Sony announces new WH-XB910N headset with noise reduction and lower price
Recently, Sony has officially announced a new headset called the WH-XB910N, which has been slightly redesigned to look more like its flagship WH-1000XM4. However, the new WH-XB910N still comes with a number of key features, but some features have been removed to help keep the price slightly lower.
The full name of the new wireless headphones above is WH-XB910N EXTRA BASS Wireless Noise Canceling Over-The-Ear Headphones, but for convenience we only call its front name. The most important feature of the WH-XB910N is the external noise suppression function, along with the microphone that can help suppress the noise, the call function when connected to the phone, as well as still have Amazon Alexa or Google Assistance voice assistance. Comes the same.
The headset comes equipped with 40mm drivers with technology that helps keep low-frequency sound in high quality with good bass levels. Both headphones come with the same noise-canceling microphone, so it will improve the noise-canceling quality of the WH-XB910N even more.
The headset also comes with Quick Attention Mode, a feature that automatically mutes and mutes the user when you place your hand on the right side of the headset, making it easier for the user to talk. To someone or to hear something outside. Its battery life is claimed by Sony to be up to 30 hours on a full charge with built-in noise canceling, and for just 10 minutes, it can last up to 4.5 hours.
In addition, the WH-XB910N also features Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE) technology, which allows users to connect to other devices via the same 3.5mm cable. The bottom line is that it can also be connected to two devices at the same time, and there are three color options: black, gray and blue.
Meanwhile, Sony is open to anyone interested in pre-ordering with a price in the US market of 1 million riel or $ 250.