Sony WF-C500 & Sony WH-XB910N Launches In Malaysia
The folks at Sony Malaysia has recently announce the latest addition of their wireless headphones with the Sony WF-C500 and Sony WH-XB910N.
Sony WF-C500 & Sony WH-XB910N
The Sony WF-C500 is the company’s latest TWS earbuds where it comes with DSEE (Digital Sound Enhancement Engine) which should deliver better audio quality.
There’s the Equalizer setting that you can use on the Sony Headphones Connect app to fine tune the audio to your liking. They’ve said that the earbuds can fit securely in your ears comfortably thanks to their rounded shape.
In case you need it, Google Assistant or Siri is available as voice assistant. With it you can get directions, play music, and send messages, as well as hands-free calling sessions.
As for battery life, it’s slated to last up to 10 hours and with the charging case, you can enjoy 20 hours in total. The earbuds are IPX4 water resistance rated, so all those worries about splashes and sweat aren’t an issue.
Then there’s the WH-XB910N overhead headphones, which comes with punchy EXTRA BASS and improved noise cancelling, at least that’s what Sony has claimed. A dedicated bass duct on the headphone housing and increased air-tightness between the driver units and eardrums help to create precise rhythms.
It comes with Dual Noise Sensor technology, taking digital noise cancelling to the next level when you need it. It also supports DSEE and features two built-in microphones.
Aside from that, its Adaptive Sound Control senses where you are and what you’re doing, where it then adjusts the ambient sound settings accordingly.
Voice assistant is also available here and as for battery life, it is said to last up to 30 hours. You can get up to 4.5 hours of playback by just 10-minute of charging with its optional AC adapter.
In terms of design, they come with oval-shaped earpads that’s made out of synthetic leather and urethane materials. They are also able to swivel inwards to put back into its carry case.
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Pokdepinion: A lot of good things have been said about their wireless audio products but to be frank, I’ve never actually used them. Fair price for both of them? What do you think?