Deal: Sony MDR-XB650BT $78 & Sony MDR-XB950BT $128 - 6/16/16

If you are in the market for a new pair of Bluetooth headphones, then the Sony MDR range is always worth checking out. This is a popular Bluetooth headphones range and largely due to their competitive pricing and their great sound quality. Of the range, the Sony MDR-XB650BT and the Sony MDR-XB950BT are both currently worth checking out as they are both currently on sale.

For those looking for the most affordable option, the Sony MDR-XB650BT are the ones. These normally retail around the $129.99 marker, however, they are currently available for only $78 and for that price, they are a great purchase. These are headphones which comes equipped with 30 mm drivers, make use of a frequency response of 20 Hz–20,000 Hz and a sensitivity of 95 dB. These are Bluetooth-enabled headphones and can also make use of NFC to establish a connection. The battery on offer is one which is rated to offer up to 30 hours of usage between charges and to further add to their value, the MDR-XB650BT are currently available in a choice of either black, blue or red color options.

In contrast, those looking for a more premium MDR option, will want to take a look at the Sony MDR-XB950BT. These are headphones which normally retail around the $199 marker, however, they are also on sale and currently available for only $128 - essentially the normal price of the MDR-XB650BT headphones. However, the MDR-XB950BT come with a number of notable improvements including 40 mm drivers, a frequency response of 3–28,000 Hz and a sensitivity of 102 dB. These are also Bluetooth and NFC-enabled and come with a battery which offers up to 20 hours of use between charges. In terms of the options, the MDR-XB950BT are also currently available in either a black, blue or red color.

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