Sony Launches New Wireless Noise Quashing Earbuds

Sony Launches New Wireless Noise Quashing Earbuds

Sony has launched a brand new product in wireless headphone range on Friday. The cordless headphones, i.e., earbuds possess noise cancellation. According to the company, it is the next level of silence. The exclusive Sony earbuds arrive with an HD Noise Cancelling Processor QN1e chip. Even more, the wireless headphone has Dual Noise Sensor Technology. All in all, noise canceling capabilities of the earbuds is one the most impressive feature which makes it the best wireless headphone. The latest Sony WF-1000XM3 features a premium portable design language and Bluetooth wireless technology.

The new earbuds are basically a compact version of the re-engineered WH-1000XM3 headphones launched formerly. As for the particulars, it can function for up to eight hours on a single charge. Apart from this, it has three times charges from the charging case, for up to 32 hours of playtime. In short, the user can charge the buds roughly around three times off the case. It also includes a 6mm driver unit which offers rich and quality sound. The wireless headphones come with a Quick Attention function which facilitates users to answer calls easily without removing their headphones. The company touts one of the notable features, i.e., a modern classic design that fits safely in the ears of the users.

The Sony WF-1000XM3 headphones have a perfect blend of technologies like multi-talented HD Noise Cancelling Processor QN1e along with Digital Noise Cancelling, 24bit Audio Signal Processing, and a Digital-to-Analog converter with headphone amplifier. The company has offered the combination to provide sound with minimum distortion. Most importantly, the magnetic charging case assists users to place their earbuds back into the charging case. Even more, the wireless headphones come with a USB Type-C cable that will ease users in charging the case quickly. In case of availability, users will have two color options – back and platinum silver for the Sony WF-1000MX3 earbuds. The headphones will arrive in the market with a price of $399.95.

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