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Sony MDR NC31E - how you like it?

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15th November 2014, 08:31 PM   |  #101  
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Nope, button makes no changes.

Did you use deodex patch?
16th November 2014, 01:15 PM   |  #102  
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Did you use deodex patch?

Yupp and that might be the problem
19th November 2014, 03:13 PM   |  #103  
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Thumbs up MDR NC31EM + Sony Smartwatch 2
I have recently bought MDR-NC31EM, I never thought i would be coming back to wired headphones, I was using MW600 > MW1 > SBH80, and last month my SBH80 kinda have a weird problem with the connection to the phone, now I am very happy using my MDR-NC31EM, but to complete the experience you need to have atleast a smartwatch/smartwear to do some Music Controls and Call Handling, and about call handling, You need to turn off the NC, and your call will be Loud and Clear.
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Where can i get one in india?
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So… this ear phone won't work on other phones neither on PC?
20th December 2014, 10:13 PM   |  #106  
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So… this ear phone won't work on other phones neither on PC?

Works on z3 series as well, apart from that, no.

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9th February 2015, 10:01 PM   |  #107  
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Are those headphones made only for our phones? I tried connecting them to a few laptops and if I plug the jack in at max, the sounds becomes weak, I need to leave it out a little to enjoy a greater volume, do you guys experience the same thing or my headphones are at fault?
1st March 2015, 06:03 PM   |  #108  
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Hello everyone!

I'm considering buying a Z2 with these earphones and I need to know how they cope with a specific kind of nose - one created by "wind" when you are riding a bicycle. Regular earbuds I have become noisy past say ten miles per hour and source of the noise seems to be drag of parts of earbuds that stick out. Does electronic noise canceling eliminate that kind of noise? I'm skeptical about that, knowing that how it works includes comparing external noise detected by microphones.
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Hello everyone!

I'm considering buying a Z2 with these earphones and I need to know how they cope with a specific kind of nose - one created by "wind" when you are riding a bicycle. Regular earbuds I have become noisy past say ten miles per hour and source of the noise seems to be drag of parts of earbuds that stick out. Does electronic noise canceling eliminate that kind of noise? I'm skeptical about that, knowing that how it works includes comparing external noise detected by microphones.

based on my experience, no... i still hear gusts blowing. the earphones however are very good at eliminating engine & muffler noise from cars and motorcycles.

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