Sony shows off wireless Bluetooth headphones
Sony’s made itself a bit of a name around here for steadfastly producing headphone models that don’t really excite but still sell well. Today it’s announced some mostly unexciting Bluetooth headphones.
Both models use Bluetooth 2.1 to communicate with your phone or MP3 player. The DR-BT100CX are in-ear and have a little dongle to control volume and skip tracks as well as answering or rejecting phone calls. They feature eight hours of playback time and are recharged via USB.
The BT101s have a headband design and pack 30mm neodymium drivers. There’s twelve hours of playback in the onboard battery and again it recharges via USB. Both models support A2DP, AVRCP, HFP and HSP Bluetooth profiles and are available to order right now from Sony Style.