Sony available some headsets for apple devices: DR EX300ip, MDR-EX38ip, DR-V150iP, MDR-E10iP are the new headsets Sony offer for fans and consumers of iPod andiPhone. Equipped both with built-in microphone for hands free calls and in-line remote control, except for the over-the-head headset the DR-V150, all are in-ear headsets and all four models are compatible with iPod Shuffle (3rd generation), iPod Nano (4th, 5th generations), iPod Classic 120GB/160GB (2009), iPod Touch (2nd generation), and iPhone 3GS.Frequency response and impedance for each model are as follows: DR EX300ip 5-24,000 Hz & 16 Ω; MDR-EX38ip 6-24,000 Hz & 16 Ω; DR-V150iP 16-22,000 Hz & 24 Ω; MDR-E10iP 18-22,000 Hz & 16 Ω.The MDR-EX38ip is available now while the others will be available as of May 2010.
For iPhone® and iPod® lovers who want the big sound not found in earbuds, these DR-V150iP Studio Monitor Series headphones offer an ideal mix of studio-quality sound, high-end materials and advanced engineering. They feature a supra-aural design for excellent listening comfort, as well as 30mm diameter drivers for deep bass and reversible earcups for single-sided monitoring. The wide, molded headband is extremely comfortable, and the in-line remote control and mic lets you navigate through music and make calls with iPod® and iPhone®.
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“Tailor-made for DJs, the dual-purpose DR-V150ipP delivers crisp, commanding sound when you’re mixing pumping club beats. Away from dance floor, it delivers equally commanding sonic performance with your iPod or iPhone. Deep bass and generous power handling are assured by the 30mm ferrite driver. There’s a large adjustable headband for fatigue-free wear during the longest DJ set, while reversible earcups allow convenient ‘single-sided’ monitoring when you’re behind the decks.”
“Stylish, colourful and great value, the MDR-E10iP let younger listeners express their individualty while listening to their favourite sounds. There’s a choice of four fashion colours (Pink, Gold, Blue, Grey) to co-ordinate with your iPod or iPhone. Crisp sound from the 13.5mm Neodymium driver is partnered with high-comfort wear, thanks to the supplied soft ear-pads that make a great fit for smaller ears.”
The new DR-EX300iP, DR-V150iP and MDR-E10iP headsets from Sony are available from May 2010. The MDR-EX38iP is available now.
This accessories (DR EX300ip, MDR-EX38ip, DR-V150iP, MDR-E10iP) is compatible with the following:
Ears-on with Sony Ericsson Launched the MH907 and MW600 Wireless Stereo Headset Motion Activated Headphones
Sony Ericsson MH907
by Richard Lai
What we have here today isn’t just another pair of ordinary headphones: Sony Ericsson‘s MH907s are button-free, minimalistic headphones that activate upon the magical touch of your skin.
Well, your ears to be precise. You must bear in mind that the MH907s are exclusive to Fast port-equipped Sony Ericsson phones thus excluding the forthcoming XPERIA X10 — so chances are you’re already not interested.
That said, we shall see if Sony Ericsson is really going to change things forever with these gleaming buds featuring SE’s SensMe Control technology, or by just stopping everyone from using their 3.5mm headphone jacks. Read on to find out how these €39 ($57) headphones fared.
Sony Ericsson MW600 Wireless Stereo Headset
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