Sony Ericsson HPM-70

Sony Ericsson HPM-70

  • Earpiece design: In ear
  • Microphone
  • Attachment type: Ear canal
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3.5 / 5
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05/02/2012
Have just bought two new pairs. These hold for about one to two years of active use and quality for its price (49 :-). I use the handset to review during filming, mp3 player and phone for listening because they both have good sound quality and blocking out background noise in an excellent manner. For the unfamiliar, it takes a while before you dare push them far enough into the ear canal (not too far, though!), But the resulting sound quality is a real eye-opener. Make sure you get the original (soft cable with a little rubber feel and not cheap plastic ditto).

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30/08/2011
Really good sound for those who do not only want to hear a constant humming (bass)

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13/11/2010
Edited 14/11/2010
The worst I have experienced in hörlursväg. Not base near these headphones. My brother has a pair of seemingly identical but these do not perform near what his doing. A total disappointment. The included adapter makes it possible to use other headphones, which unfortunately is a must. Buy absolutely not these, throw money down the drain is much more fun.

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26/01/2009
best headphones I've tried for a mobile phone! (Now I have not tried that many, but anyway) when you have enabled bass boost via the equalizer in the music player, such a CRUEL base you can get! minus the bad connection between the phone and the headphones

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14/12/2008
+ Is really good in your ears + Likes the sound e good, do not think it's worthwhile to have improved to a mobile anyway + Cheap Mike-e entirely discarded, no chance that it can o use on the town tex, taking in all the surrounding noise E inside on my second pair o my experience says: pull out o engage them several times a day so it has glitches after almost 3 months.

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05/09/2008
Ok sounds, iom they come with the phone (w800) but very slow run = low volume. NOTE WATCH OUT FOR THE PIRATE COPIES (they are much worse)

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07/03/2008
The originals are quite ok, mine went down, however, and I would buy the new online and happened to get some cheap copy, so beware!

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20/11/2007
Buds sit really well in my ears and the sound is excellent. Even the microphone is of high quality. The only thing that pulls down the rating of something is that the headphone cable (from the mic: one out to bud) feels somewhat weak and unlikely to last forever.

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15/11/2007
Complete disappointment. Better sound than the foam that came with my K800i, but that's not saying much. Flat and boring sound that makes no satisfied. Engaged my Creative in-earlurar which cost around 400 - in the adapter and I can say that it is an incomparable difference! If you want great sound and have a couple of 3.5mm at home, you can buy these, just to throw the headphones (save the rubber, it's convenient), and plug your own. Otherwise, advise me and the strongest.

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12/08/2007
Actually the best headphones I've ever had. Very good sound. Clean bass response. However, make sure to buy the blister pack, as it circulates many counterfeit variations on this for very cheap prices.

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