There is no doubt that there are plenty of Bluetooth solutions for music and taking calls. In fact, there are so many to choose from, it’s difficult to find one that combines style and function. Sony has done a good job in ticking both of these boxes with its stereo Bluetooth headsets.
Today, we will look at the Sony SBH52 vs SBH54. We will look at their design, technology, and functions so that we can decide which is the better buying option. To help with the decision, we will also add a quick comparison chart and some pros and cons of the two Bluetooth headsets.
We will start by looking at what the Sony SBH52 and the Sony SBH54 have in common.
The following comparison chart will allow you to review all of the features of the Sony SBH52 and the Sony SBH54 at a glance.
You will be able to connect the Sony SBH52 and the Sony SBH54 wirelessly with Bluetooth 3.0 or by using NFC Technology (Near Field Communication). They are compatible with practically all devices that have Bluetooth.
The Sony SBH52 and the Sony SBH54 allow you to answer calls and listen to music from your device. They also both have a built-in FM radio.
Though small, there is an OLED display on the Sony SBH52 and the Sony SBH54. This display allows you to see incoming calls, the name of the song playing, and message notifications. They are smart app-enabled so you can download the Sony app to set up your configurations to suit your needs.
You will receive a Sony headset with the Sony SBH52 and the Sony SBH54. However, because they have a 3.5mm jack, you can also connect your favorite headphones.
Multiple Device Connection
With the Sony SBH52 and the Sony SBH54, you will be able to connect two Bluetooth devices simultaneously, which is very handy is you have a personal and work phone or a phone and tablet in use at the same time.
Remember that the Sony SBH52 and the Sony SBH54 aren’t waterproof but they are both splashproof. The manual does say not to use it in the rain.
Now that we know what is similar about the Sony SBH52 and the Sony SBH54, let’s look at what sets them apart.
Both are nice and small, and they have a clip on the back so that you can attach them to clothes or bags.
This stereo Bluetooth headset comes in black. It measures 3.5 x 0.5 x 1 inch and weighs 0.81 ounces.
There appears to be a mistake in the product description because we know that it isn’t 0.4 x 0.4 x 0.4 inches. It is a similar size to the Sony SBH52 and weighs 0.95 inches. You can choose between black or gold.
The Winner Is- The Sony SBH54
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There is little point in having a stylish Bluetooth headset if you can’t hear anything.
The sound quality is good, despite not having noise cancellation. There is no mention in the product description of HD voice.
You can benefit from both noise cancellation and HD voice. Both of these allow for a much clearer sound, even in wind.
The Winner Is- The Sony SBH54
The average human ear can hear between 20Hz and 20,000Hz, so an ideal headset will be close to these numbers.
The frequency range for the Sony SBH52 is from 20Hz to 20,000Hz.
There is no information about the frequency range of this stereo Bluetooth headset.
The Winner Is- The Sony SBH52
Pros and Cons
Just before our final verdict, we have a few pros and cons of the Sony SBH52 and the Sony SBH54 to highlight any other differences.