Sony unveils new headphones

Sony unveils new headphones

The Japanese tech giant Sony has unveiled no fewer than 11 new models of headphones with all models belonging to the MDR-ZX and MDR-EX product lines. The new headphones will complement the company’s product line of headphones that present Sony on the market of such devices.

The MDR-ZX line is the more luxurious of the two and the new representatives of this high-end line will come with excellent materials used for the production of headphones, outstanding sound isolation, a noise cancelling function and wireless listening. For example the high-end MDR-ZX750 model will come with 40 mm driver units, noise cancellation that hides 98 per cent of ambient sound, a wide dynamic range, ear cups that will keep your ears warm during chilly days and a built-in Lithium-ion rechargeable battery that can power the headphones for up to 13 hours. The MDR-ZX750 also comes with a built-in microphone that will allow you to take phone calls too.

The MDR-EX650AP belongs to the more budget-oriented MDR-EX line and comes with a 12 mm EX driver for a more comfortable fit, improved sound quality, solid brass for better acoustics, better looks and lowered vibrations and resonance. The headphones also support an in-line cable/remote that makes it easy to chat hands-free on your smartphone.

The new Sony headphones will be available across Europe starting next month. The pricing of the headphones is unknown as of now.

Source: Sony

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