Sony rolls out MDR-1 range of headphones

MDR-1 range of Sony headphonesWant to listen to loud music but can’t do so due to the complications that it may bring cause of the raucous you create while you enjoy the beat?

Well, Sony might be of service to you as the Japanese company announced their latest gadget for music lovers.

Sony announced the availability of their premium MDR-1 range of headphones during the IFA convention in Germany. The headphones come in 3 distinct units that users can enjoy.

One variety of the MDR-1 is the MDR-1RBT line that features NFC capability and Bluetooth function so you can choose which one to pair with your music device. This headphone also comes with a cord so if you don’t like using up a ton of battery by going wireless, you can opt to use the cord.

Two of these come with non-wireless package but they offer the same sound quality of the MDR-1 range.

The MDR-1R has audio performance from 4Hz to 80 kHz. The other one is the MDR-1RNC which features noise cancelling capability that cancels out 99.7% of the noise around you. It can be used 22 hours before it needs to be charged.

The Sony MDR-1 range of headphones is a  truly great companion for your music tracks. Are the new Sony headphones your next purchase then?

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Koss Pro DJ100: Affordable quality headphones

Headphones are now back in style. Some fashion experts say that the bigger your headphones are, the more stylish you become.

The renaissance of these monstrous headsets can be attributed to the proliferation of affordable portable music devices and of course, to the iPod.

Add to that the cheap apps that can be bought in AppStores that cater music editing and mixing. People’s dreams of becoming a disc jockey can now be achieved with the final touch of those huge headphones.

And here comes the Koss Pro DJ100 headphones. DJ “wannabees” on a budget can now make their dreams come true.

The Koss pro DJ100 headphones have a foldable design, a padded headband and metallic cups. They are made of leatherette material that lines to that inside of the headphone cups. They also feature an 8-foot coiled cord that unfortunately doesn’t have a microphone to be used in your smartphone.

The Koss Pro DJ100 emits a decent sound for a good price. Aesthetically, the Koss seems to be designed well. Though not as flashy as expensive headphones in the market, the Koss Pro DJ100 seems to be well constructed and looks great.

One thing that seems to be weak for the Koss Pro DJ100 is that the bass isn’t that good. What can you expect for an affordable headphone?

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AT&T unveils $400 Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox

Beats by Dr. Dre is fast becoming a global icon and a fashion sense. Those big earphones and in-ear plugs have swept through the music scene like a brush fire and the popularity of this gadget grows each and every tick tock of the clock.

Well, telecommunications giant AT&T announced that they will be offering an exclusive Monster Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox to their clients.

This $399 boom box, which is set to arrive in stores and available online on March 11, is a new wireless audio system that has a dock connector for your smartphone. It has two easy-carry handles at the sides design to give you grip as you lift it. The speaker has a remote control and Bluetooth connectivity. It is powered by 6 D-cell batteries.

Also announced by AT&T is the HTC Vivid. They are saying that the latter is set to pick up a software update in the next few weeks. It is said that this upgrade of the Android 4.0. This upgrade will improve the listening experience with Beats by Dr. Dre Audio profiles.

Beats By Dr. Dre Beatbox will also be joined by additional audio accessories. This includes, wireless HD stereo Bluetooth headphones, Beats Solo HD Headphones and UR Beats In-ear Headphones.

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