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Sony rolled out latest wireless headphones: MDR-RF4000K and MDR-RF810RK

16 March 2010 4,239 views One Comment

Along with recently launched PlayStation Move Motion Controller, Sony rolled out two new sets of wireless headphones- MDR-RF4000K and MDR-RF810RK. These headphones will provide you great way to experience high quality sound. Both headphones contain a series of closed boxes cup for use in home entertainment but MDR-RF4000K digital cordless headphone is more attractive and advanced as well.


Sony MDR-RF4000K digital cordless headphone offer wireless sound at distances of up to 30m with help of Digital RF transmission technology. This headphone is designed in a style, so that it can complement modern lines of your TV. It’s sleek and convenient storage case doubles as a cable-free battery charger. You have to just fold ear cups flat and headphone will be stowed neatly away while battery recharges. Headphone’s closed-type design cuts sound spillage, so there is no chance to disturb others. It’s 40mm long-stroke driver give a frequency response range of 12Hz to 22000kHz. Headphone will deliver 7 hours of music between charges, although you can bump this up to 10 hours with a single AAA alkaline battery.

Sony MDR-RF810RK headphone provides amazing experience to enjoy your hi-fi or TV in privacy and comfort. This headphone is little lighter at 220 grams but do not fold flat. This easy-to-wear cordless headphone receive analog RF signals transmitted from up to 100m away. It also features a 40mm driver like MDR-RF4000K but a smaller frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz. The rechargeable battery will last for 13 hours per charge but battery life can be further boosted up to 28 hours of uninterrupted listening on AAA alkaline battery power.

Sony MDR-RF4000K digital cordless headphone will be available in black while MDR-RF810RK in Black and Silver colors. Both headphones will start selling in April 10 but pricing is yet not revealed.

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