Sony MDR-1000X, the true competitor of the Bose QuietComfort 35!
The Sony MDR 1000X has it all. This new wireless headphone with Noise Reducer can shade the Bose QuietComfort 35 and tell you why!
After Apple has decided to remove the jack from his iPhone 7, Bluetooth is more “hype” than ever. The wireless headsets have (re) become trendy. And this type of equipment continues to develop, like the MDR-1000X from Sony which rivals the famous Bose QuietComfort 35. In addition to its well-designed design, the new helmet of the Japanese manufacturer mixes, with Brio, robustness, lightness and flexibility. Equipped with thick pads, the MDR-1000X (which is available in beige and black colors) easily adapts to all body types . But it’s probably its noise reducer, simple to use and effective, which really impressed us.
The Sony MDR-1000X delivers high battery life (more than 24 hours) and a highly efficient outdoor noise reduction system, especially in public transit. His listening outside without noise reduction function is really cool and the ability to control the music is via a touch area on the helmet has a magical thing. In short, everything is good to justify buying this headset noise reduction . Only black dot for this headphone that officially costs 400 euros, the lack of treble and an application to control the sound from the smartphone. Let me now compare it to the Bose QuietComfort 35 …
Unlike the MDR-1000x, noise reduction can not be disabled on the Bose QC35. Level of comfort, the helmet of Sony has nothing to envy that of Bose. At meltyStyle, we just regret that its pads are not removable. In summary, the MDR -1000X is a great Bluetooth headset with good sound quality and excellent battery . If its features are enough to overshadow the Bose QuietComfort 35, its higher price (400 euros against 380 for the Bose headphones) is a barrier to purchase. Hopefully Sony will see it again soon!