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Sony launches the "Signature Series" range for audiophiles at home and on the go

Reference quality goods for demanding listeners.
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For their 70th Anniversary, Sony is looking back to its heritage in audio with its new Signature Series audio products. At the core of the lineup is their new high-resolution Walkman that features a gold-plated copper chassis that isn't just for looks, but is used for reducing contact resistance, oxidation, and magnetic interference. 

A dual clock circuit with low phase noise quartz oscillator gives you accurate and distortion-free sound quality at all volumes and it supports pretty much every high-res music format out there.

Complementing the Walkman is their new MDR-Z1R headphone that sports 70mm, magnesium dome HD drivers that deliver an incredibly wide frequency response. You've also got a special housing to eliminate resonance and a titanium headband is lightweight, flexible, and ultra durable. For home listening, Sony is releasing their TA-ZH1E headphone amp that features their new D.A. Hybrid Amplifier Circuit and a Frame/Beam/Wall chassis to reduce any potential vibration. 


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