- Size (LWH): 5 inches, 2 inches, 3 inches
- Weight: 1.6 ounces
Sony 1262-3330 Smart Headset with SmartKey Control Wired - Retail Packaging - Black
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- Great sound in comfort
- Do more with SmartKey control
- Flat, tangle-free cable with 3.5 mm jack
- Find and control apps with SmartKey
- Includes: Earbuds: 4 different sizes in 2 color sets of white and orange
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm glad to say that these are exactly the headphones that I was looking for. Unlike the 'made for iPhone' headphones, all buttons (volume up, volume down, pause/play/call) on the remote work flawlessly with my Galaxy S 3 (albeit the SmartKey which seems to be reserved for Sony phones.) I previously had a Klipsch S5i, and only the play/pause would work on my Galaxy Nexus, but would refuse to work at all with my Galaxy S 3.
The sound quality is very good as well. I get a good balance of highs and lows, with the base leaning more towards neutral. I also like that is has flat cables so I don't worry about having to untangle them all the time.
The only thing I could see being improved is the remote/mic placement. It would have been better if it was placed further down.
Definitely recommend this to all Android users.
Pros: Hard hitting bass, with very good sub-bass extension. Pleasing mid range and very good extension to treble. Expansive sound stage. Musical/ "fun" sound signature and seems to cope with any genre with aplomb. Quality build/ feel. Incredible value for such "audio hobbyist/ phile" sound.
Cons: Decent sensitivity/impedance, but requires amplification to really make it shine (Should be experienced!). Minimal cable microphonics if worn the intended way.
I have owned top-tier IEMS such as the TF10, the Radius DDM and ATH M50 are my daily use for portable listening and have sampled other budget offerings from manufacturers like Sennheiser/ MEE and JVC. This particular IEM offers stunning sound quality, more when you consider its intended purpose and bulk price package. It has yet to see usage on a compatible phone, and this is a post 12 hour burn-in impression but from the looks of it I'm sure it can get only better! That said, YMMV.
I have gone through one pair so far in about three years--they hold up much better than most in-ear headphones I have tried. Their weak point appears to be the strain relief near the connector, which can eventually be the location of a short from one too many falls of a music player from one’s pocket while connected. I suppose their weak point would be weaker without the strain relief, but could also be stronger with an improved strain relief design.
I believe they are very intelligently designed wear-wise. When I wear them as they are supposed to be worn, and run the cable under my shirt, the microphone is situated very close to my mouth and therefore in an ideal location for talking, and stays in place there because the reinforced section where the cable splits hooks onto my shirt collar. The cable produces very little cord noise/feedback, especially when it is run under a shirt, and is tangle-free. Also, I think the cable design prevents strain on the connection between the cable and monitors when worn under a shirt, since hooking the reinforced section where the cable splits on a shirt collar prevents strain on the cable sections connected to the monitors.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For the price I paid for this, I was expecting a cheap feel from this, but it actually surpass my expectation. totally buying this again for other people!Published 24 months ago by Habyan Adzano
First off, these are asymmetrical earbuds, which I did not learn from any of my researching of the product. Read morePublished on February 4, 2014 by Ben
I was sick of my earbuds breaking, so I decided to spend a little extra on a pair that had been rated well in regards to durability. Read morePublished on October 27, 2013 by Grace Roberts
the quality is good (it feels expensive) but the way the two cords from the ear come together is awkward. it hangs to one side, feeling heavier in one ear. Read morePublished on July 20, 2013 by Salman S