The MDR-E827G earbuds may look sporty, but they didn't fare well during our sweat sessions.
A solid pair of earphones with a powerful, full sound. Bass and mids are well balanced, but the lack of clarity in the high-end may be an issue to some people
The Sony MDR-NC500D headphones have the best noise-cancelling technology we've ever come across, and their design makes them very comfortable to wear for long periods. The bass response, however, isn't as good as it should be considering the high asking price
The Sony MDRV55 headphones provide generally good quality sound and comfortable wear at a relatively low price, but miss out with no iPod inline remote.
The Sony MDR-NC500D Digital Noise Cancelling Headphones may lighten the wallet, but they are a great option for frequent fliers and tetchy commuters who need superior noise cancellation.
This headset has the athletic aesthetics of Sony's S2 Sports music players, but its performance is just average.
Delivering powerful bass and clear sound, the MDR-G74SL headphones are the best of the 2004 Sony Street Style lineup.
With its weak sound and minimal noise cancellation, the Sony MDR-G94NC is all style and no substance.