I have had the Xperia MH1C Smart Wireless headset pro for about a week now, so I will do a mini review.
Wireless- Works pretty well, bluetooth can skip every once in a while, but it is so rare it doesn't bother me at all. It connects really easily and auto pairs great.
Micro SD slot- I love this feature as I bike alot and would rather take a small device then lug around my phone.
Package Contents- You get a charger, microsd reader, headphones, micro usb cord, 2gb card, and the device itself for 100 bucks. Considering a decent microsd reader costs 15-20 dollars it is a pretty good deal.
Headphones- I have always liked Sony's headphones and have used them for years. These are no exception, the bass is clear and the treble is not too loud. You can't even begin to compare cheap headphones like the Skull Candys to these. I don't believe in spending a ton on earbud headphones and these fell right in the price range for what I want. They fit great even with my smaller ear canals. People have complained about the cord being stiff, but I think it's a great step forward. My problem has always been tearing the cord or getting it really tangled. This cord will be hard as hell to tear as it is really tough. Also it feels really good. My trick for wearing them is to use the supplied clip on the longer right earbud cord and attach the clip to the rear collar of my shirt. This makes it impossible to pull the right earbud out when turning your head. I have played golf and ridden my bike with them and had no issues whatsoever.
Looks- Some people might think it is ugly but I think it looks great. Similar to the Xperia S.
Battery Life- The device easily lasts a week for me
Software works good- no problem with the additional features
SD Card playback sucks. Sometimes it will recognize the whole album and sometimes it won't. It is also kind of slow when going through songs, but not too bad. Also sometimes it won't return to the previous track when using the button, the left button does play/pause instead.
Gmail App for it will destroy your battery, it really eats battery life.
Size- The device could be a bit smaller, but for the sound quality and features it is acceptable
Needs a carrying case, Sony should have included one for the price
The clip is sturdy but it would be nice if it rotated as well.
Should have come with a lanyard but I was able to find an old one I had laying around and use that with it. It is an iRiver lanyard and works really good.
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