Sony launches new base heavy Bluetooth Headphones in India

Sony India unveiled MDR-XB650BT in a vast array of colours: Black, Blue and Red. A treat for music lovers, the MDR-XB650BT delivers powerful ‘EXTRA BASS’ wirelessly, packed with Bluetooth, NFC for one-touch connection with smartphone and 30hrs long battery life.

Considering the increased demand of Bluetooth headphones in more price competent range, Sony India expanded its extra bass Bluetooth line-up further by introducing MDR-XB650BT which comes with a 30mm driver, incorporated bass booster structure and dedicated ‘EXTRA BASS’ diaphragm.

Keeping you wire-free, One-touch Bluetooth connection and music playback is offered via NFC. Compatible with AAC and aptX Bluetooth codecs, it enables a premium audio quality sound even when listening wirelessly.


The headphones ( check my site for options) have been designed specifically to enhance the playback for deep bass. This headphones was designed for comfortability and performance, with a deep bass output that you will surely love. Fitting with an increased contact surface area, it achieves a stable fit that can withstand the punchy and deep bass notes. The ear pads have a soft texture and fit close to the skin, achieving wearing comfort and well-balanced sound. The swivel structure design enables the housing section to be folded flat, making them easy to store and convenient to carry around wherever you go.

With 30 hours of continuous music playback rechargeable anywhere via USB, the MDR-XB650BT is priced at Rs 7,990 and is available in all Sony Center and major electronic stores across India.

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