Excerpt: The package they come with only say "they have a serious things inside". Like how light the headphone is and the sound is crips detail clear with a round bass. Sound very balanced for me, I use it with a samsung tablet with bluetooth and it's perfect for listening music and doing all things on my house without wake up all te family.connection very simple and I appreciate that you can use the provided cord if you want or if have no enought battery
Pros: Comfortable, Good Bass, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Excerpt: The headphones are unbelievably clear. They also work corded, come with cord. Long battery life, comfort, equalizer, and extreme frequency response. The MDR-10RBT headphones are a close second place. The MDR-1RBTs I think, are worth every penny.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Excerpt: Extremely comfortable, solid build quality, and really excellent, balanced sound--so everything about the headphones themselves are really nice. Slightly more bass-heavy than the MDR-7506's, which I also own, but honestly I can't tell a difference other than that (although the headband and ear cups on these are softer and higher quality, and without the big cord the balance feels better).
Excerpt: These headphones are terrific. I've tried many others, including the gimmicky Ziks, and as far as sound quality and comfort, the 1RBTs are the head of the class. Sure, they are pricey, but you get what you pay for. I would have liked more metal in the build for the price, but the plastic seems durable enough. Most importantly, the sound is the best I've heard. They are not bass cannons, but there is plenty of clean bass that doesn't junk up the mids/highs.
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 .
The sound quality of the mdr- 1rbt is far superior to my previous mdr- 10r the sound is warm, natural and filled with more depth and better bass feels the wider music and the highs are detailed and not bother the ear...
Pros: Excellent sound quality, comfortable Good quality construction and materials, long battery time.
Excerpt: These are excellent, they blew me away. They are the best BT headphones I've ever heard, and I've heard a lot. There is no difference between BT and the wired connection when it comes to quality. Thats a good thing, since they don't come with an iPhone cord, so if you are using Apple products you pretty much *have* to use BT. They work fine on my iPhone5 and Macs.
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. Each had something I did not like about them. Today these Sony's arrived and I was instantly in love. I thought I was going to settle on the Vmoda's but in my opinion these blow them away.
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.
The sound quality when amped is superb and is only marginally different when used via Bluetooth, so close in-fact that if it weren't for the stuttering when changing tracks on my iPhone 5 I wouldn't notice.
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
Summary: I recently got the 1RBT because I had a couple of Sony vouchers, and I have to say, while I am still uncertain of it's full retail price, I do really love this pair of headphones. The retail price is $498 Singapore Dollars.
My experience with headphones were on the lower-end Grados and AKGs.
Pros: Interesting sound, easy Bluetooth setup, comfortable in cool climates
Cons: Interesting sound, sweaty ears in hot climates