Sony introduces new wireless headphone noise reduction active

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It is an output to the tunes of catch-up to Sony, which had somewhat neglected his arrival on the market of the true wireless. As the former models offered by the brand, the new headphones wireless WF-1000XM3 come in their traditional housing of the refill. On the design side, the brand has yet again decided to review its copie, with a form that the japanese manufacturer promises a more ergonomic, notably by offering a maintaining more stable in the ear, as well as seven different sizes of ear tips and a non-slip surface.

Of headphones, primarily for an urban audience, which have a powerful function ANC (noise canceling active), promising a sound that is always fluid and clear, even in transit or in the middle of the street. Equipped with a processor QN1e, the new headphones of the brand also incorporates two microphones for headset, designed to capture the ambient noise external to the “mutate”, sending the spectrum inverse in the ear. Wireless, compact and lightweight, the headphones work independently of the other through the use of a Bluetooth antenna 5.0 built-in, which promises a connection is always stable, without interference or shift in the case of viewing video. Thanks to their disks touch panel control located on its outer side, it is also possible to order directly the headphones, without having to go out consistently with his smartphone. A good point in transit. Note that each touch control is fully configurable from the application dedicated Sony Headphones Connect.

With an autonomy announced 8 hours when the ANC is turned off, and 6 hours with the noise reduction function enabled, the new wireless headphones from Sony should offer users a number of beautiful listening sessions, in perspective, all the more as the charging case promises three full charges before requiring any recharge via USB port-C. Available now from resellers usual, the WF-1000XM3 Sony are displayed at 250€.