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Sony has always been well known for its audio products. From the first Walkman to today’s Hi-Fi music players, the company have been instrumental role in the audio industry.

Regards of how good the company and its products are, they still face competition from rivals such as JBL, Bose and others. Sony recently launched the MDR-XB50BS, a new set of in-ear headphones aimed specifically at sports enthusiasts. 
 
As the item was put to test, it was discovered that size was a problem when it stays in the ears for a longer time. Being Bluetooth capable, there is no hassle of audio jacks and tangling cables either.
 

 
This device comes with a set of four different size ear tips. The smallest one in the set was most comfortable to use, so this possibly will solve the size problem.  The MDR-XB50BS has a rubberized flat-finish cable, which can easily be used.
 
But about the design, the right earpiece has 3buttons – Volume up, and down, and Power/Pause button, along with the micro-USB charging port on the underside.  Device has a built-in microphone for hands free calling, and the lightweight makes it easily portable.



As far as Performance goes, it is a simple affair to pair the MDR-XB50BS, as they are easily detected by other devices.  Because there is no multi–device connectivity, you will have reset these headphones every time you need to connect them to another device. 
 
The built-in mic works well on calls and audio out, and the audio quality is very impressive. With 12mm high–performance drivers and frequency response of 4Hz-24 KHz, the in–ear headphones manage to deliver a balanced sound. In addition, the noise cancellation and treble were also praiseworthy.  The built-in rechargeable battery was checked too, and it takes only an hour to get charged and lasts around eight hours, which is good as well. 
 
 
 
Therefore, if you are going to buy a pair of well–rounded wireless in-ear headphones, this might be the one you could enjoy it.





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