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Sony MW1

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Sony Smart Wireless Headset Pro

BCCHardware
21 September 2012
  • Summary: The SWHP from Sony is a different style of headset that normal for a phone and even with this new format, it still does very well in the comfort department.  Sony has included three sizes of soft ear-tips that tend to block out a lot of background noise.  Once you find the size that works for you, they seem to stay in place very well, and are extremely comfortable to wear for extended periods.
  • Pros: Extremely Comfortable, Good range & Call Quality, Good build quality on headset, Lots of applications, Functions as Radio & MP3 player
  • Cons: Finicky software/application setup, Clip isn't tight enough for active use, Pressing the clip/button activates headset functions, Drops connection between phone during standby, Cords to short to clip to a belt for security, Battery life seems to be shorter than expected
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Overall 4
4.0

Sony Smart Wireless Headset Pro

PC Magazine
28 August 2012
  • Conclusion: The Bluetooth Sony Smart Wireless Headset Pro doubles as an FM radio/MP3 player. And while it sounds good, it's buggy and fails to deliver a compelling overall experience.
  • Pros: Smooth-sounding audio over Bluetooth with solid bass response. Soft, comfortable eartips.
  • Cons: Stereo earbuds are actually wired. Controls are a mixed bag. Requires seven Android app installs. No text-to-speech support in English. Buggy playback from microSD cards, and doesn't support AAC files in this mode. Plenty of cable thump when moving3.
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Sony Smart Headset Pro MW1 Review

YugaTech
26 July 2012
  • Summary: All in all, we wouldn’t think twice about purchasing the Smart Smart Headset Pro if we had the cash to burn, the sound quality is downright awesome and It’s a chore having to pull the humongous Galaxy Note out of our bags just to reply to text messages or answer calls and emails… even skipping tracks for example, so we need something like the MW1 to make simple tasks like these easier to execute.
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