Sony’s Personal Field Speakers Require Complicated Explanation


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Personal Field Speakers

Are you tired of not having to explain how your headphones work? Are you looking for replacement headphones that will make it look like you are wearing braces from the 60′s? If you answered yes to either of these questions, Sony’s PFR-V1 Personal Field Speakers might just be the only way for you to spend $500. Using an exceptionally complex method to deliver sound to your ears, these headphones promise a new level of portable audio quality.

Whenever you wear the band on your head, the speakers will look as though they are floating right in front of your ears, courtesy of the silicone rubber fittings on the band. Audio is then directed from the front of the speakers toward your ear canal for an optimum listening experience. While mid- and high-range audio frequencies are aimed toward the outer ear, the ear canal will receive bass frequency sound delivered directly through the extended bass reflex ducts.

Wow, isn’t that something? Personally, I am just glad that they are black. I am sick of my white headphones always showing up on my black silloutette while I dance to trendy music in front of a brightly colored background. Sick of it.

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