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Sony MDR-1RBT
9.3 out of 10

Sony MDR-1RBT

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Sony MDR-1RBT

consumersearch.com
16 April 2014
  • Conclusion: The Sony MDR-1RBT gets excellent reviews from both professionals and users. Its sound quality, sturdy build and comfort are all praised almost universally. This headset also includes near field communication (NFC) for easier pairing with certain devices, though reviewers disagree about how useful this feature is. If you don't need the dual-pairing feature found on the Best Reviewed Bose AE2W (Est. $250) , these Sony wireless headphones are an excellent alternative.
  • Pros: Good sound quality, Very comfortable, Well built, NFC pairing
  • Cons: Minor connection problems, Can't use while charging
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Overall 10
10

REVIEW sony bluetooth headphones MDR-1RBT

Examiner
24 June 2013
  • Excerpt: Today we’re looking at the Sony does a good number of things well and these headphones follow stongly in that well established tradition. To start off with a bold statement: These are the overall nicest and most technically advanced bluetooth headphones that I've reviewed to date. Click here to see a video slideshow of the MDR-1RBT (these headphones really need a name huh?
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The Solid Sony MDR-1R, MDR-1RBT, and MDR-1NC

innerfidelity.com
17 April 2013
  • Summary: Since I've spent a bit of time niggling I want to restate that overall I think these cans are very good looking, very comfortable, and a pleasure to use. The critic in me will always find stuff to complain about, but overall I very much like the MDR-1R line of headphones, and think there are few companies in the world that can really get this stuff right.
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Overall 8
8.0

Review: Sony MDR-1RBT Bluetooth Headphones

Wired
12 April 2013
  • Excerpt: Some days you want to throw open the windows, crank up your stereo and rattle the walls with your favorite music. Other times, you want to drift off into your own little sonisphere, totally walled off from the rest of the world.
  • Pros: Awesome sound. Supreme comfort. Exceedingly solid build. Fantastic battery life.
  • Cons: No mute button. Anemic quick-start guide and sad online documentation. High price. Drawstring cloth carrying pouch could be more substantial (and secure). Slightly unsightly stitching on (incredibly comfortable) leather-like earcup coverings.
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Overall 9
9.0

Cut the cord - Sony’s NFC-enabled Bluetooth headphones are ultra-convenient

Good Gear Guide.au
9 March 2013
  • Summary: Sony’s MDR-1RBT headphones sound equally good whether you’re listening wired or wirelessly. Hooking up with Bluetooth does give a bit of a bump to bass and treble, too, as well as the convenience of no cords. The convenience of NFC - if you’ve got a compatible mobile - is even better.
  • Pros: Excellent wireless and wired sound quality, Convenient via Bluetooth and NFC, Rechargeable, works in passive mode
  • Cons: Expensive, No active noise cancelling
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Overall 9
9.0

Sony MDR-1RBT review

PC Advisor
3 January 2013
  • Summary: Cut the cord - Sony’s NFC-enabled Bluetooth headphones are ultra-convenient. Read our Sony MDR-1RBT review.
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Sony MDR-1RBT review: Hands-on

T3
29 August 2012
  • Summary: The Sony MDR-1RBT forms one third of the brand's new MDR-1 range of headphones and marks Sony's first step into the premium cans arena
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Overall 8
8.0

Sony MDR-1RBT

elektroniktest.dk
16 November 2013
  • Conclusion: Denne enelige konklusion er at dette headset er super lækkert men mangler lige den sidste power til at spille lidt højere end det kan, jeg ved det er en udfordring med et trådløst headsæt men det må kunne lykkedes. Alt andet er lækkert og lyd oplevelsen er super god, jeg har ikke haft noget til test endnu der kan måle sig med dette.
  • Pros: God pasform Det sidder godt på mit hovede, jeg har ellers svært ved at finde noget der sidder helt rigtig godt., Fornuftig Knapperne sidder fornuftigt og er nemme at komme til., Lyden Lækker og levende lyd der kommer ud af dem jeg synes musiken lyd rigtig godt i dette headset trods at det er trådløs. Dette gælder også microfonen da den også gør det super godt., Støj reduktion Jeg oplever at det også virker godt og der er ikke nogen lydmeæssig endring som jeg har oplev...
  • Cons: Forstærkeren Jeg synes de er lige svage nok, så der måtte gerne være bare en smugle mere power i dem., Forstærkeren Jeg synes de er lige svage nok, så der måtte gerne være bare en smugle mere power i dem.
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Sony MDR-1RBT Prestige

Tecmania
12 September 2013
  • Excerpt: Recebemos os Headphones Sony MDR-1RBT Prestige. Durante as últimas semanas tive o prazer de experimentar o melhor set de HeadPhones que alguma vez me passou pela cabeça. Estes MDR-1RBT são de facto espectaculares em todos os campos desde a qualidade de som, amplitude de baixos, materiais de construção, ligação Bluetooth, gestão de chamadas. Não percas esta review.
  • Pros: Qualidade de som fenomenal, Boa ligação Bluetooth, Utilização em chamadas, Duração da bateria
  • Cons: Preço torna-o inacessível para muitos
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MDR1RBT V3.0

kopfhoerer.com
25 April 2013
  • Excerpt: Der Sony glänzt schon ab dem ersten Ton durch sein detailreiches und vor allem spielfreudiges Klangbild. Beim Telefonieren waren die Stimmen präsent, das führt zu einem guten Verstehen des Gesprächspartners. Insgesamt spielt der MDR-1RBT unaufgeregt und neutral, Bässe könnte er daher etwas druckvoller wiedergeben. Die Abschirmung ist extrem hoch, man sollte es mit der Lautstärke nicht übertreiben, wenn man noch etwas von seiner Umwelt mitbekommen möchte.
  • Pros: Hoher Tragekomfort, Erstklassige Verarbeitung, Extrem gute Abschirmung, Ausgewogenes Klangbild, Hohe Akkulaufzeit, Detailreiches Klangbild, Kopfhörer verfügt über ein Mikrofon, Fernbedienung integriert, Abnehmbares Kabel, Mit iOS (iPhone, iPod, iPad) kompatibel
  • Cons: Relativ teures Modell, Bassarmer Sound, Keine Farbauswahl verfügbar
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