Out with the noise, in with the music.
When it comes to enjoying music, it’s always ideal to have no auditory distractions, but let’s face it: unless you build yourself a soundproof room, you’d most likely still hear noise pollution even after closing all the doors and windows in your immediate vicinity.
Just for you
Enter the Sony MDR-1000X, one of the most advanced noise-canceling headphones available in the market today. Just how advanced? Well, for starters, there’s a feature called ‘Personal NC Optimizer’, which analyzes the shape of your head and how you wear the headphones, to provide noise-canceling performance that’s second to none.
CONTROL, AT YOUR fingertips
But what happens when someone comes up to you for a conversation? Just place your hand on the right ear pad and it’ll activate ‘Quick Attention’ mode, where noise-canceling is deactivated, and the volume is automatically reduced, allowing you to clearly hear what’s being said.
There’s also an ‘Ambient Sound’ mode, which lets sound from your surroundings flow through the headphones, as your music is playing. For those who enjoy taking evening strolls in the city, or are at the airport, this is definitely a welcomed feature.
A touch-sensitive panel on one of the ear pads also lets you easily play and pause your music, adjust the volume, and more!
CONVENIENCE IS THE NAME OF THE GAME
Like many of the latest headphones, the MDR-1000X can be folded, and this allows for easier storage when not in use. Furthermore, it comes with Bluetooth technology, which means no tangles! The 20-hour battery life makes sure that you can listen to your music untethered, for up to 20 hours at a time.
BIG ON AUDIO QUALITY
Of course, the most important aspect of a pair of headphones is its audio quality, and when it comes to the MDR-1000X, there’s no need to worry because it supports High-Resolution Audio. For lossless audio, the MDR-1000X is the first pair of headphones with DSEE HX technology built-in, which helps to upscale audio to something very close to High-Resolution Audio.