Gadget – Sony MDR-1000X

Presented at the IFA in September 2016, these Sony headphones appeared to be promising, full of functions to make life easier and to be isolated in music, but without…
Presented at the IFA in September 2016, these Sony headphones appeared to be promising, full of functions to make life easier and to be isolated in music, but not completely isolated from the world.Spoiler alert: they seemed and came to confirm itself as a good bet.
With Bluetooth, NFC and the usual noise cancellation in the most advanced models of the audio range, Sony maintained the already well-known hæar on Wireless NC design but reduced the color gamut and gave them some contrasting details with differences also in material, with skin coating.
These MDR-1000X are compatible with high-resolution audio, also something usual.From the right side of the headphones, you’ll be able to control all the functions with ringing tones, from pausing music (two rings), forwarding tracks (sliding forward) or controlling the volume (up or down) – even though the response time could be a bit smaller to achieve perfection.The functionality that conquers most is even the question of being able to put your hand on the right side, in a shell, and the headphones automatically lower the volume.The idea is that it is possible to have a conversation, for example, without having to withdraw them.Where do these boys lose points?At the price, of course.