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Sony has introduced a new headphone series yesterday - the Extra Bass headphone series. Sony has designed this series considering today's music style.

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Sony has introduced a new headphone series yesterday – the Extra Bass headphone series. Sony has designed this series considering today’s music style. For example, the sub-harmonics range of this headphone series is deeper than traditional headphones. Initially, the company has released four models in the series – MDR-XB800, MDR-XB600, MDR-XB400 and MDR-XB60EX.


Sony MDR-XB800, image credit:sony.com

Sony has used newly developed Advanced Direct Vibe Structure in the MDR-XB800, MDR-XB600 and MDR-XB400 headphones. These headphones can deliver extra bass reproduced with high-fidelity. The MDR-XB800 and MDR-XB600 headphones are specially designed for long-term wearing comfort with soft head cushions and seamless pressure-relieving ear cushions. The new and unique folding design allows for hassle-free portability.

The MDR-XB60EX in-ear headphones also utilize the newly developed Advanced Direct Vibe structure to deliver rich bass. This headphone is ideal for all popular music genres. Its unique acoustic design can isolate high level of noise.

Andrew Sivori, vice president of the Personal Audio Division at Sony Electronics said, “Sony’s sound engineers are committed to providing an unprecedented level of audio performance, our new Extra Bass lineup of headphones delivers solid low-frequency response, enhancing the signature of today’s music styles.”

The MDR-XB800, MDR-XB600, MDR-XB400 and MDR-XB60EX headphones are now available at Sony Store and authorized retailers for $149.99, $99.99, $59.99 and $99.99, respectively.

Source: Prnewswire

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