Sony XB650BT Extra Bass - Reviews, Prices, Specs and Alternatives

Sony XB650BT Extra Bass

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Sony MDR XB650BT Review (Pros) Bluetooth and NFC Sound Quality is crisp Bass is massive (XB950)model is too much Battery Life is about 20 hours loud 30 possibly low or mid level volume $110 bucks is a steal compared to beats... Read full review
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Key features
  • NFC.Connectivity Technology
  • Bluetooth
  • Up to 30 hours of battery life
  • Cushioned ear pads
  • Hands-free calls
  • Built-in mic

Sony XB650BT Extra Bass are a very popular option on the higher end of the price range. They're in the top 3 bestselling headphones and have dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Audio-Technica ATH-SR5BTBK or Bebe Boom Designer .

Sony XB650BT Extra Bass are $20.20 more expensive than the average headphones ($64.97).

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In terms of sound quality which is the best, bluedio t3 plus or bluedio t4s? I've been wondering about it because I like to try this brand and I saw this two products of Bluedio that intrigued me.
Related: Bluedio T3 Plus, Bluedio T4S, Wireless Headphones | Submitted by adrian 40 days ago
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I haven't used the T4, but I found the sound quality on the T3 to be a massive upgrade from the T2. If they have upgraded the same way, I imagine that the T4s would be even better.
The only issue that I had with the T3 was the weight. I wear glasses and I found the frame of the headphones to be too heavy to wear all day, and they would press my glasses against my head. I'd keep the weight in mind when comparing the 2 items. 

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How does the soundstage of the Sony WH1000XM2 compare to V=Moda Crossfade2/M100 or other nice headphones? Would my coworkers hear my music in a quiet small office if I'm listening medium volume with Sony WH1000XM2?
Related: Sony WH1000XM2, V-moda Crossfade 2, Wireless Headphones | Submitted by Collin 179 days ago

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what is the passcode for these headphones
Related: Dylan Marathon 2nd Gen, Wireless Headphones | Submitted by anonymous 191 days ago

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Are mpo w headphones any good
Related: Bose SoundLink, Mpow Thor Bluetooth, Wireless Headphones | Submitted by Lee 203 days ago

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Are mpo w headphones any good
Related: Bose SoundLink, Mpow Thor Bluetooth, Wireless Headphones | Submitted by Lee 203 days ago
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I have had Mpow Bullfight as well as Mpow Judge headphones and I liked them both. A lot of wireless in-ear headphones fall out when you are working out, but these stay in very well. The sound quality is excellent for the price point. Both of the models I mentioned also have a magnetic clip feature so that they stay around your neck when you aren't listening to music, which is extremely handy. 

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