Sony added 4 headphones models and two wireless speakers to its EXTRA BASS model line.
I must say that it’s nice to see that the company is still adapting to modern consumer needs, since the new gear is,: “made for today’s heavy-hitting bass lines and dropping beats”.
A quick rundown, roughly arranged by MSRP starts with the MDR-XB950N1. The flagship wireless model (the one depicted in the picture) is rated for up to 22 hours of playback, has a mic on board and active noise cancellation. The MDR-XB950B1 is basically the same product, minus the noise reduction and with a shorter 18 hour battery life.
Moving on to the wired models – the MDR-XB550AP is an on-ear model, with in-line mic and a wide selection of color options. And last, but not least, the MDR-XB510AS are earbuds, complete with water resistance and geared towards sports use.
Moving on to the speakers. First are the SRS-XB40, SRS-XB30 and SRS-XB20 models. They all bear the same features and classic rectangular design, complete with customizable color lights, for a club-like effect. The Bluetooth speakers are also water-resistant, so a splash here and there should be fine and can be chained wirelessly together to increase volume. The key difference between the three models is size and battery. The top of the line 40 model measures 4 inches by 11 inches and then the other two bump that down to 3 inches by 9 inches and 2.5-inches by 8 inches, respectively.
Then there is the cylindrical SRS-XB10. It measures 3 by 3.5 inches, has a convenient strap for attachment and boasts 16 hours of battery life. Bluetooth and NFC are also part of the mix, just like on the SRS-XB40 line.
How To Compare Phones And Check Prices Before Buying
Hello guys, I’ve been a bit slow in updating this part of the blog and it’s because I’ve been working really hard to add a How To Compare Phones And Check Prices feature.
How To Compare Phones
I just added a price and spec comparison feature to this blog. You can compare phone specs and prices then buy it if there’s a link to the store available in the option. –
I normally go to e-commerce stores and pick out the lowest prices so you get the best value for your money. Regular blog post updates would resume immediately.
Thanks for being an amazing reader.
Combo VPN MTN Settings: Browse For Free On MTN Using This New Setting
Combo VPN MTN Settings allow you to browse for free on the MTN Network. We all love free data and of course, there’s a reason why it’s not too common, that’s why I’m here.😀
To give you information on free and affordable data plans so you don’t get ripped off by our internet service providers. So without further ado let’s get down to business.
Combo VPN MTN Settings For Browsing Free
What You’ll Need
- An MTN sim without data
- Default MTN APN settings
- An Android Phone
First Download Combo VPN Here – Download Combo VPN
- Open the app, then tap on Combo Settings and configure this way.
- Turn on Stealth Tunnel
- Connection protocol – TCP
- Connection Port – 443
- Turn on the switch for Connect via parent proxy
- Edit and set parent proxy as 10.199.212.2 and 8080 as port
- Turn on the switch for Custom TCP/http header
- Edit Custom TCP/http headers
- URL/host: datareset.mtnonline.com
- Request method: CONNECT
- Injection method: Normal
- Tick keep-alive and user-agent
- Press Generate and Validate and Save.
- Save all settings and Connect
This works without data or Airtime 0.0k on your MTN line and it is capped. It is capped around 50Mb to 100Mb daily. It renews daily.
If it stops, simply open the Combo app again and change URL/host to smartapp.mtnnigeria.net:8080
If you are an mpulse user and you have mpulse data, then open the Combo app again and change the URL/host to mtn.pass.ng.