Sony Noise Cancellation Headphones Unveiled With Advanced Features

Sony WF-1000X

Sony has launched a wide range of noise cancellation headphones starting at Rs. 14990. The company has released four new models such as WF-1000X, WH-H900N, WI-1000X and WH-1000XM2. While WF-1000X is priced at Rs. 14990, the WH-H900N will be made available at Rs. 18990.

The Sony noise cancellation headphones with model number WI-1000X is priced at Rs. 21990, while the WH-1000XM2 is available at Rs. 29990. The headphones will be available in all retail and online stores across India within the next few days. As you can see, the cost of the headphones is costly when compared to standard headphone units.

If you are unaware, Sony has released three wireless headphones in IFA 2017. However, the WF-1000X is more or less equivalent to the Apple AirPods. You will be able to buy Black color variant of all the wireless headphones. However, the WH-1000MX2 model is available in Gold color option in addition to Black.

The main highlight of the Sony WH-1000XM2 and WI-1000X is that the headphone makes use of atmospheric pressure to optimize the noise cancellation performance. The mechanism works with the help of air pressure. The WH-1000XM2, WF-1000X, and WI-1000X ships with Sense Engine technology to provide an adaptive sound control based on the ambient surrounding environment.

During the launch event, Sony disclosed that the Sony WH-1000XM2 is capable of delivering 40 hours of backup via wired mode and 30 hours on the wireless platform. Sony has bundled a charging case along with WF-1000X headphone and also offers 9 hours of usage.

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The Quick Attention Mode integrated with the Sony WH-1000XM2 and WH-H900N is capable of delivering advanced listening experience wherever you go. Unlike other competing headphones, the newly launched accessories also ships with Headphones Connect App that automatically detects the surrounding environment. It also makes use of the accelerometer to detect user activity.

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