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Sony MDR-NC7
5.7 out of 10

Sony MDR-NC7

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Sony Noise cancellation Headphones

sacback, ReviewStream
25 July 2014
  • Excerpt: I saw these things at Best Buy and when I tried them out, I just knew that they weren’t about nothing. I tried them out and I didn’t get any type of noise cancellation at all. This bothered me because I wanted a pair of them. But I noticed that …
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Sony Noise Canceling Headphones MDR-NC7

Nick Addison, ReviewStream
25 July 2014
  • Excerpt: I was a little hesitant purchasing this set of headphones, because I’d had a a pair of the MDR-NC6’s that went on the fritz-specifically, they began playing out of only one headphone, with no clear evidence of wiring problems on the other side-roughly a year after purchase. I’d failed …
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Overall 2

Terrible Quality, even worse customer service

Nadezhda K., Newegg
17 April 2014
  • Summary: Sony does not understand customer service. Only buy these headphones if you are comfortable throwing away your money.
  • Pros: - Fit comfortably
  • Cons: My advise to everyone I know after my recent experience with Sony: DO NOT BUY SONY PRODUCTS, SONY DOES NOT STAND BY THEIR PRODUCTS OR THEIR CUSTOMERS. I recently bought Sony MDR-NC7 Noise-Cancelling Headphones. The plug on these headphones fell apart within weeks: the joint where the wire goes in...
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Overall 4


David N., Newegg
28 October 2013
  • Summary: Overall i think these headphones would be a great pair of traveling headphones, IF... They where to lower the price to around $20 to $30 and not label them as "noise canceling" but as something like "sound improving" headphones.
  • Pros: Easily fold-able into a small size. Stylish. Good cord quality. Angled connector.
  • Cons: Cheap plastic parts lead to creaky noises when moving around. Ear-cups are too large for my ears and a large amount of them is hanging behind my ears, i have normal sized ears. The "noise canceling" feature cancels no noise tat i can tell, it does however improve the sound quality. Highs are tinn...
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Overall 8

great travel headset

Craig S., Newegg
21 November 2012
  • Pros: Cheap (no worry if break or loose) compact cancels airplane wngine noise
  • Cons: Avg sound quality
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Overall 4

Not all too great

Anonymous, Newegg
11 November 2012
  • Summary: If you can get these for $20, and are completely cheap, go for it; they're probably the best you can get for that little. If you feel like shelling out a little more for headphones that will last substantially longer, I'd point to Koss' Portapro.
  • Pros: Good sound quality for the price. Then again, in the $20-50 range, that's nothing to brag about. Has limited noise cancellation - also uncommon on anything this cheap.
  • Cons: That said, the sound isn't particularly good. The bass response is underwhelming (not flat, but actually -lacking-), and is non-existant with the noise cancellation off. Treble distortion is ridiculous. While they do have noise cancellation, it's of limited use. It blocks the noise of my notebook...
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Overall 2

another terrible set of Sony headphones

Derrick C., Newegg
11 November 2012
  • Pros: None
  • Cons: I operate heavy equipment in my job and I appreciate a good set of headphones. These are not it. I first owned the Philips O'neil (The Stretch) headphones, which were amazing, but they were stolen. I bought these as a replacement and was very disappointed. My last few pairs of Sony headphones had...
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Overall 10

User Review

Henry E., Newegg
14 September 2012
  • Pros: Great sound, excellent quality and cheaper than if they were new 2nd pair i have owned, just ordered these
  • Cons: dont really like the folding mechanism
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Overall 6


Lucian I., Newegg
28 August 2012
  • Pros: The price was right, luckly it wasn't 80$. These headphones are worth 15$ + 9.99$ shipping, or 25$ free shipping ;-)
  • Cons: The sound is so dull, and noise cancelling is about 50%, but it doesnt matter because the sound is low and dull with or without the noise cancellation. I still dont get it why Sony has put this headphone out on the market in the first place.
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Sony Noise Cancelling Headphones MDR-NC7

Sarah Larson, ReviewStream
9 March 2012
  • Excerpt: I bought these from Wal-Mart for about $50, and they are okay quality for a pair of $50 headphones. First off - the sound is decent IF you turn the noise canceling feature ON. Otherwise, they sound like a pair of $10 headphones. They do fold up nice …
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