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6.9 out of 10

Sony MDR-AS30G

Sony MDR-AS30G The MDR-AS30G from is part of Sony’s activ Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Sony MDR-AS30G

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Overall 4
Sound quality 4

Don't waste your money on these Sony headphones!

naturelover39, Viewpoints
30 July 2008
  • Excerpt: I bought these Sony headphones for my son for Christmas becuase he need a new pair. He liked the color and the sleek design of the headphones. But the sound quality was poor. The headphone fits right in your ear. My son said he had to turn the sound all the way up to even hear it. The heaphones sond was only heard from others around him. The Sony Headphones were not comfortable at all.
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Overall 4
Design 6
Value for money 2
Sound quality 2
Comfort 2
Durability 8

Ear's Something I Wouldn't Buy Again

plipplopf..., Ciao
1 February 2010
  • Excerpt: "...owner of a pair of Sony MDR AS30 headphones. I can't say that this was a carefully considered, well-researched decision. I needed a new pair for a day or two until replacement Bose arrived and n fact, this was the only pair they had in stock for a reasonable price, apart from a selection of in-ear headphones, which are no good for me. (For some reason, they make my ears really sore and I just can't bear the feeling of things in my ears.) Sadly, I ...
  • Pros: Durable and light
  • Cons: Uncomfortable, sound quality not so good, no real sound insulation
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Overall 4

Emergency headphones that are strictly only for emergencies

plipplop, Dooyoo
4 November 2008
  • Excerpt: When the cat sits on your favourite Bose headphones, it's a bit of a disaster. My headphones and I are inseparable you see - I gotta have music! An emergency pair was therefore in order (where emergency is defined as whatever House of Fraser had in stock for less than £30, as I would only need to use them for a short period of time) and so I came to be the owner of a pair of Sony MDR AS30 headphones.
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