Sony H.ear


The Sony MDR-100ABN h.ear on Wireless headphones are made for the buyer who wants everything. They have the eye-catching looks of a set of street headphones, and also include wireless functionality and active noise cancellation.

This is the holy trinity for folk wanting headphones for use while out and about. However, as is always the case with such tech-heavy headphones, it is possible to get better sound quality from a simpler alternative. Nevertheless, The Sony MDR-100ABN h.ear on Wireless is the full package, with a sensible price to boot.

Breathtaking sound never looked so good with these wireless Bluetooth headphones with digital noise cancelling that combine High-Resolution sound compatibility, striking design and long-listening comfort. Easy, one-touch connectivity. No distracting background noise. No annoying cables. Just the pure, authentic sound. Get ready to lose yourself in the music.

The Sony MDR-100ABN h.ear on Wireless may sound like on-ear headphones from the name alone, but they’re actually full-sized units. The ear pads sit around your ears, not on them.

Experience digital music to the fullest with High-Resolution Audio. By capturing music at a higher rate than CD, increasing both audio samples per second and the bit-rate accuracy of each sample, High-Resolution Audio offers an uncompromised rendition of an artist’s music. Savor every breath and subtle movement for a truly emotional experience.

Digital Noise Cancelling reduces a variety of ambient noise when listening to music. Two microphones built in to the headphones, one outside and one inside the housing, work with the digital noise cancelling engine to cut out unwanted sound.

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