Sony MDR-V55

76
Global
Score
76

A good product that falls short of greatness.

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The Sony MDR-V55 do just fine on the sound front, with a powerful bass-heavy sound that doesn't trade low-end grunt for clarity. Unfortunately, they're not the most comfy headphones around and our review sample creaks like a crypt door in a horror movie.
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Breakdown

Noise isolation
8.0
Comfort
7.3
Design and form factor
9.0
Durability
7.0
Sound quality
8.7
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Specs

MDR-V55

Type
Over-ear
Channels
Stereo
Drivers per ear
1
Inline controls
no
Active noise cancellation
no
Connections
3.5mm stereo
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Specs

MDR-V55

Type
Over-ear
Channels
Stereo
Drivers per ear
1
Inline controls
no
Active noise cancellation
no
Connections
3.5mm stereo
View Full Specs
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