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Sony announces new IEMS and premium headphones

Sony announced three new audio gears with the MDR-Z7M2 premium headphones, IER-M9 and IER-M7 in-ear stage monitor earphones.
Sony MDR-Z7M2
Sony MDR-Z7M2

First off, the MDR-Z7M2 is an over-the-ear headphones that is a follow-up to the MDR-Z7. It inherits a lot of MDR-Z1R's tech from the Signature series such as the Fibonacci-patterned grill and the 4.4mm connection cable. It has a 70mm HD driver with aluminum-coated Kiquid Crystal Polymer diaphragm. 

The MDR-Z7M2 offers a wide frequency response, dynamic range, and linear plane wave that works to give listeners a realistic sound reproduction for music instruments and voices. It also has a 3D and spatial sound experience alike to a live music space.

It also has a Beat Response Control which is a special acoustic port on the housing that controls airflow behind the driver and optimizes diaphragm movement during reproduction of low frequencies. It also comes with two different cables. It has a standard unbalanced cable and a balanced connection cable. Connection is secured via a screw lock-ring mechanism.
Sony IER-M9 and IER-M7
Sony IER-M9 and IER-M7

In terms of the In-Ear stage monitors, the IER-M9 and IER-M7 are Sony's debut products. Both of these in-ear monitors are designed to deliver sound quality that is similar to those used by professionals when they perform on stage. It can provide great sound isolation and stable fit to avoid the headphones falling off during your performance.

Both the M9 and M7 has the multi balance armature (BA) system that can give the best tonal balance for stage monitoring. The M9 has a Penta BA system (5 BA/5 way) with a super tweeter while the M7 has a Quad BA system (4 BA/4 way). This will help distinguish different tones during performance and produce harmony.

The MDR-Z7M2 will be available in select Asia Pacific countries starting September 2018.

The IER-M9 and IER M7 is set to be officially available this August 2018.

Stay tuned for the official PH SRPs of the above-mentioned headphones.

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