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Introducing new Sony wireless headphones called Ear Duo


Say hello to a new set of new Sony wireless headphones, named Xperia Ear Duo. It supports voice commands and has protection from water, among other features.

In a world of smart devices from phones to wristwatches where the consumer is spoilt for choice comes another addition to the smart family – Sony Xperia Ear Duo which connects you to the world. Imagine an earphone that allows you to hear sounds from your surroundings while still listening to your favourite music. Yes, you heard right and there’s more to this cool device.


According to Sony, the Xperia Ear Duo does not block the ear canal, which makes it possible to hear your music and environment simultaneously.  What the earphone does is to adjust the volume so you can hear other sounds around you. Through the “Spatial Acoustic Conductor” developed by Sony’s in-house tech incubator, Future Lab Program, it allows sound generated behind the ear by the unit’s driver to be transmitted directly into the ear.

Key Features of the new Sony wireless headphones

Specifications of the Sony Xperia Ear Duo include:


Think of a smartphone or smartwatch but rather than having a visual display, you have functions delivered to your ears through audio. The Sony Xperia Ear Duo is a one-tap voice assistance that gives you audio notifications, send and reply messages, make calls, play music and switch effortlessly among these functions without touching a button.

With an adaptive volume control and echo and wind noise cancellation, Sony Xperia Ear Duo delivers audio clarity. It has a talk time of 2.5 hours and 4 hours of listening time, hosts applications available on Google Play/iTunes App Store, supports Bluetooth 4.2 LE connectivity and is powered by core battery units of 56 mAh capacity each. The Sony Xperia Ear Duo truly offers something different from the regular wireless earphones.

This Sony wireless headphones package is set at a price of $279 and comes in Black and Gold colour. It is ideal for sporting activities such as running and cycling.

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