There is certainly no shortage of noise-cancelling headphones on the market, but the Sony MDR-1000X model looks to provide users with an experience unlike what has been seen before.
Featuring the all-new Personal NC Optimizer, the Sony MDR-1000X headphones are capable of analyzing the wearer and taking personal data information into account. In other words, the Sony MDR-1000X headphones will analyze one's head, their hair style, if they wear glasses and even in what way they wear their headphones. From here, the headphones will deliver auditory feedback that is customized to the exact specifications and needs of the wearer.
The Sony MDR-1000X noise-cancelling headphones are set to launch in October of this year in gray beige and black color options at a cost of $399 per pair.
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