|Price incl. VAT||£257.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£214.92|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £25.79 Extended warranty + 1 year||
Thanks to the high-definition sound, you can listen to your digital music at a new level.
The broadband frequency range of 4 Hz to 100 kHz is adapted to a wide range of contemporary music genres. Lower frequencies provide a more than sufficient width for the deepest bass tones. In higher frequencies, you can enjoy vocal melodies and delicate harmonies and tones.
Thanks to a balanced connection through a four-wire, dual-layer cable from silver and copper, the sound is enhanced by a better separation of audio channels. For each channel, the cable has a separate ground wire, thus reducing sound distortion and interference.
The headphones are made ??from a high-density metal which suppresses undesirable vibrations and ensure sound stability. A metal casing offers cleaner highs and mids and softer low frequency sounds because it resonates less than casings from conventional materials. The metallic finish of the swivel mechanisms ensures high durability. A light and flexible headband can be easily adjusted for comfortable use.
Headphone cable (1.2 m)
Exclusive Lightning cable (1.2 m)
WALKMAN digital cable (1.2 m)
Xperia digital cable (1.2 m)
Sony Corporation is a Japanese company founded in 1946. Its headquarters are in Tokyo. Though it started inconspicuously, selling transistor radios, they became one of the leading innovators in the postwar period, developing the CD and DVD, as well as the highly successful PlayStation line.
Though it occasionally struggled during periods of financial crisis and recession, the company always persisted, and today is one of the most prestigious brands worldwide, known for their innovative products in electronics, video games, and the entertainment industry.
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