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Sony Launches Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones In India

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Sony Launched Noise Cancelling Headphones in India at the starting price tag of Rs 14,990

Sony Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones: Sony India on Friday launched four new wireless headphones to expand its portfolio in the Indian market. The WH-1000XM2, WH-H900N, WF-1000X and WI-1000X have been priced at Rs 29,990, Rs 18,990, Rs 14,990 and Rs 21,990, respectively and highlight a premium design, refined sound and some notable features like noise cancellation and atmospheric pressure optimising, among others.

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To recall, three of these wireless headphones were launched at IFA 2017, with the WF-1000X being Sony’s rival to Apple’s AirPods. The latter two headphones are already available in India, while the first two will go on sale from December 14.

WH-1000XM2, WF-1000X, and WI-1000X come with Sony technology known as Sense Engine which will offer ‘adaptive sound control’ to deliver a personalised experience for every type of audio, including music and ambient noise, based on the surroundings.

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Taking about battery life, the Sony WH-1000XM2 have been believed to last 40 hours with 30 hours or a sound cable. The Quick Charge function pumps in 70 minutes of battery life of charging in 10 minutes.

The Sony WF-1000X includes a charging case – just like the AirPods – for up to nine hours of usage.

The Sony WH-H900N and WH-1000XM2 include a Quick Care Mode that delivers a way to control listening experience. The latter headphones bring feature an style.

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Sony also unveiled a companion program called Headphones Connect App that additionally uses the accelerometer to detect user action, and detects the environment the user is using the headset, to fine-tune the listening experience for your consumer. The cans will retail in the country at all Sony Centers and electronics shops.