The MDR-XB50BS is Sony’s new Wireless in-ear headphone. This Extra Bass Sports Wireless headphone is worth purchasing for a few reasons: Not only is it affordable and fits comfortably on the ears, but its design is classy, and bass quality is tight. So if you like heavy bass music, then the MDR-XB50BS is your perfect choice.
The headphone isn’t the smallest in-ear wireless of Sony, with a size around the Beats Powerbeats3 Wireless (its counterpart headset which is more expensive). However, the MDR-XB50BS is impartially lightweight and has better ear hooks than of the Powerbeats3. Aside from that, its ear hooks are useful especially when you’re actively running or doing workouts.
To compare with its counterpart, the Powerbeat3m, Sony made the MDR-XB50BS with a few different ear tips and fin sizes. It has a nice tight seal with the large size of both, and that tie was what was needed to get the most out of the bass performance. The headphone has a noise-isolating feature. It actively minimizes ambient noise entirely, so you‘ll hear clear audio even you’re in the crowded places or at the gym.
Speaking of going to the gym with this headphone, the headphone got a cozy fit. It clamps on your ears tightly while lifting weights or running on the treadmill. Also, the fins are designed to fit different ears. Rest assured that you’ll have your size. Go now, and find the pair that fits you.
This Sport and Action headphone also offers a balanced audio. The tight bass and tremble let you hear clear and modulated sound. So rock your playlist as you go extreme with its bass and treble quality that’ll boost your spirit.
The MDR-XB50BS has a battery life that lasts up to 8.5 hours. This headphone is water-resistant and is one of the sturdiest headphones on the market today.
Great sound, stress-free setup, and connects swiftly. The ear hooks clamp well, too!
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