The Sony MDR-XB headphones range comprising MDR-XB30EX, MDR-XB200, MDR-XB400, MDR-XB600 and MDR-XB800 has been released by the company. These peripherals claim to ‘bring alive today’s music trends’ and are easy to carry, thanks to their foldable and swiveling design.
The devices in question are said to have the ability to deliver detailed and resonant low-end bass sounds as well as balanced mid and high frequencies. The key highlight is the Advanced Vibe Structure which is built into them in order to make the gadgets capable of rendering accurate audio. It works towards optimizing the acoustic capacity to produce responsive frequencies, regardless of the type of music.
Additionally, these lightweight, closed and dynamic audio accessories flaunt sleek form factors, making them easy to carry. The swiveling design further adds to their portability factor. The XB800 and the XB30EX variants boast of 3000mW and 100mW capacities, respectively, while all others feature 1000mW. All of these devices employ a dome type driver unit and are fitted with a cable that is 1.2 meters long.
They have been integrated with neodymium magnets and gold-plated stereo mini plugs, except for the XB200 which incorporates a Ferrite magnet and a stereo mini plug. Furthermore, the frequency range of the MDR-XB800 is 3Hz to 28,000Hz, while that of the XB600 and the XB30EX is 4Hz to 24,000Hz. The other two accessories can pick up frequencies between 5Hz and 22,000Hz.
The Sony MDR-XB headphones range price and release date details have not been given a mention. Also, the XB30EX headset will be packaged along with a carrying pouch and a clip.