Sony Launches Headphone with MP3 Player Along With Two Other in India


Sony today launched three new headphones in India. They are dubbed as the MDR-10RNC, which comes with a Noise Canceling capabilities, the MDR-10RBT, which features Bluetooth and NFC support and WH303, which is a 3-in-1 headphone with MP3 player and built-in speakers.

Sony Launches Headphone with MP3 Player Along With Two Other in India


Sony WH303 Headphone

The new WH303 headphone is a unique 3-in-1 device which is a Walkman MP3 player, headphone and surround sound speaker. It comes with a wire-free design has 30mm drivers for enhanced audio. It also comes with a built-in 4GB MP3 player and has surround sound speakers with range of sound enhancement modes. It also has LED Walkman logo which can be switched off if required. It is designed with an integrated music player that provides comfortable wireless and cable-free music listening. In addition, it incorporates 2 sound enhancement features that make full use of various high-quality sound technologies that have been developed by Sony.

It also features a Speaker Mode which allows the user to enjoy high-quality sound by wearing the device around the neck. While the Headphone Mode reproduces music at dynamic high-quality sound that is packed with over half a century of Sony's unique knowhow in headphone design. The 103 cm cable included with the new Headphone can also be plugged into the user's other devices such as smartphones or laptops or tablets to provide superior music experience with high-quality sound. It is priced at Rs. 8,990 and comes in Black and White color variant.

Sony Launches Headphone with MP3 Player Along With Two Other in India


Sony MDR-10RNC

The MDR-10RNC comes with Sony's unique DNC software Engine and Dual Noise Sensor Technology offering high precision canceling signal. It features automatic AI (Artificial Intelligence) Noise Canceling function which automatically selects optimal noise canceling mode based on intelligent analysis of environmental ambient noise. There is a Digital Equalizer and full digital S-Master amplifier that will deliver an ideal frequency response and high-quality music reproduction with full digital processing. The headphone comes with a soft cushions and offers up to 20 hours of noise canceling perfection with a AAA battery. Moreover, there is a supplied cord lets you use the headphones if the battery runs out. The Sony MDR-10RNC is priced at Rs. 14,990.

Sony Launches Headphone with MP3 Player Along With Two Other in India

Sony MDR-10RBT

This headphone is a fully digital Bluetooth headphone with NFC (Bluetooth v3.0 compatible). It features a one touch easy connection for pairing with Bluetooth-compatible NFC devices. So users can wirelessly play music on this Bluetooth Stereo device. Additionally it also features an embedded microphone which enables hands-free calling from Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone. Further there is also a 40 mm driver units which provides wideband (5Hz - 40 kHz) audio performance. The built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery offers up to 17 hours of continuous music playback and it also comes with a supplied cord which lets you use the headphones even if the battery runs out.

It is priced at Rs. 14,990. Moreover, the Sony MDR-10RNC comes with a carrying pouch and is already available across India, and the Sony MDR-10RBT comes with a carrying case and and a plug adaptor for in-flight use.

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