Sony MDR-1000X wireless headphones comes with noise cancellation technology

by - on September 12th, 2016

Some headphones that we wear are not meant to filter out all of the surrounding noise for good reason — you do not want to be jogging down the road and not be able to hear the blaring horn of a wayward car, or perhaps the reverse signal of a truck that might just have you in its blind spot. Either way, running or walking outdoors without the ability to hear other ambient noises is a big no-no. However, if you are safely cocooned up at home with your favorite shows and tunes ready to play, a pair of wireless headphones that can keep out all of the surrounding sounds would be far cooler. Sony has entered the fray with the MDR-1000X wireless headphones, and each pair will arrive with noise cancellation technology to boot.

Touted to deliver the most responsive cancellation of ambient sound frequency range on the market, the Sony MDR-1000X wireless headphones are also aesthetically pleasing to the eyes and will not compromise on audio quality when you put them on.

A fair number of advancements have been integrated into such headphones, with the likes of signal processing to pursue the best noise cancelling performance with upgraded filtering process. Not only that, it also boasts of optimized dual noise sensor technology, in addition to newly developed ear pads. All of these will work in tandem to ensure that the MDR-1000X delivers a secure noise isolation, allowing listeners to immerse themselves in the music without any kind of distractions or to simply enjoy the silence.

Not only that, there is a personal NC optimizer that will tailor the noise cancelling performance for the individual ears. Each pair of headphones will analyze the shape of the wearer’s head as well as their wearing style, resulting in a customized noise-cancelling experience. Expect the Sony MDR-1000X wireless headphones to retail for $399.99 a pair from October onward.

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