SoNy mDr1-am2 HeaD­PHoNeS

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Sony re­leased its MDR1-AM2 head­phones, which fea­ture newly-de­vel­oped 40mm driv­ers and Fi­bonacci-pat­terned ear cups, at CES 2018. Sony claims the new driv­ers have a high-fre­quency re­sponse that ex­tends to 100kHz. ‘ This pair of head­phones has taken learn­ings from the Sig­na­ture Se­ries head­phones, the MDR-Z1R, and fol­lows the same im­pres­sive sound sig­na­ture,’ said Laura Hunter, of Sony. ‘ The head­phones are lighter than their pre­de­ces­sor—the MDR-1A head- phones that launched in 2014—which is a great ad­van­tage if you are wear­ing them on the go, and with this pair you can en­joy wear­ing your aroundear head­phones for longer, with ear pads that have been spe­cially de­signed for last­ing com­fort.’

Sony specs the MDR1-AM2 with a fre­quency range of 3Hz–100kHz, a sen­si­tiv­ity of 98dBSPL/mW and an im­ped­ance of 16Ω. The head­phones come with two ca­bles, a stan­dard 3.5mm ca­ble with re­mote and a 4.4mm balanced con­nec­tion head­phone ca­ble, suit­able for use with com­pat­i­ble de­vices.

For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Sony at

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