Deal: Save $50 On The Sony MDR-1000X Bluetooth Headphones - 12/19/16

If you are in the market for a new high-end pair of Bluetooth headphones, then it is currently worth checking out the Sony MDR-1000X/B headphones. These are the Bluetooth version of the popular MDR-1000X headphones and typically retail for $399.99 directly from Sony and other online retailers. However, Amazon currently has the Sony MDR-1000X/B headphones on sale for only $349.99. A straight saving of $50. It is also worth pointing out that Prime members will be able to get these through Prime delivery including Free One-Day delivery. So there is still time to pick these headphones up as a last minute gift for Christmas.

In terms of the actual headphones, the Sony MDR-1000X/B headphones come equipped with 1.57-inch dome type drivers which also make use of aluminum-coated diaphragms - which looks to reduce the level of distortion to a minimum. The frequency response is listed as 4 Hz - 40,000 Hz and these headphones come with a battery which is rated to offer up to 20 hours of playback before needing to be recharged again. It is also worth noting that these are High-Resolution Audio compatible headphones, for those looking for an improved level of audio sound quality. Head through the link below to find out more or order the Sony MDR-1000X/B headphone for only $349.99.

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