Sony has lately updated its award-winning eXtra Bass lineup (MDR-XB series) of headphones with a range of new models. All of them are sure to produce powerful and true-to-life low-pitched sounds, realized thanks to Advanced Vibe Structure technology that guarantees an acoustic volume inside the headphone. The latter serves as a natural amplifier of low frequencies.
The first model within the series, the MDR-XB950BT, is a wireless Bluetooth solution with a 40 mm speaker and an additional electronic bass enhancer. These headphones can maintain activity during 20 hours. Their maximal sound power makes up 1500 mW.
The Sony MDR-XB950AP is a senior model within the series, characterized by the availability of a head clamp band. It features a stylish design with aluminum framework and 40 mm speakers with swing-type calix. Similarly to the previous model, this item has 3 Hz frequency limit and 1500 mW acoustic power.
The next model, the MDR-XB450B, is an enclosed earphone solution with an improved low-frequency range and options for additional bass enhancement. According to Sony, swing-type calix and linear cable with protection against snarling make these headphones an ideal solution for ‘on-the-move’ usage.
The Sony MDR-XB450BV is an enclosed headphone with a 30 mm speaker and an electronic bass enhancer. The model is also equipped with a dedicated tool that enables vibrations in tune with sound.
Finally, the MDR-XB450AP is distinguished by various color options of the case. These headphones feature aluminum framework and come with well-elaborated cable management system. Additionally, they have a special headset for the connection of smartphones.
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