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Sony Introduced Two New Headphones!

30 March 2011 5,413 views No Comment

Good news for music lovers! Sony introduced two new headphones to its line up with launch of Sony MDR-RF865RK wireless over-ears and MDR-NC13 noise canceling in-ear headphones.

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The Sony MDR-RF865RK wireless headphones have a transmission range of up to 100-meter which allows users to roam around the house while receiving crisp and clear sound. New wireless headphones feature 40mm driver units which provide rich audio with a deep bass response while reducing wireless interference noise. Sony MDR-RF865RK comes with an elegant charging dock which recharge headphone batteries to full in 3.5 hours and this will give around 25 hours of uninterrupted playtime. The wireless headphones switch themselves off automatically to save power when docked with charging cradle. Comfortable over-ear cans are perfect for listening to the radio, watching television and playing video games without disturbing others.

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The Sony MDR-NC13 noise canceling in-ear headphones are ideal for music loving travelers. The MDR-NC13 headphones claims that  noise canceling design reduces approximately 85% of ambient noise. It means minimum background distractions on bus, train or in the air. The Sony MDR-NC13 is powered by a standard AAA battery that provides 100 hours of noise-pollution-free listening time. The all new closed-type vertical in-ear design combines superior wear comfort and crystal-clear sound.

Both headphones will go on sale in mid-April, but there is no official statement on pricing yet.


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