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The MDR-XB950N1, Sony's flagship Extra Bass wireless headphone, includes active noise cancellation and ships this spring in multiple color options.
The MDR-XB950N1 is green.
The MDR-XB950N1 has a foldable design and comes with a carrying pouch. No word yet on pricing.
The top-of-the-line SRS-XB40 has the most advanced lighting effects of Sony's new Bluetooth speakers.
You can mix and match, linking up to 10 of the various new speakers together.
The XB30 is a little smaller than the XB40, but also features lighting effects.
The speakers can be linked wirelessly or paired up in twos in stereo mode.
This the SRS-XB20, which is a little more compact than the XB30 and feature more limited lighting effects. All the speakers are water-resistant.
The XB20 comes in multiple color options. No word on pricing yet.
The supercompact SRS-XB10 doesn't have lighting effects and can't be linked to other speakers in the line.
The speaker in white.
The SRS-XB10 is designed for use on the go.
The wireless MDR-XB950B1 looks similar to the MDR-XB950N1, but doesn't feature noise cancelling.
The MDR-XB550AP is a wired on-ear model.
Sony MDR-550AP has a foldable design.
Sony's new wired in-ear sports headphone, the MDR-XB510AS.
It comes in multiple color options.
The headphone is water-resistant.
The headphone's ear fins are designed to lock the bud securely in your ear.
The Sony MDR-550AP in action.