BT, Remote 4GB, Blue Product Features NWZWS613L.CEW
BT, Remote 4GB, Blue
Far too quiet. 0
Sadly, it’s too good to be true. I really wanted to like these. I’ve always been a big Sony fan and the promise of being able to swim with music was too tempting.So! They actually work very well, both as a stand alone walkman and as a bluetooth headset. The basic design concept is excellent and they fit well, rarely coming loose even when swimming. The controls are a little fiddly but work well once you’ve acclimatised. Sound quality is excellent. The charging cradle arrangement is particularly good and works well for storing/protecting the headset too. NB you can’t use the little finger control in the water which surely is the whole point of it.. fail Sony.BUT, here’s the problem:To use them in the water, you have to put special waterproof earbuds on. These earbuds are exactly the same as normal ones, except they have a “very thin” membrane stretched across the audio canal.. Now, ladies and gents, what happens when you put your fingers in your ears? That’s right…
This is my second pair of Sony NWZ-W wireless player. I was so eager to purchase this new player after my old one W252 died after 4 years of use.*I’ve purchased a pair from amazon.de , but I want to post my review here as well. It might be useful for others, as other reviews are for me every time I order something from online sites.This are, in my opinion, the + points:+ Completely wireless, no cords, no tangling, easy to fit, comfortable to wear;+ Nice modern design in a beautiful turquoise / grey color (maybe Sony will do a purple / black one next);+ Bluetooth and NFC function, plus integrated microphone for receiving calls;+ Easy pairing with my Sony Xperia Z2. Love the fact that I can use this as headphones for YouTube, Soundcloud, VLC and so on;+ 4 GB memory, enough for a stand alone mp3 player;+ The remote control is a very nice and practical addition;+ I like the fact that you can actually swim with them, but I…
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