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Sony WI-1000XM2 Wireless Noise Cancelling In-ear Headphones With QN1 chip launched at IFA 2019

Along with the NW-ZX507 Walkman, Sony has also announced the WI-1000XM2 Wireless Noise Cancelling In-ear Headphones. This is an upgraded version of WI-1000X that was launched two years ago with noise-canceling QN1 chip, 32-bit DSP audio processor with 10 hours of battery life and a new soft more comfortable neckband design. The expected price of Sony WI-1000XM2 will be EUR 330 and will be officially sold in January 2020.

The most recognizable feature of WI-1000XM2 is that the design has been greatly changed. From the soft, flexible silicone neckband that folds down and weighs just 85g, the housing also features a new design for a comfortable wearing feel.

The Sony WI-1000XM2 product uses the high-end QN1 chip similar to the WH-1000XM3 model along with the Dual Noise Sensor to help noise and pressure on the outside and inside the ear canal. Especially, WI-1000XM2 is also equipped with the same Atmospheric Pressure Optimizing technology similar to WH-1000XM3 to help balance the pressure and type of noises.

In addition to being a noise-canceling processor, the QN1 is also equipped with an integrated DAC / Amp and advanced 32-bit digital signal processor for improved audio quality. The HD Hybrid Driver system is similar to the previous generation, including a 9mm diameter dynamic driver and a Balanced Armature driver.

Up to 10 hours of battery life for continuous use with the USB Type-C charging port. In ear Headphones is also capable of Quick Charge with 10 minutes of charging, you can use up to 80 minutes. This Sony In-ear Headphones is still equipped with many familiar technologies such as Adaptive Sound Control, intelligent noise-canceling technology, DSSE HX signal technology, Google Assistant and Alexa supports. Supported codecs include SBC, AAC, and LDAC.

The control unit and microphone section are adjusted in the middle of the left cord for easy listening, control, and improved recording quality.
The product comes with a USB-C cable, a 3.5mm cable to use a wired connection, an airplane jack and a high-end headset bag.


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