Recently, Sony has quietly introduced a new series of wireless headphones: WH-1000XM3 and WH-XB900N. With a design reminiscent of the MDR-1000X, the material is rough plastic as on the WH-XB700, with Extrabass technology, which is very suitable for young people who want to swing the roof in their own space without mixing outside noise.
The Sony WH-XB900N wireless noise cancelling headphones will not inherit the anti-noise chip from Sony’s flagship line, but will instead have the technology that is more affordable. The WH-XB900N will also not support the pressure-balancing technology on both sides of the ear when flying so the noise-proof performance will not be as well as its high-end line.
Although there is no technology like on the high-end line, WH-XB900N will have a battery life of up to 30 hours and a Type-C charging port that allows fast charging like XB700, which supports NFC and Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity. A touch surface on the side allows for high-end flagship controls. It will also have a custom button to support voice assistants like Alexa or Google Assistant.
Sony WH-XB900N will be suitable for bass lovers as well as need for music without noise. Just like the $250 price offered by Sony is suitable for people who don’t want to spend a lot more than $300 to buy new wireless noise cancelling headphones. Sony will officially launch this product in late June.