Sony’s Newest Headphones Don’t Look Too Shabby
Sony has been scrapping to make a come back and apparently so far so good. Perhaps in an attempt to solidify their supposed comeback, they kicked out 3 new headphones that aren’t looking too shabby.
First up is the DR-350USB, a USB PC headphone with a boom, 30mm drivers and is available in black, red and gold. It has a built-in boom mic and a set of in-line controls for manipulating volume as well as a quick mute button. The appear pads appear to be slender in shape, so let’s hope they can put out some decent bass.
Next up is the DR-320DPV. It forgoes the USB jack for what I presume is a 3.5mm headphone jack. The inline volume control is limited to a jog dial (no mute function), has a mic built-in to the headset and the phones come in Gold, Blue, Red and Black.
Last up is a pink headphone, the R-310DPV. It’s looks pretty minimalist and sports an inline mic and some volume controls as well as a mute button.
As of now pricing is unknown, but don’t expect the DR-350USB, DR-320DPV or the R-310DPV to hit US shores any time soon. Word is that they’ll be hitting the Asian countries first and then who knows where.