Sony

Broad-based conglomerate with solutions for all

The Japanese conglomerate offers headphones for virtually all areas. HiFi enthusiasts in particular will find what they are looking for at Sony, but Sony headphones can also be found in the DJ sector and music studio. As the inventor of mobile listening through the Walkman in the 1980s, Sony is also very broadly positioned for listening on the move.

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The latest reviews: Sony

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 3 months ago

Sony LinkBuds WF-L900

Unusual True-Wireless headphones with an open design and interesting comfort functions

Sony is breaking new, thoroughly exciting ground with the LinkBuds WF-L900: smart True-Wireless headphones that aim to integrate themselves deeply into our everyday lives. With their open design and automatic functions, mere music consumption is only one aspect of the concept.

3.6

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 3 months ago

Sony WF-C500

Affordable True Wireless in-ears with Bluetooth 5.0

With the WF-C500, Sony offers True Wireless in-ears that, with a recommended price of 79 euros, see themselves as a classic consumer device and are available in several fashionable colours. The sound quality meets the requirements for everyday mobile use with a high level of...

3.4

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 3 months ago

Sony WH-XB910N

Bass-powerful Bluetooth over-ears with noise-cancelling and LDAC

Sony's WH-XB910N rely on a powerful bass boost and effective noise cancelling. They may not be an analytical genius, but they are a comfortable and fairly flexible accessory for everyday mobile use; they can really let rip when needed and are currently available at a...

3.9

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 11 months ago

Sony WF-1000XM4

True wireless headphones with ANC and lavish features

With their previous model WF-1000XM3, Sony already offered one of the most comfortable True Wireless in-ear models. Now in its fourth generation, the popular device has undergone a general overhaul - both internally and externally. Is the upgrade worth it?

4.5

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 2 years ago

Sony WH-1000XM4

Lavishly appointed over-ear headphones with noise cancelling, Bluetooth and LDAC

The successor to the Sony WH-1000XM3 from 2018, one of the most popular over-ear headphones with noise-cancelling ever, has been eagerly awaited. Sony already conquered and successfully defended a top position in the market since the introduction of this product series in 2017 (MDR-1000). Accordingly,...

4.3

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 2 years ago

Sony WI-1000XM2

Neckband headphones with noise-cancelling and LDAC

Sony is well established as a top supplier in the field of portable headphones, especially when it comes to noise cancelling. Of course, this also includes the continuing development of their models. For example, the in-ear Bluetooth neckband headphones WI-1000X receive an update and become...

4

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 2 years ago

Sony WF-1000XM3

True Wireless in-ear headphones with adaptive noise cancelling

With the WF-1000X, Sony was already playing at the top of the True Wireless league over two years ago. Now the manufacturer is sending a fresh player out onto the highly competitive playing field with this new second version.

4.3

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 3 years ago

Sony WH-1000XM3

Over-ear Noise Cancelling Headphones

With release the WH-1000 series of noise-cancelling headphones, Sony has secured a leading position in the market since early 2017. An updated version can be anticipated from the manufacturer almost every year. The latest to look forward to: the WH-1000XM3.

4.6

TV by Mark Ziebarth 4 years ago

Sony MDR-RF895RK

Wireless Headphones for Lounge Listening

Above all else, those looking for wireless headphones to use with their television sets are searching for uninterrupted enjoyment of their media. With the MDR-RF895RK, Sony aims to guarantee just this. Do they deliver? Well, let’s run through the review.

3.5

Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 4 years ago

Sony WH-1000XM2

Over-ear headphones with Bluetooth and adaptive noise-cancelling

Ever since the MDR-1000X, Sony has stood alongside Bose and Sennheiser at the forefront of noise-cancelling headphones. Now, the Japanese manufacturer wants to raise the bar even further with the WH-1000XM2.

4.9
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