Sony unveils headphones designed for iPod/iPhone26 March 2010 15:39:25
A range of new headphones specifically designed for Apple's iPod and iPhone has been unveiled by Sony.
Four new models, the DR EX300ip, MDR-EX38ip, DR-V150iP, MDR-E10ip, have been released, each with in-line remote controls and integrated microphone for making phone calls.
The remote puts commonly used iPod and iPhone functions, such as volume, play/pause and skip track, within fingertip reach
Of the four sets of headphones, the DR EX300ip, MDR-EX38ip and MDR-E10ip are all in-ear headsets.
The DR-V150iP, meanwhile, is an over-the-ear design tailor-made for DJs.
A Sony press release said: "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."
Earlier this month, the electronics giant unveiled the DR-350USB and DR-320DPV headsets.
Designed to be used as gaming headsets for PC users, they also double up as high-quality headphones for listening to music and films.
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