Sony WH-XB910N Wireless On-Ear Headphones feature noise canceling

Simultaneously with the WF-C500 in-ear headphones, Sony has introduced another wireless model - the WH-XB910N. These are closed-back headphones classified as on-ear headphones.

Among the advantages of the WH-XB910N, the manufacturer refers to the noise reduction function and the EXTRA BASS function for impressively deep sound. The desired effect is achieved by the presence of a dedicated channel for low frequencies and improved compaction between the speakers and eardrums. " The diameter of the emitters is 25 mm. The frequency range is indicated in the specifications as 5-40,000 Hz. In terms of this noise-canceling feature, the WH-XB910N's dual noise sensor technology is said to take digital noise canceling to the next level. Dual microphone configuration with advanced audio processing improves voice quality.

By using two forward and backward microphones, you can adjust the penetration of ambient sounds in the Sony | Headphones Connect. In the same application, users can adjust the sound using the equalizer. The WH-XB910N headphones use DSEE (Digital Sound Enhancement Engine) technology to restore higher quality sound than the original recording.

An interesting feature is the adaptive audio control feature, which detects where users are and what they are doing, and adjusts parameters accordingly. Adaptive Sound Control even learns to recognize places that the user frequently visits and adapts the sound to suit that environment. The result is consistently high quality whether the user is in a crowd or alone in a quiet room.

The earbuds provide up to 30 hours of battery life. Plus, a 10-minute quick charge gives you up to 4.5 hours of extra playtime. You can navigate through tracks, change the volume, receive or make calls using the touch control. The touch panel is located on the side of the headphones.  

The WH-XB910N headphones are equipped with a Bluetooth 5.0 interface. The list of supported profiles includes A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, and HSP, while the list of supported codecs includes LDAC, AAC, and SBC. The earbuds can be paired with two Bluetooth devices at the same time. When you answer a call, the headphones know which device is ringing and automatically connect to it. To make it easier and faster to connect to other devices, the headphones support Google Fast Pair, which allows you to connect your headphones to Android devices with one touch, and Swift Pair, which allows you to connect to a Windows 10 computer. The WH-XB910N headphones are compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa.

The WH-XB910N has a suggested retail price of $ 250. The headphones are available in black, blue and gray colors.

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