Sony is giving consumers more choices with the launch of its latest headphones — the WH-CH720N for audiophiles who prefer their headphones over ears and the WH-CH520 for those who like on ears.
Using synthetic leather and urethane materials, the ear pad structure feels comfortable to the ears, especially since these latest Sony headphones are designed to be lightweight with the WH-CH720N weighing only 192g and the .
Sony designed both models with the Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE) to produce high-quality sound. The headphones are also built with a Multipoint connection for easy connectivity between devices. Sony’s Digital Sound Enhancement Engine restores the high-frequency elements usually lost when original music is compressed.
WH-CH720N over-ear headphones (P7,999)
Leveraging Sony’s Integrated Processor V1 chip, which eliminates external sound, the company incorporated Dual Noise Sensor technology to achieve a true noise-canceling feature. The Dual Noise Sensor technology also enables the headphones to capture ambient sound. The WH-CH720N also features two microphones in each earcup.
WH-CH520 on-ear headphones (P3,299)
The WH-CH520 provides easy hands-free calling with the buttons placed on the earcup. Built-in high-quality microphones and noise suppression processing mean the WH-CH520 collects sound and reduces ambient noise during calls so you can make clear calls even in noisy environments.
The on-ear WH-CH520 wireless headphones provide up to 50 hours of battery life with all-day comfort and enhanced call performance to meet the demands of your day.
The Sony | Headphones Connect app enables users to adjust the ambient sound across 20 different levels. The app also allows audiophiles to tailor the sound using the Equaliser
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