Sony announced two new wireless headphones, WH-CH720N e WH-CH520: one circumaural and one supraaural. Two different products in terms of functions and uses, but united by the attention to sound that Sony has accustomed us to.
Sony WH-CH720N and WH-CH520, two new wireless headphones
The WH-CH720N headphones integrate the technology Dual Noise Sensor e il chip Integrated Processor V1 by Sony, so as to reduce noise and put music at the center instead. Think that you can adjust the ambient noise up to 20 levels.
They weigh only 192 grams and they have a battery that lasts 35 ore with the noise canceling function turned on. With the‘Sony | Headphones Connect potete adjust the sound to the best, as well as have crystal clear phone conversations even on the move with the Wind Noise Reduction.
Instead, the WH-CH520 they have truly record-breaking autonomy: they arrive up to 50 hours of listening. And with the padded headband and supra-aural earpads, you can listen to music for a really long time without getting tired. The model also has built-in microphones that reduce ambient noise, for top-notch calls.
Both models have the Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE) to preserve the audio quality and also have a Multipoint connection to facilitate the connection between devices. Both have voice commands and you can connect them to your smartphone with Swift Pair e Fast Pair.
Both arrive in March 2023, in plastic-free packaging — and the headphones themselves have recycled plastic inside. The WH-CH720N will be available in black, blue and white, while the WH-CH520 arrive in black, blue, white and beige.