Sony MDR-1RBT

Sony's MDR-1RBT is a pair of wireless, closed-back, over-the-ear headphones that is part of the Prestige line of headphones designed for wideband audio reproduction and features Bluetooth 3.0, NFC pairing, and is quoted with a 30-hour battery life. The MDR-1RBT has 40mm neodymium drivers, a 4Hz-80,000Hz frequency response range, and charges via Micro USB.

  • Status: Available
  • Availability date: November 2012
  • Price at launch: $399.00

Basic Specs

Alias MDR-1RBT Prestige
Design Over-the-ear
Physical attachment Vertical
Connection type Wireless (Bluetooth 3.0 + HS)

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Tech Specs

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Alias MDR-1RBT Prestige
Hardware
Weight 0.65 pounds
Color Black
Design Over-the-ear
Physical attachment Vertical
Connection type Wireless (Bluetooth 3.0 + HS)
NFC Yes
Makes phone calls Yes
Audio
Drivers per ear 1
Microphone Yes
Impedance 48 Ω
Frequency response (low) 4 Hz
Frequency response (high) 80000 Hz
Power
Quoted use time 30 hr
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