Sony MDR-1000X Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Sony MDR-1000X Specs

Release Date in Singapore
Model1000X Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones
DateSep 2016
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired & Wireless
3.5 mm connectorYes
Connector contacts platingGold
Microphone typeBuilt-in
Ear couplingCircumaural
Headphone frequency4 - 40000 Hz
Impedance46 Ω
Acoustic systemClosed
Headphone sensitivity103 dB
Magnet typeNeodymium
Driver unit4 cm
Driver typeDynamic
Product typeHeadset
Wearing styleHead-band
Recommended usageCalls & Music
Product colourBlack
Headset typeBinaural
Cable length1.5 m
Detachable cableYes

Reviews of Sony MDR-1000X
Reviewed on 2017-05-20
As flagship smartphones now come without a headphone jack, wireless headphones are starting to become an essential purchase. However, it is not easy to find a piece well-built and good performing set of headphones in the market, as most of this audiophile...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-11
Great battery life, effortlessly meets the stated reading. Great noisecancelling with more emphasis on midrange frequencies. Smart noisecancelling features that make sense and are intuitive to use. Automatically optimises sound quality to fit the person...
Laidback and rounded midrange coloration may not suit everyone's listening preferences. Headphones cannot operate as a standalone noisecanceller, but must be tethered to a device
In the face of Bose' dominance in consumer noise-cancelling, Sony staked their claim to the crown by unleashing the new MDR-1000X Noise-Cancelling Headphones. it is reputed to be their best noise-canceller, right up there with big names like Bose and Senn...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-19
This year has been a good one for music lovers looking to pick up a pair of solid noise-cancelling headphones, as audio-equipment manufacturers are pushing out feature-packed and wireless-capable headphones at reasonable prices.Sony's MDR-1000X headphones...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-02
Sony has been working on noise-cancelling headsets for a while now, but so far the “king” of such headsets has remained the Bose QuietComforts. That's something that may soon change though, as Sony's latest headset - the MDR-1000X - is said to offer their...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-02
Sony mdr-1000x review – Noise-cancelling over-ear headphones – Recommended – 5/5These headphones don't have the best ANC tech, but their sound quality is peerlessSONY'S OVER-EAR headphone range stretches from the MDR-ZX310 right up to the ludicrously...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-07
Great sound quality, great noise cancellation,
Expensive, touch sensitive controls can be a bit finicky
The Sony MDR1000X provided the most effective noise cancellation in our testing. This makes it our Top Pick for those that want to go to a noisy cafe or crowded museum and have all of the ambient noise fade away. Performance Comparison The Sony MDR1000...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-29
In recent years, the name Bose has become synonymous with active noise cancellation. The QuietComfort series possessed nearly unparalleled quality in noise cancellation technology. However, a new contender has emerged boasting superior ANC and other featu...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-22
It's time for the ultimate showdown between two of the most highly-rated active noise-cancelling releases in the past few months. Differing in build, similar in features, but what about the sound? More info is here in our Sony MDR-1000X vs Sennheiser PXC...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-12
Everything about the 1000X is geared towards portability. In the box is a semi-rigid travel case, airplane adapter, 3.5mm cable, and charging cable. Its cups swivel and fold; it collapses to be literally as small as possible. Despite what we assume is a s...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-05
For the first time last year, wireless headphone sales exceeded that of wired headphone sales. The trend started in ernest about three years ago, and we're currently in the "hold on to your hat, this thing is exploding" part of the growth curve.The big ma...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-30
Okay, lets get one thing right out of the way: American audio brand Bose has been making the best active noise cancelling (NC) headphones for a long time now. Bose's latest – the QC 35 – is a pair of wireless headphones that also come with the trademark N...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-13
Exceedingly comfortable, Noise canceling doesn't get any better, Long battery life, Great sound quality for Bluetooth headphones
Fiddly touch controls, Materials are sturdy, but underwhelming for $400, MicroUSB charging is so very 2016
I had almost given up hope.In my eight years of reviewing technology, I've been through the ups of anticipating the next Sony device and the downs of actually using it so many times that I didn't think I'd ever get to write about a Sony product that was u...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-19
Excellent noise cancellation, Clever environmental awareness modes, Sony's LDAC streams hi-res audio over Bluetooth with compatible source
Sound lacks sparkle in the highs and presence in low mids, Muddy sound in passive mode, Heavy build can get fatiguing over long periods
For several years, Bose has reigned supreme in the world of active noise cancellation. Sony is hoping to change that with the MDR1000X, their most advanced active noise cancelling (ANC) headphones to date. If the quality of noise cancelling is all that ma...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-15
Whenever someone asked me which headphones offer the best active noise cancelling (ANC), most people, myself included, would quickly recommend Bose QuietComfort (QC) series. They are pretty much unbeatable. After reviewing the Sony MDR-1000X, I think I mi...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-30
Great ANC, Sound quality, Battery life
Price, Known creaking issues
Earlier this year we took a look at the Sony H.ear On Wireless NC, and though many people were saying they were better than the Bose QC35s in every way, I was a little skeptical. Something about them just didn't make them a clear winner to me. Since then...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-24
Sony makes no bones about going after Bose. In fact, when the company first showed off its product in the lead up to IFA this summer, it said as much, acknowledging that the QuietComfort line is largely considered the gold standard for noise-cancelling tr...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-22
The Sony MDR-1000X is an excellent-sounding, comfortable wireless headphone with effective noise-canceling that measures up to Bose's for muffling ambient noise. It has good battery life and some nifty extra features geared toward frequent travelers
Not great as a headset, its adaptive noise-canceling is too noticeable at times
When it comes to noise-canceling headphones -- those models that actively block outside noise like airline engines -- Bose is generally considered the gold standard, but Sony's engineers have been on a mission to beat Bose at what it does best.The result...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-20
Unrivaled noise canceling, Exceptional sound for wireless, Multiple audio codec support, Solid design and touch controls,
Comfy, but not Bose-comfy, Lacks dynamic multiple device switching, Longer charge time than other cans, $50 more expensive than Bose QC35
The wireless headphone market has been shaken up so much recently that it's hard to know where to begin when a new entry appears on the stage and announces itself as the next big thing. Fortunately this latest Bluetooth offering from Sony is targeting...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-10
Excellent noise cancellation across a range of radically different environments, Sleek, touch-sensitive gesture control pad, Light, compact, and comfortable
Surprisingly sub-par wired performance, Ambient sound modes are practical, not perfect, Noise cancellation effectiveness varies by context
Sony is a respected brand in the mainstream headphone market, and deservedly so. But ask the average consumer about noise-cancelling headphones and they're apt to mention a different brand: Bose. And deservedly so—even if only because of the company's rel...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-23
Powerful audio performance with rich lows and strong clarity in the highs, Can be used passively with included audio cable, Noise cancellation is independent of wireless functionality, Ambient mics work quite well, Functional, comfortable design
Expensive, Noise cancellation is good, but not great, Included audio cable lacks inline remote
We're seeing more and more solid wireless headphones that also include decent-to-very good noise cancellation. But with Bose finally adding Bluetooth to its excellent QuietComfort lineup, good isn't enough. At $399, the Sony MDR-1000X gets many things rig...
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