Sony debuts wireless DB-BT101 headphones, and MDR-EX36SC two-in-one headphones

Headphones / Earphones

sony-db-bt101-wireless-headphones.jpgThis morning, Sony quietly added the DB-BT101s to its online catalogue. These rather attractive phones are wireless, and connect via Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, so they’ll happily work alongside a bluetooth laptop, PDA, mobile phone or MP3 player.

Those are the all the details we’ve got right now, but they do look lovely, so here’s hoping they’ll get some sort of Western release, along with some tangible specs, in the near future. Until then, you’ll have to keep yourself content with that beautiful picture. Print it out and have it next to you on your pillow at night, or something.

These are the MDR-EX36SC in-ear headphones, also from Sony. What’s notable about them though, is their protective case, which can double as an external speaker for you to plug whatever sound source you like into. Again, there’s no release info or specs associated with this.

Novelty or immensely useful combo device? Have your say in the comments.

(via Akihabara News)

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Duncan Geere
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