When it arrives to listening to thumping EDM and hip hop tunes, Sony’s Further Bass array of headphones definitely provide the items on the bass section, even if they are lacking to some degree in other places when when compared to the reigning headphones champ, Sony WH-1000XM3.
Now, Sony’s wanting to bridge the hole amongst its bass-hefty headphones and the aforementioned award-successful cans, asserting a new addition to its Added Bass variety with the Sony WH-XB900N.
The new headphones carry Sony’s celebrated wi-fi sounds cancelling features to its Added Bass array, together with some of the Sony WH-1000XM3‘s other functions, such as swipe-based controls and the amazing ‘quick attention’ characteristic, which promptly lowers your music’s volume and will allow outdoors sounds when the suitable cup is lined by hand.
Boasting a 30-hour battery life, the WH-XB900N are also optimised for use with smartphone assistants like Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Siri.
Offered from August in Australia (United kingdom and US facts envisioned to get there shortly) in blue and black coloration alternatives, Sony’s WH-XB900N will be priced at AU$399.95 (about $277 / £218).