Sony unveils digital Noise Canceling MDR-NC300D Earbuds at the CES 2010.
Ideal for business travelers, daily commuters, office workers or others seeking the highest quality in noise-canceling technology, the Sony MDR-NC300D Digital Noise Canceling Earbuds offer 98.4% noise reduction and superb sound quality.
The MDR-NC300D earbuds were designed to integrate Sony’s digital noise canceling technology into a comfortable, travel-friendly earbud design.
he high-end headphones feature Artificial Intelligence (AI) noise canceling, which automatically selects the optimal noise cancellation mode based on outside environment, such as a plane, bus/train or office. For adjusting volume, settings, and the monitor function - which mutes the headphone to hear announcements - the headphones come equipped with a convenient controller.
Further, the MDR-NC300D headphones feature vertical-in-the-ear style earbuds with 7 different sizes, ensuring a comfortable wearing experience for a wide variety of users. The advanced earbud model also has an exceptionally long rated battery life of 20 hours per AA battery.
The Sony MDR-NC300D Digital Noise Cancelling Earbuds will be available for about $300 starting in February 2010.
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