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ergohacks.com
Reviewed on 2017-10-06
Whatever else I think we can all agree that Sony isn't the world's best at naming things. The Sony MDR-ZX770BN Noise Cancelling Headphones might fit well into a catalogue system but MDR-ZX770BN isn't exactly catchy. Thankfully the hardware makes a memorab...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-04-30
The Sony MDR-ZX770BN is a well-designed Bluetooth headphone, sounds good for the money, is comfortable to wear, and has active noise-cancellation with three ANC modes. It can be used as a wired headphone with the noise-canceling onDoesn't quite have the look and feel of a premium headphone; the three sound modes introduce more confusion than convenience
Over the last few years Sony's put out a number of wireless Bluetooth headphones, some better than others. For 2015 we get four new models -- the MDR-ZX770BN (reviewed here: $230, £129), MDR-ZX770BT ($150 -- US only), MDR-ZX330BT ($100, £69) and MDR-AS600...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-04-30
The Sony MDR-ZX770BN is a well-designed Bluetooth headphone, sounds good for the money, is comfortable to wear, and has active noise-cancellation with three ANC modes. It can be used as a wired headphone with the noise-canceling onDoesn't quite have the look and feel of a premium headphone; the three sound modes introduce more confusion than convenience
Over the last few years Sony's put out a number of wireless Bluetooth headphones, some better than others. For 2015 we get four new models -- the MDR-ZX770BN (reviewed here: $230, £129), MDR-ZX770BT ($150 -- US only), MDR-ZX330BT ($100, £69) and MDR-AS600...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-29
The Sony MDR-ZX770BN is a well-designed Bluetooth headphone, sounds good for the money, is comfortable to wear, and has active noise-cancellation with three ANC modes. It can be used as a wired headphone with the noise-canceling onDoesn't quite have the look and feel of a premium headphone, the three sound modes introduce more confusion than convenience
Over the last few years Sony's put out a number of wireless Bluetooth headphones, some better than others. For 2015 we get four new models -- the MDR-ZX770BN (reviewed here: $230, £129), MDR-ZX770BT ($150 -- US only), MDR-ZX330BT ($100, £69) and MDR-AS600...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-17
Balance, clean audio, Good active noise cancelling, Long Bluetooth range, Easy to use controlsCould be louder in most cases, Calls sound muffled and distant
It's no secret that Sony knows how to make a good pair of headphones. Such is the case with the $229 MDR-ZX770BN. These wireless noise-cancelling cans prove that you might not be able to have it all, but you can come pretty close. Sporting an unassuming d...
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