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Sony MDR XB headphones
Ralf Jurrien : September 10th 2012 - 14:27 CET
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SonySony headphones for extra bass quality : If you love music, chances are that a deep, characterful bass sound is important to your listening pleasure. It’s the frequency where we literally feel the sound - the bass pulse that sets the heart racing. That’s why the new Sony MDR XB headphones are designed to deliver extra bass quality. The Sony headphones are crafted to reproduce smooth, resonant low-end bass frequencies for whatever kind of tracks you want to enjoy. The secret behind the Sony XB headphones, is their Advanced Vibe Structure. It’s an innovation built into the Sony headphones that’s designed to reproduce punchy, accurate bass sounds, whether you’re listening to the newest sounds or older music styles.

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Advanced Vibe Structure technology works by actively optimising acoustic capacity within the Sony MDR headphone ear-cup to deliver the most responsive bass frequencies. With this innovation, we’ve created a range of Sony headphones that consistently delivers clear, solid and dynamic bass sound across every music genre.

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Sony MDR XB 800 headphones
To fully immerse yourself in music, it’s important your headphones feel, sound and look great. This is the ethos behind the style of the Sony MDR XB800 headphones, redesigned and refined for modern lifestyles. The new generation Sony headphones MDR XB are sleeker, slimmer and lighter, with a smooth swivel and foldaway action so they’re easy to store and carry. Whether you’re heading out to a club, listening on the train or relaxing on the sofa at home, Sony MDR-XB800 headphones are crafted for comfort, performance and elegance.

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