Sony offers new wireless headphones

Now there’s a smarter way to experience high quality sound in privacy and comfort while you’re listening to music or watching TV.


The luxuriously styled MDR-RF4000K digital cordless headphone from Sony offers fabulous digital sound for your favourite AV entertainment. It’s also designed to fit in perfectly with today’s living rooms, thanks to a unique new storage and charging dock that cuts unsightly wires.

Sony RF4000K

Discreetly styled to complement the modern lines of your TV, the slim, convenient storage case doubles as a cable-free battery charger. After use, just fold the ear cups flat and the MDR-RF4000K stows neatly away while the battery recharges.

Digital RF transmission ensures clear, secure signal reception over a range of up to 30m. The headphone’s closed-type design cuts sound spillage, so there’s no need to disturb others while you’re enjoying the action packed finale of a favourite movie.

MDR-RF4000K

Exceptional audio quality is assured by the headphone’s powerful 40mm long-stroke diaphragm. You’ll be rewarded with beautifully detailed, immersive reproduction of movie soundtracks and dialogue, music and more.

The closed-type design also features swivel circum-aural cushions and a parallel-link self-adjusting headband for superb wear comfort, even for extended listening periods. Thanks to a convenient volume control on the headphone, there’s no need to reach for the remote to turn sound up or down.

MDR-RF4000K

The power-efficient design allows up to 7 hours continuous listening time between charges of the NiMH battery. Alternatively, slip in a single AAA alkaline battery and enjoy up to 10 hours listening without a break. An auto power-save feature switches off the headphone when it’s not being used, extending listening time still further.

Ultimate freedom: MDR-RF810RK cordless headphone

Also available this Spring, the MDR-RF810RK gives you supreme freedom to enjoy your hi-fi or TV in comfort and privacy, anywhere in your home.

Weighing just 220g (approx.), the easy-to-wear cordless headphone can receive analogue RF signals transmitted from the up to 100m away. Like the MDR‑RF4000K, it features a precision 40mm driver for uncompromised sound, plus a convenient volume control for easy level adjustment.

13 hrs listening time on a single charge of the NiMH battery is boosted even further to an incredible 28 hours uninterrupted listening on AAA alkaline battery power.

The new MDR-RF4000K and MDR-RF810RK wireless headphones are available from April 2010.

Specification:

Features

MDR-RF4000K

MDR-RF810RK

Colours

Black

Black/Silver

Availability

April 10

April 10

Versions

EU8, CEK

EU8,  CEK

Type

Closed

Closed

Freq. resp. (Hz)

12-22,000

20-20,000

Driver unit

40mm

40mm

Reception range (m)

30

100

Output power mW

10 + 10

3+3

Battery life (AAA/NiHM)

7h / 10h

28h / 13h

Charging time

16h

16h

Plug type

Connecting cord mini to phono, unimatch plug

Unimatch plug cord stereo to phono

Volume control

Built-in

Built-in

Channels

1

2

Key features

Swivel flat

Charging dock / storage case

Stylish design

Auto On/Off

Circum-aural earcups


Accessories

AC power adaptor

AC power adaptor

Weight (g)

300

220

Source: Sony

Related posts

NVIDIA unveils the GeForce GT 710 graphics card

NVIDIA unveils the GeForce GT 710 graphics card

Quite unexpectedly GPU giant NVIDIA has launched one more graphics card. Called GeForce GT 710, the new card has not arrived to set any world records – judging by the name this is a budget-oriented card but NVIDIA says it has more punch than expected, which is just right for people who need a...

TRENDnet launches 300Mbps Wireless N Media Bridge

TRENDnet has announced the release of 300Mbps Wireless N Media Bridge, which is capable to connect all your network television, Digital Video Recorders, receiver, media controller and gaming console to a wireless n network. The new Media Bridge (TEW-640MB model) features Advanced Multiple...

Duke Nukem Forever finally gets a release date

Come gets some!!! Finally, after 13 years of development, the ass-kicking hero Duke Nukem has returned. 2K Games and Gearbox Software just announced that Duke Nukem Forever first-person shooter video game will be released on May 3 2011 in the US, and May 6 in other territories for Xbox 360...

Leave a comment