Sony WF-XB700 TWE And WH-CH710N NC Headphones Announced

    Sony has launched two new products – Sony WF-XB700 True Wireless earphones and WH-CH710N noise-canceling headphones in the US. The earphone lands under ‘XB’ family which is known for producing excellent bass, while the WH-CH710N claims to give out good noise cancellation with its Artificial Intelligence Noise Cancelation (AINC).

    Sony WF-XB700 True Wireless Earphone

    The Sony WF-XB700 features EXTRA BASS technology that creates punchy bass rhythms while maintaining vocal clarity, which is perfect for who loves EDM. This earphone is designed with an ergonomic tri-hold structure that provide for a comfortable fit.

    Sony WF XB700 earphones 1

    The earphone is rated IPX4 water resistance and has quick charge technology that can provide for 60 mins of playback in just 10 mins of charge, while the total listening time with the charging case is 18 hours.

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    Sony WH-CH710N Noise Canceling Headphones

    The WH-CH710N is part of Sony’s upper mid-range ANC headphones the comes with an adjustable metal slider, NFC and soft oval-shaped earpads. This new headphone features newer Artificial Intelligence Noise Cancelation that works with its dual microphones to continuously analyze the environment to set the best noise-canceling mode.

    Sony WH CH710N headphones 1

    The WH-CH710N features quick charging, i.e. 60 mins with 10 mins of charging. The company claims that this headphone can give a total listening time of 35 hours.

    The Sony WF-XB700 will be priced at $129.99 (~ Rs 9,905) and will be available in black and blue colors. While the WH-CH710N will retail at $199.99 (~ Rs 15,239) and will come only in black. Both products will go on pre-sale from April 2020.


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