Sony really wants you to hear them out when it comes new their new noise-canceling headphones and you probably should.
The brand unveiled the latest addition to their noise-canceling headphone family, the WH-1000xM2 and it comes with some impressive new tricks.
For a very reasonbale $350, which is actually $50 cheaper than the original MDX-1000x headphones Sony promises a very high-quality wireless experience. Sony already boasts about having industry-leading noise cancellation technology and the WH-1000xM2 looks to cement that status with its unique abilities.
Let’s jump into the specs, the WH-1000xM2 will utilize smart listening that promises to not only improve the noise-canceling power but make it more adaptive tailored specifically to your life. Thanks to Sony’s Sense Engine, the WH-1000xM2 offers improved ambient noise control which will allow you to block out sounds and but still hear voices thanks to different settings.
The Sense Engine will utilize feedback microphones located on the inside and outside of the headphones to help attain premium noise-canceling capabilities. The WH-1000xM2 also will have Atmospheric Pressure Optimizing that promises optimal sound quality while at high-altitudes on planes.
Also with “Quick Attention”, you can instantly silence the music listening experience without having to take off your the headphones.
The WH-1000xM2 also promise all day power with 30 hours of battery life and quick charge capability boasting up to 70 minutes of play right after just 10 minutes of chargng.
Paired with Sony’s app, these headphones sound like a must have peripheral for the person who is always on-the-go but also for the casual music listener. New Yorkers could definitely use these bad boys in their lives at all times.
Sony’s WH-1000xM2 offically hits the shelves September 2017 at authorized Sony dealers nationwide. These make for the perfect gift for that person in your life who is always on the move and needs a good pair wireless headphones in their life.
Will you be copping a pair?
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