- Loud enough to compete with ambient noise
- Well priced
- Good sound
- Suitable for adults
- Cord may be too short for taller than average adults
- Potential durability issues
The Sony Mdr-222kd/Pin delivers a solid bang for your buck, and is suitable for children above 8 and adults who are of average height.
The Sony Mdr-222kd/Pin kid’s headphones have received positive reviews their good fit on older kids who are school age. Some even suggested it fits on larger headed preschool age kids as well. Users liked their solid sound delivery and the fact that it was loud enough to use in cars or planes. The price was also praised, with suggestions that these are a solid bang for buck. There were mixed reviews regarding durability, with some finding the headphones long lasting and durable, and others finding that they were subject to wear and tear. Users also thought the cord could be longer too, for those adults who also enjoy these headphones. All-in-all, the Sony Mdr-222kd/Pin kid’s headphones deliver a good overall audio performance for kids older than 8, but may be prone to wear and tear if not used carefully.
Cnet July 3, 2008
THE BOTTOM LINE With their pint-sized design, volume limiting feature, and itty-bitty price tag, the Sony MDR-222KD headphones are a great choice for children who aren't too concerned with audio quality.Read full review