Excerpt: Getting hold of original stuff is always advisable. I learnt this lesson after buying a new headphone from Sony. Though, I was using a Sony Ericcson mobile since last two years, I was not in the possession of an original headphone.
Excerpt: I am a big music fan and the thought of leaving the house without my IPod and a set of headphones is unthinkable. Whether it is a walk to the local shops, a bus journey or long distance travel, I always have my music playing. I mostly buy Sony headphones and have tried lots of different styles over the years, whilst this ear plug style isn't my favourite; I have found these to be well worth the £9.99 I paid for them in Curry's.
Excerpt: Sony MDR-EX35LP headphones are in-ear earphones. The pair I bought were in black, although they come in white also. I typically buy a different pair of Sony headphones - MDR-ED21LP headphones. I found those headphones to sound great and to be comfortable but to be extremely fragile (I tend to break them every 2-3 months). I decided to try another set of headphones instead and see if they were any better and more durable. The sound is awful however.
Excerpt: As I am a lover of music and have been through a numerous amount of earphones and MP3 players alike, I wanted to get a pair of good quality earphones that would last. Upon researching the markets for earphones that would last and give a high quality audio performance I found that, being a student, I was largely out priced by some of the costs of earphones nowadays. I found many earphones going beyond the £50 price mark and some even more costly.
Excerpt: I have the same problem with these earphones - they don't fit. My previous earphones were a set of Shure e2c. After almost 2 years of use one of the wires broke and I decided to try a pair of these Sony earphones due to the fact that they were half the price and also since they were slightly more compact. The problem is not as described by some reviewers above; it has nothing to do with the size of your ear or earlobe - the issue is the diameter of your ear canal.
I shall buy them again if they ever die. What else can I say?
20 November 2009
Excerpt: I wear headphones all the time, and if I'm, not listening to music for some reason they'll be hanging around my neck. Until recently I used to buy and use the cheap £5 headphones that sony make and to be fair to them they were good for the money. Then, a month or so ago I decided to spend a bit more to see if it really made that much difference. So I bought these. And the difference is staggering.
You will wonder what you ever did before you had these magnificent earphones.
14 November 2009
Excerpt: I love to listen to music so much it is a big part of my life and gets me through especially when I am feeling low or just generally having a bad day so for me wether I am travelling to or from work or in my bedroom or generally just hanging about or doing some exercise or even cutting the grass sticking some tunes on makes most of these things a bit more pleasant and thats when I stick my Ipod Touch on and chill out a bit or put on something a bit more up tempo...
Excellent and good value, I am a very happy customer
17 September 2009
Excerpt: I bought these about 6 months ago, wooed by the brand name. These were my first "in ear" headphones. Contrary to other reviewers, I think they are great (and picked them up for a lower price). For comparison purposes, I don't have a history of buying expensive headphones but I do have a chunky set for music equipment at home. I wanted a pair which were small to carry but wouldn't fall out while doing sport.
Excerpt: i bought these headphones at the airport before going away because my other ones had broke. because of the good name the sony brand has i felt that 30 was a small price to pay because i was sure they would be good. i was not wrong, the sound quality was brilliant however the positives just about stop there, i had a lot of trouble getting them to stay in my ear. i do not have very large ears however i could not seem to get them in right without them falling out.