The Sony MDR-ZX330BT is a mid range wireless headphone that offers enough quality to be worthy of consideration but not enough to stand out from the crowd.Sony have produced a lightweight headphone but it looks and feels a little plastic, it doesn't feel as robust as some comparable headphones such as the Cowin E.-7.Sound quality is crisp and clear but the low end bass is a little light and if you like a strong heavy bass then you may need to look elsewhere.Charging by USB the headphones will offer 10 hours of playback for roughly an hour of charging, with a full charge giving 30 hours of playback. Lots of play time but it would be nicer if it charged a little quicker.
- Light and comfortable fit.
- NFC for easy pairing.
- Sound lacks bass.
- 3-4 hour full charge time.
You get an outstanding 30 hours of playback from a full charge from the Sony MDR-ZX330BT, one hours USB charging gives roughly 10 hours playback.Your bluetooth connection is simple, the NFC ...
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After fully charging the headphones and listening to them for a few hours straight, I inadvertently left them untouched for two weeks. The next time I picked them up, they still had charge and were ready to play music without so much as a flash of the ominous red light of death.
The audio quality for the Sony MDR-ZX330BT Wireless Stereo Headset is surprisingly better than expected. Lenny Kravitz’s Again echoed an almost precise bass output along with a clear reproduction of the vocals.
They look reasonably smart and they’re made almost entirely of plastic, which means they’re very light. Along with the generous padding, this also makes them comfortable to wear.
Source: Sony MDR-ZX330BT Review