Sony unveils MDR-ZX750BN headphones with Bluetooth and NFC

High-end wireless headphones with 98 per cent noice-cancellation

Sony has unveiled the new MDR-ZX series of headphones with the flagship being the MDR-ZX750BN boasting Bluetooth and NFC connectivity

Sony has revealed its new MDR-ZX series of headphones including the Sony MDR-ZX750BN which feature Bluetooth for wireless streaming and NFC allowing you to connect the Xperia Z2 (opens in new tab) just by touching the phone to the headphones.

The new headphones feature a built-in Lithium-ion rechargeable battery that Sony claims should give you around 13-hours of non-stop music with noise-cancelling enabled.

Sound-quality is given a boost thanks to large 40mm drivers which should promise a wide dynamic range whilst noise-cancelling looks to remove 98 per cent of ambient sound.

Of course nothing says the future like talking to your headphones which is why there's a high-quality mic built in so you can take calls without ever having to take your phone out of your pocket.

The MDR-ZX750BN will be available from April along with the rest of the new MDR-ZX series of headphones, no word on pricing just yet but we'll update this post as soon as we have it.

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