Sony's PlayStation Vita, previously codenamed "Next Generation Portable", is the successor to the PlayStation Portable hardware series. Vita retains the familiar general form of the PlayStation Portable hardware series while dramatically improving on virtually every aspect of its use with powerful and exciting new features including: dual touch pads at the front and rear, dual...
A genuine product of Sony Japan. In a Japanese retail package.
Built to fuel your music, these cush Marqii headphones feature 40mm drivers for powerful bass and supreme sound. A padded headband keeps the comfort and an adjustable headband locks in place. Powerful sound; Locking headband; Cush feel; Detachable cord. Ear Cups : Closed, Dynamic (supra-aural); Design : Over-the-head; Plug : Gold-plated L-shaped stereo mini; Cord Length (Approx.) : 3.9 ft.;...
“Good headphones for the price. Sound like the sound magic e10 with slightly more bass and more distant sound stage with muddier treble. Cord seems flimsy, but all in all decent sound reproduction for the price. Sounds good with rock, classical, and edm. Slightly bass heavy for my liking ” --astone
Sony MH1C Smart Headset for Sony Xperia S / P / Arc / Arc S / Ion / Neo / NXT / Play Mobile Phones with SmartKey Control - Black
“I got these sony buds for around $30 from ebay. I like bassy and warm sound, so I guess bass quantity is good. Treble is nicly tuned and clear, not sibilant. Mids are rolled off a little. But these sony buds are horrible when it comes to using them, bcz if are wearing these while walking or workout, you to readjust them every 10 secs to get good seal. Also one would not get optimum results from...” --shahkhan
“ These earphones are massively comfortable and clarity and soundstage is amazing for its price (but im not a total expert on IEM's so maybe there's something better out there). Best used for people that want clarity and listens to rock, acoustic, EDM, classical, live etc for the best experience. Not that great to those who love dubstep, etc. Bass goes a bit muffled at first, but...” --Ezio
“ These in-ear clip-style earphones are great for working out. They have decent sound, but like many consumer-oriented 'buds, over-emphasize the bass at the sake of the mids. Trebles are pretty good. I use these headphones out and about, and exercising as the clips are really handy for keeping on. However, since the clips are replaceable and removable, one can use them as regular IEMs as...” --jackgopack4
“I got the XBA-40 almost a year ago. So I've been listening to these for a while now and know well the limitations and string points of these headphones. With that said, this is my first review and not have had very much experience with headphones so far. My only other headphone that I've bought with audiophilia in mind was a pair of Sony's too. The XBA-1(exercise versions), which i had a very...” --Deeman
“ These were actually supplied with a Sony X-Series Walkman, which has built in cancelling. The headphones themselves have little mics on the back, and this is fed to the Walkman using an ordinary headset plug like you'd expect a handsfree kit to have. To be honest I've never found the noise cancelling feature to be useful, and even if I did, any headset with a mic in it would be a better...” --BBBS
Reducing outside noise for high-intensity listening, the MDR-EX71SL is Sony's first closed type Fontopia Design Bud Style Headphones. Hear the powerful, resonant bass response. Additional features include a super-light in-the-ear design, new, super-small 9 mm drivers which are ultra-compact drivers that produce powerful sound with space left over for the sonic isolation of the...