the white color as well they look cool and clean. Bass is great and very loud and that is what i wanted. Don’t think about it, just buy them.

Very light and excellent sound quality.

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One Response to Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Headphones – Great sound and battery life

  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars says:
    Unfortunately i lost it on the tfl 3 days after having them.
  2. 1.0 out of 5 stars NO BLUETOOTH says:

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    I needed a new pair of headphones as i’ve been stuck with a pair of earphones for a few year which were tangly and let sound through so i decided to go bluetooth. These were well reviewed and i researched them thoroughly to find good results. I saw they were selling them refurbished for 100 pounds and the product was 100 percent positive. I thought it was a good deal and went for it. Delivery came on time and all lights, and buttons seemed to be working. It didn’t come with a receipt or an aux cord like it should have. The one major problem with this bluetooth device was the bluetooth was undiscoverable with every phone in the house. Really annoyed as these had great potential, comfortable and lightweight its just the bluetooth didn’t work.
  3. Verified Purchase says:

    This review is from : Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Headphones with V3.0 Bluetooth and NFC

    I needed a new pair of headphones as i’ve been stuck with a pair of earphones for a few year which were tangly and let sound through so i decided to go bluetooth. These were well reviewed and i researched them thoroughly to find good results. I saw they were selling them refurbished for 100 pounds and the product was 100 percent positive. I thought it was a good deal and went for it. Delivery came on time and all lights, and buttons seemed to be working. It didn’t come with a receipt or an aux cord like it should have. The one major problem with this bluetooth device was the bluetooth was undiscoverable with every phone in the house. Really annoyed as these had great potential, comfortable and lightweight its just the bluetooth didn’t work.
  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars 10/10 , High quality sound, comfy and long lasting battery. A full review... says:

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    • i’m someone who appreciates *sound quality* and hearing a peice of music for how it was recorded – not lesser quality nor artificially enhanced or added bass like the beats range produce. • *wireless* bluetooth was a must but• an additional *long phone jack cable* was needed for those times when bluetooth connectivity wasn’t available like most tvs for watching films or playing xbox. • i wanted *comfort* that i could wear them for hours whilst editing short films on my iphone without ear burn, itching or hot ear. • it was also important to me that my next headphones would *block out sound coming in* whilst *prevent sound leakage* that would be inconsiderate of people near me – even when loud• of course i had done my research to realise that *overear* was the only option to achieve the above rather than ‘in-ear’ or ‘on-ear’ but i still needed to select carefully. • i needed *long battery life*• an *affordablee price* around the £120-£220 mark. Any less would compromise the quality, any more could could not be justified. • finally, *styling & design* was reasonably important as i didn’t want to look silly in public. After much research and multiple trials i purchased my sony mdr10rbt wireless overear headphones. One year on, i can confidently say that these headphones by sony are quite simply brilliant and tick every box on the list and morethe high range, mid range and bass are excellent, even at low and high volumes. The general clarity is above average and performs well above its price bracket.
    • Anonymous says:
      • i’m someone who appreciates *sound quality* and hearing a peice of music for how it was recorded – not lesser quality nor artificially enhanced or added bass like the beats range produce. • *wireless* bluetooth was a must but• an additional *long phone jack cable* was needed for those times when bluetooth connectivity wasn’t available like most tvs for watching films or playing xbox. • i wanted *comfort* that i could wear them for hours whilst editing short films on my iphone without ear burn, itching or hot ear. • it was also important to me that my next headphones would *block out sound coming in* whilst *prevent sound leakage* that would be inconsiderate of people near me – even when loud• of course i had done my research to realise that *overear* was the only option to achieve the above rather than ‘in-ear’ or ‘on-ear’ but i still needed to select carefully. • i needed *long battery life*• an *affordablee price* around the £120-£220 mark. Any less would compromise the quality, any more could could not be justified. • finally, *styling & design* was reasonably important as i didn’t want to look silly in public. After much research and multiple trials i purchased my sony mdr10rbt wireless overear headphones. One year on, i can confidently say that these headphones by sony are quite simply brilliant and tick every box on the list and morethe high range, mid range and bass are excellent, even at low and high volumes. The general clarity is above average and performs well above its price bracket.
      • 2.0 out of 5 stars ... these headphones for 5/6 months and they have worked fine, wirelessly says:
        I have had these headphones for 5/6 months and they have worked fine, wirelessly, with decent sound, and no problems. All of a sudden though the wireless connectivity just started dropping out. If you hold your listening device in your hand it would be fine but as soon as you put the device in your hand the wireless bluetooth skips and jumps continually, and is beyond annoying. I have scoured the web to try and find out how to go about this and found people who have had similar problems with apt-x and turning on and turning the volume button up but none of this alters the configuration for them. Tried complete reset which is on the cans, and that done nothing. Tried un-pairing and re-pairing but again that did nothing at all. Shame as good sound of headphones but it’s like using a walkman back in the 80s when the sound skips all over the place and is not what you expect for a pair of 100 pound plus headphones. I’ve emailed sony so hope i’ll get some feedback but be wary as a good pair of headphones have been let down by the connectivity aspect.
  5. Anonymous says:
    I have had these headphones for 5/6 months and they have worked fine, wirelessly, with decent sound, and no problems. All of a sudden though the wireless connectivity just started dropping out. If you hold your listening device in your hand it would be fine but as soon as you put the device in your hand the wireless bluetooth skips and jumps continually, and is beyond annoying. I have scoured the web to try and find out how to go about this and found people who have had similar problems with apt-x and turning on and turning the volume button up but none of this alters the configuration for them. Tried complete reset which is on the cans, and that done nothing. Tried un-pairing and re-pairing but again that did nothing at all. Shame as good sound of headphones but it’s like using a walkman back in the 80s when the sound skips all over the place and is not what you expect for a pair of 100 pound plus headphones. I’ve emailed sony so hope i’ll get some feedback but be wary as a good pair of headphones have been let down by the connectivity aspect.
    • 4.0 out of 5 stars Good quality and comfortable says:
      Mostly use them with my phone. Only annoyance is when pairing with my pc and it occasionally connects in the lower sound quality mode – and then the faff of having to re-pair.
  6. Verified Purchase says:

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    Mostly use them with my phone. Only annoyance is when pairing with my pc and it occasionally connects in the lower sound quality mode – and then the faff of having to re-pair.
    • Anonymous says:
      I initially bought a set of bose qc wireless cans a local retail store had on offer at the time and they were excellent except for a distinct lack of deep punchy bass, something i didn’t expect from them. I did contemplate keeping them but for the price i couldn’t justify it knowing that i was slightly disappointed with them so i returned them and turned my attentions to the sony offerings, after checking g reviews i opted for these which were a little over half the price of the bose. I have to say that i am very pleased with them, i’ve always used sony in ear phones in the past and been very impressed, these over ear cans are comfortable ( although they can make your ears warm) they sound incredible with good clear top and mid range with a nice deep bass without rattling your brain about in your skull. Build quality – as you’d expect from sony they are well made and i have seen that the foam ear surrounds maybe replaceable which is a good idea, but as good as they are the build quality of the bose was better. Sound quality – excellent on wireless, even better using the audio lead which also preserves battery life as they work off battery when directly plugged into your phone etc, using the lead activates the high def sound feature and even to a non audiophile the difference is noticeable but i guess will be dependant on the source and the quality of the music files you are listening to. Battery life – excellent, not had to recharge them yet and i’ve used them a lotrecharge time – very reasonable no more than 3/4 hours depending on how low the battery is. Accessories – comes with a usb charge lead, audio lead and case – case is poor in my opinion, comparing to the case the bose came in which was a hard case with a zip, the sony offering is more of a canvas bag with a fold over flap that also has a pocket to house the leads, not brilliant and wouldn’t protect the head phones from damage, this was a rather disappointing discovery when opening them for the first time. All in all for half the price of the bose equivalent they are every bit as good and certainly edge the bose due to the better bass reproduction, the bose have a better build quality and higher quality accessories but these are hardly worth paying as much again over the cost of the sonys. I’m pleased with them, they are comfortable to wear, sound great and have great battery life, i don’t imagine anyone buying these would be disappointed.
  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars Quality product says:

    This review is from : Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Headphones with V3.0 Bluetooth and NFC

    I initially bought a set of bose qc wireless cans a local retail store had on offer at the time and they were excellent except for a distinct lack of deep punchy bass, something i didn’t expect from them. I did contemplate keeping them but for the price i couldn’t justify it knowing that i was slightly disappointed with them so i returned them and turned my attentions to the sony offerings, after checking g reviews i opted for these which were a little over half the price of the bose. I have to say that i am very pleased with them, i’ve always used sony in ear phones in the past and been very impressed, these over ear cans are comfortable ( although they can make your ears warm) they sound incredible with good clear top and mid range with a nice deep bass without rattling your brain about in your skull. Build quality – as you’d expect from sony they are well made and i have seen that the foam ear surrounds maybe replaceable which is a good idea, but as good as they are the build quality of the bose was better. Sound quality – excellent on wireless, even better using the audio lead which also preserves battery life as they work off battery when directly plugged into your phone etc, using the lead activates the high def sound feature and even to a non audiophile the difference is noticeable but i guess will be dependant on the source and the quality of the music files you are listening to. Battery life – excellent, not had to recharge them yet and i’ve used them a lotrecharge time – very reasonable no more than 3/4 hours depending on how low the battery is. Accessories – comes with a usb charge lead, audio lead and case – case is poor in my opinion, comparing to the case the bose came in which was a hard case with a zip, the sony offering is more of a canvas bag with a fold over flap that also has a pocket to house the leads, not brilliant and wouldn’t protect the head phones from damage, this was a rather disappointing discovery when opening them for the first time. All in all for half the price of the bose equivalent they are every bit as good and certainly edge the bose due to the better bass reproduction, the bose have a better build quality and higher quality accessories but these are hardly worth paying as much again over the cost of the sonys. I’m pleased with them, they are comfortable to wear, sound great and have great battery life, i don’t imagine anyone buying these would be disappointed.
  8. 5.0 out of 5 stars In my opinion perfect for what they are. says:

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    Ok, first of all, they are over the ear despite the size. I was looking for a while for headphones that would be good and versatile. These have ticked all the boxes for me. Of course they are nowhere near my set of sennheiser, but for the price and fact that i can use them wireless or wired, they are perfect. Bass is punchy and rest are just right. Sound isolation is fantastic, i can vacuum using dyson and can barely hear a slight wind noise. So if you don’t expect a hd800 performance and need headphones instead of earphones, they are perfect. One downside, they do become slightly worm after longer use, but to be honest it’s not that bad.
    • Verified Purchase says:
      Ok, first of all, they are over the ear despite the size. I was looking for a while for headphones that would be good and versatile. These have ticked all the boxes for me. Of course they are nowhere near my set of sennheiser, but for the price and fact that i can use them wireless or wired, they are perfect. Bass is punchy and rest are just right. Sound isolation is fantastic, i can vacuum using dyson and can barely hear a slight wind noise. So if you don’t expect a hd800 performance and need headphones instead of earphones, they are perfect. One downside, they do become slightly worm after longer use, but to be honest it’s not that bad.
  9. 5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing quality says:

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    The headphones are light and very durable. Providing a great quality sound and a very comfortable fit for long journeys etc. For this price they are amazing value especially as they cost £169 on the official sony website. Very happy with the purchase, thanks amazon.
    • Verified Purchase says:
      The headphones are light and very durable. Providing a great quality sound and a very comfortable fit for long journeys etc. For this price they are amazing value especially as they cost £169 on the official sony website. Very happy with the purchase, thanks amazon.
      • 3.0 out of 5 stars Bluetooth poor quality says:
        I really tried to enjoy these headphones, the comfort and fit was near perfect but the bluetooth quality is hit and miss. I found after a week of using these on my commute to work more times than not i would get interference causing me to give up using these and going back to my wired in-ear’s. I also tried changing the bluetooth settings as instructed in the manual but it didn’t help. Back to my trustee in-ear’s for now.
  10. Verified Purchase says:

    This review is from : Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Headphones with V3.0 Bluetooth and NFC

    I really tried to enjoy these headphones, the comfort and fit was near perfect but the bluetooth quality is hit and miss. I found after a week of using these on my commute to work more times than not i would get interference causing me to give up using these and going back to my wired in-ear’s. I also tried changing the bluetooth settings as instructed in the manual but it didn’t help. Back to my trustee in-ear’s for now.
    • 2.0 out of 5 stars They're good, however, not for £99.99 says:
      The sound quality is very good in these sony mdr10rbt, very clear with a fair bass play. To be honest though, the bass is not very strong and the treble is overwhelming at times. They’re extremely comfortable when wearing them and can be worn for long periods of time without discomfort. Have yet to discover the charge time quality, with all batteries there is an exponential decrease in the time taken to discharge the battery through usage. One problem is that there is no external sound cancelling feature (it isn’t in the spec. So i didn’t expect one) and it could really benefit one installed. Sound leakage is a huge issue as listening to music at an average volume for the general customer is too loud as others around you will clearly hear the audio. It’s also a problem from the users perspective, you are able to hear things from the environment around you (basically the closed over ear structure doesn’t work to the effect it is supposed to have). I’ve also had issues when connecting them to a pc via bluetooth, i have a bluetooth dongle built into my computer and have tried resolving the problem however nothing yet has proven successful (connecting to a smart phone proves no problem [i own an iphone, i have never tested it on a phone with an android os]. In conclusion, if money is not an issue to you and you want a pair of decent headphones for general use on a phone, by all means go for it.
  11. Verified Purchase says:

    This review is from : Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Headphones with V3.0 Bluetooth and NFC

    The sound quality is very good in these sony mdr10rbt, very clear with a fair bass play. To be honest though, the bass is not very strong and the treble is overwhelming at times. They’re extremely comfortable when wearing them and can be worn for long periods of time without discomfort. Have yet to discover the charge time quality, with all batteries there is an exponential decrease in the time taken to discharge the battery through usage. One problem is that there is no external sound cancelling feature (it isn’t in the spec. So i didn’t expect one) and it could really benefit one installed. Sound leakage is a huge issue as listening to music at an average volume for the general customer is too loud as others around you will clearly hear the audio. It’s also a problem from the users perspective, you are able to hear things from the environment around you (basically the closed over ear structure doesn’t work to the effect it is supposed to have). I’ve also had issues when connecting them to a pc via bluetooth, i have a bluetooth dongle built into my computer and have tried resolving the problem however nothing yet has proven successful (connecting to a smart phone proves no problem [i own an iphone, i have never tested it on a phone with an android os]. In conclusion, if money is not an issue to you and you want a pair of decent headphones for general use on a phone, by all means go for it.
  12. 3.0 out of 5 stars Sound is unbalanced says:

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    For some reason the sound is unbalanced, as though different drivers were used for the two ear cups, in one of them the bass is heavier, and in the other the higher end is clearer which is a defect which developed over time. Would like to know how to send them in for repair though.
  13. Verified Purchase says:

    This review is from : Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Headphones with V3.0 Bluetooth and NFC

    For some reason the sound is unbalanced, as though different drivers were used for the two ear cups, in one of them the bass is heavier, and in the other the higher end is clearer which is a defect which developed over time. Would like to know how to send them in for repair though.
  14. 1.0 out of 5 stars Tinny, flat sound not worthy of 4.5 stars. Don't buy these. says:

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    Let me begin by saying that i did a lot of research before buying these and i can’t believe how wrong the reviews were. 5 star rated headphones amazes me. Tinny, flat sound doesn’t sound well with any style of music. Weak bass, average middle and horrible treble.
    • Verified Purchase says:
      Let me begin by saying that i did a lot of research before buying these and i can’t believe how wrong the reviews were. 5 star rated headphones amazes me. Tinny, flat sound doesn’t sound well with any style of music. Weak bass, average middle and horrible treble.
      • 5.0 out of 5 stars Good quality headphones. says:
        Good quality headphones, very easy to pair via nfc, good quality sound. I listen to music on the go for two-three hrs a day – they last without charge for at least 3 days. If i could turn back time and choose my set again – i would have taken slightly more expensive noise cancelling model. Before you buy think where you will be using these most – on a train?. If so, the noise cancelling functiom will be very useful. Overall happy with the product and do recommend.
  15. Verified Purchase says:
    Good quality headphones, very easy to pair via nfc, good quality sound. I listen to music on the go for two-three hrs a day – they last without charge for at least 3 days. If i could turn back time and choose my set again – i would have taken slightly more expensive noise cancelling model. Before you buy think where you will be using these most – on a train?. If so, the noise cancelling functiom will be very useful. Overall happy with the product and do recommend.
  16. 5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant Headphones says:

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    Bought these headphones as i spend a lot of time on long flights and didn’t want to have audio cables in my bag. The sound quality is brilliant and they are really easy to setup and pair with my iphone and ipad. The battery is also great and i managed to get about 10+ hours out of a single charge. If you are in the market for a decent bluetooth headset i would recommend you check these out.
  17. Verified Purchase says:

    This review is from : Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Headphones with V3.0 Bluetooth and NFC

    Bought these headphones as i spend a lot of time on long flights and didn’t want to have audio cables in my bag. The sound quality is brilliant and they are really easy to setup and pair with my iphone and ipad. The battery is also great and i managed to get about 10+ hours out of a single charge. If you are in the market for a decent bluetooth headset i would recommend you check these out.
  18. 5.0 out of 5 stars Great headphones! says:

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    I was lucky to buy these headphones on a fantastic offer (£79). Deep bass response but not taking over there higher frequency. Lengthy battery life (i used them every day and didn’t have to recharge for 10 days). Well padded ear pads/arch, good sound insulation, feels soft, premium quality. Of course you can spend £200/250 to buy a monster studio or bose with higher definition, but these are fantastic value for money. I’ve been playing and recording music for about 20 years. These headphones won’t disappoint you.
    • Verified Purchase says:
      I was lucky to buy these headphones on a fantastic offer (£79). Deep bass response but not taking over there higher frequency. Lengthy battery life (i used them every day and didn’t have to recharge for 10 days). Well padded ear pads/arch, good sound insulation, feels soft, premium quality. Of course you can spend £200/250 to buy a monster studio or bose with higher definition, but these are fantastic value for money. I’ve been playing and recording music for about 20 years. These headphones won’t disappoint you.
      • 5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing! says:
        These take are good headphones. I’m may not be an audiophile, but these have excellent clarity, good (but not powerful) bass. These aren’t for people who like tonnes of bass.
  19. Verified Purchase says:

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    These take are good headphones. I’m may not be an audiophile, but these have excellent clarity, good (but not powerful) bass. These aren’t for people who like tonnes of bass.
    • 5.0 out of 5 stars best of both worlds says:
      Small enough to wear out and wireless so no wires to get snagged on with great sound quality. But attach the wire gives the extra ” hi -res” sound that adds extra layer. Really soft and comfortable. Also no sound leak so im not disturbing anyone else.
      • Anonymous says:
        Small enough to wear out and wireless so no wires to get snagged on with great sound quality. But attach the wire gives the extra ” hi -res” sound that adds extra layer. Really soft and comfortable. Also no sound leak so im not disturbing anyone else.
  20. 1.0 out of 5 stars Crack/broken after few months of moderate use. says:
    After a year of use the headset is broken, i’m not sure whether it is a defective item or it is a design defect. My usage was moderate (2 hours/day for 6 months during travel to work). I could see cracks after 3-4 months of usage on one side and later it cracked on both sides. Really disappointed with the headset after 6 months of use.
  21. Verified Purchase says:

    This review is from : Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Headphones with V3.0 Bluetooth and NFC

    After a year of use the headset is broken, i’m not sure whether it is a defective item or it is a design defect. My usage was moderate (2 hours/day for 6 months during travel to work). I could see cracks after 3-4 months of usage on one side and later it cracked on both sides. Really disappointed with the headset after 6 months of use.

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