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Sony MDRXB650BT/B Extra Bass Bluetooth Headphones, Black
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- •Connect and stream music easily with Bluetooth and NFC.Connectivity Technology: Wireless
- •Feel the powerful, clear sound of EXTRA BASS. Impedance is 24 ohms
- •Keep the music pumping with up to 30 hours of battery life
- •Listen in comfort and style with cushioned ear pads
- •Enjoy hands-free calls with a built-in mic
- NOTE: Refer the User Guide before use.
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Connect and stream music easily with Bluetooth and NFC
Enjoy easy, one-touch connectivity and music streaming with NFC. No NFC? No problem. Connect via Bluetooth and you’re ready to go.
Feel the power of Extra Bass
Made for today’s heavy-hitting bass lines and dropping beats, Extra Bass technology delivers powerful, clear bass sound where it’s hardest to find—in portable speakers and headphones. The result is a full, deep, resonating sound that’s perfect for EDM, Hip-Hop and other music. So push the button, crank it up and let the bass drop.
Keep the music pumping with long battery life
A four-hour charge gives you up to 30 hours of continuous playback—so you can keep on listening, track after track, mix after mix.
Listen in comfort and style
The self-adjusting headband and soft, cushioned ear cups offer the long-lasting comfort you need for listening to your favorite albums back-to-back. And they look good doing it, too.
Enjoy hands-free calls
A built-in button and mic on the headband enables you to take hands-free calls from selected smartphones while listening to music. Switch easily between songs and calls with no need to remove your headphones.
|Type||Extra Bass Noise Canceling Over-ear Premium||Extra Bass Over-ear Premium||Extra Bass In-ear Premium Sport||Extra Bass On-ear||Extra Bass In-ear||Extra Bass In-ear Sport|
|Battery Life||22 Hrs||18 Hrs||7 Hrs||30 Hrs||9 Hrs||8.5 Hrs|
|Driver Size||40 mm||40 mm||12 mm||30 mm||12 mm||12 mm|
|Water Resistant||No||No||Yes (IPX5)||No||Yes (IPX4)||No|
|Extra Bass On/Off||On/Off||On/Off||Always On||Always On||Always On||Always On|
|Headphone Companion App||Yes||Yes||No||No||No||No|
Sony MDRXB650BT/B Extra Bass Bluetooth Headphones, Black
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30 hours battery
NFC pairing (just hold your phone to the NFC sign and it will automatically connect to them every time, even if the headphones are off)
Great bluetooth range (can walk around my apartment and the connection does not suffer anywhere)
They sound really good. Better than my beats headphones.
No cons for me.
Now if you compare them to the XB950's there are some differences. I believe they both have their pros and cons.
The XB650s have these things over the XB950s:
Better design. These are much smaller and they don't look like huge earmuffs like the 950's.
30 hours battery life compared to the 20 hours on the XB950s.
Lighter in weight compared to the XB950s.
These actually tell you the battery level compared to the XB950s which you have to look at confusing light pulses.
Better balanced sound and still has a lot of bass.
The XB950s have these things over the XB650s:
It has an AUX port if you decide not to use bluetooth. The XB650s do not have an AUX port.
It has an "extra bass" button and the XB650s do not.
Sound is a tiny bit louder than the XB650s.
Overall I think the XB650s are better. The aux port that the 950s have is not a big deal to me because my laptop and phone have bluetooth. Also, the aux port on the 950's only work with that specific aux cable that it comes with. The headphones design makes it so that other aux cables will not be able to fit in the slot. The Extra bass boost button on the 950s are also not a big deal to me. The 950s without the bass boost already sound really bass heavy and the button is just overkill. And I like bass. I mostly listen to hiphop too so its not like I am a person listening to classical music. I do like that the 950s are a little bit louder. But its not a real big difference and definitely not enough of a difference for me to choose the 950s over the 650s. I would say that the 650s are bass heavy headphones and the 950s are a little bit too much even without the bass boost on. Overall, the smaller look, the longer battery life, the more balanced sound are all reasons why I chose the 650s over the 950s. And the 650s are 98 bucks right now on amazon. Definitely worth the money.
I've had the 950s for since around Christmas so about 5 months and they have been my main headphones until now that I got the 650s. I just really did not like how the 950s look like huge earmuffs on your head. They also felt heavy while wearing them. The 650s took care of these issues and are now my go to headphones.
The sound quality is pretty good. Not a Bose or Jaybird quality but better than most. Great battery life. I only have three problems.
1. The ear cups are small. They won't cover your ears at all. So if you want the cups to go around your ears va on them then get others.
2. I've had these for a while now. Probably 4+ months. The right ear piece broke today. Will need to get glue. Did not break from a fall just came off.
3. No battery indicator. If you press the power button you get a vague "Power lever" followed by either High, Medium or Low. Would have liked a time available indicator vs power level.
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