Sony wants to have the strongest bass in its new range of MDR-XB

Having a good serious, undistorted and dirty sound, has become a target for many handset manufacturers. Balance is hard to find and not always economic. Sony wants to follow this trail withits new range of headphones the MDR -XB , composed of five different models.Its main virtue is the powerful bass with the promise that they will not distort the sound of your favorite music. However, not all they offer: elegant and sober, a fairly wide frequency range …

When more serious bring headphones, manufacturers are betting on different technologies. Sony in this case has used what it calls Advance Vibe Structure or what is the same: an optimized design that improves the sound of headphones for your response to the low frequency is greater.This technology has been used in the five models in the MDR -XB. All reproduce bass sound below 50Hz. To get an idea of how the structure is made, you can see here below a cut that dissects the inside of one of these headphones.

In the rest of its services have not been left to chance. It varies, of course, but depending on the model we find frequency response ranging from 3 to 28,000 Hz or 5-22000 Hz Sensitivity also varies depending on the handset but the high-end model offers 105dB/mW .So far Sony has refused to give data on these two aspects in its press release: know when they will arrive and at what price will the five models. When the Japanese company to give us more clues will update with more information.

   

Via: engadget

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