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Sony Unveils Wireless MDR-ZX750BN and Four In-Ear Headphones

By Michael Low & Joy Hou - on 4 Mar 2014, 6:06pm

Sony Unveils Wireless MDR-ZX750BN and Four In-Ear Headphones

Sony has unveiled the wireless MDR-ZX750BN headphones that comes with Bluetooth, NFC, and Digital Noise Canceling capabilities, as well as the EX650AP, EX450, XB70AP and XB50AP in-ear headphones, which incorporate the company's new 12mm driver units.


With its 40mm dynamic driver unit boosted by Digital Equalizer and Beat Response Control technologies to enhance mid-range vocals and deep bass, the headphones feature Bluetooth and NFC abilities so you can stream music to the headphones, and Digital Noise Canceling that offers an improved rate by accurate signal processing as compared to Analog Noise Canceling. Sporting a slim, swivel folding style for convenient storage, it utilizes a pair of microphones to pick up ambient surrounding sounds and cancel them with an inverse "Anti-Noise" sound wave.

EX650AP, EX450, XB70AP and XB50AP

Employing neodymium magnets encased in a metal housing to prevent any unnecessary vibrations, the new in-ear headphones all feature a tangle-free serrated cord. The Extra Bass XB70AP and XB50AP In-ear headphones are ideal for music lovers who like their songs loud and with a heavy beat. These two headphones also come with a Powered Bass Duct for extra bass performance, and come packaged with hybrid silicone rubber earbuds that minimize audio leakage.

The EX450 and EX650AP headphones integrate Beat Response Control, and a rigid house casing to reproduce dynamic and rich sound, so music sounds fuller and more satisfying. With an in-line remote and microphone, the XB70AP, XB50AP and EX650AP can be used not with your MP3 player, but also with your smartphone. One added feature, available exclusively to Xperia smartphone users, is the ability to control the volume and changing of music tracks from the smartphone itself via the Smart Key app that can be downloaded from the Google Play store.

Images from Sony.