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Aug 30, 2011

Sony MDR-DS7500 Headphones Promise 3D Sound

Are you settling for non-3D sound to go with all of your 3D movies? You should be ashamed of yourself. Thankfully, Sony's looking out for you. The company's new MDR-DS7500 headphones promise 3D surround sound, thanks in part to the inclusion of Dolby Pro Logic IIz technology. 

The headphones have a number of different sound settings, serving different audio needs, including Cinema Mode, Game Mode, and Voice Mode. Also, that extra padding assures that they'll play nicely with your 3D glasses. The headphones will be hitting Japan on October 10th, running ¥49,350 ($643) for the full package and ¥24,675 ($321) for additional headphones. Extra dimensions don't come cheap, after all.
 
 

8 comments:

NameBrands said...

haha those are some pricey cans.

1904 Blogger said...

$643 wow

i cant imagine watching tv and playing games with headphones and glasses on the entire time

Sub-Radar-Mike said...

Really gimmicky, almost borderline scam... 3d sound is created by the recording process, not the speaker system... it'd be like having a 3d TV that only plays certain movies in 3d, and those movies would be in 3d regardless of whether or not you had the TV for it.

Jordan Vargas said...

Wow, that's pretty expensive.

Agustin Creevy said...

sounds amazingg!! (both ways haha) but yeah, pretty expensive

Dylanthulhu said...

Heh heh, this comes after Psychostick's newest album is reported to be in 3D. XD

Mochileiro said...

$643 for simulate 3d sound? No thanks.

Superdonkey said...

maybe if i was loaded.