great sound and design poor ambient noise isolation.
24 March 2013
Summary: all in all one of the best headphones I've owned. recommend them for home use and not places with a lot of ambient noise like in the subway, on an airplane, or even on a noisy street.
Pros: -great design, -very good sound quality bass not overpowering, -great for watching movies you forget that you have them on, -very comfy, -excellent build quality, -good price when compared to the competition
Cons: -not the best ambient sound isolation, -trebles aren't great
Summary: I have owned these headphone almost since their release a couple of years ago; I find them to be perfect all round headphones. The sound quality achieved from these in my opinion is second to none compared to others within this price range, with the right EQ to personal taste I would say they are...
Summary: Excellent build and sound quality. They look smat but are a little on the large size, so best for internal use or on public transport, definitely not for out jogging or posing! The comfort level is brilliant, very light and super soft, and easy to wear for long periods.
Summary: The Sony MDR-1R headphones are a fun and boisterous pair of cans. With solid but flexible build quality, a tight and firm seal, and a bold and chewy sound signature, they are a practical and attractive portable headphone that isolates as well as one would need.
Summary: The Sony MDR-1R Ultimate are the entry level of the Lifestyle Series Headphones, with the MDR-1RNC being noise cancelling and the MDR-10RBT offering Bluetooth , NFC or wired (Replacing the MDR-1RBT) The MDR-1R look very stylish, and delivery great sound quality, albeit might not appeal to all.