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Sony DR-BT50 Bluetooth Headphones

by Sony

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  • Compatible with Stereo Bluetooth devices (A2DP) such as mobile phones
  • Mobile phone headsert functionality with in-built microphone
  • Volume control and Skip tracks (FF/RW) on the headset
  • Complete cord free style
  • 40mm driver unit capable of reproducing vocal and instrumental sound with vivid clarity
  • 24bit DA converter for high quality sound
  • Luxury ear puds for comfortable fitting
  • Folder changing funtion for Walkman's connected with WLA-NWB
  • 17 hours continous playback time (600 hours on waiting time)
  • Full battery charging in approx. 2.5 hours


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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.4 x 18.3 x 9.9 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
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  • Item model number: DRBT50.CEK
  • ASIN: B000QIHV7Q
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 14 May 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

Over Band Type Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headset....

Manufacturer's Description

Over Band Type Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headset

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Customer Reviews

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By C Harvey on 24 Feb 2008
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I paired these up with my PDA for music, films and telephone hands free and it works fine, my main objective was to use with Yahoo Voice on my Laptop and I spent a whole day trying to get them to work eventually finding the reason why, it was not to do with the headphones but SKYPE, Skype is such a bad company, I have heard many reports of their software "grabbing" files for exclusive use which rendered all other software useless so once Skype was dumped I can make and receive calls from Yahoo and MSN seamlessly.
I found the quality of playback superb, such strong deep base, although I found mid to upper ranges constrained somewhat, that said it was just a case of tweaking a Graphics Equaliser to compensate, personally I prefer wireless non blue tooth to these and of course wired to wireless but neither of the latter connects to a phone so overall I am very pleased. There is no hiss or interference at all, I can venture into another room with only 1 wall between and still receive a perfect signal, but any more than that and the signal drops out.
Switches are a little fiddly that said most are anyway until you get used to them. I took these out of the box at 8.00am without charging them and listen to music and phone calls till 11.30pm and the batteries continued until that point where I called it a day. They are very comfortable to wear. And yes if I had to replace these I would buy another pair.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D Ranjan on 15 Dec 2008
I bought this item a couple of weeks ago. Now the reason I bought it was to use with my IPhone 3G and PS3 primarily. The bad news for me was that for both of these gagdets, it would only connect on a mono-aural level rather than stereo. So you cannot listen to your Ipod on your Iphone directly as it is although you can use it as a bluetooth headset for picking up phone calls. But lets face it, you are not going to wear these headphones all the while unless you are listening to music. Similarly for PS3, you can use it for chatting, but you will not be able to listen to music or watch movies with the sound streaming to your headphones. It is quite disappointing that advanced gadgets like the PS3 and Apple Iphone were not able to provide this useful feature. Same thing with my Blackberry (not the Storm. I havent tried that device)

However the above is not Sony and the headphones' fault. I used to have a Nokia N95 and I tried using the headphones with that phone and it worked like a treat. You can listen to the music and use it as a headset. The quality of music was better than my Senheiser PX 200 that I have been using in the past. The bass is deep and the over the ear pads are very comfortable for long lasting use. I have used this with my laptop as well and the result in terms of music quality is very high. Mind you, I am not an audiophile and I listen to music that has plenty of percussion instruments and guitar, and I feel that these headphones have done complete justice in reproducing the music.

So the reason this item gets 4 stars is not really due to any fault of its own but due to the fact that there are other gadgets that are not ready for this kind of technology. I suggest, you check the devices that you are going to pait it with on whether they will connect to these headphones in the manner you want.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Medway on 29 Aug 2008
Bought these to go with my laptop since I was fed up with wired headphones. If you're looking for the best audio quality then look at wired elsewhere; if like me you were looking for something that had a clear wireless signal, pretty good overall sound for listening to music and at reasonable cost then these are great. They're smaller than you may think, quick and easy to pair up with devices (I tested on ipaq and vaio no problem) and the price has come down recently too. A bargain for those seeking good bluetooth headphones to complement their laptop or other bluetooth enabled devices.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. Allison on 12 Dec 2007
I am using these headphones with a Sony K850i mobile phone to listen to music and the results are excellent. The range is very good and I can move around my flat without loss of signal.

I also use the headphones with my DELL Precison M90 laptop computers along with a Sitecom Bluetooth CN-512/521 v 2 interface and the results are extremely good to say the least
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By brom78 on 4 Feb 2009
I got these as I wanted freedom from cables whilst listening to music and movies on my laptop, and I thought the 2.4GHz of Bluetooth would give better results than other wireless types.

In my opinion the results are superior to even the most expensive wireless headphones I've auditioned. You do however need to have the latest 3.0+ Bluetooth Sink installed, the more powerful Bluetooth class of dongle transmitter, and remember to max all volumes on the PC and then control the headphone volume with the controls on the side of the DR-BT50.

Overall great bass, and fine top-end. Good for most music types.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By P. Jones on 19 Jan 2008
I got these head phones to use with my iPod. They're certainly very comfortable to wear, very snug fitting around the ears. For the most part sound reproduction is pretty good, no detectable hiss in quite music. The problem I have with these head phones though, and the reason I would mark them down heavily, is they can't cope very well at all with loud and heavy bass tones; the sound distorts terribly, and that's only when listening at a reasonably moderate volume level.

I wouldn't recommend these, but it may depend on exactly what you're planning on listening to with them. If pounding rhythms and meaty bass are your thing you'd best look elsewhere, if not these may work a treat for you.
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