Guys, I'll start right away with a comment:
I waited for the headphones for a long time, read reviews, watched reviews and they are very different.
Audiophiles talk about $100 mediocre sound
Tech bloggers praise for functionality
But to be honest, I bought headphones primarily to listen to music and I want to say that the sound quality is really mediocre, well, that is, the bass is of course very powerful, and the highs seem to be good, there is a middle, there is even a stage, but the sound is very soapy, as if in low resolution, hissing so cold, like on headphones bought in an underground passage for 100.
I repeat the scene is there, but some instruments are heard from afar, very quietly and not clearly.
In fairness, I confess that I love a detailed warm sound, I love when subtleties are played out in my favorite music, unfortunately this is not here.
The sound is deaf and not elastic.
Before that, I had JBL Club One headphones, but after the girl broke them into pieces, I chose these and was honestly disappointed.
In JBL Club One, the sound was warmer, cleaner, it was elastic, detailed and sonorous (although after warming up, I am writing this review after listening to the new Sony one evening, maybe I will correct the review if these warm up too).
But even in the off state, JBL played much better, although with the same features they cost half the price.
My verdict is this: Sony is not worth the money, you can choose headphones with a cleaner and better sound for the money, and most likely there will still be noise-canceling earplugs for outdoor and sports.
Perhaps my conclusions are incorrect, but this is my subjective opinion. Sonya will sell
I will attach a photo of the broken JBL Club One as proof that this is not a purchased JBL review