Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Headphone Review:Sony MDR-XB950B1an Extra Bass Wireless Bluetooth Headphone

According to the packaging, this headset is designed to be used with smartphones, and that’s how it is used the most, paired wirelessly.



Read on to know more about whether or not the Sony MDR-XB950B1 is worth your time and money.

Wearing it around your neck while on the move is hugely uncomfortable though - either put it on, or slip it into your bag, if you know what's good for you.

The Sony MDR-XB950B1 promises 18 hours of runtime after a 4-hour charge. There's also an included audio cable that you can use if the battery runs out. Each driver is 40mm in size, and the frequency range is rated at 3Hz to 28,000Hz. Weighing in at 281g, this isn’t the lightest pair of headphones, but as we stated above, it feels comfortable enough. How it sounds is, well, a little more complicated.



The secret to enjoying and maximizing the potential of this headphone,is the companion app, with its equaliser.Which gives you a chance to actually make the MDR-XB950B1 sound good. You can set the amount of bass boost, and it's a control you'll be playing around with a lot to find the sweet spot for the songs you're listening to. Surround sound settings can be tweaked as well. If there had been at least a
few presets that you could change directly from the headphones it would have made this product a lot more versatile, but this is better than nothing, we guess.


General Specifications and Features


If you love trying out new headphones and want somethingwhat really stands out aurally, then this is certainly an interesting option.


Price (MRP): Rs. 13,990

•Bass Effect.               Great
 
•Frequency Range     3Hz to 28,000Hz

•Weight.             281g

•Drivers Size.           40mm


Attractive and Impressive Features

•EQ is actually useful

•Stands out aurally

•Comfortable and sturdy


Unimpressive Features

•Expensive

•Bulky,it doesn't folds

•Requires EQ alot


If you're investing in your first pair of earphones outside the entry level, then this isn't the all-rounder you need to buy right now.Buying this headphone is at your own risk.

But I do believe this headphone will be very helpful to musicians and bass players or what do you think.

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