Sony is preparing to launch a new set of headphones during spring 2018 priced at $300 and taking the form of the Sony MDR-1AM2, which come equipped with aluminium-coated, liquid crystal polymer diaphragms to provide users with a more consistent and precise sound across the “entire frequency range than even a conventional LCP driver,” says Sony.
The new Sony headphones were showcased at this year’s recent CES 2018 show and offer users a wide frequency response for a full range of sound spanning 3Hz to 100kHz. The MDR-1AM2 headphones also come supplied with silver-coated oxygen-free copper cables, created to “minimise resistance and signal-transmission loss”. The advanced acoustic design and materials of the headphones combine to create high-resolution audio headphones, which Sony says “capture the true essence of each track, from deep bass to soaring vocals, sound stays true for an authentic listening experience”.
Features of the Sony MDR-1AM2 headphones include swivel ear cups for portability, smartphone compatibility, in-line remote microphone, responsive liquid crystal polymer drivers and heavyweight base with Beat Response Control technology.
For more information and full specifications on the Sony MDR-1AM2 headphones jump over to the official Sony website. As soon as Sony announces a confirmed release date for the new cans we will keep you up-to-date as always.
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