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.
Summary: I like a good sound for my music I listen to rock , pop , ballad, techno , electronic etc. ... a little of everything to anime music . This headset then buy what you do not fill my expectations my mdr- 10r so I went to the older models like the mdr- 1rbt .
Pros: Excellent sound quality, comfortable Good quality construction and materials, long battery time.
Summary: So I've owned a pair of these for a good 2 weeks now, and never leave the house without them.
I've owned a pair of bluetooth Sennheiser MM100 headphones before these for years, which where pretty good, very good even. But I sold the MM100 within 1 week, of owning these MDR1RBT's.
Pros: Idioticly clear(analytic but not boring), real nice mids and high, deep bass. Great looks.
Cons: Have had a few dropouts in the beginning, not anymore.
Summary: I am writing this quick review after about 20 minutes of use so I hope I am not jumping the gun, but after trying 5 other head phones (sennheiser momentum and amperior, Vmoda M100, the new PSB and the bowers & wilkins P5) I could not find quite what I was looking for.
Summary: A very good headphone , fills a niche in my collection being quite Bass heavy as opposed to my other day-to-day headphone the Senn HD595.
It is a very comfortable can , with very good quality faux leather for the ear cups , but it can get sweaty at times.
Pros: Good Passive Insulation + Comfort , Good sound quality amped +un-amped , Very stylish and solid
Cons: Not a metal headband as appears, Bluetooth causes some initial delay on every song played , Mic not sensitive enough for Siri / Android commands
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