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Sony MDR-10RBT

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1020 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the portability and price are overall positive. The usability and comfort are also mentioned favorably.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Sony MDR-10RBT is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : David Carnoy (cnet.co.uk)

Sony MDR10RBT review

 

Beats currently makes one full-size wireless headphone, the Beats Studio Wireless . Sony, on the other hand, has a few different models to choose from, including the newly announced MDR-XB950BT and NWZ-WS613 . Herein, we're focusing on the MDR-10RBT, a...

The Sony MDR-10RBT is a well-designed Bluetooth headphone, sounds good for the money, and is comfortable to wear. Battery life is rated at a solid 17 hours and the headphones come with a carrying case.

While the transport controls are well-placed and easy to operate, they're a little prone to accidental button pushes.

The Sony MDR-10RBT gets you about 75 percent of the way to the Beats Studio Wireless for a lot less money.

Sep, 2014

Expert review by : David Carnoy (cnet.com)

Sony MDR10RBT review

 

Beats currently makes one full-size wireless headphone, the Beats Studio Wireless . Sony, on the other hand, has a few different models to choose from, including the newly announced MDR-XB950BT and NWZ-WS613 . Herein, we're focusing on the MDR-10RBT, a...

The Sony MDR-10RBT is a well-designed Bluetooth headphone, sounds good for the money, and is comfortable to wear. Battery life is rated at a solid 17 hours and the headphones come with a carrying case.

While the transport controls are well-placed and easy to operate, they're a little prone to accidental button pushes.

The Sony MDR-10RBT gets you about 75 percent of the way to the Beats Studio Wireless for a lot less money.

Sep, 2014

Expert review by : David Carnoy (cnet.com.au)

Sony MDR-10RBT: Wireless Bluetooth headphone that's a better deal than Beats (review)

 

Beats currently makes one full-size wireless headphone, the Beats Studio Wireless. Sony, on the other hand, has a few different models to choose from, including the newly announced MDR-XB950BT and NWZ-WS613. Herein, we're focusing on the MDR-10RBT, a...

The Sony MDR-10RBT is a well-designed Bluetooth headphone, sounds good for the money, and is comfortable to wear. Battery life is rated at a solid 17 hours and the headphones come with a carrying case

While the transport controls are well-placed and easy to operate, they're a little prone to accidental button pushes

The Sony MDR-10RBT gets you about 75 percent of the way to the Beats Studio Wireless for a lot less money.

Sep, 2014

Expert review by : Jason Million (gstylemag.com)

Sony MDR10RBT Wireless Bluetooth Headphones [Review]

 

The last pair of headphones I checked out from Sony was the MDR-ZX750BN and while they packed a ton of features for its nice price point design wise I felt they could have used a bit more. Maybe Sony heard my prayers because they seemed to make some...

I’m actually more a fan of these then I expected. The simple but cool design, great sound and excellent added features. They feel like they were really put together nicely and the fact they are lightweight makes them even better. Only thing I really...

Dec, 2014

Expert review by : Anthony Caruana (macworld.com.au)

Sony MDR-10RBT

 

Once we'd set the Sony MDR-10RBTs up – the pairing process was very easy – we were able to listen to our tunes. In addition to the Bluetooth connectivity we tested, Sony has added NFC (near field communication) connectivity to the Sony MDR-10RBT...

Sound quality

Lack of padding

Sony, arguably, created the idea of high- quality portable headphones when it launched the Walkman back in the late 70s. And the Sony MDR- 10RBT wireless headphones hit the spot for portable entertainment buffs.

Jul, 2014

Expert review by : Sanjiv Sathiah (macnn.com)

Review: Sony MDR-10RBT Bluetooth Headphones

 

Sony adds MDR-10 series to its expanding premium headphone portfolio

Excellent audio qualilty- Great battery life- Lightweight, comfortable design- Support for aptX- Support for High-Res Audio

No S-Master Amp- Not as luxurious as Sony's MDR1-RBTs- aptX support on smartphones limited

With the rise of the premium headphone market over the past few years, Sony has been quietly ramping up its headphone range to meet the increased demand for a high quality audio experience. The latest addition to its high-end audio range is its new M

Jan, 2014

Expert review by : Sanjiv Sathiah (electronista.com)

Review: Sony MDR-10RBT Bluetooth Headphones

 

Sony adds MDR-10 series to its expanding premium headphone portfolio

Excellent audio qualilty- Great battery life- Lightweight, comfortable design- Support for aptX- Support for High-Res Audio

No S-Master Amp- Not as luxurious as Sony's MDR1-RBTs- aptX support on smartphones limited

Jan, 2014

Consumer review (argos.co.uk)

Not what I ordered

 

" Pros- good price, prompt delivery Cons - Wrong headphones Managed to get refund. "

Jul, 2016

Consumer review (argos.co.uk)

Fantastic Headphones

 

" Purchased these's to replace old headphones. I am a sound engineer and these headphones have a brilliant tonal quality across the sound spectrum ie the bass is just right, vocals clear, and the highs perfect. So I would definitely recommend these...

May, 2016

Consumer review (argos.co.uk)

Good price and delivers..

 

" No fan fair or cool urban style. Clean looking functions really well.. I use it all day at work ti block out the office chatter. + Long battery life Easy to connect Decent sound, a little leaking but only on virtually full blast which you don't...

May, 2016