Sony MDR-XB650BT Reviews

Sony MDR-XB650BT
$145.45 - $338.57 from 22 retailers
Expert Reviews: 
 3.6
User Reviews: 
 4.4
 
 
Verdict: Sony is one of the most recognized consumer electronics brands on the planet. Their headphone line ranges from inexpensive everyday headphones to top of the line noise cancelling headphones with premium sound. One of Sony's latest creations is the MDR-XB650BT headphone.

Read full review at Major HiFi
1 year ago
Major HiFi
 

Sony MDR-XB650BT

 
3.0
Pros: Excellent battery life, NFC and aptX, Comfy
Cons: Poor-quality bass, Not great for exercise use
Verdict: The Sony MDR-XB650BT are sensibly priced wireless headphones that are part of Sony's "Xtra Bass" range. It's the Sony equivalent to Beats, but its pairs tend to sell at a lower price. This isn't really enough to satisfy in such a crowded market.

Read full review at TrustedReviews
1 year ago
TrustedReviews
 

Sony Bluetooth Headphones (MDR-XB650BT) Review

Verdict: I listen to a lot of podcasts and music at the day job. I've been using the same wired earbuds for years but my recent purchase of a Moto Z has led me to reevaluate things. Of course, I could just continue using the same earbuds with a 3.5mm>USB-C adapter but what's the fun in that?
2 years ago
Pocketables
 

Sony MDR-XB650BT Bluetooth Headset Quick Review

Verdict: The MDR series of Sony has been well respected and it's general term – "Music Deserves Respect" has been famous due to the introduction of the MDR-1R. Today we have the Sony MDR-XB650BT – Bluetooth Headset which Sony hopes to entice the average consumer with wireless listening and comfort.

Read full review at YugaTech
2 years ago
YugaTech
 

Sony EXTRA BASS XB650BT for bass-addicted – hands-on review

Verdict: For those that love bass, not just any headphones will do. These lovers of bass would want to hear something like a subwoofer when wearing headphones, and the Sony EXTRA BASS lineup would suit you just fine.

Read full review at product-reviews.net
2 years ago
product-reviews.net
 
 
4.0
Verdict: Sony has always been a pioneer when it comes to music. And the latest addition to its MDR range, the MDRXB650BT headphones, do its reputation no harm at all. We have seen many Bluetooth headsets but this one from the company is certainly eye catching for those who are looking for a stylish headset.
2 years ago
mymobile.co.in
 
Pros: Comfortable, Excellent audio, Long battery life
Cons: Can get warm, Bass overpowering at times
Verdict: Comfortable, good audio, great battery life, and no wires – this is the ideal travel companion for when you need your music fix on the go.

Read full review at chip.com.my
2 years ago
chip.com.my
 
Pros: Heavy bass, Amazing on-battery runtime, High fidelity microphone, NFC one-touch pairing
Cons: Bass can become overpowering, No optional wired playback
Verdict: Not a lot of good options are available when I go out looking for some branded, good looking wireless headphones. When Sony MDR-XB650BT arrived for review I said to myself – if these sound good, their overnight success is guaranteed!

Read full review at techmagnifier.com
2 years ago
techmagnifier.com
 

Sony MDR-XB650BT

 
4.0
Pros: Massive bass response. No distortion at top volume levels. Decent clarity in highs. Exceptionally comfortable
Cons: Bass is way too dialed-up to be accurate. No way to listen passively via an audio cable. No protective pouch
Verdict: The Sony MDR-XB650BT is marketed as an "extra bass" headphone pair, and that's exactly what you get-along with a very comfy build. Booming bass fiends will absolutely love these while purists (or even those who really like bass but also want some general balance delivered in the mix) will not be...

Read full review at PC Magazine
2 years ago
PC Magazine
 

Sony MDR-XB650BT

 
3.4
Pros: Decent audio balance, Powerful audio delivery, Big, booming bass
Cons: Audio lacks warmth and tightness, Uncomfortable in extended wear, Buttons are difficult to operate
Verdict: The Sony MDR-XB650BT is a decent pair of headphones, and delivers decently-balanced yet powerful audio delivery. The bass bias does sound jarring in certain areas, but for the most part, it succeeds in pleasing you with the audio.

Read full review at Digit
3 years ago
Digit
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