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Our only gripe about the MDR-1000x’s design is common one for touch-controlled headphones: Sometimes adjusting the headphones on our ears — or simply removing them from our heads — triggered some unwanted touch-sensitive function or another.
We also noticed some delay in response to touch commands.
Once opened, the inner box holds a simple, dark brown hard case — which gently complements our review sample’s taupe colorway — with the headphones folded gently inside.
The MDR-1000x come with a long 3.5mm cable, a micro USB charging cable, and an airplane adapter for those long international flights.
Setup instructions arrive in the form of an intuitive visual “blueprint,” relying on numbered, self-explanatory images that show you how to charge, pair, and use your new headphones.
Even the Sony logo is somewhat hidden, etched in a barely-visible font just where the headband connects to the ear cups.
The earpads are cloaked in puffy leather that reminds you of grandpa’s big old Cadillac, and, combined with equally soft padding underneath the headband, an absolutely awesome suspension system creates one of the most comfortable pairs of headphones we have ever had the pleasure of wearing.