At the IFA 2019 in Berlin, Sony has introduced two new models of headphones: the WI-1000XM2 in-ear with a flexible silicone rim and the compact patch model WH-H910N.
Sony WI-1000XM2 with an inclined sound design have received QN1 HD-processor with noise reduction function, which helps to drown out extraneous sounds even in the cabin. Headphones are equipped with a hybrid speaker system consisting of a 9-mm dynamic and reinforcing emitters.
The battery life of the WI-1000XM3 wireless headphones comes in at 10 hours, which isn’t an improvement on their predecessors.
The Sony WI-1000XM3 wireless headphones won’t be available until January 2020, but we know they’ll cost £300 in the UK, which works out at around $300
The headphones are equipped with an advanced noise reduction system. Dual Noise Sensor technology allows you to identify and neutralize noise, and the Adaptive Sound Control function – automatically change the sound settings depending on the surrounding environment.
On a single charge, the model is able to work up to 35 hours. The Quick Charge function allows you to extend playback time by 2.5 hours in 10 minutes of quick recharging.
Sony has announced that the WH-H910N will be available starting in December 2019, with a price of £250 / $310