Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800 Stereo Bluetooth Headset (Black)
20 February 2010
Summary: The solid-sounding Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800 Wireless Stereo Headphones are an excellent option for anyone looking for the very smallest Bluetooth headset money can buy to use with an A2DP-compatible music phone or MP3 player.
Pros: The Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800 headphones are ultracompact and let you cut the cord from your A2DP-compatible music phone. The earbuds offer deep bass and generally solid sound quality, and the package includes a storage box.
Cons: The Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800 headphones may not fit all users well, they're pricey, and the sound quality is not on par with wired models.
REVIEW: Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800 Bluetooth Earphone
20 October 2009
Excerpt: Ever hated using annoying earphones when your trying to work-out and have the line hanging down to your pocket where your phone or music player was connected? Well if you do, then you’re in luck. Sony Ericsson has recently released wireless headphones using bluetooth technology not too long ago and has sent us a free pair for us to review, and that we will do.
Conclusion: Price wise the cheapest I found them was £72.95 which is a little on the steep side for a set of headphones but if I had the money to spend then I would 100% get myself a set of these (or Sony Ericsson could just give me them).
If you're looking for tiny stereo Bluetooth headphones--and you’re willing to pay the price for them--this ultradainty pair is just the ticket
Good Gear Guide.au
11 February 2010
Summary: If you're willing to sacrifice some phone and music controls for an ultrasmall headset with dependable audio quality--and the hefty price tag is no barrier--the Sony Ericsson package has got the goods.
Pros: Compact and very light, solid music and call quality
Cons: Very expensive, unit lacks volume controls and track skipping
Sony Ericsson HBH-IS800 Wireless Headphones Review
Tracy and Matt's Blog
4 May 2009
Summary: The HBH-IS800 is pretty much the answer when it comes to a wireless solution. The only drawbacks for me were the lack of volume control on the headphones and the auto volume adjustment but again this could be down to personal taste. As far as comfort and sound go I would go as far as to say they gave me almost the same listening experience as my Sandisk Sansa View and the answer to the question at the start is yes, the base is handled very well indeed.
Summary: Ulempen er, at lyden ikke er helt på højde med almindelige hovedtelefoner i den samme prisklasse. Begge dele gør sig gældende i forbindelse med Sony Ericssons HBH-IS800. Den eneste ledning er den, der forbinder de to ørepropper, som sammen med en lille mikrofon og samtaleknap nær den venstre øreprop er hele headsettet. Det er imponerende, at der er plads til genopladeligt batteri, modtager og lyd på så lidt plads.
Pros: Lille, Transportetui
Cons: Ingen volumenkontrol, Store ørepropper, Grim lyd