In meeting, today’s creative and production-ready equipment standards, Sony announces headphones tailored for sound engineers, music creators and all-round music fanatics.
The tech corporation seems ready to deliver in 2023 as the MDR-MV1 headphones are not the only thing coming from Sony.
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A new microphone for home studios known as the C-80, a uni-directional condenser microphone, ideal for voice recording, instrumental recording, vlogging, webcasting and podcasting is making its debut mid-May following a unique lineup of heritage from Sony’s C-800G and popular C-100.
Suitable for mixing and mastering, the MDR-MV1 are a series of headphones from Sony with competitive hi-resolution quality.
Perfect for a home studio or professional studio these MDR-MV1 reflect some of Sony’s crisp sound quality heritage to cater durability as well as the ability to reproduce sound the way it’s supposed to be heard.
“We are seeing a demand for immersive headphones aligned with the rise in spatial sound and high-quality streaming music services in the Middle East and Africa region,” says Jobin Joejoe, Deputy Managing Director, Sony MEA.
He says the new headphones provide comfort, long-term durability and the ability to accurately reproduce sounds, so users can listen as the artist intended them to be heard.
The MDR-MV1 come in high resolution nuanced sound with a wide frequency range.
The headphones provide a seamless way to stream, listen create quality music in the manner intended.
The MDR-MV1 include a detachable cable with machined aluminum connectors and a stereo mini-jack adapter for ease of use in a professional setup.
According to Sony the MDR-MV1 will be in the middle east and Africa mid-May 2023 alongside the C-80 microphone.
From a fleet of almost similar predecessors comes the C-80 microphone perfect for the beginner and expert music composer.
Its reported to come with a rich mid-range which provides clear vocal sound which stands out even when mixed with other instruments.
Think realistic sound production, since that was Sony’s thinking behind the C-80.
Apparently the C-80 microphone inherits the C-800G’s essence in using a microphone capsule from the C-100 microphone and a two part metallic anti vibrational body structure used in the C-800G.
The C80 prevents microphone body acoustic vibration, which means low background noise and clear sound.
Producers are more likely to get more quality sound without the instability when recording voices.