- convenient and reliable location;
- high-quality materials;
- moisture resistance;
- lack of wires;
- pleasant sound mid and high frequencies.
- lack of bass;
- inconvenient control;
- periodically lose contact with the player or smartphone.
According to the manufacturer – Sony – the miniature sports earbuds MDR-AS800BT with Bluetooth support is an innovative development designed to maximize the comfort of athletes when practicing outdoors, even in the rain, thanks to a waterproof case and the absence of wires from the phone to the device. The idea is excellent, implemented with dignity, but with one weak point – a very reluctant operating button on the headset.
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- Sound quality
A robust case of ear pads with a button and solid lining of cords, nozzles extending at an angle and strong arms – all this pleases the eye, but it seems rather bulky. Nevertheless, the AS800BT is perfectly fixed on the ears not only with strong arms, but also due to the special shape of the acoustic channel. In addition, the design makes it possible to fix the headphones both directly on the neck and behind the ears, which allows you to completely not worry that they may fall out.The model also has waterproof properties, MDR-AS800BT is not at all afraid of moisture. The design is made in a futuristic style in three color options: white, black and blue. AS800BT does not need cables and connectors for connection – just have the included device with Bluetooth support. AS800BTs are equipped with a battery that lasts for more than 4 hours of continuous operation. In general, from this side the Sony MDR-AS800BT show solid advantages and convincingly prove that they are worthy of their price.
An ambiguous element in the design of the wireless MDR-AS800BT for many users is the button to switch the volume, tracks, answer calls, located on the body of one of the headphones. Theoretically, one button for so many options is quite convenient. However, before you enjoy the convenience of its use, you should learn many control combinations, and also take into account that when you adjust the sound, the connection may suddenly disappear.
It would be naive to expect powerful deep and saturated bass from the wireless plugs, it is not here. However, the rest of the sound demonstrates a pleasant balance and clarity of the middle and tops, which are quite worthy for the earbuds.
The obvious flaw with one single button negatively affected the convenience and quality of the headphones. At the same time, in everything else, the device shows itself perfectly.
Specification: Sony MDR-AS800BT Wireless Earphones: A Complete Review
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5.5 x 2.8 x 0.8 inches
9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
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