Sony has added a new pair of headphones to its range this month with the launch of the new Sony MDR-XB910 headphones, which have been designed to provides users with extreme sub-bass.
The Sony MDR-XB910 headphones are constructed from aluminium and include a flat cable and heavy-bass sound, building on the technology used by Sony in their X10 headphones.
The Sony MDR-XB910 headphones are fitted with powerful 50mm drivers and offer106db sensitivity, sony explains a little more in their press release today:
“The MDR-XB910 partners serious sound with refined, ultra-premium new looks that feature real aluminium accents. Take your favourite sounds anywhere: the headphone’s earcups swivel flat for travel, neatly saving space in a rucksack or bag. There’s also an alternative detachable cable and inline remote/microphone supplied for fingertip control of your MP3 player or hands-free chatting on your smartphone.”
The new Sony MDR-XB910 headphones will be available in Europe from April 2013. for around £150.
Source: Gizmodo: SonyFiled Under: Gadgets News