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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Business Side of Sony

Do you think you can't affort the new US$700 Sony MDR-EX1000 but really love the design? Here is something more reasonably priced: The new MDR-EX800ST, at MSRP of US$300 and meant for business user in pro-music setting (i.e. recording studio). The spec is very similar to that of EX1000 (but not identical), and it seems this model doesn't have the liquid crystal diaphragm (from the lack of mentioning in the press release). The design does look a little dull compared to the new shiny EX line, but that is traditional to all Sony business-use headphone. Hey it is cheaper, so no complain there.

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