Sony unveils MDR-RF865RK wireless and MDR-NC13 noise cancelling headphones

Sony today adds two new model to its 2011 headphones offerings –  the MDR-RF865RK wireless headphones and in-ear noise cancelling headphones named MDR-NC13. The first are fitted with 40mm driver units with frequency response of 10-22,000 Hz and offering “deep bass”,  have a conveniently-mounted volume control and come with elegant docking station, that recharges the built-in batteries in just 3.5 hours hours, as well transmit the audio signal utilizing FM stereo / 3 channel wireless modulation type and giving you up to 100m wireless audio freedom.

Sony MDR-RF865RK wireless headphones

The other model  is ideal for for music-loving travellers, offering noise cancelling design that reduces ambient noise by approximately 87.4% and 100hr nonstop music playback. They are equipped with 13.5 mm, dome type (CCAW adopted) driver units and come with manganese battery, three size earbudsa nd carrying pouch.

Sony MDR-NC13 noise cancelling in-ear headphones

The new MDR-RF865RK wireless headphone system and MDR-NC13 noise cancelling in-ear headphones  are available from April 2011.

Source: Sony

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