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Sony launches MDR range of headphones for personal entertainment

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Sony launched MDR – Music Deserves Respect, its range of headphones for personal entertainment, in collaboration with Siedles (Pvt) Ltd & Singer Sri Lanka PLC on the 6th of November at Park Street Mews, Colombo. 

With its new range of personal audio products, Sony reignites the fire in its audio line-up in Sri Lanka, bringing you stylish headphones and a Walkman with a distinct finish and a vast array of colours that allows you to match your style. Revel in your music like never before as High-Resolution Audio brings your favorite tunes so much closer to the true sound the artist originally intended. This combination of quality and design elevates both Sony’s new “h.ear on” headband-type headphones, “h.ear in NC1” Noise Cancelling (NC) in-ear headphones, “h.ear in1” in-ear headphones, and Walkman to become a true statement of musical style and personality. This high resolution personal audio range will be available at all main Siedles & Singer outlets around the country.

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